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Could the Ocelot "learn" either of these remote codes?

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    The short answer is I don't know. I would assume that they would devise an IR protocol that would be hard to learn. Also, since it says it allows up to 30 remotes to be used, there must be something else going on (2-way maybe?). If it were a static, one way IR command that could be learned, there would be no limits on how many remotes could be used.

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  • Rupp
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    Jim,
    My first thoughts were to use this on the door going to the house from the garage and simply set a Pyramid somewhere in the garage. The door on the back is inside a covered porch as well as the front door. Add up the cost though, and the fact that it wouldn't be easy to tell if it is locked (no discrete ir), and you would probably end up unlocking them as much as locking them.

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  • Jim Doolittle
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    Rupp,

    I don't have an answer for whether Ocelot could learn this (sounds like a question for Jon Armstrong). But I was wondering how you would get the IR to the lock?

    I don't think you want an stickon IR emitter or a Pyramid sitting outside. I suppose you could build one of those IR blasters.

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