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    CSharpLover
    @CSharpLover
    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-:
    Vol+ 61381 183 6 none 2 NEC1 BF 00
    That is: name , EFC5 , EFC , Subdevice, 2nd Subdevice, OBC, Style, Hex
    what I want to understand is how to convert from the values I have in remotemaster to the value I will get once the arduino receives the IR signal
    So I can do a table with all the possible values the arduino will receive without having to prss every button in the remote and anotate it
    madmalkav
    @madmalkav
    Ummm, seems like values for Sony20 are more similar in both softwares, perhaps I will go for that
    madmalkav
    @madmalkav
    Ok, got it, Sony 20 is a 20 bits string formed with 7 bits for the OBC, 5 bits for the Device and 8 bits for the subdevice. Bits are inverted, so i.e. 121 decimal is ‭01111001 binary and 10011110 in this format, right?
    CSharpLover
    @CSharpLover
    Hi
    Alexander Salas Bastidas
    @ajsb85
    Hi
    ReqPro
    @ReqPro
    hi everyone
    I'm having an issue with the lib... I have the receiver working fine, and it dumps all received IR codes to serial perfectly. In the same sketch, I have an irsend object that seems to break functionality of the receiver as soon as I call the sendSAMSUNG() function... Anyone run into this issue?
    ReqPro
    @ReqPro
    it seems to be the second enableIROut() is called, that the irrecv functionality breaks
    Perry Naseck
    @DaAwesomeP
    Does anyone have experience with hooking up the flaky Arduino serial? I got lirc to recognize it using usb-x, but it only auto records about two commands (all of the commands are essentially the same and therefore useless).
    I'm trying to get it to work as a receiver BTW
    I have a logitech Harmony remote, so I can use basically any remote command in the world it seems
    madmalkav
    @madmalkav
    Yeah, I have used it in an Arduino Uno with both the integrated serial that get exposed when you connect it to USB and SoftSerial without problems
    Perry Naseck
    @DaAwesomeP
    @madmalkav what lirc driver did you use? I'm having a hard time getting it to recognize individual commands. The auto learning thing records all as one command
    madmalkav
    @madmalkav
    I don't use lirc, with the serial monitor on the arduino ide I have no problems receiving stuff
    Perry Naseck
    @DaAwesomeP
    oh yeah I got that to work
    madmalkav
    @madmalkav
    well, if it works on the serial console, seems like the problem is related to lirc
    Perry Naseck
    @DaAwesomeP
    oh yeah I got that to work thought. I was wondering if anyone here had experience hooking up and Arduino with this library on it to lirc
    CSharpLover
    @CSharpLover
    wow burning sensors is very funny
    i burned my second sensor :(
    Perry Naseck
    @DaAwesomeP
    @CSharpLover something's wrong. Make sure that you know what ground, VCC, and the data pin are. Don't give it too much current and make sure that VCC as well as your data pins are operating at the right voltages.
    piyushverma
    @piyushverma

    Hello All,

    Thanks for this great work. It's really easy to get started in few min with Arduino-IRremote.
    I want to port it to other MCU like cortex M0 or M3. Any suggestion what place is good to modify.
    I think key point is to setup a timer interrupt all other code could be same.
    Any suggestion would be great.

    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    @piyushverma Look into teensy, it may be quite useful
    piyushverma
    @piyushverma
    z3t0 thanks for information. MCU is not the problem but question is how to port Arduino-IRremote code to stm32f0
    may be we should make some driver interface just port this driver function then can use in any platform
    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    @piyushverma I guess the key problem is that this is "Arduino Code"
    The reason I referred to teensy was because they have "Arduino" code working on the platform, so you could replicate much of their efforts
    I do plan on trying to make an AVR C++ version of this library at one point which will make it MUCH more portable
    Emperor-Sultan
    @Emperor-Sultan
    Hi everyone. Many of you are talented and I give applause to all who are completing their objectives. I am very new at this and I have to make something for ir transmitter and ir receiver. I have an arduino uno and mega2560. I have looked for days online to find if someone has made it, but I could not find. My purpose is to have an ir transmitter connected to an arduino board and a power source where it will receive electric pulse information. There are two positive and two negative/ground wires that will give the pulses to the transmitter. The transmitter will send the signals for the right amount of pulses or prolonged pules to the receiver, which will be connected to a separate arduino board. That receiver will send power to small electric motors (about 8-10 motors simultaneously), which are connected to the same board. I think it is similar to the ir transmitter and receiver interference project where the led goes off if signal is interrupted, but only the opposite. If anyone can point me in the right direction as to where I can get such sketches and modify them for my project, that will be greatly appreciated. Also if anyone can help me make the sketches that would be even better. Thank you kindly
    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    @Emperor-Sultan Please create an issue on the github page