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  • i need a visual basic OCX for an generic infrared receiver

    i need a visual basic OCX for an generic infrared receiver so i can make my own software and have it be more stable to my needs

    would anybody have one or make me one please ?
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    Re: i need a visual basic OCX for an generic infrared receiver

    I think I read somewhere that you made yourself a IRMan? if thats the case lemmie know and I can help you out.


    for the IRMan you can just use the MSComm ActiveX control that comes shipped with Visual Studio/Basic with some really basic code....

    if thats what your after let us know...
    Project - GAME OVER :(

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    • #3
      cuz i am in a nice mood today u are in luck...here

      http://home12.inet.tele.dk/mkaratha/

      keep in mind i recommend u write that code in c/c++ using threads much better that way.
      abcd-1
      Author of CobraI,II,III and now CobraIV.
      You can contact me on AOL instant messenger....nick is cenwesi or cenwesi3

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      • #4
        to cenwesi



        the link to the infrared remote is broken and my ir receiver is one of those simple radischasck parts ir receivers
        Apple Ipod 20gig 4th gen black and white. Saves you lots of time. and a pocketpc with wifi for the ocasional email cheking and mapping at a hotspot.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by babas151
          my ir receiver is one of those simple radischasck parts ir receivers
          this wont work very well at all, espically in the car environment. get an IRMan - otherwise I cant help you anymore.
          Project - GAME OVER :(

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          • #6
            i'm going to buy an irman during this summer and i'll keep the one i built for my desktop
            Apple Ipod 20gig 4th gen black and white. Saves you lots of time. and a pocketpc with wifi for the ocasional email cheking and mapping at a hotspot.

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            • #7
              damn.... there are other sites on the web that shows u how. And yes, that Radio Shack ir will NOT work well in car environment...u will get too many interference.... Yes get IRman..
              abcd-1
              Author of CobraI,II,III and now CobraIV.
              You can contact me on AOL instant messenger....nick is cenwesi or cenwesi3

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              • #8
                Originally posted by cenwesi
                damn.... there are other sites on the web that shows u how. And yes, that Radio Shack ir will NOT work well in car environment...u will get too many interference.... Yes get IRman..

                OMG! this is a first. Charles has agreed with not one but two points I have raised!! Lucky I was sitting down when I read this.!


                could this be a new side to Charles????? hrm..... only time will tell.

                hehehehehe..
                Project - GAME OVER :(

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                • #9
                  i found another whay to get the input from the receiver. since it sends the data directly to the serial port i used a serial communicaion source code but my problem is still the same . > i dont get the same response each time i push the same button i think i'll just wait to get an IRMAN instead
                  Apple Ipod 20gig 4th gen black and white. Saves you lots of time. and a pocketpc with wifi for the ocasional email cheking and mapping at a hotspot.

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                  • #10
                    now I understand your problem! narr.... you will not often get the same signals in a row. The IRMan has the advantage that it uses a crystal to keep its detection circuit a very precise time interval.

                    A software based system is gonna suffer quite a bit from timing changes. I did once try what you wanted to do, using a 555 timer as an external clock, but even so I need to write software to filter out bad codes and accept good ones.. In the end I got it working about 70-85% accurate.

                    then I put it in the car, and nothing!!! thus the need for the IRMan.... save yourself heartache, get an IRman!
                    Project - GAME OVER :(

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