Arduino Compatible Infrared Decoder with Atmega328pDesigned by Remote Mods in Canada
What is it? This item is an Infrared decoder. It works with a terminal program. Select protocol from the list, point your remote at the decoder and press any key on your remote. The decoder will di...Read More…
This item is an Infrared decoder. It works with a terminal program. Select protocol from the list, point your remote at the decoder and press any key on your remote. The decoder will display the Device ID and the Command from the key you pressed. It is very easy and it JUST WORKS. No complicated data to see, just the necessary information.
Every example source code I found does not decode most of the protocols correctly. They display the bits as they are received and do not arrange the bits correctly, presenting the proper command and system ID of the remote. Many of the protocols are received bit by bit LSB first.
WHY do you want to know your remotes commands? Backing up this data is a good idea if the remote were to become inoperable or lost. If your spouse drops the remote numerous times a day (like mine does) or your dog likes to use the remote as a play toy, a backup is crucial. By knowing the command and the device id for a remote, you can use this data to program other re-programmable universal remotes.
It's easy to use, just use Teraterm @ 9600 bps. The remote contains two infrared receivers, a 56 KHz receiver and a 38 KHz receiver. Create a log file and back up all of the commands to your favorite remotes. The board is also arduino compatible, so you can program your own code if you wish.
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