ESPIRP project.

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ESPIRP project.

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After my OTGW project attracted a lot more interest than I ever expected, I decided to publish another device I made for my own use, which may also be useful for other people. It's an IR transmitter/receiver that interacts via MQTT, so it can be used by a home automation system for controlling equipment with an IR remote control.

The main difference with other IR transmitters currently available is the fact that new IR protocols can easily be added by providing their IRP specification. The IRP specification was created by John S. Fine. It provides a very compact way to exactly specify pretty much any IR signal ever invented.

While the device is built around commonly available components, it may be hard for an individual to have a circuit board made and obtain a front panel that allows IR signals to pass through. I have therefor once again found the Nodo shop willing to offer the device as a kit (Wemos D1 sold separately) that includes the PCB and enclosure.

Details can be found at https://espirp.tclcode.com/
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