The world's first infrared remote control module for hobbyists.
Our development kits are made for hobbyists and amateurs who don't want to mess with soldering and do not want to learn the details of encoding and decoding IR signals.
This module supports UART communication, and you can use any development board to communicate with this module. About 98% of devices that are available on the market can be used for learning and controlling with this module. Including TV's, air conditioning units (supports long IR codes), audio & VCD players , projectors, fans and more.
You can learn the IR remote commands of diverse electronic devices and test them in seconds. This module is also capable of learning long IR codes (e.g. for air conditioning devices).
Supports Standard UART interface, TTL level. Operates at 9600 baud, 8 data bits, no parity, and 1 stop bit (8N1).
Operating voltage: 5V
Working current: 4 - 6mA
Emission peak: 1.5A
Recommended power supply using 5VDC / 2A, ripple <20mv
15kHz - 80kHz
0°C ~ +65°C (humidity: 10% - 95%)
4 high-power IR LEDs for 360°. 1m - 10m
Provides IR transmitting/learning and indicator LEDs
ESD protection. Anti-interference ability through 4KV fast pulse interference (EFT)
Full documentation available
Supports Windows/Mac, Raspberry Pi, ESP32 or ESP8266 development boards or any device with UART interface
Any development board that uses a microcontroller with a 5V output is sufficient. WeMos D1 mini is one of those boards.
Wire up your development board according to the diagram shown.
Now you are ready to start the learning mode. Once you send the start learning mode command to the module, the built-in LED indicator will turn blue. Press any button on the remote to record and this module will decode the button's IR signal and send it via the UART interface.
Once you have learned an IR code, you can send it. The built-in LED indicator will blink once to indicate success.
Full documentation available here
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