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TSU 9200 Sending Duplicate IR Codes
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Post 1 made on Friday September 18, 2020 at 18:31
ChrisP69
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Just picked up tsu 9200. Started to program with Pronto Configurator, a lot different than my tsu 9400 using pep2 and my 7500 before that. When I add favorite channels, label channel Number , choose start action , stop action , delay at .5 then download config when I activate a channel icon on remote (lets say history channel 47 by me) input to tv is 4477 not just 47. I know 9200 is not that popular but I couldn't Find a tsu 9300. Any direction would be great. Anyone have a complete Ysu 9300 for sale I might be interested. Just a hobbyist. Thanks
Post 2 made on Friday September 18, 2020 at 20:32
Lyndel McGee
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Can you please post the IR code data that you learned for Digits 4 and 7?

What did you choose for your Stop Action? An OK/Enter IR codes?
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OP | Post 3 made on Friday September 18, 2020 at 22:05
ChrisP69
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Maybe I'm doing this all wrong What should start and stop actions be. I'm putting the channel #'s in. 4 for start 7 for stop. The drop downs just have ir codes for my samsung set top box
The tsu 9200 programing manual doesn't really explain it well
OP | Post 4 made on Friday September 18, 2020 at 22:21
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Just figured out thanks to your response. i didn't realize the channel # was actually sending the code and was repeating because i was putting the start and stop actions with the channel#. What would the start and stop be used for. Like i said in first reply options in drop downs are commands from my samsung stb
Post 5 made on Saturday September 19, 2020 at 17:05
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Stop action is typically something like OK or Enter.

For example, on some cable boxes, you can enter up to 4 digits for a channel number. If the box sees less than 4 digits, it will wait a period of time before actually changing the channel.

Consider that you wanted channel 857 but you did not prefix with '0'. Remote sends

Send IR - 8
Send IR - 5
Send IR - 7

After some time period, the box will select channel 857.

Now say you realized that immediately after you pressed channel icon for 857, that you actually wanted channel 973 and you press 2nd button before the box times out on previous input and changes to 857.

The remote would send.

Send IR - 8
Send IR - 5
Send IR - 7
Send IR - 9
Send IR - 7
Send IR - 3

The box throws away the 8 and the 5 leaving 7973 which is likely not a valid channel number and definitely not what you wanted.

By setting a 'stop' action of IR Code 'OK' you can force the channel change. Now, the remote would send.

Send IR - 8
Send IR - 5
Send IR - 7
Send IR - OK (Causes the box to change channel immediately)
Send IR - 9
Send IR - 7
Send IR - 3
Send IR - OK (Causes the box to change channel immediately)

In this case, you get exactly what you wanted.
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OP | Post 6 made on Saturday September 19, 2020 at 18:02
ChrisP69
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Thanks for the help and great tips as usual. Always a pleasure.


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