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Long range IR communication
lets you transmit IR at a range of up to 200m
Collected by 12 members
It is actually very simple you know...it' all based on two primary things: - LED won't be on at all times, so maybe we can get a little over that max current …
Sending IR codes in background
Allows you to send IR / remote codes in "background"
Collected by 15 members
Hello guys. After hours spent on the internet trying to understand how stuff works i came up with this piece of code. It simply sends out SONY remote codes, but the …
Serial Comunication (wires and IR)
transmit data via wires or IR from and to an MCU (Picaxe)
Collected by 2 members
(Notice: this walkthrough is going to be updated as i don't have time ATM to make videos and photos, so stay tuned!) INTRODUCTION: Hi guys, here's what i …
Simple PC to MCU communication
communicate data to your microcontroller unit via your pc
Collected by 5 members
Hello guys, this is a simple walkthrough that lets you understand how to do BASIC communication between your PC and your MCU (for now it's only from PC to MCU, …
Soldering - how to solder
This walkthrough explains the basics of soldering, really important thing to learn if we want our robots to be tough!
Collected by 13 members
here's the best one i've found so far,it really helps a lot. http://www.curiousinventor.com/guides/How_To_Solder
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