IRDA - Infrared -Switch&LED Dimmer

IRDA ist ein IR-Aktor mit Schaltrelais oder alternativ mit Mosfet-Schaltung zum Schalten von diversen Verbrauchern und Dimmen von LED-Streifen per Infrarot.
Das Board ist klein gehalten (47x37mm) und lässt sich dadurch einfach hinter Möbel oder in kleinen Gehäusen einbauen. Das IR-Extension Board gibt die Möglichkeit mit der Led den Schaltstatus oder das Empfangen von IR-Signalen zu visualisieren und mittels Taster auch den Schaltausgang zu schalten.

Weiters habe ich auch einen "Teach in"  implementiert mit dem es möglich ist benutzerdefinierte Tasten mit einer Schaltfunktion zu belegen.

Vielseitige Einsatzmöglichkeiten, LED- Hintergrundbeleuchtung für TV, Schalten von mehreren Verbrauchern (TV,SAT,DVD,usw...) um z.Bsp. den Standby Stromverbrauch zu minimieren, Schalten von elektr. Leinwänden (oder. Rolläden), und noch viele weitere Möglichkeiten.


Für eigene Software-Entwicklungen steht eine standard 6-Pin Atmel ISP Schnittstelle und eine weitere Debuging-Schnittstelle zur verfügung.

 


In meiner Euphorie habe ich mir etwas zu viele Prints machen lassen, d.h. ich habe noch einige übrig (maschinell bestückt wie auch unbestückt). Wenn du interesse hast, bitte einfach eine Mail an: r-tec[at]rohrhofer(dot)org

 


 

 

Der erste Prototyp

Relais Version (+IR Extension)
Relais Version (r.h. Relaisversion mit IR-Extension-Board)

 

Mosfet Prototyp
Mosfet PWM Version


IRDA-Youtube-Demoyoutube

IRDA - Infrared -Switch/-LED Dimmer - DEMO - on Youtube

April 24, 2013 3:49 PM


 

Technische Daten

Relais Version:

Versorgung: 12V DC
Schaltleistung: 230V / 8A
Schaltmöglichkeiten: EIN/AUS/Toggle
Programmieren via "Teach-In"

Mosfet Version:

Versorgung: 6-24V DC
Schaltleistung:  2A (8A mit Kühlkörper am Mosfet)
Schaltmöglichkeiten: EIN (100%) /AUS/Dimmen(20,30,40,50,60,70,80,90)
Programmieren via "Teach-In"

 

Das Anschluss-Schema

 

IRDA description

 

Die Schaltung

Schematic

Der Entwurf

 

 

 


Download

Download:

Release V3.00

 


 

Kommentare  

 
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0 #11 Super User - nightflyer502 2016-08-22 18:16
Hi at all!
I have still so many prints left and will not use it. If you want one for free. I will send it to you!
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+1 #10 Rahul 2014-03-20 12:08
Hi again !

Finally found the time to test the new hex file. Was working great till I decided to power cycle a few times. The saved state was not working and neither was the last dimming function. Google to the rescue. Discovered that the trick was to enable the brownout detection to 2.7v. All is great and no eeprom corruption. Great bit of coding . thanks
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0 #9 Rahul 2014-03-08 06:51
hi

thanks for the upload. haven't tested it yet. will let you know . I owe you a few beers and many thanks .

regards

Rahul
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0 #8 Hannes 2014-03-06 14:11
Hello!

I have compiled a version with saving the last state in the eeprom.
Unfortunaly i was not able to test it with hardware (I'm very busy in the moment), so please tell me if it works.

Greets
Hannes
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0 #7 Rahul 2014-03-06 10:57
Hi Hannes

unfortunately I the best I can do is Prom the tiny. I have no idea how to code. I guess I am stuck.

Regards

Rahul
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0 #6 Hannes 2014-03-05 10:58
That function is for now not implemented, but if you would like to add it, feel free to edit my sources "Bascom Project - LED PWM"

I will be happy if you send me your version of the code.

Regards
Hannes
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0 #5 Rahul 2014-03-05 10:43
Yay

success it is dimming and everything . :-) thanks .
just wondering if I can save a dimming setting ?. we have a lot of power cuts here

thanks
Rahul
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0 #4 Hannes 2014-03-05 08:39
Hi!

If one Led ist flashing it is a good sign that your ir-remote is the rigth one.

It's some time ago that i programmed this thing, but what i rember is that you have to push the button to programm the signals.

once you have pushed the button you have to enter the buttons you like, 100%,90&,80%,.. . and so on.
At last one of the led blinks fast, that is the sign that the controller has stored the values in the eeprom.

and that should be all :-)

Regards
Hannes
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0 #3 Rahul 2014-03-05 08:03
Hi Hannes

Thanks for your quick reply. I have programmed this using your PWM hex file. Unfortunately I am unable to understand how to use this with my remote . it is a tv remote Phillips . when I press the program button on the board the leds flash but I am unable to get the LED strip to dim. One Led flashes when I press any of the remote buttons. Does this have a save last state function .ie if the power is switched of does it return to the last brightness. About your ready built PCBS this is just a little something for my sons bedroom night light . perfboard will be hidden under the bed. Thanks anyway

Regards
Rahul
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