Am primit acum mult timp un elicopter de jucarie, de la cineva care il „maltratase” destul de bine. Era un coaxial cu comanda IR si efectiv avea elicele atat de „roase”, incat am crezut ca proprietarul l-a folosit sa tunda gazonul prin spatele casii 😀
Hey! I’ve managed to modify the remote control, reverse engineered in the PART 1 . The modification consists in soldering some wires to the coresponding pins of the IC, adding a homemade connector to the remote, and cutting a rather rectangular hole for that connector on the back side of the remote case. After getting the black connector through that back half of the case, I’ve fixed everything in place using hot glue. The next part it’s gonna be a video with a short test of the remote, controlled from the exterior using a relay board. Thanks!
After a looooong time of pause ( sorry for that…job and family issues, you get the idea), I’m back with a reverse engineering article of a radio remote control from a wireless socket kit (!like this one!) I’ve puchased a while ago to make my life easier. As having a rather messy working desk, it’s killing me inside when I have to turn on or off my desk lamp (the base of the lamp where’s the power button it’s hidden after tools and stuff) so a remote control it’s really welcomed.
This is one of my next posts in english and I’m starting to apologize for my bad spelling. Anyways let’s talk about serious stuff.
Some time ago I’ve found an interesting instructable about temperature data logging. As I had some of the parts laying around my desk and with the occasion of making the Universal Shield, I told to myself why not making an Arduino clock with date, temperature and humidity with data logging function?…