Simple code to translate one IR signal to another, using a receiver and an emitter in arduino
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IRTranslator

Simple code to translate one IR signal to another, using a receiver and an emitter in arduino

How to use it

This simple program uses the Arduino-IRremote that you can download from here: https://github.com/shirriff/Arduino-IRremote/

The hookup of the infrared receiver:

In my case i used a VS1838B, but you can find here several diagrams of receivers to know are each pin: http://arduino-info.wikispaces.com/IR-RemoteControl

Connect the OUT in the PWN number 2.

The hookup of the LED emitter:

This is even more easy, connect ground and the positive on pin 9 PWN (is case of MEGA version, others varies uses 3, 16 PWN points, to know wich it uses, just look at this line in the library: https://github.com/shirriff/Arduino-IRremote/blob/master/IRremoteInt.h#L254

Then upload, and start the serial monitor and:

Enter "O" to set up the output signals Enter "I" to set up the input signals

after that, is ready to use !

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Ipsilon Developments Inc. released under MIT license

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