IRMP on STM32 - a USB IR receiver/sender/powerswitch with wakeup-timer
A remote control receiver with many functions based on cheap hardware.
For 4 - 8 € you can buy on ebay a ST-Link emulator or a STM32F103 development board, manufactured in China usually. Onto the STM32F103 mikrocontroller on it an open source firmware with many functions will be flashed.
- connection via USB
- registers as HID device, no driver needed, appears as /dev/hidraw or "Custom HID device"
- transfers the data via USB2 in hardware with fullspeed
- IR receiver (ca. 40 protocols decoded in hardware)
- switch PC on via remote control from S3 (STR) and S4 (STD) via USB or from S3, S4 and S5 (SoftOff) via motherboard-switch (+5V needed, on USB or from PSU or motherboard)
- switch PC on via build in timer from S3 (STR) and S4 (STD) via USB or from S3, S4 and S5 (SoftOff) via motherboard-switch (+5V needed, on USB or from PSU or motherboard)
- IR sender (ca. 40 protocols)
- send IR Codes via configurable remote control button
- the configuration is stored in the emulated eeprom