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Wifi to Infrared Adapter – Irdroid wifi v3.0

Wifi to infrared adapter

Wifi to infrared adapter

The Irdroid Wifi to Infrared Adapter (Irdroid WIFI) provides Wi-Fi 802.11n connectivity to infrared (IR) devices in a small and slick enclosure that fits in the palm of your hand. It includes both a receiver and emitters to control all of your components.

The main features of the  Irdroid  Wifi to Infrared Adapter are:

  • Universal Wifi  infrared remote control for Android and PC
  • Extended remote control range (10+ meters )
  • User friendly remotes database browser
  • Compatibility with many LIRC clients for Android & windows/Linux
  • Wide operating angle (no need to point the device to the TV )
  • KISS design (Keep it simple)
  • Home automation via IR controllable devices.
  • Wifi 802.11n 150mbps Router
  • 1800maH power bank
  • Open source software & *hardware

The Irdroid Wifi to Infrared Adapter consist of two modules the Wifi to Infrared Adapter main unit which is actually running Openwrt Linux 3.10 and a USB Infrared transceiver unit , which assures the Infrared (IR) connectivity. The Wifi to Infrared Adapter main unit is based on RT5350 SoC which runs at 350MHz, 32MB SDRAM and 4 Megabytes of flash memory for the Linux Kernel and for the user level applications.

Irdroid Wifi  Interfaces:

  • Wi-Fi 802.11n wireless interface
  • Ethernet interface
  • USB 2.0 Interface

Supported Applications for Android:

  • Amote – Lirc Client for Android
  • lirc-client – Another Lirc client for Android
  • Irdroid Macro Remote – Lirc client for Android with macro support
  • NFC Remote – Lirc client for Android with NFC support
  • Many PC lirc clients are also supported.

Supported Remote controls (2000+)

Browse Database (2000+)

Read more about Irdroid Wifi and Irdroid USB Tranceiver (Hosted at :


  1. Irdroid – Wifi to Infrared Adapter manual (in PDF)
  2. Patched version of Lirc 0.8.7 (Supports USB IR TRX)
  3. Irdroid macro remote (source)
  4. Java lirc library (source)
  5. NFC Remote source

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