Power supply that convert 230 down to 5 V or 3.3 V, what ever the micro you choose to work with. A RTC, Real Time lock, chip or software. Most any microprocessor will work. Arduino is friendly for first timers.I want to build a project. according to the given programmed time, the circuit must accept 230v supply to power the appliance. how to design it?
Well you are in the right place to get a start. If I gave you a schematic could you build from that? Is a microcontroller design needed? A simple function as this really doesn't need it.I want to show prototype as it was for the first time. So any output like an electric rice cooker/washing machine/tube light/or a fan. I want to control home appliances like e few mentioned above. So if I switch on a fan and set a timer for that,,at just that it must switches off. So in this way i want to build the circuit. So i need programming and components.
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