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Arduino-IRremote

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Arduino-IRremote - Infrared remote library for Arduino: send and receive infrared signals with multiple protocols...

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Reverse engineering the Panasonic AC Infrared protocol

Reverse engineering the Panasonic AC Infrared protocol | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
Two of our users in France collaborated to reverse engineer one of the more challenging Panasonic AC Infrared protocols using AnalysIR.
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Not only did they identify the codes & checksum but also provided some impressive documentation and full source code to help others. Detailed information is available via GitHub which is linked below. This 216 data bit Panasonic AC Infrared protocol is composed of two consecutive frames. The first frame remains constant for every command sent to the AC unit. In common with most AC units the complete configuration is sent with every IR signal (temperature, fan, swing etc…). AnalysIR was used to record and turn the signal into HEX/Binary format from which the reverse engineering of the individual fields was tackled.

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SPIN remote - An entire smart home at your fingertips.

SPIN remote - An entire smart home at your fingertips. | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
How many buttons do you use? Meet SPIN remote, the remote control revolutionized. Works with what you got, ready for what you want.
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Interesting IR remote control  project currently on Kickstarter...Nest-esque

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Video: AnalysIR Demo Batch Infrared Decoding

Here we show a screen capture demonstration of the Batch Infrared Decoding feature of AnalysIR. Included are signals from Panasonic, Vestel, Fujitsu, Daikin
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http://youtu.be/NzhN5zS8Nqk

 

Batch Infrared Decoding can speed up signal decoding for imported data sets or when changing decoding tolerances. Currently, AnalysIR supports over 40 Infrared Protocols, but you can analyse 99.99% of protocols with AnalysIR.

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Controlling Chigo Air Conditioner via Infrared from smart phone - AnalysIR Blog

Controlling Chigo Air Conditioner via Infrared from smart phone - AnalysIR Blog | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it

Anyone who has tried controlling an Air Conditioner unit using an Arduino, USB IR Toy, RPi or MCU will know how difficult it can be to record the longer infrared signals they use ....

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MightyRC turns smartphones into universal remotes for household appliances | GizMag.com

MightyRC turns smartphones into universal remotes for household appliances | GizMag.com | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it

Having already replaced standalone cameras for many people, the smartphone also has the humble remote control in its sights. MightyRC is the latest in a line of products looking to reduce remote control clutter in the environment where they have multiplied the most over the years – the living room. It allows all appliances compatible with infrared remotes to be controlled via a single app on a smartphone or tablet.

 

The MightyRC system is made up of a box measuring 80 x 80 x 18 mm (3.1 x 3.1 x 0.7 in) and a companion smartphone app. Commands are entered in the app and transmitted to the box over Bluetooth 4.0, provided the smartphone is within 100 ft (30 m) range. The box then relays these commands to the various appliances using an infrared transmitter. The company claims the IR transmitter is good to a range of around 6 m (20 ft), and is so powerful that appliances won't necessarily need to be in the box's line of sight – although don't go expecting the infrared beams to travel through walls. The device also has an infrared receiver, which allows it to learn from existing remotes.

 

Naming each of your devices in the app will allow the MightyRC to differentiate between the them. Further to channeling the controls of these different appliances into the one interface, MightyRC also features a nifty "Activation" function. This feature allows users to program a one-touch control to activate preset functions across different devices. So you could, in theory, setup an activation called "King of Westeros" allowing you to switch on your television, switch the cable box to the correct channel, and turn on the surround sound system with just one click in time for the latest episode of Game of Thrones.

 

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'Silver bullet' - the Oscilloscope Infrared Receiver - AnalysIR Blog

'Silver bullet' - the Oscilloscope Infrared Receiver - AnalysIR Blog | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
Oscilloscope infrared receiver - using a standard IR Led soldered to a BNC and plugged directly into a spare channel of the Oscilloscope as an IR receiver.
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A while ago we came across a website on infrared remote controls which suggested a simple way to view IR signals using an Oscilloscope. The idea is to use a standard IR Led mounted into a BNC/RCA plug using a spare channel  making an Oscilloscope infrared receiver. So we set about ordering the connectors, which arrived in the post today. Another way of looking at this device is as a ‘poor-mans’ IR receiver, but if you have an Oscilloscope to plug it into then maybe you are not so poor after all.

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USB IR Toy – Infrared Modulation frequency review - AnalysIR Blog

USB IR Toy – Infrared Modulation frequency review - AnalysIR Blog | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it

Since introducing support into AnalysIR for the USB IR Toy we haven’t played too much with setting the different infrared modulation frequencies. After reading some mixed experiences on the Dangerous Prototypes forum we decided to put it to the test. So to start off we implemented a feature in AnalysIR to set the modulation frequency and to default to 38kHz at start up.

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to read more visit our blog...

 

http://www.analysir.com/blog/2014/01/10/usb-ir-toy-infrared-modulation-frequency-review/

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Air Conditioner Record long Infrared Remote control signals - Arduino

Air Conditioner Record long Infrared Remote control signals - Arduino | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
Recently we have been helping several members on the Arduino forum to record and playback their remote control signals from their Air Conditioners.
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..... These signals are typically much longer than those of TVs or common media devices. The 2 most popular libraries for Arduino, IRremote & IRlib are excellent, but have some limitations which we have covered in a previous post. In this post we address one particular issue that is proving challenging to users.

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Overview | Using an IR Remote with a Raspberry Pi Media Center | Adafruit Learning System

Overview | Using an IR Remote with a Raspberry Pi Media Center | Adafruit Learning System | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
TSOP38238 IR receiver & #RaspberryPi confirm my TV remote itself is broken (hope TV’s IR sensor is fine) HT @adafruit
http://t.co/OYO8ZglaH2

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Tutorial: Arduino IR sender and receiver

Tutorial: Arduino IR sender and receiver | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
On this tutorial, we will show how to implement an IR sender and receiver with Arduino. To do this, you will need 2x Arduinos, 1x IR emitter, 1x IR receiver,…

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IR Receiver Module Tester

Here is a tester for on-board testing of IR receiver modules used for remote control of TV sets and VCD players. The circuit is very simple and can also function as a remote tester.

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AnalysIR, Raspberry Pi & LIRC serve-up Infrared Remote Control

AnalysIR, Raspberry Pi & LIRC serve-up Infrared Remote Control | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
Decoding Airconditioner Infrared remote control using AnalysIR, Raspberry Pi & LIRC
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We have been intending to add support for LIRC into AnalysIR for a long time. Recently one of our enthusiastic users, working on his Raspberry PI,  needed some help getting Air conditioner signals from his ‘Air Conditioner’ infrared remote control decoded. His preference was for a LIRC based approach as he already had this working for his TV via his RPi using a cool web based interface from his smart phone.

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Testing AnalysIR with custom PCBs

Testing AnalysIR with custom PCBs | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
Here are some photos we captured, of a sample of our MCU test rigs and custom PCB for AnalysIR. The photo above shows some of our test setup for Arduino, Raspberry Pi, TI MSP430 LaunchPad and the (...
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Infrared receiver showdown - TSOP34438 vs VS1838B

Infrared receiver showdown - TSOP34438 vs VS1838B | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
we decided to put 2 of the more common 38kHz receivers, TSOP34438 vs VS1838B, 'head-to-head'
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Having helped many makers resolve problems with Infrared remote control projects over on the Arduino forum, we decided to put 2 of the more common 38kHz receivers, TSOP34438 vs VS1838B,  'head-to-head' . For more details visit:

www.analysir.com/blog/2014/12/08/infrared-receiver-showdown-tsop34438-vs-vs1838b-winner-revealed/

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Driving an Infrared Led directly from an Arduino Pin

Driving an Infrared Led directly from an Arduino Pin | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
A common question asked on forums is one about "Driving an Infrared Led directly from an Arduino pin". Often there is a debate if a resistor is required...
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Although the answer may be obvious to anyone with at least a basic knowledge of Ohm’s Law, many are confused about how to choose a resistor value for optimum performance. Often, there is a debate about whether a resistor is required at all, given that the AVR pins are rated to deliver an absolute maximum of 40mA on a pin. (Note: All of the quoted specs in the data sheet are for test conditions of up to 20mA on a pin). Of course there are better ways of drive an IR LED with a transistor circuit or even a constant current circuit. However, in this post we consider only the direct drive circuit, as illustrated in the diagram down below. Make sure to read the caveats at the end of this post.

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AnalysIR now decodes 40 Infrared Protocols - AnalysIR Blog

AnalysIR now decodes 40 Infrared Protocols - AnalysIR Blog | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
AnalysIR now decodes 40 Infrared protocols.
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We have been updating the AnalysIR documentation for the upcoming 1.0 release and realised that AnalysIR now decodes 40 Infrared protocols. Wow!. Along with the most common TV & media remotes controls there are 14 Air Conditioner protocols included. The full set of protocols is included with the latest ‘dev’ release, which is available to all current & new owners of AnalysIR (less the aforementioned documentation) in advance of the  pending 1.0 release. The 1.0 release will incorporate over 170 new features, updates and fixes compared to the initial release and also supports our new IR Learner which will be launched along with a range of Infrared kits in the coming months.

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Arduino Infrared Learning Processor Board Set

Arduino Infrared Learning Processor Board Set | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
Geeky gadgets Arduino Infrared Learning Processor Board Set (video) Geeky gadgets Developers, makers and hobbyists that enjoy making projects using the Arduino platform might be interested in a new Arduino compatible infrared learning processor...

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Poor maker's Infrared receiver #2 - AnalysIR Blog

Poor maker's Infrared receiver #2 - AnalysIR Blog | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
Make your own infrared receiver with two resitors, an IR Led and Arduino
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Our recent post about the silver bullet IR receiver proved very popular and we promised that we would follow-up with another variant of the poor maker’s Infrared receiver. This time we are using an IR Led (emitter), 2 resistors and any standard Arduino. You will also need to download the Arduino code provided below, compile and upload it. One of the most common problems encountered when trying to decode IR signals is that makers don’t always have the appropriate IR receiver for the job in hand or have to wait for one to be delivered by mail. Here we present an affordable method to allow you to use any IR emitter (LED) as a receiver and as a bonus we are publishing the Arduino code to make it all work.

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Infrared Receivers - signal lag and distortion - AnalysIR Blog

Infrared Receivers - signal lag and distortion - AnalysIR Blog | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it

A review of timing distortions in Infrared Receivers

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Many electronics enthusiasts will be familiar with how Infrared receivers demodulate IR signals. In this post we show a visualisation of the time lag and distortion of the signals as they pass through the IR receiver for demodulation and noise filtering.  Most DIY projects use the raw timings from the IR receiver to decode individual signals. However, not many will be aware that IR receivers can distort the signal timings by significant amounts. Fortunately, common IR decoders take this into account and compensate for timing distortions introduced by infrared demodulators / receivers.

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Arduino 10 common pitfalls with Infrared Remote Control, AnalysIR blog

Arduino 10 common pitfalls with Infrared Remote Control, AnalysIR blog | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
Over the last few months we have been answering questions about Infrared remote control projects. So we decided to list off our 'Top 10'.
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http://www.analysir.com/blog/2014/03/05/arduino-10-common-pitfalls-infrared-remote-control/

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Control your home theater from anywhere in the world

Control your home theater from anywhere in the world | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it

Using IR repeaters for larger home theater setups is not uncommon, but they usually are quite simple. A series of IR receivers ...


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Microcontroller Projects: NEC Protocol IR (Infrared) Remote Control With a Microcontroller

Microcontroller Projects: NEC Protocol IR (Infrared) Remote Control With a Microcontroller | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it

This little project will demonstrate how you can build NEC protocol based Infrared Remote Control to use with various NEC Protocol IR receivers.


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Arduino - tv remote and IR receiver

Arduino UNO remotely switching on led's and fan with tv remote and an IR receiver using IRremote library. you can download the library here from Ken Shirriff...

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Latest 'New Year' release of AnalysIR with full support for USB IR Toy and more. - AnalysIR Blog

Latest 'New Year' release of AnalysIR with full support for USB IR Toy and more. - AnalysIR Blog | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
Dublin, Ireland – 31st January 2014. We are happy to announce the latest ‘New Year’ release of AnalysIR to all our backers & supporters. Since the completion of the crowd-funding campaign on Indiegogo we have added over 125 updates and enhancements to AnalysIR, with more to come. A major highlight of this release is full …
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A major highlight of this release is full AnalysIR support for USB IR Toy from Dangerous Prototypes (V1 & V2 hardware) for decoding and resending IR signals at all common modulation frequencies. In our opinion, AnalysIR is now the premier GUI supporting DP’s IR toy, not to mention the Arduino, RPi, MSP430 F5529 LaunchPad (beta)  and more. A selection of enhancements in this latest release, include...................

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Constant current infrared LED emitter circuit - AnalysIR Blog

Constant current infrared LED emitter circuit - AnalysIR Blog | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
Constant current infrared LED emitter circuit using diodes explained with examples
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