Remote control tester circuit electronic.
The tester is designed around infrared receiver module TSOP1738. Operation of the remote control is identified by a tone from the buzzer. The circuit is sensitive and has a range of about 5 metres. The integrated IR receiver detects, amplifies and demodulates IR signals from the remote control unit. The piezobuzzer connected at its output sounds to tell us the existence of transmission from the remote control unit.
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