IrDA2 Board is a tool for developing devices that use Infra red communication.
The board features the MCP2120 IrDA encoder/decoder and TFDU4101 diode.
IDC10 connector is used for easy connection with peripheral modules.
The IrDA2 board features the MCP2120 infrared encoder/decoder placed between the UART and infrared (IR) optical transceiver. The modulation and demodualtion method is performed in accordance with the IrDA standard. The TFDU4101 diode is an infrared transceiver module compliant with the latest IrDA physical layer standard for fast infrared data communication.
Examples provided with this board will show you how to connect the IrDA encoder/decoder to a microcontroller easily. Each example contains a detailed description of the relevant program including comments. All examples can be downloaded from this page as well.
Example of sending data to a PC.
Sending data from A/D converter to IrDA.
Example of sending data to other Irda receiver.
Sending data from a PC to Irda receiver.
Sending data from temperature sensor to Irda receiver.
Sending data from push button to Irda receiver.
Example of sending data from PS/2 keyboard to Irda receiver.
Controlling Irda receiver with a PC via RS232 communication.
Controlling Irda receiver with a PC via USB communication.
Example of sending data from MMC card to Irda receiver.
IrDA2 board is ideal for wireless infra red data communication with PC or other devices, remote controllers for home applicances and other.
Data Communication rates up to 115.2kbaud
Includes UART to IrDA standard bit encoder/decoder functionality
Interfaces with IrDA compliant transcievers with 1.63us Transmit/Receive format
Low power consumption
Board is designed to use both 3.3V and 5V power supply.
Integrated IrDA stack ensures easy, effortless communication
Safe to use in every environment.
Ready-to-use examples save development time.
Supported in all MikroE compilers