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Post 20 made on Sunday October 8, 2006 at 17:51
Long Time Member
July 2005
On October 8, 2006 at 12:59, Eigeny Oulianov said...
Sorry, I may not so clear in talking.

Commands like 0000 007D 0000 00A4 00A8 0047 000C 003B
... are for Daikin. Old Prontos may learn and replay them,
but NG can't learn and import. Now I make a convertor
for this purpose (I hope, NG _will_ play my synthetic

There are _many_ commands for Daikin -
3 modes (Auto, Cool, Dry) x 15 temperatures (18C-32C)
x 4 fan modes (low, med, hi, auto) = 180 commands, plus
OFF, wet and powerful modes (ignoring Swing, timers etc).
I cut odd temperatures and use the rest 96 command at
Crestron installations. Currently I prefer to control
Daikin via LON-RS232 interface - it contains 2-way interface
at this solution.

Commands like 0000 006F 010A 0000 0080 0040 ... (or erratically
learned (?) 0000 006F 00C3 0001 0081 0041 0010 0031 ...)
are for Panasonic air conditioners (at least, I have touched
them at Panasonic). These commands are too hard either
for Pronto, NG or for Crestron. May be, Panasonic make
some OEM for Daikin?

Thanks for your input. If you are still willing I would like to take you up on your earlier offer to convert the codes over. When I get the actual remote I will be back in touch and find out what exactly you need to do the conversion.

What was your spin on the data in my previous post, I reposted just a portion?

DaikinAircon(BRC4C153)=Daikin Aircon (BRC4C153),*
Code2A=*,16 Deg Fan High Swing,21,12,18,09,27,2C,27,7F,01
Code2B=+,16 Deg Fan High Swing,00,F0,39,77,A4,17,E7,DF,FF
Code2C=+,16 Deg Fan High Swing,87,80,FC,8A,00,F0,79,77,A4
Code2D=+,16 Deg Fan High Swing,17,E7,FF,31,FF,7B,FF,FF,8F
Didn't repost the whole lot

The LON-232 is of interest, I will check with Daiken today if this is available on the model I will be using. Does the LON-232 control at a head level or at an outdoor unit level? I have 7 heads and 2 outdoor units in the house I am building so would I need two RS-232 ports or seven ?

Thanks again for your expert input.



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