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Device Controlling through PC (Visual Basic)

Discussion in 'Doubts in My Projects' started by Binu, Jun 2, 2007.

  1. Binu

    Binu Administrator

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    This project describes a new economical solution of home light control systems. The presented home light control system can be used for different sophisticated home applications. The control system consists of a PC, and control circuitry and the electrical devices.
    The intelligent control software, which has been developed using high level graphical programming language (Visual Basic). A complete solution of a home control system is presented in this project. The home lights was fully controlled by the PC and the commands from the PC was done by the control circuit with help of the relays..
    Program: View attachment pc.zip
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    how could i get more details about this
  3. Binu

    Binu Administrator

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    what details d you want?

    J.Binu
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    What are the components used in this project?
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    I've already checked that, but the relay and the optocouplers don't have a value and component name (e.g. ULN2803)...

    Can you pls. give me the name and value of those? Thanks...
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    Okay... Thanks...

    Hmm... Is J1 a serial port? And can I change the lightbulbs into appliances? Does 100E means 100 ohms?

    Sorry for the questions.... I'm just a student...[xx(]
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    I've looked at the PCB layout, but there is a 1k mark and a rectangle with lines in the side similar to the resistors, is that also a resistor? and What are those small rectangle beside that drawing similar to the rectangle above the capacitor?

    I really have no idea what are those...
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