PVR-150's infrared port...
paul+fbsd at it.ca
Tue Jan 2 22:21:03 PST 2007
On Wed, Jan 03, 2007 at 03:32:03PM +1100, Norberto Meijome wrote:
> Well, the IR connects to the card via a mini-jack (small connector like the one
> used by headphones, maybe a bit smaller) - does yours have it?
I *think* I have all the right model numbers here....
PVR-150 (model 01045):
* http://www.hauppauge.com/images/pvr150-250_ep_bg.jpg is the back,
with an IR input at the bottom. Audio-in is a 1/8 inch jack.
PVR-150-MCE (model 01042):
* http://www.hauppauge.com/images/pvr150-250mce_ep_bg.jpg is the back,
with no IR input. It includes FM in, and audio-in consists of stereo
PVR-150-LP (model 01086, low-profile):
* http://www.hauppauge.com/images/pvr150lp_ep_bg.jpg is the back,
with no IR input.
The above model numbers are all the NTSC versions of the card.
So. If you have no FM input and a smaller jack below the 1/8 stereo-in,
you have a traditional PVR-150. You'll need the appropriate sensor.
Or you can just build a serial-port IR interface using the instructions
at lirc.org. Or buy a USB one on eBay for $30.
Hope this helps.
Paul Chvostek <paul at it.ca>
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