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    New GC install
    <hr style="color:#D1D1E1; background-color:#D1D1E1" size="1"> After the HS GC plugin crashed and I could'nt find answers from HS I thought I would try your Plugin. Your plug is much more comprehensive.
    I have a few questions, I have five GC devices and they all showed up ,but they show no codes . All my devices have data bases . Why cant they show the data. I could use the data they have to create events in HS. Will it cause a problem(re:delete) if I load new codes in these devices .
    What is the difference between a SENSOR and a SENSOR_NOTIFY. This setting is a choice in setting of the 100-12 .

    Looking forward to your response.

    Pat Gallina

  • #2
    Originally posted by Gallina View Post
    ...After the HS GC plugin crashed and I could'nt find answers from HS I thought I would try your Plugin. Your plug is much more comprehensive.
    I have a few questions, I have five GC devices and they all showed up ,but they show no codes . All my devices have data bases . Why cant they show the data. I could use the data they have to create events in HS. Will it cause a problem(re:delete) if I load new codes in these devices .
    What is the difference between a SENSOR and a SENSOR_NOTIFY. This setting is a choice in setting of the 100-12 .

    Looking forward to your response.

    Pat Gallina
    https://irdb.globalcache.com/ Once you log in, click "Database", then select the brand name, select a device type, then select the model, then click Send Code Set.

    Once you get the e-mail, save the codes to a text file, then import the file via PLUG-INS > UltraGCIR3 > IR Import

    I believe when a port is set to sensor notify, the plug-in receives those changes in real time. I recommend using sensor notify.

    Regards,
    Ultrajones
    Plug-ins: UltraMon, UltraM1G, UltraCID, Ultra1Wire, UltraLog, UltraWeatherBug, UltraPioneerAVR, UltraGCIR

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    • #3
      IR CODES

      Ultra
      First let me thank you for your response. I was ready to forget GC when it comes to HS,
      I received the ir code I wanted from GC but I cant copy it from the email to a text file.
      None of my devices appear in your device box to give me the opportunity to exclude. It is hard to identify the iTach devices . the GC ihelp finds them all.
      I was able to convert email to text not sure I did it right.. I created a file and saved. When I tried to import I received this message.

      0 IR codes were successfully added to the selected Global Cache device.

      How much of the file info do I save and convert?


      Thanks again looking forward to your reply

      Pat
      Last edited by Gallina; October 9th, 2015, 01:34 PM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Gallina View Post
        Ultra
        First let me thank you for your response. I was ready to forget GC when it comes to HS,
        I received the ir code I wanted from GC but I cant copy it from the email to a text file.
        None of my devices appear in your device box to give me the opportunity to exclude. It is hard to identify the iTach devices . the GC ihelp finds them all.
        I was able to convert email to text not sure I did it right.. I created a file and saved. When I tried to import I received this message.

        0 IR codes were successfully added to the selected Global Cache device.

        How much of the file info do I save and convert?


        Thanks again looking forward to your reply

        Pat
        Please post the file you tried to import. I want to look at it ...
        Plug-ins: UltraMon, UltraM1G, UltraCID, Ultra1Wire, UltraLog, UltraWeatherBug, UltraPioneerAVR, UltraGCIR

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        • #5
          import ir codes

          <p>code set: 1429</p><p>function: POWER OFF</p><p>code1: sendir,1:1,1,38000,1,1,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,70,1 0,70,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,1657 ,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,70 ,10,70,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,70,10,1657
          </p><p>hex code1: 0000 006D 0000 0020 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 0046 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0679 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 0679</p><p>code2: </p><p>hex code2: </p>

          Per your request


          I was able to id the devices with unique name.

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          • #6
            ir codes not saving

            <table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="3" width="100%"><tbody><tr><td class="alt2"></td> <td nowrap="nowrap"> Gallina
            Seer

            </td> <td width="100%"> </td> <td nowrap="nowrap" valign="top"> Join Date: Aug 2011
            Location: Ohio
            Posts: 74


            </td> </tr> </tbody></table> import ir codes
            <hr style="color:#D1D1E1; background-color:#D1D1E1" size="1"> code set: 1429
            function: POWER OFF
            code1: sendir,1:1,1,38000,1,1,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,70,1 0,70,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,1657 ,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,70 ,10,70,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,70,10,1657

            hex code1: 0000 006D 0000 0020 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 0046 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0679 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 0679
            code2:
            hex code2:


            Per your request


            I was able to id the devices with unique name.

            Current Date/Time: 10/19/2015 11:54:58 AM
            HomeSeer Version: HS3 Pro Edition 3.0.0.208
            Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Home - Work Station
            System Uptime: 1 Day 16 Hours 8 Minutes 16 Seconds
            IP Address: 192.168.0.52
            Number of Devices: 178
            Number of Events: 35

            Enabled Plug-Ins
            2.0.49.0: BLLock
            3.0.0.56: DSC Security
            3.0.0.75: HSTouch Server
            3.0.5.20: Insteon
            3.0.5584.29762: UltraGCIR3
            3.0.1.30: Z-Wave

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Gallina View Post
              <table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="3" width="100%"><tbody><tr><td class="alt2"></td> <td nowrap="nowrap"> Gallina
              Seer

              </td> <td width="100%"> </td> <td nowrap="nowrap" valign="top"> Join Date: Aug 2011
              Location: Ohio
              Posts: 74


              </td> </tr> </tbody></table> import ir codes
              <hr style="color:#D1D1E1; background-color:#D1D1E1" size="1"> code set: 1429
              function: POWER OFF
              code1: sendir,1:1,1,38000,1,1,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,70,1 0,70,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,1657 ,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,70 ,10,70,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,70,10,1657

              hex code1: 0000 006D 0000 0020 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 0046 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0679 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 0679
              code2:
              hex code2:


              Per your request


              I was able to id the devices with unique name.

              Current Date/Time: 10/19/2015 11:54:58 AM
              HomeSeer Version: HS3 Pro Edition 3.0.0.208
              Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Home - Work Station
              System Uptime: 1 Day 16 Hours 8 Minutes 16 Seconds
              IP Address: 192.168.0.52
              Number of Devices: 178
              Number of Events: 35

              Enabled Plug-Ins
              2.0.49.0: BLLock
              3.0.0.56: DSC Security
              3.0.0.75: HSTouch Server
              3.0.5.20: Insteon
              3.0.5584.29762: UltraGCIR3
              3.0.1.30: Z-Wave
              Those IR codes are not in the correct format. Where are you getting that output from?
              Plug-ins: UltraMon, UltraM1G, UltraCID, Ultra1Wire, UltraLog, UltraWeatherBug, UltraPioneerAVR, UltraGCIR

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Ultrajones View Post
                Those IR codes are not in the correct format. Where are you getting that output from?
                Please try this:
                • From https://irdb.globalcache.com/, click log-in
                • Enter the IR brand, select the device type, then select Model then click "Send Code Set"
                • Save the contents of the body of an e-mail to a file and exclude the first line "function, code1, hexcode1, code2, hexcode2"
                • Import the saved test file.
                Plug-ins: UltraMon, UltraM1G, UltraCID, Ultra1Wire, UltraLog, UltraWeatherBug, UltraPioneerAVR, UltraGCIR

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                • #9
                  ir codes

                  I got the codes from GC site. This is POWER off for a sharp TV.(all models)
                  Could you edit and send back. I tried with no luck. Below is a fresh download from GC
                  code1: sendir,1:1,1,38000,1,1,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,70,1 0,70,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,1657 ,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,70 ,10,70,10,30,10,70,10,30,10,70,10,1657

                  hex code1: 0000 006D 0000 0020 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 0046 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0679 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 001e 000a 0046 000a 0679

                  code2:
                  Last edited by Gallina; October 20th, 2015, 12:51 PM.

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