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YN5101 (electric fan) infrared remote control coding circuit

Published:2011/8/1 9:06:00 Author:TaoXi | Keyword: electric fan, infrared, remote control, coding circuit

YN5101 (electric fan) infrared remote control coding circuit
YN5101 (electric fan) infrared remote control coding circuit
YN5101 (electric fan) infrared remote control coding circuit

Features It uses the CMOS technology.The 8-channel remote control output/input interface.The drive capability is strong, it can drive the transistor directly.The transmitter port produces the 38kHz carrier wave directly.The matching model is YN5201.   (View)

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Remote_control_of_ac_voltage

Published:2009/7/22 3:12:00 Author:Jessie

Remote_control_of_ac_voltage
This circuit shows an MOC3011 optoisolator used for remote control of ac voltages. Local building codes frequently require that all 115-V light-switch wiring be enclosed in conduit. With this circuit, it is possible to control a large lighting load from a long distance through low-voltage (5 V) signal wiring, which is completely isolated from the ac line. Such wiring usually is not required to be in conduit, so the cost savings (especially in large commercial or residential build-ings) can be considerable. Although a lighting load is shown, the load can be a motor, fan, pool pump, etc.   (View)

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TIME_CONSTANT_DETECTOR_FOR_TV_CONTROL

Published:2009/7/23 1:33:00 Author:Jessie

TIME_CONSTANT_DETECTOR_FOR_TV_CONTROL
Produces output pulse whose width is proportional to time constant of exponentially damped ultrasonic signal, in range of 0.1 to 0.5 sec, independent of input amplitude.-K. R. Cross and R. O. Whitaker, Time-Constant Detectors Control Tv Sets, Electronics, 32:36, p 62-67.   (View)

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TRANSMITTER_CONTROL_FOR_DRONE

Published:2009/7/22 20:45:00 Author:Jessie

TRANSMITTER_CONTROL_FOR_DRONE
Pulse repetition rate and pulse symmetry control servos that drive rudder and elevator. Pulses modulate transmitter carrier, which is picked up and detected by super regenerative receiver in target drone.-G. B. Herzog, Transistors Simplify Control of Target Drone, Electronics, 32:18, p 52-54.   (View)

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THREE_TONE_H_F_CONTROLS_TRANSMITTER_

Published:2009/7/22 21:24:00 Author:Jessie

THREE_TONE_H_F_CONTROLS_TRANSMITTER_
Tone-modulated ground transmitter can be tone-modulated by three different tones, each corresponding to a particular reed of receiving relay and balloon. Consists of three stable audio oscillators (between 200 and 500 cps) and low-power crystal-controlled transmitter in h-f band between 3 and 18 Mc.-R. W. Frykman, Radio Command Set for High. Altitude Balloons, Electronics, 33:35, p 54-55.   (View)

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MILLER_SUPERREGENERATIVE_RECEIVER_

Published:2009/7/22 21:23:00 Author:Jessie

MILLER_SUPERREGENERATIVE_RECEIVER_
Well-known in model-control field for its reliability. With self-quenching, optimum performance is obtained when receiver is in weak oscillatory slate and incoming signal causes oscillation every third quench cycle. Provides large decrease in plate current when signal arrives.-S. J. Neshyba and F. E. Brooks, Jr., Stable Receiving Circuits for Remote Control, Electronics, 31:31, p 74-76.   (View)

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UJT_TD_GARAGE_DOOR_CONTROL_TRANSMIT_TER

Published:2009/7/22 21:23:00 Author:Jessie

UJT_TD_GARAGE_DOOR_CONTROL_TRANSMIT_TER
Unijunction tone oscillator modulates 27.255-Mc crystal-controlled tunnel-diode oscillator. Has adequate range for remote control of toys, window displays, garage doors, etc. When voice-modulated, can be used for short-range communication, as in shopping centers and bowling alleys, - Transistor Manual, Seventh Edition, General Electric Co., 1964, p 355.   (View)

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POLARITY_SENSING_ON_OFF_CONTROL

Published:2009/7/22 21:21:00 Author:Jessie

POLARITY_SENSING_ON_OFF_CONTROL
Remote switching circuits are sensitive to positive and negative inputs, thereby doubling number of control channels available from commutating switches of remote control sys tem for robot that performs jobs in danger ous radioactive areas. All functions requiring independent operation are connected to positive input circuits only.-D. A Campbell, Multiplex Circuits for Control of a Robot, Electronics, 33:4, p 46-48.   (View)

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RECTANGULAR_WAVEFORM_GENERATOR

Published:2009/7/22 21:17:00 Author:Jessie

RECTANGULAR_WAVEFORM_GENERATOR
Povides variable frequency and symmetry without interaction of functions. Supply voltage can be -15 to -45 V. Frequency range is variable from 60 cps to 7 kc. Con be used to modulate small transmitter for remote control purposes.-L. E. Spadt, Rectangular Wove. form Generator, EEE, 10:6, p 33-34.   (View)

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27255_MC_CONTROL_TRANSMITTER

Published:2009/7/22 21:05:00 Author:Jessie

27255_MC_CONTROL_TRANSMITTER
Free-running multivibrator keys power amplifier Q4 at audio role. Range is about 1 mile C6 tunes collector of oscillator to crystal frequency.-Texas lnstruments Inc., Transistor Circuit Design, McGraw-Hill, N.Y., 1963, p 361.   (View)

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735_MC_CRYSTAL_CONTROLLED_TUNNEL_DIODE_TRANSMITTER

Published:2009/7/22 21:04:00 Author:Jessie

735_MC_CRYSTAL_CONTROLLED_TUNNEL_DIODE_TRANSMITTER
Self-modulated low-power oscillator for remote-controlled toys, trains, and garage doors can also be voice-modulated. Range is about 200 yards, and battery drain is 18 ma.-E. Gottlieb and J.Giorgis, Tunnel Diodes-Using Them as Sinusoidal Generators, Electronics, 36:24, p 36-42.   (View)

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LINE_CURRENT_IV_CONTROL_RECEIVER

Published:2009/7/22 21:03:00 Author:Jessie

LINE_CURRENT_IV_CONTROL_RECEIVER
Can be considered as two separate receivers, one detecting unmodulated power-line carrier for channel selection, the other detecting hoth modulated and unmodulated carriers for sound-muting relay. Four individually tuned frequencies (52.5, 57.5, 67.5, und 73.5 kc) ate selectable by switching additional capacitors across that for highest frequency.-J. R. Banker and C. H. Wood, Jr., Line Current Controls Remote Tv Receiver, Electronics, 31:33, p 68-69.   (View)

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EIGHT_COMMAND_RECEIVER

Published:2009/7/22 20:53:00 Author:Jessie

EIGHT_COMMAND_RECEIVER
Ttransistorized superheterodyne with crystal-controlled local oscillator energizes eight-reed relay, with each reed activating own transistor switch. Reeds are tuned to different frequencies between 250 and 500 cps.-R. A Baker, Rcdio-Controlled Tank for Realistic Combat Training, Electronics, 33:45, p 55-57,   (View)

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DRONE_RECEIVER

Published:2009/7/22 20:52:00 Author:Jessie

DRONE_RECEIVER
Signal from ground transmitter is received by logarithmic mode (self-quenching) superregenerative receiver. Clipper Q2 limits signal to constant level. Combinations of prr and pulse symmetry alter positions of rudder and elevator motors. Engine speed, transmitted by momentarily interrupted modulation, acts on Q17.Q18.-G. B. Herzog, Transistors Simplify Control of Target Drone, Electronics, 32:18, p 52-54.   (View)

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460_MC_F_M_COMMAND_RECEIVER

Published:2009/7/22 20:48:00 Author:Jessie

460_MC_F_M_COMMAND_RECEIVER
Transistorized double-conversion f-m superhet, tunable by crystal substitution in 457-462-Mc band, has 6-microvolt sensitivity for 20 db of noise quieting. Camera start and timing pulses are amplitude-modulated onto 3.5 and 12-kc carriers. After signal is detected, subcarriers are separated and pulses ore re constituted by decoder. Start pulses operate camera relays, and timing pulses lash neon lamps.-F. M. Gardner and L. R. Hawn, Camera Control System for Rocket Sled Tests, Electronics, 33:14, p 63-65.   (View)

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Multi-channel remote control circuit diagram

Published:2011/4/8 3:03:00 Author:Rebekka | Keyword: multi-channel remote control

Multi-channel remote control circuit diagram
Multi-channel remote control circuit diagram

Multi-channel remote control transmitter circuit diagram(MC145026 is a digital encoder): Multi-channel remote control receiver circuit diagramCD4514BCD is a 4-16 line decoder):   (View)

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COMMUTATOR_SYNCHRONIZER

Published:2009/7/23 21:36:00 Author:Jessie

COMMUTATOR_SYNCHRONIZER
Automatic synchronizing circuit consists of motor interrupter and synchronism-sensing circuit. Commutator drive motor at control transmitter is interrupted until it syncs with commutator drive motor in robot that performs jobs in dangerous radioactive areas. Each interrupt makes motor drop bock 90°, so that only up to three interruptions are required to achieve synchronism.-D. A. Campbell, Multiplex Circuits for Control of a Robot, Electronics, 33;4, p 46-48.   (View)

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EIGHT_COMMAND_TRANSMITTER

Published:2009/7/23 21:43:00 Author:Jessie

EIGHT_COMMAND_TRANSMITTER
Two lone channels can be transmitted simultaneously. Operates at 27 Mc with 0.25.w output, for controlling model tank-R. A. Baker, Radio-Controlled Tank for Realistic Combat Training, Electronics, 33:45, p 55-57.   (View)

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WIDEBAND_F_M_RADIO_CONTROL_LINK

Published:2009/7/23 21:39:00 Author:Jessie

WIDEBAND_F_M_RADIO_CONTROL_LINK
Covers 406 to 549 Mc. Used in missiles and missile-target aircraft to receive up to 20 tone channels and provide demodulated audio output to decoding equipment. Second through seventh i-f channels are essentially same as eighth.-T. L. Fischer, Wideband F.M Receiver for Remote Aircraft Control, Electronics, 33:40, p 85-87.   (View)

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FRANKLIN_SUPERREGENERATIVE_RECEIVER

Published:2009/7/23 21:42:00 Author:Jessie

FRANKLIN_SUPERREGENERATIVE_RECEIVER
Has low sensitivity to impulse noise, wide dynamic range, high gain, and flexibility, since quench oscillator components are at r-f potential and feedback adjustments more easily made. Oscillates at 27 Mc as modified Hartley with interelectrode capacitances tuned by L1, and also oscillates at 25-kc quench frequency. Provides large decrease in plate current when signal arrives.-S. J.Neshyba and F. E. Brooks, Jr., Stable Receiving Circuits for Remote Control, Electronics, 31:31, p 74-76.   (View)

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