This little remote control would be handy for controlling a robot or other project from across the room. It has 21 buttons and a layout we thought was handy: directional buttons and number entry buttons. The remote uses the NEC encoding type and sends data codes 0 thru 26 (it skips #3, #7, #11, #15, #19 and #23) to address #0. You can use this to control something that is expecting NEC codes or you can pair this with our IR remote receiver sensor.

Comes with an included battery! Just remove the plastic pull-tab to use

We have an Arduino library that, when used with the IR remote receiver sensor will decode button presses.

  • Mini remote control with 21 buttons
  • 38KHz NEC code output, 940nm IR LED
  • 40mm x 86mm x 7mm (3.4" x 1.6" x 0.3")
  • Runs on CR2032 battery, included

We have a tutorial that covers everything you'll need to know about IR remote control sensing as well as how to 'clone' a remote control

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(AF-389)

SKU AF-389
Brand Adafruit

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