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DIY Canon IR Remote

Hardware components: Atmel ATtiny13a CHF 1.25 × 1 Osram SFH409 IR Diode CHF 0.75 × 1 Battery holder CR1220 CHF 0.65 × 1 Coin Cell Battery CR1220 3V × 1 Push Button CHF 0.25 × 1 Resistor 15Ω CHF 0.07 × 1 Micro Slide Switch SK12D07 CHF 0.28 × 1 Hand tools and fabrication machines: Soldering iron (generic) 3D Printer (generic) Story Introduction Canon SLR cameras have two ways of remote triggering: Either via ...

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Remote Temperature Monitoring using GSM – AVR Project

Temperature monitoring have wide application in daily life. In modern day keeping an eye on temperature of places such as server rooms, hospital rooms, warehouses and green houses can help solve many problems. But with the use of normal temperature sensors, someone needs to go to the place in order to view the temperature. But with the development of GSM network, one can easily connect the sensor with GSM n ...

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Tic-Tac TV Remote Jammer

Pretty simple. Have a look at this picture above. The usual TV remote sends a pulsed IR signal which has some instruction encoded in it, like increase or lower the volume, or changing the channel. This remote jammer, however, sends a steady IR pulse at about 40kHz. This pulse has no data encoded in it. Hence the TV receiver receives no instruction, even if some one else is frantically pressing buttons on th ...

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IR remote tester

O circuito não necessita de muitos componentes...basta um microcontrolador, um receptor de infravermelhos e alguns leds para indicarem o nível de dados recebidos pelo comando. Funciona com qualquer comando desde que seja infra-vermelhos. O microcontrolador que usei foi o 12F683 da Microchip em formato SOIC. Apenas precisa de 2 pilhas AAA e consome apenas 0.8mhA em standby e 1.2mhA em detecção contínua. The ...

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Remote controlled switch using Atmega 328p

Ever dreamt of controlling an appliance like a CFL or a fan at your finger tips and thinking for a cheap solution? Well, then you are looking at the right instructable!! This instructable will provide you with a cheap and best possible solution to control your switch operated appliances through an existing IR remote using a simple electronic circuit which uses an Atmega-328 microcontroller. Step 1: Things y ...

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DIY Nikon DSLR IR Remote with MSP430

Three years back in time, I bought Nikon D3000 DSLR. I started shooting, but the moment I needed remote, came one day (more over night), during on night photography session. I checked all local suppliers, but the prices were high. I ordered one from China. The problem with orders from China is that they take time. I started waiting and one day I made my IR remote, using the MSP430. It doesn’t use the Launch ...

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Multifunction 330 MHz Remote Control With an ATTINY2313 Simulating the PT2264 Encoder

This 330 MHz remote control sends timed sequences of control pulses to accomplish complicated tasks. You can probably tell that I used a lot of solder flux on this board. Lots of flux not only helps the solder wet to the copper, but it also greatly reduces solder bridges. You can probably tell that I used a lot of solder flux on this board. Lots of flux not only helps the solder wet to the copper, but it al ...

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