Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: PIC12C508A-based remote
Re: PIC12C508A-based remote
From: sophana <sophana_at_free.fr>
Date: Sat, 21 Dec 2002 09:29:29 +0100
That seems feasible. Very good Idea. Learning remotes should work by
measuring and storing time between all transitions, just like the UIR does.
I also have some of these IR sensors. But I dont have an archos remote. :-(
Still need batteries to power the sensor, but it should be much less power
consuming than a microcontroller.
When will you try?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Justin" <jaf60_at_it.canterbury.ac.nz>
To: "Rockbox" <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
Sent: Thursday, December 19, 2002 8:51 PM
Subject: RE: PIC12C508A-based remote
> >what about an infrared remote?
> >based on UIR Univerversal InfraRed design
> >Has anybody made a documentation of the remote specs.?
> I was planning to try building one, and I was thinking that you don't
> need to know any of the specs, if the following trick turns out to be
> Connect a standard IR sensor package (ie, the three-pin ones with
> built-in 40kHz filtering) directly to the remote pin of the audio
> socket, and to the power supply. With luck, this is all the hardware
> work that needs to be done. (And this can be done without soldering or
> warrenty voiding if necessary.)
> Buy a programmable IR remote, connect an IR LED to the output pin of the
> archos remote, and thus use the archos remote to program the
> programmable IR remote. My guess (and hope) is that the 9600baud signals
> will be reproduced by the learning remote, and if so, then the IR sensor
> package should convert them back to what appears to be logic signals as
> far as the jukebos is concerned.
> I've purchased the bits to do this, but haven't got around to trying it.
> If someone else wants to try it, I have some spare sensor packages I can
> mail you. (that's the part that general consumer electronics stores
> probably don't stock)
Received on 2002-12-21