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IR - Infrared Receiver (TSOP38238) (TSOP 38238 infrared receiver)
Description:

IR (Infrared) sensor tuned to 38KHz, perfect for receiving commands  from a TV remote control. Runs at 3V to 5V so it's great for use on the  Raspberry Pi!

To use, connect pin 3 (all the way to the right) to  5V power, pin 2 (middle) to ground and listen on pin 1. It doesn't do  any decoding of the signal, just passes the 'raw data' along.

Specifications:
  • Carrier Frequency: 38kHz
  • Transmission Range: 45m
  • Directivity: 45°
  • Supply Voltage Min: 2.5V
  • Supply Voltage Max: 5.5V
  • Supply Current: 350µA
  • Opto Case Style: Through Hole
  • Operating Temperature Min: -25°C
  • Operating Temperature Max: 85°C
  • Packaging: Each
  • Operating Temperature Range: -25°C to 85°C
  • SVHC: No SVHC (16-Dec-2013)
  • Supply Voltage Range: 2.5V to 5.5V
  • Manufacturer: VISHAY MINICAST AGC2
Contents:
  • 1x Infrared Receiver
Resources:
R14.90  Inc VAT
FLIRC V2 - RPi USB XBMC IR Remote Receiver (Flirc IR receiver)

Description:

The FLIRC USB dongle allows the use of any remote control with your Raspberry Pi. Configure the device on your desktop PC, then simply plug into your Pi for a perfect media centre companion! Amaze your friends and family when the tiny box stuck to the back of your TV controls your entire media collection using an old DVD remote!

New Flirc Version 2 is smaller, lighter and much more professional!

FLIRC learns from any remote control, not caring about different vendor protocols. Just walk through the super simple setup - pairing individual remote buttons with 'Media Centre Buttons' and you're done. It's basically a universal IR receiver, so can be used with any remote you choose, old, new or Universal! The best part about FLIRC is that it can be used to mimic a keyboard so every media center application understands it without any drivers. You can map all keyboard functions to a remote using FLIRC - it's very cool! FLIRC runs across all platforms including the Raspberry Pi, so you can use it on your PC, laptop or Mac!
 
Tutorials
 
We've written an entire step by step guide for FLIRC which includes:
  • Setting up OSMC (XBMC) media operating system on the Raspberry Pi.
  • Setting up your FLIRC module and porting it to any remote.
  • Putting it all together!
  • More advanced FLIRC programming - porting an entire keyboard to a remote!

R389.90  Inc VAT
KY-022 Infrared Sensor Receiver Module (IR receiver board)
Description:

Infrared receiving module adopts 1838 infrared receiving head
Light resistance, strong electromagnetic interference, built-in infrared dedicated IC, can work under 500 lux light intensity
Widely used in remote control toys, satellite receivers, air conditioner, heater, electric fan, lighting and other home appliances.

Specifications:

Dimension: 6.4 x 7.4 x 5.1mm
Receiving angle: 90 °
Working voltage: 2.7 ~ 5.5V
Frequency: 37.9KHz
Receiving range: 18m

Package includes:

1 x Infrared sensor receiver module

Resources:

Wiki
R34.90  Inc VAT
10pcs 5mm 940nm IR Infrared Diode Emitter/Receiver LED kit (infra red LED kit(10))
Description:

This handy LED 940nm Infrared Transmitter & Receiver Pair is ideal for making your projects remote-operated, for the ultimate in convenience.

Specifications:

  • Size: 5mm
  • Length: 37mm
  • Emitted colour: Infrared
  • Lens color: Black/Clear
  • wavelength: 940nm
  • Forward voltage (V): 1.2-1.4V
  • Forward current (mA): 100mA
  • Transmitting and receiving distance: about 7-8 Meters

Package includes:

5 x Emitter IR Infrared Diode
5 x Receiver IR Infrared Diode
R59.90  Inc VAT
433 Mhz Superheterodyne RF Receiver and Transmitter Modules (tx rx modules 433mhz)
Description:

The kit includes one pair of transmitter and receiver modules and one pair of spring antennas for increasing the communication distance. The frequency is 433MHz. It is very popular for remote control systems, such as Remote control rolling gates, robotics, smart home, etc.

Short antenna for Transmitter
Long antenna for Receiver

About the transmitter module (square shape):

Model: WL102-341
Material: Plastic Metal
Color: shown as pictures
Size: 16×12×1mm
Operating frequency: 433.92 MHz
Mains input voltage range: 2.0V-3.6V
Shutdown mode current is less than 1uA
Transfer rate: up to 20KHz
Launch distance: 20-100 meters
External antenna: 25cm ordinary multi-core or single-core line
Temperature range: -45℃~85℃

About receiver module (rectangular shape):

Model: RX470-4 (RX470-4 is WL101-341 upgraded version, more stable performance, faster data transfer)
Material: Plastic Metal
Color: shown as pictures
Size: 30×9×1mm
Operating frequency: 433.92 MHz
Mains input voltage range: 2.2V-5V
Working current: Type: 2.1mA (Requirement:VDD=5V) ; Type: 2.1mA (Requirement:VDD=3V)
Quiescent Current: 1uA
Temperature range: -40℃~85℃
External antenna: 32cm single core wire, wound into a spiral

What's in the box?

1 x 433MHz RF transmitter module
1 x 433MHz RF receiver module
2 x 433MHz spring antennas (Short antenna for Transmitter; long antenna for Receiver.)

Resources:

Configure and read a 433Mhz RF Transmitter With Receiver on the Raspberry Pi
R24.90  Inc VAT
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