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Re: TIRA is junk - AVOID IT!
If you don't mind me asking were you going to use girder and windows? Were
you going to write it yourself? Would an embedded or linux solution be ok?
Sorry to ask so many questions, I'm designing equipment for the company I
work for www.digitalglu.com (shameless plug) and we're working on home
control. We already have whole house audio, UPnP, Squeezebox (the squeezebox
has a very nice way to send commands to a pc via IR)
What are the cost restrictions on this project?
"Dave Houston" <nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> "William" <bill@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >Hello Dave what exactly are you trying to do with the wheelchair?
> >Does it have an IR Remote?
> >I design IR & Microcontroller devices, and I will supply all source code.
> >I've been doing this sort of thing for decades.
> I wasn't doing anything with the chair - merely looking to provide a way
> the occupant to control AV, lights, etc. using any IR remote. The USB-UIRT
> fills the bill.
> >PS I really hate the FTDI USB to RS232 chip, I find myself reverse
> >engineering the EEPROM so I can see what they're doing with the data
> >Z-Wave USB comes to mind.
> AFAIK, ZWave has no IR nor anything that interacts with AV gear.
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