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Brickz Bluetooth Infrared Transmitter

Brickz Bluetooth Infrared Transmitter

$32

Brickz is universal platform independent infrared transmitter for GNU Linux, MAC OS X, MS Windows and Android. Brickz is suitable for automation using infrared commands for digital signage systems, home automation and more

SKU: 2249.

Product Description

 

Brickz is a Open Source Platform Independent Bluetooth Infrared Transmitter / Blaster that supports GNU Linux, MS Windows MAC OS X and Android. Brickz allows you to transmit Pronto HEX Infrared codes via its built-in infrared LEDs or via a IR extender cable that connect to brickz via a 3.5mm Mono Audio jack. The unit is capable of connecting to the host PC via USB as well as Bluetooth. It shows up as a bluetooth serial port, when that interface option is used, or as a USB Serial Device if the USB Interface connection is used

 

Features:

  • – Bluetooth communication with the HOST SYSTEM / MCU
  • – USB Connection with the host System
  • – Built-in high power infrared leds
  • – Optional infrared transmitter extender
  • – Infrared operates at 940nm wavelength

 

Example Application:

  • – Digital signage infrared remote control & automation
  • – Home Automation & remote control
  • – Media remote control & automation systems

 

How It works?

Brickz listens for PRONTO HEX infrared codes via USB<>Serial or Bluetooth, simply connect to brickz via Bluetooth or USB open a terminal and type in the PRONTO code and hit enter, the command will be blasted through Brickz.If you are using Brickz with Android you can check out the example open source application that comes with brickz for sending pronto HEX codes. For detailed examples and usage, please refer to Brickz User’s Manual, available in this repo.

 

On MAC OS X and GNU Linux once you pair with Brickz you can send PRONTO HEX codes directly from the console or via a bash script. This gives you the ability to make automation using script or controlling infrared devices directly from the console, from a script or scheduling infrared commands via cron. On MS Windows you can use any terminal application such as realterm or putty to send infrared commands with Brickz, or use the SerialSend.exe command line utility to send Infrared Codes to Brickz.

 

Pairing and Infrared Transmission on MAC OS X

 

 

Downloads & Documentation

 

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