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This 21 button mini remote control is the perfect companion for your FLIRC module and Raspberry Pi XBMC project! It has 21 buttons and a layout we thought was handy: directional buttons, pause/play, volume, setup and number entry buttons. It even comes complete with an included battery - Just remove the plastic pull-tab to use.
This little remote is also really handy for controlling a robot or other Raspberry Pi project from across the room. The remote uses the NEC encoding type and sends data codes 0 thru 26 (it skips #3, #7, #11, #15, #19 and #23) to address #0. You can use this to control something that is expecting NEC codes.
Mini remote control with 21 buttons
Directional buttons, pause/play, volume, setup and number entry buttons