Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Its super simple and works flawlessly. However the Mythbuntu Control Contre config scripts would not allow for the transmitter to work at all, and irw did not work reliably either. You are commenting using your Twitter account. However, the LED is very dim, and I’m fairly sure it’s a 1. Then, I tried the following: Here’s the basic steps I took to get where I am, then my config files.
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Problem with LIRC configuration. You can either connect it to an external power supply, just make sure that the ground from the external supply is connected with ground on the Raspberry Pi as you need a common ground as reference.
Using a FTDI adapter as an IR emitter – O Falcão
Select all dmesg liirc ftdi [ 6. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: And also separately provides an option to choose the transmitter.
I could see nothing with my digital camera, like before. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here It would make the boards so much more hackable.
LIRC – Linux Infrared Remote Control
No output from irw. Ftci, to target the transmitter device, the socket file for the transmitter lircd instance is specified:. Using mode2, both pick up pulses and spaces when I point the remote at them and press a button. What is the voltage accross R2, it should be roughly 0. Mine is USB0 so I next take a look to verify that data is llirc to the PC with this command, and pressing a button on the remote.
If that wen’t well, great.
In order to make use of it, however, you need to install lirc. Could you try posting your hardware. Also I saw the info overlay ftdii up on the screen, so the dish appears to have received the signal.
The device driver has been specified in the hardware. The one I ended up using was BC, which when I looked lird the datasheet pdfs, didn’t seem altogether different from the BC Am I reading that right?
Then I guess I’d require two lirc daemons running, one for each?
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I thought it was just to do with the luminosity and angle of half intensity. To do so, you will need to have universeand multiverse enabled.
Then it tries version 2, which does work. Learn how your comment data is processed. Sorry for all the questions, it’s been so long since I’ve done anything this low-level I’m sure my understanding of a bunch of terms is patchy at best.
Lorc just added a description of a very simple receiver circuit at http: Now, the first thing I found I didn’t know, and couldn’t seem to find out easily, is that when I attach the ribbon cable, I’m not sure which ftfi at the other end are which pins.
As with irrecord, mode2 can be used to decode and output the IR signal of a remote that uses space encoding, again explicitly specifying the device and driver:. I think you can draw somthing like a couple of hundred milliamps before the polyfuse kicks in.
None of the combinations seem to work. Info is getting to lirc, but the driver might be wrong, or the lircd. Also, dmesg had nothing to say about it. Detected FTBM [ ftdl Some things that I’ve noticed that seem weird: