Remote control of home appliance circuit malfunctioning

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  1. fresh.vinod1500@gmail.com

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    Mar 12, 2014
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    Dear sir
    I made Remote control of home appliance circuit . circuit is attached. I am facing problem that relay is tripping after few minutes automatically. I have covered TSOP1738 by small paper so that it should not be disturbed by nearby IR rays. I connected 220V, 40W bulb with Common point and NC terminal of relay. My relay is 6V dc has coil resistance of 103 Ohm. i am using 7805 regulator for 5V dc supply for this circuit. My bulb is tripping ON and OFF automatically after every few minutes. I am unable to understand why this happening?

    Please help me to fix this problem as you are known to best in electronic circuit trouble shootings.

    Thanks

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  2. MrChips

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    I moved your post to its own new thread. Hijacking someone else's thread is frowned upon.

    Also it is not a good idea to use your email address as a screen name or to post your email address anywhere on the forum. It will invite a lot of spam.
     
  3. Dodgydave

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    short pin 14 to ground once the relay is on, this will eliminate any pulses from the sensor., also what is the power supply that you are using?
     
  4. fresh.vinod1500@gmail.com

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    i am using 5V DC supply

    i dont want do anything after giving supply to circuit

    I want to just turn on or off by remote only
     
  5. Alec_t

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    Your circuit is probably being triggered randomly by power-line noise. It is missing the recommended power line decoupling capacitor (4.7uF or greater) on pin 2 of the TSOP1738. I suspect that the schematic has an error and perhaps C1 +ve terminal should be connected to pin 2 rather than to pin 3?
     
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