any help? If someone wanted to add support for this or other modern receiver hardware, I'm sure people would find that useful. Packard Bell Fast Media Remote Started by applesauce1234 , Dec 13 2006 06:39 PM Please log in to reply 3 replies to this topic #1 applesauce1234 applesauce1234 Members 188 posts OFFLINE Roadgeek 5.989 visualizaciones 22:55 Packard Bell Multimedia D135 Upgrades So Far - Duración: 12:06. http://custsolutions.net/i-want/i-want-to-control-surround-sound-in-3-rooms-from-1-pc.php

Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Linux and Mac users have LIRC, which supports a bunch of different receiver types. The image shows Girder sending the initialization string ‘IR' (0x49,0x52), and the receiver reply ‘OK' (0x4F,0x4B). Free Download >> FixMyPC A powerful tool to repair and fine-tune your system!

You can remove the Manchester decoding code from the interrupt routine for a more generalized ‘hash' of the remote control protocol. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I better tell the two systems I have working they dont work… Dammit I hate it when hack a day tells my stuff it's not supposed to work. Switch to another language: Catalan | Basque | Galician | View all Cerrar Sí, quiero conservarla.

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  • Our receiver is based on a USB enabled PIC 18F2455 microcontroller, the smaller, cheaper version of the 18F2550.
  • Report comment Reply guest says: October 31, 2008 at 4:04 am Does matter if used 18F2455 or 18F2550?
  • Most people think that remote controls for computers didn't come about until the era of Windows Media Center.
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  • Report comment Reply fartface says: October 31, 2008 at 6:11 am So the old irman simple Ir reciever will not work with XP?
  • While our preference is towards the general hash method, our only remote uses RC5 and it was more interesting to build an RC5 specific decoder.
  • The USBTINY and USBIRBOY are native USB devices, but lack wide support.

If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Click here to Register a free account now! The schematic and PCB were made with Cadsoft Eagle, freeware versions are available for most platforms. Errors reset the decoding routing.

The time now is 05:34 AM. Register now! after doing some research and looking up costs associated with coming up with an USB IR solution that worked in linux, i remembered i had an extra original XBOX IR dongle I've just built this cool project on a breadboard.

Report comment Reply theweirdness says: October 30, 2008 at 8:35 pm how I did it with the instructions below http://www.vituperation.com/?page_id=522 http://lnx.manoweb.com/lirc/ 38kHz Infrared (IR) Receiver Module Catalog#: 276-640 (Some websites say This protocol is for a serial port device, but our USB receiver will appear as a virtual serial port and the program won't know the difference. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are dgurjar replied Feb 11, 2017 at 5:26 AM Getting on the Web with my...

Thanx to all the masses!!! Colin Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 acklan acklan Bleepin' cat's meow Members 8,529 posts OFFLINE Gender:Not Telling Location:Baton Rouge, La. Computer log off, reboot or shutdown. im still working into removing the manchester deco thx Report comment Reply Nemo says: November 22, 2008 at 12:19 pm Thanks for following up on my question.

Stuart Longland has updated the log for Solar-powered cloud computing. anyone has a compiled file for 18f2550 is possible to post here! You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To download, select the Model Name/Number of your device, then click the Download button.

Any ideas? Some more advanced infrared receivers are true serial port devices that measure or decoding infrared signals before sending data to the computer. Cargando... RC5 is stream of 14 equal length bits of exactly 1.778ms per bit time.

Linux or Mac users can try this receiver, if you still have a serial port. Report comment Reply Comment navigation Newer Comments → Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... I ask because I see in the firmware folder files like "18f2455.lkr" but no any 18f2550 file.

thnx Report comment Reply norman says: November 10, 2008 at 3:29 pm i need some help!

There are dozens of remote control protocols, but Phillips' RC5 is widespread and commonly used by hobbyists. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? These aren't true serial devices because they don't send data to the PC. The mono mini plug cord would connect to an output on an Xantech connecting block which would have a IR receiver as it's input.

in the learn command window, you are instructed to hit the same button several times so that the program will recognize the button, and then assign a command to it... do I need them, and if so, where is a safe place to get them? The UIR/IRMan and UIR2 incorporate a classic PIC 16F84, but don't provide firmware and/or source code. it refuses to learn a button, because it thinks that I am pressing different buttons all the time...

is needed a special config in winpic800? thx Report comment Reply neimad says: November 10, 2008 at 7:25 pm I also breadboarded this circuit using an 18F2550, programmed the chip fine. Home Blog Hackaday.io Store Hackaday Prize Video Submit a tip About Contact us Never miss a hack Follow on facebook Follow on google+ Follow on twitter Follow on youtube Follow on Report comment Reply Makoto says: March 5, 2009 at 3:39 am I don`t have TSOP 1738 or TSOP 1138, just have SL SM0038 ( can`t google this shit !- no information)

iam wrote a reply on project log Prototype PCB testing is complete. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. Report comment Reply Borellus says: March 11, 2009 at 5:40 pm Nice one, I would have a go myself but it is probably much easier to buy one. I've been using it for months and it works wonderfully.

Use EventGhost. Girder setup -> general page shows received increased number of messages but I do not know how to see what was received, any idea please? Report comment Reply norman says: November 21, 2008 at 10:59 am hi again WORKS th circuit WORKS! Maybe I'm just old fashioned.

But any modern machine has plenty of processing time and power to catch the incredibly slow IR signal. 40khz is the carrier NOT THE DATA, and if you use one of Deshacer Cerrar Este vídeo no está disponible. WIRC says that it will not work with Windows 2000, or Windows XP, so i cant use that one... Subido el 5 ene. 2012I got this in the mail today.

I have no idea… Any help would be appreciated! my circuit is ready an im using a 18f2550 but not works. Report comment Reply Ian Lesnet says: November 19, 2008 at 11:15 pm @nemo Did you point the new hardware wizard at the .inf file included in the project archive? this is a problem, because it must receive the same button signal twice in order to "learn" it...

The PIC gets one decoupling capacitor (C1), and a diode (D1) and resistor(R1) on the ICSP programming header. Check in the LIRC docs and elsewhere for information on how to use it. Just call it fmir for short.