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4 Decoded Toggle Switches

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4 Decoded Toggle Switches
The circuit above illustrates using the IR receiver module along with a PIC12F629 microcontroller to decode 5 individual IR remote control keys so the circuit will only toggle one of the 4 outputs when a particular key is pressed. The 5th key is assigned to the master clear function that toggles off the 4 outputs. Works with most hand held IR remote controls that send a single data stream. However, some remotes send multiple groups of data and only the first set of 40 bits or less will be recognized. This may result in the circuit responding to more than one key, or a single key may control more than one toggle switch. In most cases this problem can be resolved by selecting an alternate function on the remote such as (TV, DVD, SAT, AUX, Etc.). Circuit power supply is not critical and should operate on any voltage from 2 to 5 volts DC. I use a single 3.6 volt recharageable lithium battery such as found in cell phones.