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Very simple! Only need the remote control of home appliances and microcontroller attiny2313. Also need a sensor TSOP1736, button, a pair of LEDs and a soldering iron. page ...
You can use any sensor TSOP with the end of the marking "36. " It is at such a frequency (36kHz) set all the control panels.
To increase the load carrying capacity of the module, I used a chip ULN2004. But you can do without it. The frequency of the microcontroller is inserted 4 ...
I applied two-color (red / green) LED with common cathode
clicking on the red LED lights and the team came from the control panel is written in the nonvolatile memory of the microcontroller, so learning takes place teams. ...
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