I have had a tsu1000 for a while now and the programming has been working fine. Just picked up a used tsu7000 and decided to create fancy color panels and switch over to it. I have an Anthem AVM2 with one panel that has the input selections on it that must work in order for the macros to work. When I test just these buttons they DO NOT WORK. I went back to the tsu1000 and they all work fine. COPIED the code (opened both configurations and cut and paste to the new one). Checked again and codes identical. Uploaded and then tried again but still they don't work. What am I missing?? The codes work in the 1000 but can't seem to get them to work in the 7000. ANYONE?? THANKS
I must add that the tsu1000 utilizes the same code and it works o.k. Could there be some ir 'compatibility' problem that doesn't show up with the 1000 but does with the 7000? Should I be looking at RC5/6/mm or a duration adjustment in order to make it 'readable' to the avm2? Really need to get this working and the avm is my last BIGGEST hurdle. THANKS for all responses..
The code looks clean. Could indeed be a timing issue but let's try one other thing. However, before moving forward, ensure device is set for IR and not RF. Pull up the Device Properties and ensure that the device in which the code is contained is marked for IR vs RF extender. I presume you may have already checked this but it never hurts to ask.
If you are trying to run this code in a macro (not pressing an onscreen button), you may have an issue. I'd try changing the 'Duration' setting on the IR code first. The reason I suggest 'Duration' is due to the fact that this code has repeat-only data and no one-shot data. This will likely fix the problem if code is good but pronto not transmitting long enough.
The 7X00 series had issues with repeat-only codes, especially Sony 20 bit IR protocol and was one reason for the introduction of the 'Duration' of the IR code.
This is not Sony code but likely suffers from same root cause.
I posted this process as a fix for sony codes in other NG forum threads but will likely work here as well. Double up the repeat data so one-shot and repeat are the same.
What I've done here is to copy/paste to duplicate all data past the first 4 sets of numbers. I've then adjusted the one-shot IR pair count to be that of the repeating IR pair count. This ensures that in a macro, without any 'Duration' setting, the code is sent exactly one time. Without one-shot data, pronto will try and guess the duration required.
For more info on this hack, see Barry Gordon's Pronto Hex IR Format document in the Classic Pronto Files Section under 'User Documentation'.
I have had difficulty using the Pronto NG with my Anthem D1 -- none of the codes supplied by Anthem for the older Prontos seem to work reliably. I have had to learn new codes. Here's one for selecting Sat. If you need more let me know.
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