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Remote Control Circuits
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Linux Infrared Remote Control LIRC -  This manual will guide you through the installation and configuration of LiRC.  Setting up LiRC currently is not an easy task.  So please take some time to read this documentation carefully.  if you don't understand a part of this manual or if you think there is something important missing you should complain __ Designed by Christoph Bartelmus

Long-range 16-channel Remote Control System -  it's based on pre-built UHF modules, has a range of up to 1.5km and can be programmed just the way you want.__ SiliconChip

Low-Voltage Remote Mains Switch -  This circuit allows a 240V mains appliance to be controlled remotely via low-voltage cabling and a pushbutton switch.  The mains appliance (in this case, a light bulb) is switched with a suitably-rated relay.  All of the electronics is housed in an ABS box located in proximity to the appliance.  The pushbutton switch and plugpack are__ 

Magnetic-Radiation Remote-Control -  Short-range 35KHz operation, single-channel units; Simple circuitry, no outer antennas required __ Contact Flavio Dellepiane, fladello @ tin.it

Mains Remote Switch -  This compact design forms a remotely operated switch that receives its control signal via the mains voltage.  The switch is operated using the ‘mains remote transmitter’ described elsewhere in this issue.  With this transmitter, a switch should be connected between pins 1 and 2 of K1.  Depending on the application, this must be either a__ 

Mains Remote-Alert -  Remotely-operates a Beeper and/or a LED via mains supply line __ Contact IQ Technologies

Making your own RS-60E3 Remote Control for Canon EOS cameras -  Welcome to, ashamedly, the most popular page on my website.  i'm not really sure why, but I guess people like these do-it-yourself projects.  Promise me you'll go look at pretty pictures after this, okay? __ Designed by Markus Wandel

Mark 1/1A -  This circuit is used to relay signals from an infra Red remote control in one room to an iR controlled appliance in another room.   __ Designed by Andy Collison

Micro Based PIR to IR Remote Converter -  After the third attack on my car in 6 weeks, loosing 35 litres of fuel and generally having my day stuffed up - I got really pissed off and embarked on the EKM-1 surveillance camera system.  Next time I want to get the act on video.  My first thought was to keep it simple and use a PiR (passive infra-red) motion detector to set off an alarm in my bedroom - then I would manually start my VCR and record video from a low-light camera. __ Designed by Eddie Matejowsky

MK5 Infra Red Repeater -  The latest addition to my collection of infra Red (iR) Repeater circuits.  The Mark 5 is a much improved version of the Mark 1 circuit and has increased range and sensitivity.  it is also immune to the effects ofambient light, daylight and other forms of interference.  in addition it works with iR modulation freuencies in the range 30 to 120kHz making the Mk5 circuit the best choice for compatibility with remote controls __ Designed by Andy Collison

Multi-Function Remote-Controlled Lamp Dimmer -  You probably think that a dimmer is a dimmer is a dimmer, right? This little beauty will definitely change your mind! __ SiliconChip

Notoof Remote Telemetry Device! -  This PIC  project permits five analogue signals to be acquired (to ten bits resolution) and transmitted to a remote computer.  As well as a conventional serial output, the PIC  generates an FSK signal that can be conveyed through almost any audio channel.  The FSK output is used in this project to illustrate data transfer using an FM transmitter.   __ Contact Karen's Microprocessor Projects

One-Wire Network Controls Remote SPI Peripherals -  09/04/08  EDN Design Ideas:  This circuit controls a remote LED display by the 1-wire network through an SPi-compatible display controller __ Circuit Design by Michael Petersen, Maxim Integrated Products, Colorado Springs, CO

Optical Remote On/Off Switch -  First published on: 1-10-2006 Using this optical remote control, you can switch on/off any electrical or electronic load.  Like any remote control system, it has a mini transmitter unit (Fig.1) and...__ Electronics Projects for You

PC Infrared Remote Receiver -  Build this simple unit and play DVDs and MP3s on your PC via remote control.__ SiliconChip

PC IR Remote Control -  This page gives some information on a PC based iR remote control system I'vedeveloped for computer control of TV, video, satellite and hifi equipment etc.  I have used an iBM compatible, so the software here is for such a machine, however I guess that it is straightforward (perhaps easier) to implement this on another type of machine __ Designed by Chris Dodge

PC or PICAXE interface for UHF remote control -  Simple circuit lets you control the Oatley Electronics 4-Channel UHF Transmitter using a PC or PIC AX__ SiliconChip

PCB for Mark 5 IR Extender -  The latest addition to my collection of infra Red (iR) Repeater circuits.  The Mark 5 is a much improved version of the Mark 1 circuit and has increased range and sensitivity.  it is also immune to the effects ofambient light, daylight and other forms of interference.  in addition it works with iR modulation freuencies in the range 30 to 120kHz making the Mk5 circuit the best choice for compatibility with remote controls __ Designed by Andy Collison

PC-Based Wireless Control for Toy Car -  Here we show how you can control a toy car through your PC’s serial port using a pair of ASK transmitter and receiver modules.  The received signal is decoded by a...__ Electronics Projects for You

PC-Based Wireless Control for Toy Car -  Here we show how you can control a toy car through your PC’s serial port using a pair of ASK transmitter and receiver modules. The received signal is decoded by a...__ Electronics Projects for You

PIC IR/ RF Remote Control -  This is a general purpose remote control project with using programmable PIC  microcontrollers (PIC 16F628, PIC 16F630, PIC 16F684).  Schematics are shown for using infrared (iR) or radio (RF) media.  if you are not familiar with microcontroller programming, you can use fixed encoder and decoder integrated circuits instead.  Well-known such IC -s are Holtek HT-12D, HT-12E and Motorola MC145026, MC145027, MC145028.  __ 

PIC Remote Control -  5 channels are controlled via RF receiver / RF transmitter and PIC 12C508 microcontroller.  __ 

PIC Remote Control -  4 / 8 channel RF / iR remote control based on PIC 16F628 and PIC 16F630 __ Designed by Peter Jakab

PIC16F84 RF remote Controller -  With a handful of inexpensive components, a little creativity, and the power of PicBasic, you can build some pretty outstanding robotics creations as Rob Arnold proves with his Ruf-Bot project.   __ Designed by Rob Arnold

PIR to IR remote control -  After the third attack on my car in 6 weeks, loosing 35 litres of fuel and generally having my day stuffed up - I got really pissed off and embarked on the EKM-1 surveillance camera system.  Next time I want to get the act on video.  My first thought was to keep it simple and use a PiR (passive infra-red) motion detector to set off an alarm in my bedroom - then I would manually start my VCR and record video from a low-light camera __ Designed by Eddie Matejowsky

Programmable IR remote control -  NEC-SiRCS-JAPAN-RC5-SAMSUNG compatible, multiprotocol infrared remote control.  Replaces up to 6 existing remote controls into one.  With manual learning function, LED and/or LCD display...2V6 - 3V2, low power. __ Designed by Michel Bavin

Proportional radio remote Control -  When I wrote the ZN414 radio IC receiver projects I made reference to a future proportional radio control encoder and decoder project that was to follow.  Well here it is.  it matters not what medium this encoder and decoder uses.  You may use your own Amateur Radio transmitter/receivers, although I would not recommend you having your $250 70cm handheld whizzing around the skies at 120Km/H.  A simple TX and RX is all that is needed but they are not covered in this project.  I will just cover the proportional encoder and decoder. __ Designed by Harry Lythall-SM0VPO

Quartz crystal-based remote thermometer features direct Celsius readout -  03/17/05 EDN Design Ideas:  Although quartz crystals have served as temperature sensors, designers haven't taken advantage of the technology because few manufacturers offer the sensors as standard products (references 1 and 2].  in contrast to conventional resistance- or semiconductor-based sensors, a quartz-based sensor provide as inherently digital-signal conditioning, good stability, and a direct digital ou __ Circuit Design by Jim Williams and Mark Thoren, Linear Technology Corp

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