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Binary Code for IR (infrared) remote controls

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Elite Screens' Blog Team
2017/11/16,

Elite Screens' Blog Team

Elite Screens can provide you with the binary codes for your remote controls. This comes in handy when programming universal remotes and integrating with other 3rd party systems.

*The discussion below is based on actual chat transcripts with the omission of any personal/confidential material to protect the customer’s privacy. An example in this case is to change the contact’s identification name/number to “Customer” or a generic name.

 

Transcripts:

[21:12] Customer: hi there

[21:12] Customer: looking for IR codes for the electric roll-up projection screens

[21:12]        Jaime: They are binary codes. Which ones do you need?

[21:12] Customer: all of them, up - down - stop

[21:12] Customer: I’m programming a universal remote working with Control4 and a new power max 135 tension

[21:12]        Jaime: UP: 1111 0000 0010 0101 1101 1101 1010 1001

[21:12]        Jaime: STOP: 1111 0000 0001 0101 1100 1100 0111 1000

[21:12]        Jaime: DOWN: 1111 0000 0100 0101 1110 1110 1100 1001

[21:12] Customer: Perfect, thanks

[21:12]        Jaime: This is for our latest electric screen IR receivers including the power max 135 tension. If you have any trouble, double-check the hardware with Control4 also just to make sure all the settings are right.

[21:13] Customer: Okay, so this is the binary code sequence for the power max 135 tension.

[21:14] Customer: What about the other non-elite hardware?

[21:14]        Jaime: All we have are the binary codes for our own brand. We don't have instructions for third party controls so I defer to those makers for their superior product expertise.

[21:15]        Jaime: Other 3rd product devices typically have a learning capability. Control4 is a good brand so it’s likely that they already have learning features on their products as well.

[21:15] Customer: Okay, I’ll load your binary codes and see how it goes.

[21:15]        Jaime: ok, give it a try

[21:15] Customer: Thanks, I’ll hit you back in just a few minutes.

[21: 15]        Jaime: I look forward to seeing what happens.

[21: 21] Customer: Perfect! We’re in business. Next, I’ll get started on that 12 volt trigger.

 [21: 21]        Jaime: the trigger system on our screens work on applied voltage

[21: 21] Customer: I might just want to create my own rj-45 and connect it to wireless relay

[21: 21]        Jaime: ok, sounds good.  Please send me pictures if you decide to do it.

[21: 21] Customer: Sounds like a plan. Thanks for the help

[21: 21]        Jaime: My pleasure. Thank you for choosing Elite Screens.