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Arduino and Infra-Red (IR) Obstacle Detection / Proximity Sensing / Line counter, with 320x480 LCD interface

AbstractThe infrared sensor consists of two parts, an infrared transmitter and an infrared receiver. The IR transmitter excite a source of infrared light with a center wavelength range of 830nm-950nm. The power of the infrared light excited is proportional to the current injected. The infrared receiver is a semiconductor device for translating the infrared light signal into the electrical signal. The IR module can be used for intellectual robot, obstacle avoidance / detection, counter device in the pipeline, black and white lines tracking device, etc.Nowadays, the beautiful TFT LCD screens are getting cheaper and using it in an embedded design, makes it more user friendly. In this instructable, also explains connecting the 320x480, 3.5Inch TFT LCD, with ILI9488 driver and SPI interfacing into Arduino. The LCD can be connected to the Arduinos SPI bus. It needs minimum number of port pins (4).The IR sensor (obstacle / object detector) will detect ...

Since the Consumer IR protocols are for the most part not standardized, computers and universal remotes often memorize a bit stream, possibly with compression and possibly without determining the actual bit rate, and play it back. In this post, we show how to use Arduino to receive and decode the ...

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How to Use IR Remotes with Arduino (Current and Updated)

How to Use IR Remotes with Arduino (Current and Updated!!!)

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Control Your Home Appliances Using IR Remote

Hello everyone, In this instructable we will be using Arduino And Relay module to control home appliances using IR remote.Controlling home appliances using IR remote is basics of home automation.Once done you can use the same method to control other appliances around your house like Fan, Coffee maker, e.t.c.How it works?When you hit a key on your remote, the transmitting IR LED will blink very quickly for a fraction of a second, transmitting encoded data.The Arduino recive these encoded data using IR receiver and performs a pre-specified function.