Remote Controlled LED Bar

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by liquidwayweb, Jun 17, 2007.

  1. liquidwayweb

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    Jun 17, 2007
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    I'm trying to form a bar with 2 rows of LED lights that are triggered by a remote (on when pressed, off when not) 10 LEDs per row...

    Can a single Lithium battery sustain off and on usage for at least 20-30 hours of usage...and if not, how would I situate resistors, capacitors, or whatnot...

    I know SIMPLE circuitry, however, not when soldered to a breadboard. If anyone is interested in helping me...I would greatly appreciate it.
     
  2. Ron H

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    What controls the number of LEDs which are turned on? Or are all 20 of them always on when the remote is activated?
     
  3. mrmeval

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    If you're using a standard remote you will need to know the codes for it and will need to know what frequency it sends on. Standard is around 40khz and there are IR receivers for that and several other common frequencies.

    But why not design a circuit A that sends data serially to circuit B then when you've debugged that and it works you replace the wire with an RF data link.

    It may be a bit more complex but is doable.
    http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=7813

    An IRDA article is here
    http://www.eyetap.org/~tangf/irda_sir_linux.html
     
  4. liquidwayweb

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    All turn on at once when activate, then off when not.
     
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