IR Remote Example

 IR-diaram
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Infrared (IR) is a cheap and (as you’ll soon discover) easy way to add wireless control to your project.

Wiring

To wire your IR Receiver Diode to your Arduino, connect the following pins:

  • IR Receiver Diode Pin 1 –> Arduino Input 11
  • IR Receiver Diode Pin 2 –> Arduino Ground
  • IR Receiver Diode Pin 3 –> Arduino +5V

21 Buttons

  • 1 – FFA25D
  • 2 – FF629D
  • 3 – FFE21D
  • 4 – FF22DD
  • 5 – FF02FD
  • 6 – FFC23D
  • 7 – FFE01F
  • 8 – FFA857
  • 9 – FF906F
  • 10 -FF6897
  • 11 -FF9867
  • 12 -FFB04F
  • 13 -FF30CF
  • 14 -FF18E7
  • 15 -FF7A85
  • 16 -FF10EF
  • 17 -FF38C7
  • 18 -FF5AA5
  • 19 -FF42BD
  • 20 -FF4AB5
  • 21 -FF52AD

Instructions and Code

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2 comments on “IR Remote Example
  1. Pier-Michel Lapointe says:

    For some reason, I followed step-by-step your tutorial without any success. After debugging the code, I found that a variable TKD2 was not declared in the scope. Also, int RECV_PIN was not assigned. If you can help me finding this issue it would be great! thank you.

  2. koren says:

    When im doing verfiy it says:
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\RobotIRremote\src\IRremoteTools.cpp:5:16: error: ‘TKD2’ was not declared in this scope

    int RECV_PIN = TKD2; // the pin the IR receiver is connected to

    ^

    exit status 1
    Error compiling.

    what should i do?

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