IR remote tester

I have several times. My favorite technique was to take my mobile phone and with the camera pointed at the infrared emitter look for a flashing little purple light. The mobile phone technique is an way for testing the remote but still i decided to make a small circuit just to test the remotes. Ler mais: http://ruijc.webnode.com/products/testador-de-comandos-ir-remote-tester/ O circuito não necessita de muit ...

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Basics of Turning your Remote Controll Vehicle into an Autonomous System (Drone) Using an Arduino

I began this project with the objective of cheaply turning my RC helicopter into something of a UAV or at least to fit some sensors to reduce collisions and other "mis-haps." Now unfortunately at the beginning of the project i miscalculated my little helicopter's lift capabilities and so with the equipment fitted it has insufficient power to get more than a couple of inches of the ground, but all of the sys ...

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Arduino based Tic Tac Toe with TV Remote

This was my first time attending the Internet of Things Pune Group. It was such a fun learning experience! At today's meetup, Dhiraj and Nishant started out by introducing the InduinoX and Arduino Uno boards along with the Processing IDE that is used to write the code. After playing around with couple of sensors on the InduinoX we thought of doing a micro project together and finally settled on doing a Tic ...

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Arduino-powered A-10 stick grip remote w/Emergency Party Button

I came across Plama2002's "Emergency Party Button" build a while back and wanted something similar for my bar. I also had an old USAF B-8 stick grip from an A-10A that I picked up in my previous life. I figured instead of just being a conversation piece, I could put it to good use as a remote control for my AV system. What I came up with is a master control box that: - Controls my SAT TV, music server and i ...

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Remote Controlled lunaring with Arduino

Nothing puts the fun back into coding like watching your very own creations come to life in the physical world. Luckily, with the current glut of high-tech toys and electronic gadgets on the market, it's never been easier to experience the thrill of designing your own hardware by modifying what's already available. A great way to get into the hobby is to wander the isles of your local toy store or browse th ...

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Remote Controlled Switching

Vision The aim of our project is to be able to control a electrical switching process using a remote.The idea is to come up with an alternative to the conventional electric switch boards, using a wireless control mechanism, in an economic way.In other words, an Electric Switch Board is to be designed in which the switching is controlled by a remote.These kind of switchboards could replace the old ones and u ...

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Arduino Event-Driven Universal AV Remote

TL;DR - I wanted all of my AV components to turn on and change inputs as soon as I started Airplaying music to my Apple TV from my iPhone, so I popped open the Apple TV, wired up a photocell sensor to an Arduino Uno, wired up some Infrared LEDs, wrote some code, and made it happen. Here it is in action. The Problem When I want to listen to music on my AV system, I hit Airplay on my iPhone/Pad (in itunes/pan ...

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Adventures in Moteino: Remote Temperature Monitor

Introduction What every new system design has in common these days is wireless. Like bacon, it just makes everything better. Put a sensor wherever, read it from somewhere else. Put the power and control where you need it. For the CuPID/Pi, it is no different. We want to put our remote sense and control modules out into the wild and read and aggregate them as it makes sense. Our basic system layout is as bel ...

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SoC Remote Control Platform for IEEE 802.15.4 Standard

The IEEE 802.15.4 standard is the fourth task group of the IEEE 802.15 working group, which defines Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN) standards. The IEEE 802.15.4 market has the following advantages; low power consumption, low cost, low offered message throughput, supports large network orders up to 65k nodes, low to no QoS guarantees, and flexible protocol design suitable for many applications. The pur ...

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Remote control via GPRS or GSM SMS using Arduino

Remote control, it has been a very profound things in the past. When I was a child, I always imagine that I have an equipment which can control all home appliances. Now, this has become a reality, and it is quite easy. Then I will step by step to show you how to remote control your home appliances via the GPRS/GSM SMS and relays. At first, let me give a brief introduction about relay to you. Relays are used ...

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Remote sensing with Arduino and XBee

Several years ago when I started messing around with Arduino and building my own weather station, I bought a few XBee radio chips with the idea of setting up some more remote sites without having to run wires out to the sensor stations. I spend several frustrating hours trying to get the radios to talk to each other, but couldn’t get them to work (I think this was because they were in API mode instead of AT ...

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Garage Remote – Arduino ft. Android

The GarageUino is my first Arduino project that has resulted in a product that I actually use. It’s a garage port controller that features a 20 by 4 character LCD display, four LEDs, a button, two connectors for position sensors and an USB connector. Oh! And of course an Ethernet port for Internet access. I’ll get back to that later. Read on to learn how I created the GarageUino, and how you can make one yo ...

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