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    IR Device that transmits data

    Is there an IR device that with a software (skinnable or we could with the library to control it over VB6) that can act as a remote control??

    Like there are for Pocket PCs and smartphones!!

    I want to have ym proccessor's remote on the PC!

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    Anyone!!

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    yes, its possbile, you just need any remote, and an ir reciever. then you train the reciever to recognize the remote's patterns and you're off.

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    I only have IRMan.. Will it work? How do I train the receiver? With which app?

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    Not sure I totally understand. The IRMan is a receiver, it isn't able to transmit data.
    However if you are looking at trying to control software with a normal (TV,Video,etc) remote control and the IRMan plugged into a PC, then there should be a wealth of software out there. Try looking at the evation web site: http://www.evation.com/software/windows.html

    Not sure how much of it is skinnable though, but once it's setup you don't generally need to play with it again.

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    I use girder for that!!!


    I want a device/software that can transmit certain IR codes!

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    yeah the UIRT is built will transmit and recieve codes. It was 5 years since i built mine so I suspect there is a new version - possibly with USB now. Really easy device to make.

    here you go... http://www.fukushima.us/UIRT2/

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