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PCAM+ 8051 Tutorial 8: TSOP1738 RC5 IR Receiver

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TSOP1738 RC5 Interfacing with 8051 Microcontroller

The TSOP1738 is an Infrared receiver.

RC5 is the IR transmission protocol developed by Philips. This is used for remote controls of TVs and other equipment.

The PCAM+ kit is equipped with an on-board TSOP1738. The code below is used to decode the RC5 signal transmitted by the TV remote included PCAM+ product.

Start by wiring the following connections:

  • Connect Port pin P3.3 of the 89S52 microcontroller to the output pin of TSOP1738, which is marked as IR38 on the PCAM+ board.
  • Connect the row of 8 LEDs to the Port P2 pins (P2.0 to LED pin 1; P2.1 to LED pin 2; etc.).
This project will cause the the LEDs to display the binary value of the buttons pressed on the TV remote.

Use only remote that is supplied with the kit. Other remotes will not work.

Below is the source code you need to write in 8051IDE:

VAR1 equ 07h         ;Variable for delay
VAR2 equ 08h         ;Variable for delay
TEMP equ 10H         ;Temp variable
COUNT equ 11H        ;Count variable
ADDR equ 12H         ;Device address received from RC5
CMD equ 13H          ;Command value received from RC5
FLIP bit 00H         ;Flip bit
TOG bit 01H          ;Temp bit for flip
IR equ P3.3          ;IR Receiver connected to this pin

MOV SP,#60H          ;Stack pointer initialization
CLR TOG              ;Clear temp bit

       JB IR,$               ;Wait for first bit
       MOV VAR2,#6h
               MOV VAR1,#229           ;3.024mS delay
               DJNZ VAR1,$
       DJNZ VAR2,Delay3024

       MOV C,IR              ;Read Flip bit

       MOV FLIP,C
       CLR A
       MOV COUNT,#5          ;Count for address
               ACALL DELAY_1728ms
               MOV C,IR
               RLC a
               DJNZ COUNT,Get_Address
               MOV ADDR,A              ;Save the address
               CLR A

       MOV COUNT,#6         ;Count for Command
               ACALL DELAY_1728ms
               MOV C,IR
               RLC A
               DJNZ COUNT,Get_COMMAND
               MOV TEMP,CMD            ;Save the old command
               MOV CMD,a               ;Save the new command
               MOV A,ADDR              ;Check for valid address
               CJNE A,#00,INVALID
               MOV A,TEMP
               CJNE A,CMD,VALID        ;Check for valid command

               LJMP MAIN
               CLR A
               MOV C,FLIP
               RLC A
               MOV TEMP,A
               CLR A
               MOV C,TOG
               RLC A
               CJNE A,TEMP,VALID1
               MOV C,FLIP
               MOV TOG,C
               MOV A,CMD
               CLR C
               MOV P2,CMD
       LJMP MAIN

MOV VAR2,#6d
MOV VAR1,#128              ;1.728mS delay for each bit
DJNZ VAR2,Loop1728

Save this code, assemble it and flash it to the PCAM+ kit using the HandyProgUSB programmer.

Once done and with PCAM+ powered, you should see the row of LEDs light up the binary value for each button pressed on the TV remote.

Proceed to Chapter 9

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