Thursday, October 22, 2009

AVR General Purpose Infrared Remote Control Receiver with RS232 Output

AVR General Purpose Infrared Remote Control ReceiverThis Infrared Remote Control Receiver can receive signals transmitted by an infrared remote control that uses the NEC protocol, or similar, with 32 bits of data. The received signal is converted to ASCII and sent on the RS232 protocol 19200bps, no parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit. The power is drawn directly from the serial port of your PC, as long as you activate the RTS and DTR lines, to test the circuit you can use the HyperTerminal program standard on Windows.

Download : Source Code and schematic

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