NRF24L01 Wireless Keyboard Data Transmission System Based on Arduino

ICStation Team introduce you this wireless transmission system based on ICStation Mega 2560 and UNO R3 compatible with Arduino. It uses DC5V working voltage. When there is someone pressing the keys, the sending system will send the value of the keys to the receiving system by NRF24L01 wireless data transmission module. The receiving system will display the value of the keys on the LCD1602. The main function of this system is NRF24L01 date transmission.We can design the wireless keyboard or wireless mouse by ourselves with this transmission function.

http://www.icstation.com/newsletter/...wireless_3.jpg Functions
1.When the key in the sending part is pressed by someone, the 1602LCD will display the value of the key.
2.The value of the key will stay on the 1602LCD until other key is pressed. The 1602LCD will refresh and display the value of the new key.

Code for your reference
http://www.icstation.com/newsletter/...eless_code.txt

Components list
1.ICStation ATMEGA328 UNO V3.0 R3 Board Compatible Arduino UNO R3
2.ICStation ATMEGA2560 Mega2560 R3 Board Compatible Arduino
3.NRF24L01+2.4GHz Wireless Transceiver Module for Arduino MCU
4.For Arduino IIC/I2C/TWI 1602 Serial LCD Module Display
5.4 x 4 Matrix Array 16 Key Membrane Switch Keypad Keyboard
6.Dupont 20cm Color Cable Line 1p-1p Pin Connector
7.Pin Header

Schematic diagram of sending part

Schematic diagram of receiving part

The connection of sending part

  1. Connect NRF24L01 wireless transceiver module to Mega2560
    SCK—Digital pin 52 ;MOSI— Digital pin 51
    MOSI—Digital pin 50;CS — — Digital pin 9 CE — — Digital pin 8
    2.Connect the keyboard to the 0–7 pin of Mega2560

The connection of receiving part

  1. Connect NRF24L01 Wireless Transceiver Module to ICStation UNO
    SCK—Digital pin 13 ;MOSI— Digital pin 11 MOSI— Digital pin 12 ;CS — — Digital pin 7
    CS — — Digital pin 8
    2.Connect 1602LCD to the ICStation UNO
    SCL — A5 ;SDA — A4

Video to show the effect

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