Thank you very much.It looks like your device uses a PT2277 IC for decoding the code. This chip does not learn codes. The code is set by setting the address pins high, low or floating. In the picture of the etch side of your board you can see that a number of pins on the PT2277 have a strip of etch above and below them. One is at ground potential and the other is at Vcc potential You set the code by dridging the address pins to ground, Vcc or leave them floating. The PT2277 is a family of ICs that give different types of functionality. If the transmitter is not the one supplied with the receiver there is a good chance that it will not work.
Here is a link to the datasheet on the PT2277 family of devices.
|Thread starter||Similar threads||Forum||Replies||Date|
|H||Setup and Hold time issues in High speed PCB||Digital Design||4|
|M||Need to setup an Optical trigger using a Fairchild QRB1134||General Electronics Chat||13|
|Access ESP8266 and Wireless Temperature Sensor strictly through USB connection for driver setup||Microcontrollers||1|
|MIT Wireless Power Transfer Setup - Have some Questions on it||Power Electronics||3|
|T||Wireless energy transmission: practical troubleshooting of my setup||General Electronics Chat||5|
|Setup and Hold time issues in High speed PCB|
|Need to setup an Optical trigger using a Fairchild QRB1134|
|Access ESP8266 and Wireless Temperature Sensor strictly through USB connection for driver setup|
|MIT Wireless Power Transfer Setup - Have some Questions on it|
|Wireless energy transmission: practical troubleshooting of my setup|
by Jake Hertz