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==== RTeL-Cheapo remote ====
 
==== RTeL-Cheapo remote ====
This El-Cheapo remote came with one of my RTL-dongles. Decodes as an NEC-code, sending a 32-bit code when a key is pressed, followed by a 0-bit code as long as the key is held.
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This El-Cheapo remote came with one of my RTL-dongles. Decodes as an NEC-code, sending a '32-bit' code when a key is pressed, followed by a 0-bit code as long as the key is held. Only the lowest 16 bits seem to change. The keypad is a 3x67 matrix
  
 
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|FF32CD||record||||FFA05F||ch+||||FF30CF||time shift
 
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|FF50AF||vol-||||FF02FD||full screen||||FF7887||vol+
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|FF48B7||0||||FF40BF||ch-||||FF38C7||recall
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|FF906F||1||||FFB847||2||||FFF807||3
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|FFB04F||4||||FF9867||5||||FFD827||6
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|FF8877||7||||FFA857||8||||FFE817||9
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==== Shinco RC-1606 ====
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This remote came with our Chinese DVD player many of the key labels are in Chinese. Decodes as an NEC-code, and like the RTeL-Cheapo remote it will send a '32-bit' code when a key is first pressed, and then a 0-bit code as long as it is held. Only the lowest 16 bits seem to change. The basic layout is 4 buttons per row, but the central bit is 3 rows of 3 slightly larger buttons.
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!Code!!Label!!!!Code!!Label!!!!Code!!Label!!!!Code!!Label
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|99728D||screen display||||||||||||||||9938C7||power
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|996A95||subtitles||||99CA35||language||||9918E7||channel||||992AD5||point of
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|99807F||repeat||||99D02F||pause||||9900FF||play mode||||9942BD||progressive/interlaced
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|99B24D||set||||99E01F||title||||9930CF||menu||||9950AF||return
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time search
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standard mute
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bookmark
 
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Revision as of 13:43, 4 February 2018

Project "IRRemotes":

Project Luteijn/IRRemotes
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Status In progress
Contact Luteijn
Last Update 2018-02-04

IRRemotes

Controlling things with an IR Remote is fun. Here's what some of my remotes send out, for easy (re)use in projects with an IR Receiver. Sniffed the codes with a Vortex robot, made up the names in the tables myself.

RC6 'windows' remote

This sends 36-bit RC6 codes. They all seem to be of the form 0xC8034x4hl. The leading C doesn't show with my current decoder of choice, or isn't really there. The x is either 8 or 0, flipping for each key pressed, so you can distinguish between a key being held or pushed twice in a row. The h and l indicate the variable bits in the code sent, the tables below give a name to each of these.

For this first table, the order is a left to right, top to bottom scan of the remote, treating the volume and channel + - as one, rocker, button.

RC6 'windows'
Code Label Code Label Code Label Code Label Code Label Code Label
0C power 30 pause 37 record 31 stop 29 reverse 2C play
28 forwards 21 previous 20 next 83 back CB info 58 up
5A left 5C ok 5B right 59 down 10 vol+ 11 vol-
5D logo 1E ch+ 1F ch- 0D mute 9B tvrecord 3E tvguide
2E tvplay 54 disc 01 1 02 2 03 3 04 4
05 5 06 6 07 7 08 8 09 9 33 *
00 0 32 # 3A clear 2F teletext 34 enter 6D red
6E green 6F yellow 70 blue

The next table is sorted by in the code order:

RC6 'windows'
Code Label Code Label Code Label Code Label Code Label Code Label
00 0 01 1 02 2 03 3 04 4 05 5
06 6 07 7 08 8 09 9 0C power 0D mute
10 vol+ 11 vol- 1E ch+ 1F ch- 20 next 21 previous
28 forwards 29 reverse 2C play 2E tvplay 2F teletext 30 pause
31 stop 32 # 33 * 34 enter 37 record 3A clear
3E tvguide 54 disc 58 up 59 down 5A left 5B right
5C ok 5D logo 6D red 6E green 6F yellow 70 blue
83 back 9B tvrecord CB info

RTeL-Cheapo remote

This El-Cheapo remote came with one of my RTL-dongles. Decodes as an NEC-code, sending a '32-bit' code when a key is pressed, followed by a 0-bit code as long as the key is held. Only the lowest 16 bits seem to change. The keypad is a 3x67 matrix

RTeL-Cheapo
Code Label Code Label Code Label
FFB24D power FF2AD5 source FF6897 mute
FF32CD record FFA05F ch+ FF30CF time shift
FF50AF vol- FF02FD full screen FF7887 vol+
FF48B7 0 FF40BF ch- FF38C7 recall
FF906F 1 FFB847 2 FFF807 3
FFB04F 4 FF9867 5 FFD827 6
FF8877 7 FFA857 8 FFE817 9

Shinco RC-1606

This remote came with our Chinese DVD player many of the key labels are in Chinese. Decodes as an NEC-code, and like the RTeL-Cheapo remote it will send a '32-bit' code when a key is first pressed, and then a 0-bit code as long as it is held. Only the lowest 16 bits seem to change. The basic layout is 4 buttons per row, but the central bit is 3 rows of 3 slightly larger buttons.

time search standard mute bookmark
Shinco RC-160S
Code Label Code Label Code Label Code Label
99728D screen display 9938C7 power
996A95 subtitles 99CA35 language 9918E7 channel 992AD5 point of
99807F repeat 99D02F pause 9900FF play mode 9942BD progressive/interlaced
99B24D set 99E01F title 9930CF menu 9950AF return