Remote Controlled Fan light switch
Remote Controlled Fan light switch is very popular in the market also very demanded too. Besides these, the switch is very helpful for disabled persons and children too as there is no need to touch the switch physically. The switch can be operated far from 30ft on average depending on remote battery condition. Anyway, let me introduce one of my products here.
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The Remote Controlled Fan light switch is designed in 2 layer PCB. The circuit is well tested and designed as a product for long-life use. A compact sized form factor is maintained so that it can be fitted inside a combined box like this:
You can fit it in a blank front cover or any suitable covering.
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The complete circuit of Remote Controlled Fan light switch:
Remote Controlled Fan light switch features are listed below:
- Power capacity: 100watt/switch
- Fan dimmer: 0~9 step
- Light: 2 steps ON/OFF
- Memory: YES
- Input voltage range: 150~260V AC, 50Hz sine wave.
You can buy this PCB design (Gerber Files) for $14.99 only from here.
Many people want to make this project for themselves. But this is not an open-sourced project. It is a product. If you are interested and financially solvent, you should buy one for business. But if you really want to make one, here is a flow chart you can follow for programming:
Also, it’s not rocket science at all. I’ve posted two articles separately. One for Remote decoding and another for fan dimming. If you are clever enough you can combine those two into one to get a device like this remote switch. Only you need to learn about capacitor power supply from this article.
You can buy the hex file from here for $49.99 only from here.
Most of the articles posted in this blog are educational and many people have benefited from those. But everyone has a mouth to eat and somehow that has to be earned from their work in a valid way. Here some of the articles are posted on some products which need lots of effort. I think that effort should be paid a little.
That is why I’m requesting you if you are interested in this product kindly buy it rather than asking for free. Thank you.