How To Build A USB IR Blaster
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The other nice thing about LIRC is that it even supports reading data from IR blasters that don't quite match the official protocol. For this, there's a device called the LIRC Shield with an IR receiver that will capture data from an IR blaster via a serial port. The device still includes a USB hub to connect to the LIRC protocol and provides a serial console to read the captured data. I built my project using this device. A detailed description of how to get the data out is available in the GitHub wiki as well.
On the client side, the lirc_engine library uses a simple Lua class to determine the command and read the data. The instance of the class should be set using the lirc_new_from_rx() function. This function accepts a device object from the LIRC Shield and returns an object that can be used to send commands. It should be noted that the remote control doesn't have to be directly attached to your computer. Instead, you can use a USB serial dongle like my LIRC Shield. The only requirement is that the remote control is sending the serial data in the right order. This is the case if your remote control uses the protocol that the lirc_engine class expects.
With the help of andirsky , I created a Python script that lets me use any IR blaster to control my Raspberry Pi. It not only lets me control a few popular devices, but I can also send a message to my Pi via the device.
In my case, I simply needed to run a Python script that would allow me to send and receive commands over the socket. I've made this script available on Github at https://github.com/joker/python-ir-blaster . You can use this script to send the following commands:
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