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Hi,

Is it possible for a same IR to act both as a tx and a rx?
If so, is there any kind of specifications for it?
Please suggest

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Hi,
   I am not sure what advantage you expect from a transmitter and receiver in the same package ?

   I have used side facing Emitters and detectors to make a single unit -



It works well for line following, counting and rpm measuring applications, I have not tested it over distance but would expect a 38khz system would be better over distance where noise resilience is more important.

http://rcarduino.blogspot.com/2011/12/traction-control-part-11-monitoring.html

If you needed a 38khz signal system, you could take a similar approach.

Duane B

rcarduino.blogspot.com






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