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January 22, 2008 AT 12:27 pm

Hack a MiniPOV3 to capture IR codes

oPossom totally rocked my socks with a simple hack to turn a Minipov3 kit into an IR code receiver. The kit is modified to store incoming

IR signal into the EEPROM which is then spit out via the serial port to a custom program that then translates it directly into a code for TV-B-Gone kits.

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