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Panasonic tuner tz-hr400p (mode 2)
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binky123
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PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2018 2:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here is a protocols.ini entry that will look for HEX=62 and replace it with 55 and set repeat count to 30.

[Kaseikyo (30 repeats on OBC185)]
PID=01 F8
VariantName=slingbox
DevParms=OEM1=84,OEM2=87,Device:4=5,Sub Device=88,Leadout(mS):20|33 only 40 bits!|70|44=3
DeviceTranslator=Translator(4,8,0) \
Translator(lsb,comp,0,8,8) \
Translator(lsb,comp,1,8,16) \
XorCheck(4,24,15,4) \
Translator(lsb,comp,2,4,28) \
Translator(lsb,comp,3,8,32)
FixedData=03 D5 15 35 E5
CmdParms=OBC=0,G=0
DefaultCmd=00 00
CmdTranslator=Translator(lsb,comp,0,8,0) Translator(lsb,comp,1,8,8)
Notes=Use this for a decode of Kaseikyo-M.N For example, for a decode of Kaseikyo-84.87, device 5.88, OBC=31, G=71, enter 84 as OEM1, 87 as OEM2, \
5 as Device, 88 as SubDevice, 31 as OBC, and 71 as G. 4 Lead-out times are available, but 33mS sends only 40 bits, omitting G from the transmission.
Code.S3C80=45 91 52 8B 18 8F 45 08 08 00 DA 00 C6 00 DA 02 7D 27 70 06 D1 03 40 40 F8 92 68 55 26 08 08 A6 C0 62 ED FF 2B E6 0D 1E E6 08 55 20 01 08 03 37 03 0B 37 00 13 56 28 F7 C4 22 1C 8B 0B 37 00 05 C4 26 1C 8B 03 C4 24 1C 8D 01 46

The code that does the comparison is A6 C0 62 where 62 is the HEX byte when you use OBC=185. G=226. The hex bytes become 62 B8. When the code see this, it'll replace the 62 with 55 so hex bytes becomes 55 B8.
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chuliu



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PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2018 2:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks. I will try that.
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PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2018 4:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just wanted to confirm that the protocol.ini entry works very well.
I simply opened the original mode 2 rmdu and changed protocol to kaseiko 30 repeats and add a function with obc 185 and g value 226. Then I assign a button to that function. It all works.

Thanks.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2018 3:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just wanted to summarise this thread:
Panasonic tz-hr400p has two remote modes, for user who has 2 same devices in his home to avoid interference between remotes and set top boxes.

I have found the original mode 1 file by Philip Reid,
Phillip Reid's file

The g values are incorrect, which results the file fails to work on the set top box.

I have uploaded a mode 1 file with the correct g values and with bink123's 185 obc protocol. In short, it enable obc 185 to send ok button for long press, which is helpful for slingbox users. They can use this obc 185 function to send long pressed ok to confirm pin change or reset the set top box.

I have mapped obc 185 to the button "3 digit input" as in my opinion we don't need to press 3 digit input to switch to 3 digit channels on tz-hr400p. When you press 3 digit input on the virtual remote, you are in fact sending long pressed ok.

Note one need to add the entry below to procotols.ini to open it in remotemaster.

[Kaseikyo (30 repeats on OBC185)]
PID=01 F8
VariantName=slingbox
DevParms=OEM1=84,OEM2=87,Device:4=5,Sub Device=88,Leadout(mS):20|33 only 40 bits!|70|44=3
DeviceTranslator=Translator(4,8,0) \
Translator(lsb,comp,0,8,8) \
Translator(lsb,comp,1,8,16) \
XorCheck(4,24,15,4) \
Translator(lsb,comp,2,4,28) \
Translator(lsb,comp,3,8,32)
FixedData=03 D5 15 35 E5
CmdParms=OBC=0,G=0
DefaultCmd=00 00
CmdTranslator=Translator(lsb,comp,0,8,0) Translator(lsb,comp,1,8,8)
Notes=Use this for a decode of Kaseikyo-M.N For example, for a decode of Kaseikyo-84.87, device 5.88, OBC=31, G=71, enter 84 as OEM1, 87 as OEM2, \
5 as Device, 88 as SubDevice, 31 as OBC, and 71 as G. 4 Lead-out times are available, but 33mS sends only 40 bits, omitting G from the transmission.
Code.S3C80=45 91 52 8B 18 8F 45 08 08 00 DA 00 C6 00 DA 02 7D 27 70 06 D1 03 40 40 F8 92 68 55 26 08 08 A6 C0 62 ED FF 2B E6 0D 1E E6 08 55 20 01 08 03 37 03 0B 37 00 13 56 28 F7 C4 22 1C 8B 0B 37 00 05 C4 26 1C 8B 03 C4 24 1C 8D 01 46



I have also uploaded a mode 1 bin file with the same obc feature.
It can be upload to slingbox as is and works like I said above, 3 digit input acts as long pressed ok.

And rmdu for tz-hr400p mode 2 and long repeat ok

and slingbox bin file for tz-hr400p mode 2 with long repeat ok

Thanks.

________________________________
I just checked the files 2 weeks ago and found out there were some careless errors in mode 2 files. numeric 3 has g value 0, also, ok with repeat g value was 0. I changed it to a correct
value. They should all work now. Thanks.

to sends mode 1 ok with repeat 30 times, use mode 1 rmdu or mode 1 bin, upload it to slingbox, then when you press 3 digit button on the virtual remote, it sends ok with 30 repeats.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 1:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sorry I made revision to my files on the post one above, as I checked the mode 2 bin file total download count before I edited the file was 14 times. I think at least 14 people downloaded this version which won't work properly. Please re-download the correct file.
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