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now I get it dude that information of supllying 5 mA is for a given voltage that goes to say if it supports 5 volts that means that the ir can handle with the current that is correspondend to 5 volts ?
I have a doubt , i ve seen the data sheet of the ir receiver and it says that it only stands a 5 mA current . However arduino is supllying more current in the pin that you ve selected . And the ir supports 2.5 to 5 volts so it will also support 20mA ?
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