Linkit One Bluetooth AC Remoter
use your linkit one and bluetooth to control the midea AC.
The Linkit one doesn't have the essential library that normal Arduino has. So the Arduino-IRRemote cannot run on this board.
The command is provided by ArduMideaWrapper. Also it requires
Arduino-IRRemote, so it cannot run directly.
In the VKIRSender.h, I create a class, it provides the methods ArduMideaWrapper needs, and it rewrite these methods for Linkit One.
So, it works.
This project can determine the
also can set AC command and send it via
pin D10 for DHT->Data
pin D3 for IR Sender->SIG
Cause IR Sender need PWM, it can only use D2 or D3
remoter.ino -> Main RemoteGATT -> Used to set the AC Command RemoterService -> Used to get the temperature data VKIRSender -> Used to send IR signal midea -> modified from ArduMideaWrapper, it generate the command
I want to add some more functions.
For example, I can set a temperature, can the board can turn on the AC when it is too hot or too cold.
And so on...
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