- no_more_x10MemberMay 6, 2008 at 6:44 amPost count: 2
I am interested in the EZUIRT for my theater. Does NEC, RC5 and Sony pertain to the IR In, IR OUT or both? I do not have any NEC or Sony components and have never heard of RC5. Do other brands use these formats? Also, can a Xantech connector block be connected to the external receiver input?
I would like for it to learn IR commands from my remotes so those commands can be generated via an Insteon signal to the EZUIRT. I would also like for it to receive a limited number of commands from my remotes (projector on, projector off, dvd play/pause/stop, dvr play/pause/stop, etc) and then dim or brighten my theater lights.
Thank you.simplehomeMemberMay 9, 2008 at 7:20 amPost count: 256
The codes advertised pertain to both the input and output side. The unit stores a code in 3 bytes and then reconstructs it when sending it is required. The NEC codes are used by many other brands and are perhaps the most popular. RC5 is Philips and is also very popular.
The sensor input takes a demodulated receiver, not the kind used by Xantech and others which has a high frequency component that neds to be demodulated. The best way to connect another repeater block to the EZUIRT is to use an emitter placed next to the EZUIRT built-in receiver.
We will be including a receiver and increasing the price of the EZUIRT in a few days.. The unit will also be carried by Smarthome.com now that aour production quantiies have ramped up.
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