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I often use a timer loop to read sensors. I've attached some code, which compiles, however I don't have the sensor. BTW. I am assuming it is a single shot IR sensor that returns 0 if something is detected. int out1 = 5; //motor int IRSensor = 3; // connect ir sensor to arduino pin 6 int LED = 6; // conect Led to arduino pin 9 int Switch = 2; int ...


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As I understood you want the motor to run only while you are pressing the button, stopping as you release the button. IR remote controls normally don't send a "release" signal. But they often send a "repeat" signal in a defined frequency. The value of this signal depends on the remote, that you use. A quick search showed this forum thread, where the value is ...


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