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IR TV Remote Controller
October 16, 2019
6:33 am
Lois
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Can you write a program to control the Edison with an infrared tv remote controller?

October 17, 2019
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Yes, you absolutely can!

The relevant function you need to use is Ed.ReadRemote() . To see more tips how to get this working, while you are in the EdPyApp, look up this function in the right side documentation panel.

You can also see a simple example program here: http://www.edpyapp.com/share/e9s8m 

November 15, 2019
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Lois said

Can you write a program to control the Edison with an infrared tv remote controller?  

Make sure you first program the Edison to recognise each remote code you press. This is in the code printout – https://meetedison.com/content/Edison-robot-barcodes.pdf

e.g. run the edison over the barcode then press the remote control button you want to assign to it.  Then in your program it will recognise the button. kissedison

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