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Here is how to build and Infrared Sensor using the QRD1114
One of : QRD1114 Light Sensor http://www.hvwtech.com/products_view.asp?ProductID=97 One of : 220 Ohm Resistor One of : 10 K Ohm Resistor One of :...
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brother, can I use TCRT5000 IR phototransistor instead of QRD11114 Please help
I want to turn on and turn off my LED table study lamp by moving my hand over a sensor. Hand over tuns on and hand over again to turn off. Do I need a infrared sensor and a flip flap?
What do you suggest? A simple one and as small as possible!!
I am really sorry i missed your comment.I dont have experince with IR sensor and Flip Flop circuit to be able to advise you on it.Easiest thing that i can suggest would be to use an Ultrasonic sensor to detect if you hand is there or not and it works in the dark.
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