January 19th, 2003, 04:31 PM
I represent a company called Boca Labs, Inc. We design and manufactuer custom electronic devices. Our Web site is located at www.bocalabs.com.
We are just a few weeks away from releasing a series of low cost, PC controlled, full learning Infrared (IR) products. Our first release will be the Model IR500. This product is a completely frequency agile, operating between 10 and 100 Khz, and features USB and/or RS-232 connectivity, 4 external IR emitter ports, 4 internal probe input ports, send and receive and unlimited/extensible learning capabilities. It's based on a Atmel AVR microcontroller and features a very simple "ascii" command string parser protocol.
More information about our entire IR line can be found at http://www.bocalabs.com/ir_intro.asp. Specific information about out IR 500 can be found at http://www.bocalabs.com/ir_500_main.asp
We are looking for someone who can develop a Girder Plug-In for us. If you are interested please contact me at email@example.com or phone me at (904) 249-5577.
Boca Labs, Inc
January 26th, 2003, 02:04 AM
finally someone requested for USB supported yeah !!!
i also own a multiple transceiver function USB IrDA device darn expensive and found it useless......
bside girder anything else can be use with a IrDA ? :cry:
February 28th, 2003, 09:31 AM
Can the software for the IR500 send codes via the command line without a GUI? And where can it be purchased?
March 2nd, 2003, 03:02 PM
This device is not released yet so we donít know what software will be available for it. There should be a Girder plugin for it assuming I manage to make some time to program.
Originally Posted by 18000rpm
Any IR blaster device supported by Girder can be used to send commands from the command line. All you have to do is set up the command and then trigger it with the program event.exe that comes with Girder. It works great from the command line. All you have to do is have Girder running.