STM8s Embeded programming.
Sensor using STM8s (20 Pin package)
IR LED – Connected to geometrical PIN 20
TSOP IR receiver connected to geometrical PIN 19
Build an emitter with coded pulse of carrier frequency 38Khz. Emit it using the IR led and then receive and read the same through onboard TSOP chip.
If the pulse code of the pulse received on the TSOP matches than send out signal on another GPIO.
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