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AnalysIR - IR Analyzer & Decoder with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and MCU
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Post 1 made on Saturday August 3, 2013 at 12:52
AnalysIR
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Hi
We have recently launched a project for a powerful IR decoder & analyser GUI on Indiegogo.

If you are interested, please visit our project page on [Link: igg.me] or via http://www.AnalysIR.com

Supporters are encouraged to suggest additional features for inclusion in initial release. For example, we recently added a feature to import Pronto codes, decode them, display the signals on the GUI and store them for later review.

Although initially based on Arduino, we hope to add support for Raspberry Pi and other MCUs as part of the project.

Screenshots, videos & manual are available on the project page.

tnx
Check out our Arduino IR based Crowdfunding Project on [Link: bit.ly]
Twitter @AnalysIR
OP | Post 2 made on Tuesday August 13, 2013 at 11:48
AnalysIR
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A quick update since the last post, above.

We have now successfully included import & export between the following formats

- Pronto
- Global Caché GC-100
- Global Caché iTach (*)
- Global Caché GC-IRL (*)
- Global Caché GC-IRE (*)
- IRremote (Arduino)
- IRLib (Arduino)
- Direct IR recording with AnalysIR & Arduino

(*) Global Caché compression supported

AnalysIR can also automatically clean/repair weak or degraded IR signals, plus can operate as a learning device for Pronto, GC, etc. etc.
Check out our Arduino IR based Crowdfunding Project on [Link: bit.ly]
Twitter @AnalysIR
Post 3 made on Monday September 16, 2013 at 03:14
Tom Light
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Looks interesting !
Post 4 made on Saturday June 5, 2021 at 03:33
npaisnel
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Is this still active?

I have followed the link and I strongly suspect it is. I see the A IR nano shield and various other projects, but am unsure what I want/need or if your project is what I need at all.

Currently I run a Raspberry Pi with HA-Bridge and heyu to control X-10 powerline devices.

To add IR reception to the RPi to allow X-10 control of devices withn the same system would be the goal.

I have successfully tied in a HomeVision device to receive IR to control X-10 in conjunction with a harmony Remote and Hub.

Harmony only sees X-10 devices via the 'fake' Philips hue HA-bridge emulator..as lights...so cannot control the X-10 devices until AFTER/THE END of scene creation..absolutely useless...so creating a fake entertainment device called X-10 allows the Harmony to turn on -10 devices at the start of a scene.

Doing it thsi way works..but it does mean I now have two Raspberry Pi's and two X-10 serial to powerline device running. No big thhing but it is duplicating everything.

I have one RPi running the HA-bridge emulator / heyu driving the CM11 to send X-10 cmmands and now also the HomeVision device (and is associated RPi) and its TW-523 powerline unit sending X-10 signals.

The HomeVision /TW-523 is an extra device that could be removed to simplify the whoel system if I could just get IR reception and decoding in to the Raspberry Pi and get that to drive heyu and the CM-11 directly.

this is the HV controller if yo have not seen them.

[Link: csi3.com]

So to sum up .

Does your device and code allow IR reception on my currently running RPi and driving the heyu application on the Pi ?

https://www.heyu.org/
Post 5 made on Wednesday September 1, 2021 at 19:04
Lyndel McGee
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On June 5, 2021 at 03:33, npaisnel said...
Is this still active?

I have followed the link and I strongly suspect it is. I see the A IR nano shield and various other projects, but am unsure what I want/need or if your project is what I need at all.

Currently I run a Raspberry Pi with HA-Bridge and heyu to control X-10 powerline devices.

To add IR reception to the RPi to allow X-10 control of devices withn the same system would be the goal.

I have successfully tied in a HomeVision device to receive IR to control X-10 in conjunction with a harmony Remote and Hub.

Harmony only sees X-10 devices via the 'fake' Philips hue HA-bridge emulator..as lights...so cannot control the X-10 devices until AFTER/THE END of scene creation..absolutely useless...so creating a fake entertainment device called X-10 allows the Harmony to turn on -10 devices at the start of a scene.

Doing it thsi way works..but it does mean I now have two Raspberry Pi's and two X-10 serial to powerline device running. No big thhing but it is duplicating everything.

I have one RPi running the HA-bridge emulator / heyu driving the CM11 to send X-10 cmmands and now also the HomeVision device (and is associated RPi) and its TW-523 powerline unit sending X-10 signals.

The HomeVision /TW-523 is an extra device that could be removed to simplify the whoel system if I could just get IR reception and decoding in to the Raspberry Pi and get that to drive heyu and the CM-11 directly.

this is the HV controller if yo have not seen them.

[Link: csi3.com]

So to sum up .

Does your device and code allow IR reception on my currently running RPi and driving the heyu application on the Pi ?

https://www.heyu.org/

I use a TI103 contoller for x10 control via rs232. Not sure if these are even still available.
Lyndel McGee
Philips Pronto Addict/Beta Tester


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