On October 5, 2006 at 17:29, Eigeny Oulianov said...
Daikin codes of FTK25/FTX25 with remote ARC423A1 are is
in type of
0000 007D 0000 00A4 00A8 0047 000C 003B ...
and I know that Pronto/ProntoNG will not learn them, but
can replay. I use 96-command subset of Daikin commands
to control it on Crestron installations. If you need,
I will convert that Crestron driver.
The codes of 0000 006F 00C3 0001 0081 0041 0010 0031 ...
are originally from Panasonic Air conditioners, and must
be 0000 006F 010A 0000 0080 0040 ... to be correct. Pronto
can't replay so long codes.
Thank you very much for your response! Also for your kind offer to convert them over. I am getting the correct model number of the Daikin that will be installed into our new building from the supplier and will forward it when I have it.
Can I get this right in my mind....are you saying that there are two different types of codes that the DAikin will respond to? The long hex code that I have read from a Daikin remote and then a 96 command subset?
Is then this a 96 command subset using the example above??? Code2B=+,16 Deg Fan High Swing,00,F0,39,77,A4,17,E7,DF,FF If so what gets sent via the remote?
Once you convert over to the 96 command subset would that then make the chances of working in other remote controls eg RTI etc a good chance as it is now a great reduced string?
Appreciate your input.
Last edited by fleetz
on October 6, 2006 01:58.