Posted On: 18/08/2015
By: Ian Quigley
A: In short the standard kira cannot be used to
send an http request. But a Kira128 can be It can store 20 IR codes and
upon receiving an IR code that matches one of those it will send the
corresponding http request. Port and destination IP can be embedded into
the string. Was done for the Vera-lite but should work for most.
We have some beta firmware with a short explanation of how it works here
for those wishing to experiment
Posted On: 23/09/2014
By: Matthias Reinagl
A: Yes you could use one of these :-
Or you could opt for the new KIRACC product , link below:-
Posted On: 14/01/2012
A: The demopad lite looks for codes saved to the module, so you'd would need the KIRA128.
If you intend using the full demopad app, then this will looks for codes saved to the Iphone/Ipad and so a KIRAM can be used.
Posted On: 12/12/2011
A: Have you had a look at the demopad software?
Obviously you can just use the built in web pages built if preferred.
You will need the KIRA128 if the app is looking for codes saved to memory locations (demopad lite) or the KIRAM if the app is looking for codes saved on the device (demopad full).
Posted On: 25/09/2011
A: IR Anywhere modules are physically identical and can be software configured as either a receiver, a target or stand-alone.
You would need the KIRA web link:-