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Air conditioner control via Andriod phone with the USB Infrared Toy

Posted on Friday, January 13th, 2012 in infrared by DP

Lumpeenjussi is using a BeagleBoard to run a web server that controls his air conditioner via the USB Infrared Toy transmitter.  An app on his Android phone interfaces with the server so he can control his AC from anywhere.

Via the forum.

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3 Responses to “Air conditioner control via Andriod phone with the USB Infrared Toy”

  1. dext3r says:

    Love it! Great job!

  2. R3tikus says:

    i love it! good work!

  3. Rogerio Francisco says:

    I´m trying to control some air conditioner by arduino, please how did you get to create the library for carrier air conditioner, is it possible to create it to others like (midea, Yorky, LG). Could you help me?

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