UART to IR converter is a standalone IR signal transmitter and receiver module. It can be connected to any UART enabled micro controller device, including Arduino.
If you need to work with minimum connections with your base board, connect RST, BRP both tied to GND and supply Vcc and connect TXD, RXD connections.
Need control over ENABLE/DISABLE the module with a micro-controller, connect the RST pin with a Digital I/O. To disable the IR transceiver, pull up the RST. If need to change the default baud rate (9600bps) you need to connect BRP pin to Digital I/O and pull up during sending the baud-rate change control sequence.
Check our download section below to get our Arduino sample code to connect with Arduino.
1. The Arduino sample code is set for 9600bps. Check out the TOIM4232 product page for more details on how to change the baud rate. http://www.vishay.com/product?docid=82546
2. TXD/RXD convention is set to default, i.e Data OUT - TXD, Data IN - RXD
If you have any trouble setting up the provided sample code or need help to setting up with PIC micro-controllers feel free to contact us at email@example.com
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