Took a quick look at the web page, looks like it came from a VCR,
it should work is my guess, I have no experience with them, just
a guess. You should breadboard it first. Check that it does not draw
too much current for the RS232 self powered circuit.
On Fri, May 17, 2002 at 07:15:01AM +0100, Johan Ronstr=F6m wrote:
> I hope this list covers the hardware part of getting the LIRC to work...
> I have got a GP1U5 (the same as used by Seattle Robotics:
> http://www.seattlerobotics.org/guide/infrared.html) and I just wonder:
> Is it useable in the standard home-brewn-schematics shown on LIRC.org? =
> seem to find any information about it easily on the internet.
> Thanks /=20
> Johan Ronstr=F6m
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