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AXE020

Connecting TSOP38238 IR Receiver to AXE020 + 28x1

Hello LMRians,

I am using a Picaxe 28x1, and AXE020 project board and a TSOP38238 IR Receiver

Failed at the first hurdle!

Hello guys,

I'm asking for advice as I've failed at the first hurdle with my Start Here Robot. I thought I would first make an LED flash using the PICAXE chip but so far I cannot connect to the chip to upload the software!

I am using a PICAXE28X1 and an AXE020 project board as bought in the lovely Start Here bundle!

Serial Pins on AXE020

 

On the tutorial Picaxe for dummies Fritsl says the following:

connecting an i2c device with an AXE020 project board.

I've been thinking about playing around with 

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