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Re: IRTRans RAW format

Postby IRTrans » Mon 23. Jul 2012, 23:26

To be honest - I do not know. However, we cannot support "selfmade" RAW IR Codes - I only know that the codes that our devices learn are sent correctly again.

Analyzing that RAW Codes is very time consuming and simply beyond that what we can do with our support.

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Re: IRTRans RAW format

Postby azauhar » Wed 25. Jul 2012, 11:58

OK, can you then just tell me is there any other rule that I should comply with for IRTrans RAW codes except:

- all pulses/gaps must be multiplies of 8

- gaps/pulses larger than 2048us must be written in this form eg. "0 8 536".

Thank you for the answer!
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Re: IRTRans RAW format

Postby IRTrans » Wed 25. Jul 2012, 12:20

In general those are the rules. However, the code length does also matter - if it is wrong there might be problems, too.

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Re: IRTRans RAW format

Postby azauhar » Wed 25. Jul 2012, 12:43

Thank you for the info.

What did you mean with the "code length does also matter". Did you mean that I should be careful that this number "[RAW]87" corresponds to the actual number of pulses and pauses or something else?
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Re: IRTRans RAW format

Postby IRTrans » Wed 25. Jul 2012, 13:16

Correct - the number has to equal to the number of values that follow.

As the last pause is never sent (that would make no sense) the number is always non-even.

If there is a 0 sequence (e.g. 0 8 320) it counts a 3 bytes.

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