Reply-To: "Martin Riddle"
From: "Martin Riddle"
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Subject: Re: I'm looking for a plastic enclosure...
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Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 23:06:20 GMT
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Better Yet Just by a remote (programable maybe) and decode the default
You could even use the one or ones you have.
Lotsa RC5 Philips routines out there for the pic and such. Just dial in a
philips TV or VCR and your set.
"Joseph Legris" wrote in message
> "Wouter van Ooijen (www.voti.nl)" wrote:
> > >I'm looking for a plastic enclosure with buttons built in (4-6
> > >buttons), similar to a remote-keyless-entry remote for a car, but
> > >somewhat larger so I can build my own IR transmitter (to control my
> > >spa while I'm in it ;-).
> > Something like www.reichelt.de TEKO 1112-4?
> > Or get a cheap pocket calculator and replace the internals?
> > Wouter van Ooijen
> > -- ------------------------------------
> > http://www.voti.nl
> > PICmicro chips, programmers, consulting
> Or buy a remote control and gut that. $10 maybe? Includes a free IR LED,
> a window, battery contacts, and a sculpted exterior.
> Best regards,
> Joseph Legris