1. ikoruh

    Undervolted IR Receivers on Optical Keyboard

    Hi, the top row of my optical keyboard doesn't register keystrokes. I measured the voltage of the IR sensors; the IR receivers on the top row are 1.27 while on the other rows it's 2.79, and all the emitters are the same at 0.05. I don't know much about electronics so any help would be...
  2. DonBradman

    Can IR Sensor TCRT1000 and TCRT5000 operate at 12V?

    I asked chat GPT, and it said TCRT1000 and TCRT5000 are not suited for ops above 5V. But interestingly I have read a research paper where TCRT1000 has been used at 9V. I would like help decoding these datasheets and understanding whether its safe to use these sensors at 12V, I don't really trust...
  3. M

    Read data from USB devices

    Hello, I have received a infrared multi-touch frame (Nexio HID Multi-Touch ATI0320-10) where my boss asked me to check if I can make a program that count the number of times I interact with the frame (everytime an object enters the grid). I need to display the amount of times I interacted with...
  4. flipper2222222

    IR infra red frequency convertor

    hi everyone, not sure if this is even possible, maybe someone knows of a way. I have a IR blaster that sends at 38kHz and a device that has a 37kHz infra red system. is there a IR convertor \ relay that can make the receiving device (cable set top box) accept the commands of the sending...
  5. kjrr.2136

    Arduino Wifi/IR Universal remote with "ADD" button

    I want to build a ir cloner and transmitter for electronic devices (tv, home theatre,AC,etc) with NODE MCU so that i can control all the devices over wifi with my phone. There are may tutorials for making this type of project but all of them include manually inputting the "ir code"(not sure...
  6. Feinberg

    IR receiver resolder?

    Hello everyone, I have recently bought an GU 5.3 socket 12V RGB LED spot with an IR remote. For my project, I would need the IR receiver to be outside of the lamps housing. Can I simply desolder the IR receiver and resolder it to the circuit board using wires and place it outside of the lamps...
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