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A complete set of X10 codes. These codes solve the previous problem of limited range, and of strobing. This has been the result of much trial and error and would not have been possible without the hard work and extensive testing from M4um.
Update of document which describes the deciphered code format the ProntoNeo uses for learned IR codes. This code format works for the Pulse Coded Modulation (Sony format), the Space Coded Modulation (NEC format) and the Phase Shift Modulation format RC5 or bi-phase. These three modulations cover the majority of all IR remote codes. Pioneer, Onkyo, Akai, Canon, Goldstar, Hitachi, Kenwood, NAD, Teac and Yamaha are all based on the NEC format. Lutron, Sharp, Toshiba and X10 have their own variation of the NEC format. Arcam, Meridian, Philips and Wharfdale are based on RC5.
v1.5.2 You can now enter RC5 "5000" series or RC5 System_Command numbers to the excel spreadsheet that converts Pronto codes to ProntoNeo codes. It should work for most equipment like Akai, Canon, Goldstar, Hitachi, Kenwood, Lutron, NAD, Onkyo, Panasonic, Pioneer, RCA, Sony, Teac, Toshiba, Yamaha and X10. The converter now works for RC5 codes like Meridian, Philips and Wharfdale.