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TaoTronics Soundbar IR Codes
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Post 1 made on Tuesday January 16, 2018 at 12:41
acedrummond
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I have a TaoTronics Soundbar Model TT-SK15US

I am looking to add IR codes to a tablet application Universal Remote by Moletag that is available in the Android App Store.

So far I have captured a codes with an Arduino that look like this 'AB4D94A9' and need to get them into a format that looks like this '0000 006B 000A 000A ...'

Can someone please explain what these codes are and how I might be able to convert them.

Looking for Power, Audio, Volume Up and Volume Down

TaoTronics has not been helpful and Moletag vendor has not been able to convert these.

Any help appreciated. Thanks//
acedrummond
Post 2 made on Monday January 22, 2018 at 02:56
Barf
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You are probably using the IRremote library [Link: github.com] on your Arduino, right. This has its own parametrization of the common IR protocol. Either you can install a better one, or you can try to interpret IRremote's parameters.

For the first option, using the Arduino IDE and its library manager, download AGirs. You probably do not have a non-demodulating receiver, so do not define CAPTURE in the configuration file. You can then hook it up to IrScrutinizer for analyzing the result directly.

Second option (If you want to use IRremote), first take note of the name of the protocol it spits out. After you have told us which it is, I can tell you how to proceed.
OP | Post 3 made on Friday January 26, 2018 at 11:50
acedrummond
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Problem solved using Arduino with sketch provided on [Link: irdb.tk] was able to capture and convert to pronto format and that solved my problem.

Here is what I captured. Using this one can convert to format needed on above mentioned site.

Power
2
Hash:
CDFE4D18
For IR Scope/IrScrutinizer:
+8950 -4400 +600 -1650 +600 -500 +650 -500 +600 -1650 +600 -1600 +650 -500 +600 -1650 +600 -1650 +600 -500 +650 -500 +600 -1650 +650 -450 +600 -1650 +650 -450 +650 -500 +600 -500 +650 -1600 +600 -550 +600 -1650 +650 -1550 +650 -500 +650 -1600 +600 -1650 +600 -500 +650 -500 +650 -1550 +650 -500 +600 -500 +650 -1600 +650 -500 +600 -500 +650 -1600 +600 -127976
For Arduino sketch:
unsigned int raw[68] = {8950,4400,600,1650,600,500,650,500,600,1650,600,1600,650,500,600,1650,600,1650,600,500,650,500,600,1650,650,450,600,1650,650,450,650,500,600,500,650,1600,600,550,600,1650,650,1550,650,500,650,1600,600,1650,600,500,650,500,650,1550,650,500,600,500,650,1600,650,500,600,500,650,1600,600,};
irsend.sendRaw(raw,68,38);

Mute
3
Hash:
19E8159D
For IR Scope/IrScrutinizer:
+8900 -4500 +500 -1700 +600 -550 +550 -600 +500 -1750 +550 -1650 +600 -550 +550 -1700 +550 -1700 +550 -550 +550 -550 +600 -1700 +500 -550 +600 -1700 +550 -600 +550 -550 +550 -550 +550 -600 +500 -1750 +550 -1650 +550 -1700 +600 -500 +600 -1750 +500 -1700 +550 -600 +500 -1650 +650 -500 +600 -550 +550 -550 +550 -1700 +550 -550 +600 -550 +550 -1700 +600 -127976
For Arduino sketch:
unsigned int raw[68] = {8900,4500,500,1700,600,550,550,600,500,1750,550,1650,600,550,550,1700,550,1700,550,550,550,550,600,1700,500,550,600,1700,550,600,550,550,550,550,550,600,500,1750,550,1650,550,1700,600,500,600,1750,500,1700,550,600,500,1650,650,500,600,550,550,550,550,1700,550,550,600,550,550,1700,600,};
irsend.sendRaw(raw,68,38);

Vol +
4
Hash:
D4081C98
For IR Scope/IrScrutinizer:
+8950 -4400 +600 -1700 +550 -550 +600 -500 +600 -1650 +600 -1650 +600 -550 +600 -1650 +600 -1650 +550 -550 +600 -500 +600 -1650 +600 -550 +550 -1700 +550 -550 +600 -550 +550 -550 +600 -1650 +600 -1650 +600 -1650 +550 -1650 +600 -550 +600 -550 +550 -1700 +550 -550 +600 -500 +600 -550 +600 -500 +600 -550 +600 -1650 +600 -1650 +550 -550 +600 -1650 +550 -127976
For Arduino sketch:
unsigned int raw[68] = {8950,4400,600,1700,550,550,600,500,600,1650,600,1650,600,550,600,1650,600,1650,550,550,600,500,600,1650,600,550,550,1700,550,550,600,550,550,550,600,1650,600,1650,600,1650,550,1650,600,550,600,550,550,1700,550,550,600,500,600,550,600,500,600,550,600,1650,600,1650,550,550,600,1650,550,};
irsend.sendRaw(raw,68,38);

vol -
5
Hash:
F51E64D2
For IR Scope/IrScrutinizer:
+8950 -4400 +600 -1700 +550 -600 +550 -550 +600 -1650 +550 -1650 +600 -550 +600 -1650 +550 -1700 +600 -500 +600 -550 +550 -1700 +550 -550 +600 -1650 +550 -600 +550 -550 +550 -550 +600 -550 +600 -500 +600 -550 +600 -500 +550 -1700 +550 -550 +600 -1700 +550 -550 +550 -1700 +600 -1650 +550 -1700 +550 -1650 +600 -550 +550 -1700 +550 -550 +600 -1650 +600 -127976
For Arduino sketch:
unsigned int raw[68] = {8950,4400,600,1700,550,600,550,550,600,1650,550,1650,600,550,600,1650,550,1700,600,500,600,550,550,1700,550,550,600,1650,550,600,550,550,550,550,600,550,600,500,600,550,600,500,550,1700,550,550,600,1700,550,550,550,1700,600,1650,550,1700,550,1650,600,550,550,1700,550,550,600,1650,600,};
irsend.sendRaw(raw,68,38);
acedrummond


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