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  • Daarn
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    Originally posted by joegr View Post

    You would have to rewrite the Arduino code I posted to be able to use it with the usb-uirt plugin.
    Okay I understand. Good go know that it possible. But my codeing skill are not so good. Will see if I can find any that understand how

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  • joegr
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    Originally posted by Daarn View Post
    But I don't need to use your script to get stuff working I can just use drhsIpPlugIn and usb-uirt plugin?
    You would have to rewrite the Arduino code I posted to be able to use it with the usb-uirt plugin.

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  • Daarn
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    But I don't need to use your script to get stuff working I can just use drhsIpPlugIn and usb-uirt plugin?

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  • joegr
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    It was one I had in my parts bin from who knows when. Probably something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Infrared-Rece...no+ir+receiver

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  • Daarn
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    Thx looks very nice. Do you have any list of ir part you use receive

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  • joegr
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    I have posted some barely documented code here: https://github.com/joegr123/ESP8266-IR-UDP
    It is specific to me, so it will all have to be modified. Think of it as a possible starting point.

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  • devoir
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    i like this idea... I'm starting to look into how to replace a Pronto TSU9600


    Devoir

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  • joegr
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    Originally posted by Daarn View Post

    That sounds very nice. It evering I has looking for. will you share the code for the MCU? and what IR part you use?
    Maybe also have you have setup you event in homeseer?
    Yes, of course I will share it all. It's fairly specific to my situation, but you should be able to figure out how to change it to fit you.
    Can you PM me your email address?

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  • Daarn
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    Originally posted by joegr View Post

    I've been using one (node MCU) for almost a year now to do just that. It receives and decodes IR and transmits IR. It works quite well. I have it communicating UDP and am using the drhsIpPlugIn to communicate from it to HomeSeer. I have receive events in HomeSeer to toggle room lights and lamps on and off, and to trigger IR out to help set up the AVR, TV, and Dish box.

    One of the cool ones is this. If it is after a certain time at night and it goes more than 30 minutes since an IR command is received, it turns the TV/Dish/Avr off if they were on. It's an intelligent sleep timer of sorts.
    That sounds very nice. It evering I has looking for. will you share the code for the MCU? and what IR part you use?
    Maybe also have you have setup you event in homeseer?

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  • joegr
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    Originally posted by Daarn View Post

    THx For the input. Have you done any update? to see if you can receive?
    can you also send the code?
    I've been using one (node MCU) for almost a year now to do just that. It receives and decodes IR and transmits IR. It works quite well. I have it communicating UDP and am using the drhsIpPlugIn to communicate from it to HomeSeer. I have receive events in HomeSeer to toggle room lights and lamps on and off, and to trigger IR out to help set up the AVR, TV, and Dish box.

    One of the cool ones is this. If it is after a certain time at night and it goes more than 30 minutes since an IR command is received, it turns the TV/Dish/Avr off if they were on. It's an intelligent sleep timer of sorts.

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  • Daarn
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    Originally posted by Black Cat View Post
    You can use a Z-UNO for this purpose. Arduino smarts with native Z-Wave.

    http://z-uno.z-wave.me/examples/rs-485
    HI thx
    I forgott about this thread

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  • Daarn
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    Originally posted by mrhappy View Post
    You can also use a ESP8266 and an IR LED if you need transmission (not sure it works on receive), I built one unit for virtually nothing and have a LAN IR module.
    THx For the input. Have you done any update? to see if you can receive?
    can you also send the code?

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  • mrhappy
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    You can also use a ESP8266 and an IR LED if you need transmission (not sure it works on receive), I built one unit for virtually nothing and have a LAN IR module.

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  • Black Cat
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    Last edited by Black Cat; July 21st, 2017, 05:40 PM.

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  • Black Cat
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    You can use a Z-UNO for this purpose. Arduino smarts with native Z-Wave.

    http://z-uno.z-wave.me/examples/rs-485

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