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dtveng



Joined: 11 Feb 2012
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 01, 2012 5:29 pm    Post subject: Re: Big Button Remotes Reply with quote

eferz wrote:
... URC-6410 or URC-6420. They are known as the "Easy & Robust " and the "Easy & Robust (2-n-1)". These could very well be the first big button remotes which might one day be compatible with our tools. At least it has the 6-pin IDC header we've all come to love.


I emailed oneforall UK about these remotes and got the following response:

"yes, both units have a new JP1.2 connector in them."

So I think I will order one to play with once I clear some other projects off.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 01, 2012 5:47 pm    Post subject: Re: Big Button Remotes Reply with quote

dtveng wrote:
I emailed oneforall UK about these remotes and got the following response:

"yes, both units have a new JP1.2 connector in them."

So I think I will order one to play with once I clear some other projects off.

Hmm... I wonder if their definition of JP1.2 matches ours. Actually, to be honest I'm not entirely sure what the differences of our definitions between the different JP1.x remotes. My guess it has something to do with the communications protocol or processor version. I do know connection of pin 5 is not recommend for JP1.3 remotes and all of the JP1.x remotes are all flash based whereas as the original JP1's used EEPROM for storage.

Anyways, sounds good! Sounds like a fun project to get involved with. I hope you it works out for you.
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Remotes; JP1.2: Comcast URC-1067, JP1.3: Insignia NS-RC02U-10A, JP1.4 OARI06G, JP2.1: Cox URC-8820-MOTO (still trying to figure out how to make them self-aware.)
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Durkie



Joined: 04 May 2012
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PostPosted: Fri May 04, 2012 10:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

@dtveng: I've got a URC-6420 Remote and I tried to connect it to a Jp1.2/1.3 USB cable but it doesn't work.

Did you manage to get it to work?
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