Remote Operated Home Appliances

Here is the circuit diagram of Remote Operated Home Appliances or Remote controlled Home appliances. Connect this circuit to any of your home appliances (lamp, fan, radio, etc) to make the appliance turn on/off from a TV, VCD, VCR, Air Conditioner or DVD remote control. The circuit can be activated from up to 10 meters. It is very easy to build and can be assembled on a vero board or a general-purpose PCB.

Circuit Diagram

Remote Operated Home Appliances

The 38kHz infrared rays generated by the remote control are received by IR receiver module TSOP1738 of the circuit. Pin 1 of TSOP1738 is connected to ground, pin 2 is connected to the power supply through R5 and the output is taken from pin 3. The output signal is amplified by Q1. The amplified signal is fed to clock pin 14 of decade counter IC CD4017 (IC1). Pin 8 of IC1 is grounded, pin 16 is connected to vcc and pin 3 is connected to D2 (Red LED), which glows to indicate that the appliance is ‘off.’ The output of IC1 is taken from its pin 2. D3 connected to pin 2 is used to indicate the ‘on’ state of the appliance. Q2 connected to pin 2 of IC1 drives relay RL1. D1 acts as a freewheeling diode. The appliance to be controlled is connected between the pole of the relay and neutral terminal of mains. It gets connected to live terminal of AC mains via normally opened (N/O) contact when the relay energizes. If you want to operate a DC 12 volt relay then use a regulated DC 12 volt power supply for DC 12 volt Relay and remember that the circuit voltage not be exceeded more than DC 5 volts.


 R1 = 220K
 R2 = 330 Ohm
 R3 = 1K
 R4 = 330 Ohm
 R5 = 47 Ohm
 C1 = 100uF-16V 
 C2 = 100nF-63V 
 C3 = 470uF-16V 
 D1 = 1N4007
 D2 = Red LED 
 D3 = Green LED 
 Q1 = BC558
 Q2 = BC548
 IR = TSOP1738 
IC1 = CD4017 
RL1 = Relay 5V DC

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