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Post 2 made on Monday March 7, 2011 at 00:21
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August 2009
Please learn and post here all of the IR signals. The Pronto Hex you posted looks like a clean learn, but it is unusual. It appears to have a lead in, 20 bits of device/function data and a lead out. The data is 00011100000001111111, and it is tempting to say there are three bits of device data, the complement of the device, 7 bits of function data, and the complement of the function data.

But with only one function decoded, the actual split between device data and function data may actually be different. Or there is a toggle bit, or.....

If you'll learn and post lots of functions, I'll write a IRP file to send arbitrary function numbers.

BTW, Metz equipment has been decoded before, but the decodes I've seen are not the same as this.

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