Member #727914

Member Since: October 11, 2015

Country: United States

  • Very simple to use if you just need an easy way to remotely trigger some action. For simple triggering it doesn't require any of the IR-remote libraries that are available. Simply read the output pin, and when it goes low, activate whatever needs activating. I tried using it as a simple trigger with the four remotes I had handy (Panasonic, Samsung, Apple, and a generic) and it worked fine for all of them, working at least 20 feet away for any of them. If more detailed remote readings are required, there are libraries available for that.

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