Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 3


The success accomplished in this project would not have been possible by timely help and guidance by many people. We wish to express our sincere gratitude to all those who have helped and guided us for the completion of the project.

At homes, there will be various appliances to be operated according to our requirements and also based on the devices constraints. For these purposes, a person should be employed to monitor the status of the loads. But there may be chances that the person may forget to operate these loads. And also it is not an easy task for a person to operate these loads manually as these loads run with high currents and high power consumption. This project gives the best solution for electrical power wastage. Also the manual operation is completely eliminated. This project does this application using wireless concept. One of wireless communication system is RF (Radio frequency) communication system as it is very cheap and very easy to implement. The loads like lights, motors, heaters, power controlling system and also current through the loads can be controlled in this project. We can control all loads at a time from one place (control room) without connecting any physical wire between loads and control room. IR remote acts as the transmitter in this project. When a button is pressed in the remote, the signal will be passed and received by the IR receiver TSOP Receiver. This signal is sent to the microcontroller which decodes the signal and performs the corresponding action in accordance with the button pressed in the remote. For example, if number 1 is pressed in the remote, the load will be switched on/off according to the user requirement. The other tasks will be performed in the similar fashion using IR.

1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 1.2 2. 2.1 2.2 3. Preamble of the Project Objective of the Project Problem Identification Previous Methods 1 1 2 3 6 7 8 8 9 10


THEORY AND DESIGN 3.1 About the project 3.2 Block diagram 3.3Hardware requirements 3.4Description of the block diagram 3.5About the microcontroller 3.6Block diagram of the microcontroller


DESIGN AND ASPECTS 4.1Design considerations for an embedded system 4.2Requirements for embedded systems 4.3Microcontroller interfacing 4.4Circuit diagram 26 26 27 29


ALGORITHM AND FLOWCHART 5.1Algorithm 5.2Flow chart 30 31


RESULTS 6.1Result 32


CONCLUSION AND FUTURE SCOPE 7.1Conclusion 7.2Future scope 33 33


APPENDIX 8.1AppendixA 8.2AppendixB 34 45


BIBLIOGRAPHY 9.1Websites 9.2References 48 48