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IR Transceiver connection

IRTransceiver connections are capable to forward any signal received from the most popular remote controller brands to any connection in your Ozeki software. It can also send any data for transmission. The transmitter can imitate the most significant remote controller brands, so you are able to control any device belonging to these brands.

Decoding protocols for receiving:

  • NEC
  • Sony
  • Sanyo
  • Mitsubishi
  • RC5
  • RC6
  • Panasonic
  • LG
  • JVC
  • SAMSUNG
  • Whynter
  • Aiwa RC-T501
  • Denon

Encoding protocols for transmission:
  • RC5
  • RC6
  • NEC
  • Sony
  • Panasonic
  • JVC
  • SAMSUNG
  • Whynter
  • LG

Prerequisites:

  • Infrared LED for transmitter or infrared sensor (e.g. 1838B) for receiver
  • Ozeki installed on your computer
  • Programmable board (Arduino Mega/Nano/Uno)
  • USB cable is needed between Arduino Mega/Nano/Uno and your computer

How to setup a Receiver

Step 1: You can see how to wire an IR sensor (such as 1838B) to any of the following boards:
Start the video
After wiring, please plug the board to your computer!

Step 2: Upload programcode to the microcontroller (Here is the code to upload)
Start the video

Step 3: Start Ozeki on your computer to try the receiver
Start the video

How to setup a Transmitter

Step 1: You can see how to wire an infra LED to any of the following boards:
Start the video
After wiring, please plug the board to your computer!

Step 2: Upload programcode to the microcontroller (Here is the code to upload)
Start the video

Step 3: Start Ozeki on your computer to try the transmitter
Start the video

If Ozeki 10 is running on your computer (such as on a Raspberry Pi) and you have plugged a microcontroller to it than Ozeki can be set to find serial devices on windows/linux and place them into a connection list so you can interact and control them through the software GUI. The IR Transceiver can communicate with Ozeki through the following protocol.


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