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All-In-One Remote [Project]
posted July 4 2014 14:54.35 by spic0m




A handy project that can save you from the remote clutter usually laying around.

" Now you can have all the remotes of your house in a device that fits in your hand with Arduino, never fight for who has the TV remote again!

To make it you will need:

Arduino (I used a cheap copy of the arduino UNO).
LCD keypad shield, (I bought mine from dealextreme)
1x Infrared LED (standard ~940nm)
1x Infrared sensor.
A computer. (That can run the arduino compiler program)
Code for gathering signals
Main code

More information about infrared sensors and parts of the code can be found here, I recommend you to read it since it contains very interesting information about infrared signals and sensors and other interesting projects."


Read everything including the links for the codes here.


[Link: instructables]
 
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