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Post 13 made on Sunday April 4, 2004 at 23:38
Barry Gordon
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Lets do the Projector first. What you have shown me is not a learned command. It is from the Pronto data Base. I have not experimented with those. There is an article in the files documentation section that is a follow up to my original paper (there also) on how to understand learned commands. Have you tried to learn the Projector on command as a learned command? If you can, then show it to me the same way you did the curtain open command.

What we are going to do with the learned command is extend it as if you were holding the button down. I assume that if you don't put the command in a macro, and hold it down (keep it pressed) it does work, i.e. do what you want.

Now lets look at the curtain open command. It is a learned command. the first 4 numbers (in hex) are the preamble). The third one is 0000 so thre is no "One time sequence", just a repeat sequence. The 4th word is the size of the repeat sequence in Hex. The repeat sequence is 18 pairs (0012 hex= 16+2=18 decimal) or 36 4 digit hex numbers. Now what you must do is repeat the last 36 digits, and increase word 4 to account for it. That would make it as if you held down the button for a little while, long enough for 2 transmissions. Keep adding copies of the 36 integers (4 hex digits) making sure that the count in word 4 is always right (incrementing it by 18 decimal or 12 hex for each repeat of the sequence), and rememeber that count is in hex. I know of no limit on the length of an IR sequence, but there might be.

Here is your origional sequence

0000 006B 0000 0012 004C 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 01F5.

Here it is twice as long

0000 006B 0000 0024 004C 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 01F5 004C 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 01F5

Here it is 3 times as long
0000 006B 0000 0036 004C 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 01F5 004C 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 01F5 004C 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 01F5

Here it is 4 times as long
0000 006B 0000 0048 004C 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 01F5 004C 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 01F5 004C 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 01F5 004C 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 0028 0012 0028 0012 0028 0025 0015 0012 01F5

Get the idea?

I suggest you read my original document on Pronto IR display formats, and if you want to tackle the projector codes from the data base read the paper by Eigeny Oulianov on Pronto IR code formats both are located at:
[Link: remotecentral.com]

Once you have read my paper, you should be able to even figure out how many repeats are needed for 5 seconds of time.

I computed that a single occurrence of the pattern is 0.040638 seconds (40.638 milisec)long, so a pattern with 100 repeats would be 4 seconds long. I suggest experimenting. You might make a pattern with 10 repeats and a macro that issues it 10 times. Hope you have a laptop to take over to your client.

P.S. You might want to get in touch with the Manufacturer to get the IR codes. If you want to do that email me at [email protected]. You might try an older pronto (TSU1000) to learn the IR. It did not have a very good data base or set of algorithims for compressing the IR patterns. As a last resort ship me the remote and I will try and decode it.


This message was edited by Barry Gordon on 04/05/04 00:14.


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