16 Channel Tiny InfraRed Remote Controller – NEC Code

  • Rajkumar Sharma
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16 Channel Infra-Red remote controller is built around PIC16F73 Microcontroller from Microchip. The receiver part follows NEC Code Format. Tiny receiver provides 16 latch outputs. All outputs are TTL and can drive Relay board or solid state relay. The circuit uses TSOP1738 Infra-Red receiver module which provides high degree of noise immunity against interfering light source.

For Philips RC5 code check this project: 16 Channel InfraRed remote controller ā€“ RC5 Philips Code

Features

  • Supply Remote Transmitter 3V CR2025 Battery
  • Supply Receiver 7V to 12V DC
  • Modulation 38Khz
  • NEC Code Format
  • Operating range up to 10-15 feet
  • 2 Pin Screw Terminals for Supply Input
  • On Board Power LED
  • Onboard VT (Valid Transmission) LED
  • All 16 Channels are Latch Outputs
  • All Outputs TTL Level provided with Header Connector

Application

  • Robotics
  • Lights
  • Fans
  • Home Appliances
  • Remote Door closer
  • Remote Curtains
  • Security Systems

Schematic

16-Channel-Tiny-Infra-Red-Remote-Controller-NEC-H011 sch

Parts List

16-Channel-Tiny-Infra-Red-Remote-Controller-NEC-bom

Photos

16-Channel-Tiny-Infra-Red-Remote-Controller-NEC-003

16-Channel-Tiny-Infra-Red-Remote-Controller-NEC-PIC01

Video

PCB

Comments

  • Subhash

    How I program the PICs

    3 years ago
  • CAN I SELECT THE MODE? PULSE OR LATCH?

    2 years ago
    • admin

      No this is not possible. It is designed to latch the outputs.

      2 years ago
  • Sreenu

    Which PICkit uses this program sir

    2 years ago
    • admin

      Any PICkit version will work.

      2 years ago
  • Pankaj

    Can i please get the ā€œCā€ source code for PIC?

    11 months ago
    • Unfortunately the source code isn’t available from the author. Sorry for that.

      11 months ago

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