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July 12, 2010

IR Jammer Kit

at 6:09 am. Filed under Cool Gadgets, Crazy Hacks, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks, Funny Hacks


Fresh off the assembly line… We have a new kit that is being released today. It’s a universal IR Jammer which can be used to jam any infrared remote control device.

The Infrared Remote Control Jammer allows you to render all IR remote controls inoperative! The microcontroller in this design allows for all 6 of the main IR frequencies to be targeted making this unit universal. It works by corrupting the data that is being sent by your normal remote controls.

The kit will be discounted for the first few introduction days so get yours today!

The board is the size of a 9 volt battery which is the intended power supply for the device. Press the button and point it to the infrared component that you would like to jam. Perfect for playing pranks and keeping your TV channel on even when you go and make a sandwich. 🙂

IR Jammer Project Page

IR Jammer Kit Page

IR Jammer Order Page





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20 Responses to “IR Jammer Kit”

  1. Krusty Says:

    TV-B-Gone’s evil nemesis!

  2. Emilio Says:

    Cute, but isn’t this going to result in an infinitly flashing “command received” LED on the TV (e.g.) that’s targeted?

  3. pelrun Says:

    Yup, I love this *just because* it’s the anti-TV-B-Gone.

    I always considered TVBG to be the evil one, and a scourge on the maker community.

  4. IR Hack – How to Make a DIY Infrared IR Jammer! Says:

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  5. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi Emilio,

    Some devices have an LED that blinks when it gets an IR signal and yes those will flash. I haven’t seen many devices these days that still do that though.

  6. Almost_There Says:

    I’m hard pressed to think of an ethical use for this.

  7. John Says:

    Does this thing neutralize laser-radar?

  8. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi John,

    Unfortunately this will only work on infrared devices.

  9. apnoe Says:

    LOL, Alan became an “Infrared-Pirate” with this 😀
    Thanks, you made my day! What inspired you for building this?

  10. Name the Thing Contest - 140 - Hacked Gadgets - DIY Tech Blog Says:

    […] prize this week is one of our new IR Jammer kits that was just released this week, this will let you jam the infrared receiver on any infrared remote controlled item such as a TV or […]

  11. Daniel D Says:

    I bought one of these over the summer just for college classes (the profs use projectors and to change slides, pause video etc they use an ir remote.)

    Well.. first day of class, all the usual really boring this is whats expected slides and videos were gone 🙂 everyone rejoiced as the prof eventually gave up and told us the ‘quick and easy version ” do your homework, get grades, dont fail “.

  12. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi Daniel,

    That’s too funny. 🙂

  13. Mobile Infrared Fighter Says:

    […] basically working as an impromptu IR-jammer — the cheapest of which is available online for super cheap, but there are military-grade IR-jammers, […]

  14. samuel wong Says:

    Hi, my name is Sam, and I need to know if you have a devise that would jam any emf devises.

  15. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi Samuel,

    This one is just infrared light jamming.

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  17. Miroslav Says:

    Dear Sirs
    I’m interested in this project you IR Jammer Kit Ver 2
    please contact me through my email.
    My address is:
    Miroslav Ljubicic
    selo Plana
    35247 Plana kod Paracin

  18. BeBoy Says:

    will this device work on bill validators?

  19. Paolo Says:

    Hi Alan. This ir jammer works on bill acceptor?

  20. Alan Parekh Says:

    Not sure BeBoy, not tested on that by us.

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