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IR Code Analyser

identify remote control codes!

IR Code Analyser
Point any IR remote controller at this nifty device and its in-built microcontroller will quickly analyse the signal and reveal which of eight standard control protocols the controller is using.It’s a rare piece of entertainment equipment that does not come with its own remote controller. After a few years it’s easy to accumulate a drawer-full of (functional) controllers belonging to equipment long since consigned to showrooms at your local household amenity tip.Equipment manufacturers tend to use different controller protocols so it is rare to find by chance a controller from one manufacturer able to control equipment from another. All of the protocols used should however comply with one of the eight industry standards.
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Resistors:
R1,R2 = 220Ohm
R3 = 1kOhm 2
R4 = 100kOhm
P1 = 10kOhm preset H
Capacitors:
C1 = 10µF 16V radial
C2 = 100µF 16V radial
C3,C4 = 15pF
Semiconductors:
D1 = zener diode 5V1, 1 W
D2 = LED, high-efficiency, red
IC1 = 87LPC764 (programmed, order code 010029-41)
IC2 = SFH505A (TSOP1736, SFH5110-36, PIC26043SM, IS1U60, TFMS5360)
Miscellaneous:
K1 = 14-way flatcable
S1 = push-button, 1 make contact
X1 = 6MHz quartz crystal
Dot matrix display, 1 x 16 characters (MCC161A1-4, MCC161A2-3(Truly), LM161556 (Sharp)
9V battery with clip
Enclosure (Heddic 222)
On/off switch
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