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I have a problem with IR Remotec ZXT-120 that when it operates with batteries it can't control the temperature of the AC, it only controls the AC mode. Any ideas how to make it control the temperature. Note: When it operates with the 5V DC power supply it can control the temperature. thanks!
Hi guys! My first post here. i am trying to create to channel short cuts and was wondering how to drop 2 IR strings onto a button in a virtual device eg sendir,1:1,1"code for button 5"sendir,1;1,1"code for button 2" i am successful at sending a single ir code just unsure how to combine more than one code string to a single button. Would also be handy for turning tv and amp on from one press. Can anyone advise how I can create a custom page where I can use custom channel logos as buttons and assign ir. codes for those channels? cheers!
ZXT-120 is an IR extender for air conditioners, but it can be learned up to 20 defferent ir code for multimedia. The process of learning of zxt-120 is written in its manual, but i want to show a way to use that codes in fibaro HC. For this purpose we have to make a virtual device, and fill its IP Address with your HC ip, and write 80 in TCP port box: Then make buttons according to your multimedia device: Now you have to write commands for corresponding buttons. For example for first button: We can learn up to 20 code according to this list: Use this command for changing mode : /api/callAction?deviceID=107&name=setMode&arg1=0 For setting temperature (in cooling mode): /api/callAction?deviceID=107&name=setThermostatSetpoint&arg1=2&arg2=23 For setting temperature (in heating mode): /api/callAction?deviceID=107&name=setThermostatSetpoint&arg1=1&arg2=21
Hi, Looking for some help with some VD code for a Global cache GC-100-12 as I can seem to get anything to work My TV is connected to IR Port 3 on the gc device i used the GCIRE learner for the power button on the remote This is the string I got sendir,1:1,0,40000,1,1, 96,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,24,23,24,1029, 96,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,24,23,24,1029, 96,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,24,23,24,1029, 96,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,24,23,24,1029, 96,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,24,23,24,4018 in the iLearn app the first two lines are colored - not sure what this means but I took the whole string..... I changed the second number after the sendir from sendir,1:1 to sendir,1:3 as I am using port 3 on the GC unit (I also changed this to 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and none of them work) I created a VD with the following I included both 0x0D and 0x0D0x0A at the end of the sent string and neither worked I also tried some lua code in a VD with the /r at the end and no luck with that either fibaro:log("Connecting..."); fibaro:debug("Connecting..."); local selfId = fibaro:getSelfId(); local ip = "192.168.1.111"; local port = 4998; tcpSocket = Net.FTcpSocket(ip, port); tcpSocket:setReadTimeout(1000); -- POWER -- tcpSocket:write("sendir,1:3,0,40000,1,1, 96,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,24,23,24,1029, 96,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,24,23,24,1029, 96,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,24,23,24,1029, 96,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,24,23,24,1029, 96,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,48,23,24,23,24,23,24,23,24,4018\r"); fibaro:sleep(2000); result, err = tcpSocket:read(); tcpSocket:write("END"); if (err == 0) then fibaro:log("transfer OK"); fibaro:debug("transfer OK"); fibaro:log("Please Wait..."); fibaro:sleep(5000); else fibaro:log("transfer failed"); fibaro:debug("transfer failed"); end tcpSocket:disconnect(); finally i tried a reboot in case I had too many socket connections open but that didnt make any difference Would somebody that has this working have a look and perhaps let me know where I have gone wrong Thanks -frustrated
Guest posted a question in Scenes and InterfaceI am using a IP2IR from itach. where i can program several buttons within a VD. So also the Power on/off from my TV. (standby and on) the disadvantage of IR is no feedback. So eventually the IR doesn't know if the TV is on or off. And i am using the qubino Flush 1D Relay to switch on/off my AV equipment, including TV, apple TV, cable decoder, etc.. I programmed a couple of scene's like : "Watch TV" ,and "Watch a Movie" By both scene's with lua blocks I turned on the TV and set the lights, and the input of the Amplifier, etc... When i swap over to "Watch a movie" it will switch off my TV again. as it sents a IR code to turn on the TV, which is also the same code for turning off the TV. Now i was thinking, what if i make a scene where the Flush 1D relay module can measure what power consumption it has to be able to set the state of the TV i= on or standby... But within the parameters of the Flush 1D relay module there you can only add a "declared power consumption" which in my case isn't set, because i switch on the TV or the apple TV and my power consumption will go up or down. Is there another way to measure if my TV is on or standby. so that my scene knows when the TV is on ? Or do I have to use another fibaro module to measure the power consumption ? Using a HC2 from Fibaro Hope to hear from you