Use Irdroino to replicate signals from your existing remote controls, assign actions for the tx and rx keys of the shieldDesigned by Irdroid, Ships from Bulgaria
What is it? Irdroino is a high quality infrared remote control shield for Arduino. Irdroino is powered by Irdroid’s experience in developing infrared products and it is an open source hardware proj...Read More…
Irdroino is a high quality infrared remote control shield for Arduino. Irdroino is powered by Irdroid’s experience in developing infrared products and it is an open source hardware project.
Use Irdroino to replicate signals from your existing remote controls, assign actions for the tx and rx keys of the shield. Control Air Conditioners, TVs, STBs, Music, and more. The Irdroino will help you also if you develop custom remote controls.
The module is designed with low power consumption considerations in mind and it is suitable for low energy infrared remote controls design and development where you have to provide prolonged periods of unit inactivity (sleep modes) with just several microamps of power consumption.
The Irdroino comes in a compact form factor, it extends the pin headers of your Arduino and at the same time provides infrared transmitter and receiver capabilities. The Irdroino uses optical signal amplification technique which gives an additional boost and extended infrared transmit range. The open source hardware design gives you the freedom to modify Irdroino design and make your own custom IR shield. All the above features make Irdroino better in comparison with the rest of the infrared remote control shields for Arduino available on the market.
The Irdroino is compatible with:
I made this project because I believe in open source software and open source hardware, and I am passionate about developing free and open source infrared modules and things
The Irdroino is special because it uses a unique optical signal amplification which gives significantly improved IR range. This gives a big advantage in comparison with similar products. It is open source hardware which gives the user a freedom and it has a high-quality IR receiver IC. There are two sample Arduino Sketches in this repository. The first one is for recording and reproducing IR signals, using the two buttons for transmit and receive (record) remote control buttons. The second exaple sketch turns your Arduino into a PRONTO Hex USB IR Blaster (send / Transmit IR codes via Serial/USB).
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Bulgarian Post: Registered Airmail
We offer a shipping for the Irdroid modules via a REGISTERED AIRMAIL service. This service includes a tracking number for the shipment, and it is the lowest cost available. The packages are released upon signature and that is why this service is more secure than the regular mail. Normally we ship on Mondays and Wednesdays. In some Countries the tracking is not available. After we dispatch your item we will email you the tracking number for your reference. These are the approximate delivery times: USA – 14 Days Europe – 3 – 10 Days Rest of the World – >14 Days The delivery times above are approximate and depend on the actual carrier.
Randal | Aug. 5, 2018
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I am passionate about Infrared, I am developing embedded infrared remote control modules and gadgets since 2010, the year i have started my own hobby project called Irdroid (Irdroid.com) - open source infrared remote control Application for Android that uses external modules, to allow infrared connectivity for smartphones and devices that do not have IR transmitters / receivers. During the years I made variety of other DiY infrared modules like the Irdroid USB Infrared Tranceiver, Irdroid Bluetooth to infrared bridge, the Irdroid WiFi module and also the Irdroid-Rpi Infrared transceiver for Raspberry Pi. I am based in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.