I captured raw config file for power rise remote. Tried irrecord -a option
on the raw file and got failed message for all recorded buttons. From
looking at the raw data I see a few patterns - the data for up and down seem
to affect the eighth and tenth positions in the timing (and others farther
along). For up the eighth is small and the 10th is large. For down these
two values are just the opposite - eighth is large and tenth is small. The
values seem to repeat in groups of 10 after some initial values.
I have seen a few posts that some learning remotes have trouble with these
signals so they may be somewhat unique. If anyone is interested I can
provide the files.
I think the -a option can be used to convert raw data into more standard
timing data. Is this right?
mode2 gives values for pulse and space of 1000 and 2650 (both have some of
both values). I looked at the IR stream with an oscilloscope and didn't see
the differences in pulse/space timing - they all looked the same.
I have several other more typical type remotes that don't seem to have
config files available so plan to record and submit them. Want to
understand how this works and also provide usable info...
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