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Sensitive Remote Control Tester -  Here is a handy gadget for testing of infrared (iR) based remote control transmitters used for TVs and VCRs etc.  The iR signals from a remote control transmitter are sensed by the...__ Electronics Projects for You

Serial Infrared Remote Controller -  This is a simple, cheap device that can be connected to any serial port to control most components that have infrared remote controls.  I designed and built it (on a solderless breadboard) in 1991.  in 1992 I wrote a lengthy description of it for an electronics class.  in 1994 I finally designed a PC board for it, using a free, X-based PC board design program called pcb, and in 1995 I etched several of the boards and made the final product __ Designed by John DuBois

Serial-driven IR remote Controller -  This paper describes a serial infrared transmitter (SiT)   capable of  generating  the infrared codes used by most current equipment that incorporates an infrared remote control.    it is operated by a computer    through  an  asynchronous  communications port.    Driver software __ Designed by John H. DuBois III

Serial-Interface infrared remote control -  This is a simple, cheap device that can be connected to any serial port to control most components that have infrared remote controls.  I designed and built it (on a solderless breadboard) in 1991.  in 1992 I wrote a lengthy description of it for an electronics class.  in 1994 I finally designed a PC board for it, using a free, X-based PC board design program called pcb, and in 1995 I etched several of the boards and made the final product __ Designed by John DuBois

Shock-Proof Remote Switch -  Using this circuit, you can control any AC/DC appliance remotely through inexpensive, low-voltage cabling and a standard push switch.  The circuit can easily support cable length up to 25 metres.__ Electronics Projects for You

Short DC power-line pulses afford remote control -  10/25/01 EDN Design Ideas:  if you face the challenge of adding a second, independently controlled light source to an existing ceiling lamp controlled by a wall switch, you may find that stringing a second power line is impossible.  First, you can replace the wall switch by the circuit in Figure 1.  Pushing the on switch S1 or S2 for approximately 1 sec inserts the 12V zener diodes D1 or D2 in series with the __ Circuit Design by Tom Hornak, Portola Valley, CA

Simple  RF Based Code Lock -  This simple radio frequency (RF) based code lock incorporates a pair of 433MHz ready made RF transmitter and receiver modules.  it is a remote-controlled and code-protected locking system.  The code is...__ Electronics Projects for You

Simple  Sensitive Remote Control Tester -  Here is a handy gadget for testing of infrared (iR) based remote control transmitters used for TVs and VCRs etc.  The iR signals from a remote control transmitter are sensed by the...__ Electronics Projects for You

Simple Circuit 4-CH Remote Control -  You can construct your own long range infrared (iR) wireless remote using Motorola's MC145026 emitter and MC145027 detector chips.  With your remote you can control devices up to 20 feet (7 meters) away.  it operates similiarly to a TV remote.  You just point the emitter at the detector, push a transmit button.  The detector then interprets your data signal.  You can use this circuit to remotely turn on/off devices (like a motors, relays, home appliances).   __ Designed by Boondog web site

Simple Circuit Infrared Remote Control -  This article will show you how to use the components in our infrared data communications parts KiT.   __ Designed by Reynold's Elec

Simple Circuit Radio Control from Junk -  Here we are going to make a simple radio controlled device using supplies from your local dumpster.  This project should cost less than a dollar to make.  if you spend more than a dollar on this project, you need to dig more.   __ Designed by sixmhz @ yahoo.com

Simple Circuit Remote Control Tester -  Here is a handy gadget for test- ing of infrared (iR) based re- mote control transmitters used for TVs and VCRs etc.  The iR signals from a remote control transmitter are sensed by the iR sensor module in the tester and its output at pin 2 goes low.  This in turn switches on transistor T1 and causes LED1 to blink.  At the same time, the buzzer beeps at the same rate as the incoming signals from the remote control transmitter__ 

Simple Infrared (IR) Remote Control Circuit -  infrared based electronic circuit diagrams / circuit schematics__ 

Single-Channel Remote Control -  A simple but effective remote control, capable to compete (and sometimes to beat) most ready-made units.  Plus application examples for remote door opening, remote-triggered timers, and on/off contact closures.   __ Designed by Projects & Ideas from Nutchip.com

Six channel IR remote system with  micro PIC 16F84 -  This project is a remote control system based on a pic and an universal remote controller  for TV, named SiMPLEX.   __ Designed by Alfred73

SMS remote control v2.2 -  Control up to 8 devices (On-Off  or Reset) by sending a SMS message from  any mobile phone, to  ericsson  T10s, of our circuit __ Designed by Vassilis Serasidis

Solar Charged LED Utility Light -  Tired of always spending money on flashlight batteries only to have them fail just when you need them? Try this simple circuit out.  it would make an excellent science fair project.  The white LEDs are quite bright, they provide enough light to illuminate a small room at night.  The LEDs produce a nicely focused beam.  You can read by the light of this device.   __ Designed by G. Forrest Cook

Solid State Remote Control Switch -  Here is a solidstate remote control switch which uses readily available electronic components.  The control circuit comprises the transmitter and receiver sections.  The range of the transmitter is around seven metres.  The transmitter...__ Electronics Projects for You

Super Remote -  Using a PIC 12F683 and a few transistors, it is theoretically possible to boost the power to a standard 433 MHz remote transmitter module. (Note hypothetical image at right)  __ Designed by Luhan Monat-Mesa Arizona

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