IR receiver and trainsmitter

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IR receiver and trainsmitter

Postby jerryjw » Sat Nov 11, 2017 11:23 pm

Hello everyone,
I am doing a universal IR remote control project where I can replicate the information in the TV remote control and embed it in my microcontroller so that i can control the TV using the microcontroller instead of the normal remote control.
I need a transmitter and a receiver but I am not really sure which kind of receiver and transmitter I should get.
can these be used:
Transmitter : https://www.cytron.io/p-sn-ir-t?search= ... n=1&page=2
Receiver : https://www.cytron.io/p-sn-ir-r?search= ... n=1&page=2
OR
IR sensor set: https://www.cytron.io/p-sn-irs-01?searc ... n=1&page=2
Thanks in advance ! :D
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Re: IR receiver and trainsmitter

Postby Idris » Mon Nov 13, 2017 12:21 pm

Hi jerryjw,

My opinion is, you can use the IR Tansmitter, but for receiver I suggest to use Grove - Infrared Receiver.

Anyway, this is suggestion only, I can't guarantee it is 100% works. You need to experiment with it.

Hope this helps.
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Re: IR receiver and trainsmitter

Postby jerryjw » Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:32 pm

Idris WROTE:Hi jerryjw,

My opinion is, you can use the IR Tansmitter, but for receiver I suggest to use Grove - Infrared Receiver.

Anyway, this is suggestion only, I can't guarantee it is 100% works. You need to experiment with it.

Hope this helps.


Thanks for your suggestion. i might get both the receiver just to experiment it.
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