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    This thyristor power control project is intended to manage the pace of an induction machine for example- fans, by bringing into play a ordinary Television remote. In domestic automatic appliances, ease of using the gadget remotely & controlling the pace of the fan is attained.

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    IR Remote Power Controller Block Diagram

    Thyristor Power Control with IR Remote

    An ordinary television remote launches coded infrared statistics to the control panel, which is then acknowledged by an IR antenna or sensor (at the recipient end) interfaced to a micro-controller which is of 8051 family. Each time the button of the TV remote is pressed it launches a particular coded statistics in infrared range. This coded statistics launched by the remote is carried out by the micro-controller to deliver postponed sacking pulses to the thyristor via optical separation.

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    The current to the load associated in sequence with the thyristor is managed based on the signals received. Also the sacking approach is exhibited on a 7-segment display. A lantern or lamp load shall be made available in position of a motor whose variable force displays the unstable power to the machine for pace control. A lamp or lantern is given in position of an induction motor for the purpose of displaying.

    Additionally the power controller project can be improvised by adding together more outputs from the micro-controller of 8051 family, supplying communicate drivers to turn ON/OFF the domestic loads accompanied by the pace control of the fan.

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    2 Responses to "IR Remote Thyristor Power Controller"

    1. can i have schema?
      Thanx b4.

    2. i want to know the circuit of zero cross detector. can you please provide me with the link of zero cross detector which you used above

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