Bananapi M1 gpio IR transmitter


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Hello!

I have BPI M1 and IR transmitter that connected to GPIO pin out.

By default i have only /dev/lirc0 device, as i understood, lirc0 is used to receive from builtin receiver

Could someone help me to make transmitter work as a transmit device for lirc?

Thanks!

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No documentation came with IR transmitter?

 

If it is cheap AliExpress special, you will probably need to search Internet and figure it out for yourself.  Lirc forums / wiki / docs may be more helpful than here?

 

Good luck with it, please report back if/how you got it working.

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I'm interested too!

I've built my own IR transmitter and i want to use GPIO to send signals.

I found gpio-ir-tx driver on my system and i can successfully load it with modprobe, but i can't figure out how to make it working, maube someone know who made this driver?

 

As far as i understood.

Need to create /boot/config.txt file with:

dtoverlay=gpio-ir-tx,gpio_pin=1 (or your pin)

 

Then need to create udev rule that creating symlink from gpio to /dev/lirc-tx but this is not happening for some reasonm i can't figure out why.

/etc/udev/rules.d/71-lirc.rules

ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="lirc", DRIVERS=="gpio_ir_recv", SYMLINK+="lirc-rx"

ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="lirc", DRIVERS=="gpio-ir-tx", SYMLINK+="lirc-tx"

ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="lirc", DRIVERS=="pwm-ir-tx", SYMLINK+="lirc-tx"

 

 

Couple questions.

 

1. Created by me file /boot/config.txt, is used during boot process or not?

2. Udev rule is not creating simlink to device, why?

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