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Feb 10, 2013, 01:55 pm Last Edit: Mar 28, 2013, 12:52 am by RuiSantos Reason: 1
Hi guys,
I've recently made an Arduino project and I would like to share with you.
I'ts just a simple program using the IR library to control some LED's with an Arduino and a remote control.

you can watch my video to see it working and visit my website code and everything explained!
http://randomnerdtutorials.com/arduino-control-dc-motor-via-bluetooth/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQ7K8Jp3Jns



thanks I hope this helps anyone who's trying to do something similar!
Good luck
For some Awesome Arduino Projects  click -> www.randomnerdtutorials.com

Boffin1

Well done, thats cool.

So nice to see a newbie post :-

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I've recently made an Arduino project and I would like to share with you.


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How do I make a remote change an LED  ?


Well done, thats cool.

So nice to see a newbie post :-

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I've recently made an Arduino project and I would like to share with you.


instead of

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How do I make a remote change an LED  ?



thanks so much for your feedback!
i'm a newbie with the Arduino but with programming in C and Python i have much more experience,I've decided to post and share all my projects.
I'll be posting more stuff soon.
For some Awesome Arduino Projects  click -> www.randomnerdtutorials.com

Nick Gammon

Thanks for sharing. Nice and simple wiring, and the demo shows how easy it all is.

Would be interesting to know the range of the remote. :)
Please post technical questions on the forum, not by personal message. Thanks!

More info:
http://www.gammon.com.au/electronics


Thanks for sharing. Nice and simple wiring, and the demo shows how easy it all is.

Would be interesting to know the range of the remote. :)

yeah that would be a good idea to show or to try, but unfortunately I didn't remember that, i've tried at least 2 meters away and it worked... so i guess i could be a bit more far!
I've already started another project and i've took all the circuit apart but it's really easy to wire so probably tomorrow i will see how far I can be.
For some Awesome Arduino Projects  click -> www.randomnerdtutorials.com

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