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  1.    2 Days Ago #831

    I think I'll be buying at least one of these, Python Programmable InfraRed USB Adapter Adafruit pIRkey - a Python Programmable InfraRed USB Adapter ID: 3364 - $8.95 : Adafruit Industries, Unique fun DIY electronics and kits A lot cheaper than the FLIRC I bought.
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       2 Days Ago #832

    nice tool, I would like to have one ,BUT ,I have emptied all carts on all sites ,,no more purchases for me till i make use of things sitting on the shelf ! and that the truth ))))
    alphanumeric said: View Post
    I think I'll be buying at least one of these, Python Programmable InfraRed USB Adapter Adafruit pIRkey - a Python Programmable InfraRed USB Adapter ID: 3364 - $8.95 : Adafruit Industries, Unique fun DIY electronics and kits A lot cheaper than the FLIRC I bought.
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  3.    1 Day Ago #833

    caperjack said: View Post
    nice tool, I would like to have one ,BUT ,I have emptied all carts on all sites ,,no more purchases for me till i make use of things sitting on the shelf ! and that the truth ))))
    I have stuff I want from Adafruit, just have to wait a bit to buy it. I wavering a bit on that pIRkey. Its a little bit more involved to program it than I initially thought. It's circuit python, not full python. I'll have to read up on it bit more then decide. Price isn't bad so I may buy one anyway to see how it works out.
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       1 Day Ago #834

    yeah, i have a couple things on the shelf that i might never get fully working ,but just a couple ..
    alphanumeric said: View Post
    I have stuff I want from Adafruit, just have to wait a bit to buy it. I wavering a bit on that pIRkey. Its a little bit more involved to program it than I initially thought. It's circuit python, not full python. I'll have to read up on it bit more then decide. Price isn't bad so I may buy one anyway to see how it works out.
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  5.    1 Day Ago #835

    caperjack said: View Post
    yeah, i have a couple things on the shelf that i might never get fully working ,but just a couple ..
    I need a couple of those red rover chassis so I can use the extra motors I have kicking around. And a few other bits & bytes I want to make the shipping worth while. I have enough extra stuff from my rover project to make two two wheel drive rovers. I have spare Pi Zero's, spare motors and wheels, and spare Explorer pHats. Just need the chassis and one more caster. Those I'll give away to some of my grandkids once I get them running. That I know is doable, I did it already. Then got greedy and wanted four wheel drive. That part didn't work out as planned.
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