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You will get these components with infrared transmitter kit:
- 1 x PCB
- 1 x Earphone Jack female
- 1 x Infrared LED
- 1 x 100uF electrolytic capacitor
- 1 x 4.7uF electrolytic capacitor
- 1 x S8050 transistor
- 1 x 5mm LED
- 1 x 0.01uF ceramic capacitor- Code: 103
- 1 x 100 Ohm resistor
- 1 x 51K Ohm resitor
Stereo jack is not included in this kit. You will need to buy it separately.
These are the steps for assembling infrared transmitter kit.
Step 1: Solder 100 Ohm and 51K Ohm resistors.
This is 51K
This is 100 Ohm
Step 2: Solder ceramic capacitor marked as 103.
Step 3: Solder the transistor S8050 as shown on the image below
Step 4: Solder the 5mm RED LED. Be careful with the anode and cathode pins. Insert the right pin in the right hole.
Step 5: Solder the stereo connector as shown below:
Step 6: Solder 4.7uF electrolytic capacitor as shown on the image below.
Be careful with the polarity of the capacitor. Insert the negative (-) side of the capacitor in the hole marked as – and insert the other pin in the hole marked +.
Step 7: Solder 100uF electrolytic capacitor
Step 8: Solder a 6V-9V battery connector to the holes marked as IN+ and IN-. The black wire of battery connector should go to IN- and the red wire should go to IN+.
Step 9: Solder the TRANSPARENT LED- the infrared LED to the spot marked as – and +. The long pin(anode) should go to + hole and short pin(cathode) should go to – hole.
Battery connector and Infrared LED after assembly should look like as shown on the image below:
Use one end of your stereo jack to connect to your audio source, for example, mp3 player or mobile phone and the other end to the transmitter kit.
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