Universal IR remote control from smartphone
The smartphone has long migrated from the category of ordinary phones that are used purely for calls. Hundreds of different applications allow you to turn your smartphone into various digital devices, thus greatly simplifying our lives. Today, I want to show you how to make a universal IR remote control remote from almost any smartphone with which you can control TVs, music centers and other equipment.We need absolutely a little: two IR LEDs that you can tear out from old remotes or buy -HERE. Three and a half millimeter jack plug from old headphones or buy -HERE.Smartphone with Android system and Internet for downloading the application from Google Play.Then I shortened the output, because they were too long. Then he bit off with a wire cutter the common wire at the plug and soldered the LEDs to the central terminals. Everything turned out pretty neat.Now for all this you need a case. Since I took the new plug with the case, I simply cut off the top of the stationery knife and assembled the entire console.
Infrared remote control scheme from smartphoneAll you need isSo it is soldered to the connector two LEDs counter-parallel. And your prefix will be ready. You need to solder to the left and right channel outputs, the general output will not be used.
Assembling an IR consoleFirst of all, I glued the LEDs together with super glue, twisted the output and sealed it.
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