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IR Remote Control Station [Project]
posted November 29 2013 13:53.58 by spic0m




In this guide, Hazim Bitar will explain the making and operation of a simple Arduino-based IR Remote Control Station (IR Station) circuit that will be used to take commands from Android over Bluetooth then translate and send out corresponding IR remote control commands. You can use the IR Station to automate most IR remote controlled gadgets to turn gadgets on/off or to increase/decrease volume, brightness, speed and so on.



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