Telephone operated remote control using PIC16F84A microcontroller

Posted on Feb 5, 2014

You can test the board now. For example set the DIP switch to Switch1 ON, Switch2 OFF (15 sec delay) & switch3 ON, switch4 OFF (4 rings to activate half for switching ON). If you want to switch ON relay 1 (connected to RB0 of main circuit) then you have to do the following: IMPORTANT: This circuit has been tested by me and found to work correct

Telephone operated remote control using PIC16F84A microcontroller
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ly. I cannot guarantee that the circuit will work at your end since it depends on error free construction and usage. Please do not contact for any support and requests, any such requests will not be entertained. Disclaimer: All the information present on this site are for personal use only. No commercial use is permitted without the prior permission from authors of this website. All content on this site is provided as is and without any guarantee on any kind, implied or otherwise. We cannot be held responsible for any errors, omissions, or damages arising out of use of information available on this web site. The content in this site may contain COPYRIGHTED information and should not be reproduced in any way without prior permission from the authors.

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