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I want to port this device access code to rdf file in order to use IR COMMANDER
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Post 1 made on Tuesday October 7, 2008 at 20:01
PSPMAN90
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Hello I'm PSPMAN90!

Ok here is the prob:

I usually enter and get out of this Urb where I live and There is a Access Control (Gate)
that use Multi-Code Reciever.

Like this:[Link: aaaremotes.com] (doesn't mean that is that one but u get the idea)

And well people use this type of Remote control to open this Gate:

[Link: us.st12.yimg.com]

So My mom has one and I open in the back where the Battery goes and there is the

10 dip switch programming, one (1) button

That any number combination u put there will be the actual access code to open gate.

Since this work with 10 small switches that are programed in order to the remote work.

"ON" when the switch is pressed next to the number.
"OFF" Opposite of ON.

Legend:
[*]= ON
[]= OFF

Switches
------------------------
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 |
[][][][*][*][][][*][*][] |
------------------------

Code
"ON" = 4,5,8,9
"OFF" = 1,2,3,6,7,10

So the code would be 4,5,8,9,OFF where "OFF" are all the turn off switch.

Now that I know the Access code, how I do to make a rdf file that work in the "IR COMMANDER" made by Ah_Man, for the PSP; so the PSP would be my Remote Control to access to my Urb without waitting outside for someone to oppen the gate.

Well I look at one of the Ah_Man rdf files " Panasonic TV.rdf" and "Xbox DVD remote.rdf " that are simple Pronto Hex codes patterns to make a Button Function.

see some examples of what I'm talking:

Only when pronto code needs to be on a single line, it must not chop
it into multiple lines even if it's very long.
Example:

(PSP)Button = (Multi code 1 access button) Device Button
0000 0021 0023 0003 XXXX XXXX XXXX

X= Any number

"So here in the Forum you will see them " chopped " by the limited horizontal space available"

This is an Xbox Remote rdf to control the XBOX with the IR COMMANDER(PSP) when seeing a DVD.

TITLE=XBOX Remote
BITMAP_OVERLAY=Xbox.bmp
UP=Up
0000 0048 0000 001a 00e3 00e7 001c 003a 001c 0074 001c 003a 001c 0074 001c 003a 001c 0073 001c 003a 001c 0074 001c 0073 001c 003a 001c 003a 001c 0074 001c 0073 001c 003a 001c 0074 001c 003a 001c 0074 001c 003a 001c 0073 001c 003a 001c 003a 001c 0073 001c 0073 001c 003a 001c 01d3
DOWN=Down
0000 0048 0000 001a 00e4 00e7 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0073 001d 0039 001d 0039 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0039 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0073 001d 0073 001d 01d2
CROSS=Select
0000 0048 0000 001a 00e4 00e7 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0073 001d 0073 001d 0073 001d 0073 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0039 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0039 001d 0039 001d 0039 001d 0039 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0039 001d 0073 001d 0073 001d 01d3

So now that u know what Is the format I'm asking for, How do I make a rdf of a Multi-Code (by Linear Company) 3089 1 button device? To use it with the IR COMMANDER" made by Ah_Man for the PSP-1000 to Open the gate of my Urb in order to enter and get out when I need to.

Please help!

Any Ideas would be good!

I just don't want to spend 40 bucks in a Multi-Code 3089 Remote to access to the urb I live, when all I need is a rdf that acts as the Code of the Remote and the IR COMMANDER as the Remote itself with the PSP.

Thanks! I hope someone help me :)

PSPMAN90

Last edited by PSPMAN90 on October 7, 2008 20:18.
Post 2 made on Tuesday October 7, 2008 at 20:26
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On October 7, 2008 at 20:01, PSPMAN90 said...
I just don't want to spend 40 bucks in a Multi-Code 3089
Remote to access to the urb I live, when all I need is
a rdf that acts as the Code of the Remote and the IR COMMANDER
as the Remote itself with the PSP.

Thanks! I hope someone help me :)

PSPMAN90

Your not one of those crazy "shoot em up" teenagers we hear about on the news are you?
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OP | Post 3 made on Tuesday October 7, 2008 at 20:30
PSPMAN90
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What!? NO! I just wanna enter to my urb without having to pay for a $40 Multi-Code Remote.

That's all

Please Help!

Thanks

PSPMAN90
Post 4 made on Saturday October 18, 2008 at 01:10
Ernie Bornn-Gilman
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Chances are unbelievably huge that the gate is not opened by IR, but by RF. There might be a hex representation of an IR version of the code, but you'll need some kind of RF transmitter that EXACTLY maches the signal in the Multi-Code Remote.

Don't go to the movies two times (in my area, at least) and you will have the forty dollars.

By the way, did you notice that this forum is Intermission, for us all to screw around in? And we're so nice that you've gotten two civil responses when you didn't even TRY to use the correct forum? If you did not notice that, perhaps there are some awareness problems (such as a remote being IR or RF) that will get in the way of you making your project work.

Buy the remote.
A good answer is easier with a clear question giving the make and model of everything.
"The biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place." -- G. “Bernie” Shaw


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