Assembled USB infrared remote control receiver/transmitter v2 designed by DangerousPrototypes.com. Use a remote control with your computer, view infrared signals on a logic analyzer, capture and replay remote control buttons, and play TV POWER codes.
NEW: 100mA constant current IR transmitter with improved range
NEW: Infrared frequency measurement
NEW: Pin breakout area
Infrared remote control decoder (RC5)
Infrared signal logic analyzer
Capture and replay infrared signals
USB connection, USB bootloader for easy updates
Supported in WinLIRC
Open source (CC-BY-SA)
The internal self-test is performed on each IR Toy before it ships.
Infrared Toy Manual
Infrared Toy v2 hardware design overview
Infrared Toy forum
This open source hardware and software is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
This product is designed by Dangerous, If you encounter any problems when using this product, please request technical support in the forum.
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never seemed to work I received the USB Infrared Toy v2 very excited to read out the IR code of my TV remote control.
I installed the driver, it shows up as a COM Port in windows device manager, all fine.
Starting selftest tool on correct COM port, doesnt work:
Opening IR Toy on COM10 at 115200bps...
Starting IR TOY self-test...
Error sending data
Getting self-test result...
after this the IR Toy v2 is shown as Unknown Device in the Device Manager and I dont even have a COM port to it anymore, unplug and reconnect doesnt help it comes back as unknown device. trying again the next day it shows up again as COM port. But once I use it turns into the unknown device. Same with WinLIRC.
Maybe by piece is damaged. I dont know. As shipping to Europe is as expensive as the Toy itself, I didnt bother with it anymore. Instead I bought a banana pro, with Armbian it does what I want, i.e. reading the IR codes as ON/OFF times.