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Need help bulding Ir codes with these codes
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Post 1 made on Monday April 6, 2009 at 14:19
criss
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Hello, does someone can help me ?

Pioneer sended me those codes for a switch selector for discrete on off
but I don't know how to change thoses in pronto format

excel name : 090406_IR_CODE LIST HDAVCONVERTER.XLS

A3C1AFA0POWER ON
A3C1AFA1POWER OFF


If someone can help that would be so cool

Best regards
Criss
Post 2 made on Monday April 6, 2009 at 17:01
johnsfine
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Pioneer has IR codes on their web site in several different formats, including Pronto Hex.

The format you quoted can be converted to Pronto Hex, but it is easier to just find it on Pioneer's web site, where they already converted it for you.
OP | Post 3 made on Tuesday April 7, 2009 at 02:13
criss
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Thanks you, sadely this device is a euro device,
I have been trying all pioneer on and off discrete codes I founded on the pioneer webpage and on remotecentral but none are working.

Pioneer sended me those on and off code but now I need help convert them to pronto format.
Post 4 made on Tuesday April 7, 2009 at 09:20
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A3C1AFA0 POWER ON is

0000 0068 0000 0044 0168 00B4 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 06DA 0168 00B4 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 06DA

A3C1AFA1 POWER OFF is

0000 0068 0000 0044 0168 00B4 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 06DA 0168 00B4 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 0044 0016 0017 0016 06DA

To generate those, I used the MakeHex program with pioneer2.irp. I set Device=163.175 and Define P=193 and then I ran it with the -H option and selected function A0 and A1 from the results.

I had translated the bytes, A3, C1, and AF from what you posted from hex to decimal 163, 193 and 175 to get the values I used in Device and Define P
OP | Post 5 made on Tuesday April 7, 2009 at 10:19
criss
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One Word : PERFECT !!

Thak you very much for your help, it's good to see there are sill people helping these days

Best Regards

Criss

Last edited by criss on April 7, 2009 18:18.
Post 6 made on Sunday April 12, 2009 at 10:55
NSP01
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Criss,
I'm curios. What component are those commands for?
They call me the "Thread Killer". Just watch!
OP | Post 7 made on Monday April 13, 2009 at 07:09
criss
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Well, this is a kouros switch.
for me it is really cool because I wanted a switch selector that could also have a component input.

With this switch I can send all my device to my lcd TV using only one in wall hdmi cable.

So I have been connecting also a nintendo wii on the switch using component input.

Here some pictures

[Link: son-video.com]

Inputs are on the bottom picture


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