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Have you ever wanted to use a good old knob to control your TV volume instead of repeated button pushing? Do you want your remote to be replaced by an awesome arduino and let it do the hard work of using a remote for you? Also if you just want to learn how to use IR to control your TV with your arduino this will help you gain some understanding.
Or maybe inspire some awesome project and instructable ideas!
In this instructable we will be using a 10k potentiometer, IR LED, and an Arduino to control the volume (or anything else you want) on a TV.
Here is a materials list NOTE: “*” means optional Arduino (or clone, but the arduino Leonardo has not worked for me) 10k potentiometer IR LED product Id=2049727 *NPN transistor and 1k resistor (if you want to amplify power to IR LED) *pushbutton *regular LED and 470 ohm resistor You will also need to download the IRremote library from this site: make shure to make it arduino 1.0/1.0.1 compatible by changing #include to #include in IRRemote Int.h. To get the really handy IR remote library that Ken Shirriff made go to download and install the library make sure to change #include in IRRemote Int.h.
(to open IRRemote Int.h and edit it, use Notepad on Windows, or Text Editor on Mac, but don’t open with arduino IDE because it won’t open with it.) to make it arduino 1.0/1.0.1 compatable On the page make sure to read about how to use the library and find the correct protocol for your device check out the sending example and test it to make sure it works on your arduino NOTE: picture 1 shows the sending code, and picture 2 shows the hardware setup for it.
then do the receiving test on your arduino to find out your remote hexadecimal codes by pointing your remote at the receiver and pressing the buttons you want the codes for, the see the codes in the Serial monitor.
make sure to write down the codes or store them somewhere for future use.
NOTE: picture 3 shows the receiving code, and picture 4 shows the hardware setup for the receiving code.
If you get all these to work then you are set to continue!
Here are the steps to building the arduino remote: hookup a pushbutton to pin 4 on your arduino, 5V, and ground with a 10k resistor connect the center pin of your potentiometer to analog pin 3 on your arduino, and the side pins to 5V and ground connect the long lead (“+”) of the indicator LED to pin 2 of your arduino with a 470 ohm (or whatever resistor works) resistor, and the short (“-“) lead to ground connect the long lead (“+”) of the IR LED to pin 3 of your arduino with a 100 ohm resistor, and the short lead (“-“) to ground NOTE: the first picture shows this basic circuit, and the ones after it show the steps listed above.