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    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    @csBlueChip What linux are you using? (or mac?)
    BlueChip
    @csBlueChip
    Debian all the way
    What's happening with this IR library - afaict, I'm the ONLY programmer here and have no commit access - would it be easier for me to fork-off?
    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    @csBlueChip send an email to ken.shirriff@gmail.com I would have added you as a contributor a long time ago if I could :D
    He'll definitely add you
    @csBlueChip I sent him an email, you should be a contributor soon
    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    @csBlueChip You should have commit access now
    CSharpLover
    @CSharpLover
    Hi
    i bought a new TSOP-1138 IR receiver. Can i use it for IR decoding for my Remote?
    it is 38khz
    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    Not sure. Maybe create an issue and ask @AnalysIR
    CSharpLover
    @CSharpLover
    Why? is the library requires 84 khz?
    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    Im not sure if that works or not
    38 should be fine though
    CSharpLover
    @CSharpLover
    For another library, TSOP1138 is a recommenned receiver
    I hope it work
    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    It should work
    CSharpLover
    @CSharpLover
    How can i decode a signal?
    is there a tutorial for it?
    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    There's a very easy way
    What board are you using?
    CSharpLover
    @CSharpLover
    Uno R3
    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    Ok give me one second and I'll give you a link
    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    Here
    Then use the example sketch called IRrecvDumpV2 and it will work very well. Make sure to modify the pin if needed
    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    @CSharpLover Did it work for you?
    CSharpLover
    @CSharpLover
    Oh sorry, i pop my sensor :D
    I really scared
    I wrongly connected 5v and gnd
    so i saw only a pop sound, sensor is looks still good
    Is that safe to try again with true pinout?
    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    sure
    Wait actually
    gmm
    hmm
    as long as it is powered by 5V it should be safe
    although I am not sure if the sensor itself will still report meaningful things
    Let me know how it goes
    CSharpLover
    @CSharpLover
    Thanks, i'm afraid of blowing up my sensor. After the pop sound, i think my sensor is fried.
    What can cause to this sound?
    A capacitor overload, or another thing?
    I don't know materials in the sensor
    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    @CSharpLover You might as well test it...
    BlueChip
    @csBlueChip
    You will probably find a block diagram of the circuit inside the sensor in the datasheet ...I suspect you have probably killed it ...Backwards voltage is no a circuits best friend :(
    CSharpLover
    @CSharpLover
    Yes it is completely killed.
    Not working, dead sensor
    madmalkav
    @madmalkav

    HI, I need some help understanding the decodes of a NEC remote. i.e. if I get this:

    Encoding : NEC
    Code : 4B6040BF (32 bits)

    I know this button is programmed this way in RemoteMaster -the software I use to program my remote-: