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Hai everyone...I have problem with my Ultrasonic Radar project..

The problem is: 1)Motion detector cannot triggered relay.
                        2)When output from ultrasonic radar not connected to relay,the output voltage is almost 9v when
                        it detect motion.
                        3)When output from ultrasonic radar connected to relay,the output voltage is just 2 v when it detect
                         motion(not enough to triggered relay)

This circuit use a  pair of transistor BC547 as output to triggered relay.

How i  can increased the voltage when ultrasonic radar connected to relay..

Link to project

http://www.high-voltage-lab.com/247/ultrasonic-radar

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Are you still there and still interested, 89Panadol?

Most likely your relay has a coil with too low a resistance.  What type of relay is it and what is its coil resistance?  How much current does the coil draw if connected directly from your 12 volt supply to ground?  How does that compare with the maximum current rating of your darlington output stage transistors?

What is the current capability of your 12 volt power supply?  Is it capable of driving the relay coil directly?  Measure the 12 volt supply while the device is trying to close the relay to be sure it stays at 12 volts.

Your darlington output stage would have a current gain of at least 10,000, which is plenty for the drive current available from the 4093 gate via the 100K resistor.  The BC547/8 has a collector current rating of only 100ma which is OK for many small relays but not necessarily for a large relay with a low resistance coil.  But I would expect the transistor to fry if you tried to pull too much current.  Are both transistors still OK?  If TR2 burned out TR1 alone would probably lack sufficient gain to drive a low resistance relay coil.

Try a more sensitive relay, perhaps a solid-state-relay, depending upon what your load is.  And check your output transistors.

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