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HUMAX iHD-FOX C (KabelBW - Germany)
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 08, 2010 2:53 am    Post subject: HUMAX iHD-FOX C (KabelBW - Germany) Reply with quote

I'm looking for the slingbox code for the KabelBW remote (Germany).

STB Model: HUMAX iHD-FOX C

The remote is from ruwido, protocol is r-map.

Here is the user manual of the box:

http://www.kabelbw.de/kabelbw/cms/downloads/Bedienungsanleitungen/Bedienungsanleitung_iHDFOXC.pdf

Is it possible to get this protocol/remote to work with slingbox?

SOLUTION:
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eferz wrote:
3FG wrote:
I've uploaded a zip file which contains a protocols.ini fragment, and a class file called BitExpander. This allows the use of RMIR directly, without the need for a manual protocol, and accepts the natural OBCs. It uses the UEI executor, and seems to send IR signals identical to the learns eferz obtained from his Harmony.

Here's the RMDU file (for a RCA RCRP05B--I don't own a Slingbox). Of course this RMDU file won't load unless the above protocols.ini and class file have been incorporated.

I installed BitExpander into RemoteMaster.jar (1.5r) and the respective protocol.ini excerpt. Transcribed your RMDU for the RCRP05B to the Slingbox and exported its bin files. The following files are referenced below.
BIN file Instructions.
Customization instructions:


Note: this protocol has been added to the latest versions of RMIR (2.02) and DecodeIR (2.44) as the "Humax 4Phase" protocol.
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 08, 2010 6:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm a bit confused. We normally do Slingbox codes for the device, not the remote.

The Custom remote for that STB is at http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/dload.php?action=file&file_id=7569

Can you be a bit more specific on what you are trying to achieve ?
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 20, 2010 7:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The attached file is not working with my KabelBW Box. The STB is not reacting on commands i send with your custom remote!
I guess this KabelBW STB is a special version of the Humax iCord HD.

I want to control my Humax STB with my Slingbox when i'm away!
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 20, 2010 9:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

That Custom Remote is definitely the right one. Have you checked your IR Blasters are actually firing when you tap a button on the virtual remote ? (watch through a digital camera, try with a real remote first so you know what you are looking for)
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2010 2:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for you support.

I made a mistake, sorry i posted the wrong STB model.
The receiver i have is a iHD-FOX C and not the HUMAX PDR iCord HD, i have no idea how i came to iCord...?!

The posted user manual (my first post) points to the right box + file and also says iHD-FOX C

Is there a custom remote available?
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2010 8:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

OK, I loaded that model on my Harmony and learnt some codes, but they are coming up with <unknown> protocol.

You will need one of the resident experts on the forum to check the signals to see if they can figure it out.

I exported 4 signals in UE1 format but I suspect that won't be enough, so if someone is willing to help, just tell me what you need. The UE1 signals are:

Protocol=<unknown> (UEI Learned)
00 00 2E 00 A0 08 00 73 00 D2 00 62 00 A3 00 A0 00 6E 00 50 01 2C 00 57 00 70 00 82 00 5A 00 69 B8 CE 00 6E 01 04 14 01 23 45 41 16 01 27 41 41 16
Protocol=<unknown> (UEI Learned)
00 00 44 00 A6 0B 00 75 00 D0 00 6F 00 A3 00 7D 00 65 00 55 01 0C 00 61 00 70 00 9E B9 DA 00 A2 00 79 00 46 00 6D 01 42 00 7F 00 52 00 9F 00 A2 FF FF 27 01 23 44 24 45 01 63 41 78 50 16 34 94 24 50 16 34 14 44 A0
Protocol=<unknown> (UEI Learned)
00 00 4E 00 A4 0B 00 72 00 D2 00 70 00 A7 00 75 00 6B 00 50 01 12 00 5D 00 71 00 4F 00 A6 00 50 B8 B4 00 A1 00 76 00 A9 00 5C 01 41 00 A8 00 82 00 4E 16 01 23 44 22 15 60 17 32 54 21 56 8B 01 83 41 44 15 60 15 05 83 94 41 56 01 83 A1 44 15 60
Protocol=<unknown> (UEI Learned)
00 00 5C 00 A0 0E 00 73 00 D6 00 6B 00 A6 00 7C 00 66 00 4D 01 13 00 5D 00 7B 00 6A B9 7E 00 A0 00 78 00 55 00 A4 00 4B 00 73 00 7D B9 C8 00 46 00 5A 00 82 00 8C 00 64 00 5A 00 82 00 50 0A 01 23 44 22 15 8A 01 63 47 82 19 28 01 63 41 A4 75 07 23 2B C4 75 07 63 D1 44 15 01 63 47 42 15
Protocol=<unknown> (UEI Learned)
00 00 51 00 A0 0D 00 72 00 DA 00 6C 00 A5 00 93 00 71 00 50 01 13 00 62 00 72 00 50 00 8C 00 96 01 46 00 50 B9 39 00 55 00 AA 00 6E 00 50 00 6E 01 04 00 46 00 64 00 50 FF FF 32 01 23 41 54 67 08 23 41 94 67 01 23 42 94 67 08 23 21 44 67 01 2A 41 B4 6C
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2010 10:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wow, that protocol's a mess, there's a whole bunch of changes going on there. Al, could you do me a favor and learn the same button several times in a row please. I'd like to try to get an idea of which changes are just fluctuations in the learns and which ones are supposed to be there.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2010 10:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Quote:
Wow, that protocol's a mess

No kidding!!!
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2010 1:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I built a working remote control for my Humax iHD Fox-C + Slingbox on http://betaremotes.slingbox.com/

Unfortunately there's a too long delay when I'm typing more than one digit. So I can not switch to a channel > 9 using the numeric keypad.

So I still use my old Diginova 2 PNK for the Slingbox (which is much more comfortable at all). My Humax runs when I'm at home.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2010 1:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

BM910 wrote:
I built a working remote control for my Humax iHD Fox-C + Slingbox on http://betaremotes.slingbox.com/

Unfortunately there's a too long delay when I'm typing more than one digit. So I can not switch to a channel > 9 by using the numeric keypad.

Well post your bin here, so we can take a look at it and see if we can fix the delay.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2010 1:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

vickyg2003 wrote:
Well post your bin here, so we can take a look at it and see if we can fix the delay.


Unfortunately that site doesn't produce a BIN file, it produce a Sling-specific file with an LRZ extension. We are trying to decipher it, so far with no success. However it appears to use a completely different system as you can allocate each button to a different device.

For Rob: here are 6 copies of the '2' button

Protocol=<unknown> (UEI Learned)
00 00 26 00 A0 07 00 6E 00 D2 00 6E 00 A6 00 A0 00 6E 00 6E 01 04 00 5A 00 6A 00 50 00 A0 00 50 B5 F4 0B 01 23 41 44 15 60
Protocol=<unknown> (UEI Learned)
00 00 40 00 A0 09 00 70 00 D2 00 5E 00 A7 00 9D 00 73 00 6E 01 04 00 5F 00 70 00 50 B9 39 00 50 01 0B 00 78 00 64 00 96 00 8C 21 01 23 41 44 11 50 12 64 14 71 15 01 86 41 44 11 50 8B 01 26 41 44 11 50
Protocol=<unknown> (UEI Learned)
00 00 5B 00 A0 0C 00 71 00 D2 00 6B 00 A7 00 7D 00 7A 00 4B 01 14 00 5B 00 75 00 51 00 A5 00 4E B8 C1 00 A0 00 71 00 7D 00 5A 00 AA 00 50 00 49 00 64 00 6E 01 04 4D 01 23 44 22 15 60 17 32 54 81 56 01 93 41 44 21 60 12 34 54 81 56 01 23 41 A4 15 60 17 B4 1A 41 56 01 73 41 A2 55 60
Protocol=<unknown> (UEI Learned)
00 00 57 00 A0 0B 00 71 00 D2 00 6A 00 A7 00 79 00 68 00 50 01 11 00 5B 00 73 00 4F 00 A6 00 50 B8 BE 00 A5 00 66 00 82 00 50 00 96 00 8C 00 46 00 6E 4D 01 23 44 22 15 60 17 32 54 21 56 01 73 81 44 15 60 12 34 54 21 56 01 93 41 A4 15 60 17 32 14 41 56 01 73 21 44 15 60
Protocol=<unknown> (UEI Learned)
00 00 54 00 A0 0B 00 6E 00 CB 00 6C 00 A6 00 79 00 6D 00 50 01 11 00 5B 00 73 00 53 00 A5 00 50 B8 C1 00 A2 00 69 00 82 00 50 00 46 00 69 00 6E 01 04 21 01 23 44 22 15 60 17 32 54 21 56 01 73 81 44 15 60 8B 00 23 45 42 15 60 16 01 73 41 94 15 60 17 A4 19 21 56
Protocol=<unknown> (UEI Learned)
00 00 5B 00 A0 0C 00 71 00 D2 00 6C 00 A6 00 7B 00 76 00 4B 01 19 00 5B 00 74 00 51 00 A5 00 50 B8 C2 00 A0 00 71 00 7D 00 5A 00 64 01 04 00 46 00 69 00 50 00 50 4D 01 23 44 22 15 60 17 32 54 81 56 01 23 41 42 15 60 12 34 54 81 56 01 29 41 A4 15 60 17 34 1A 41 56 01 73 41 B2 55 60
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2010 7:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If anyone else would like to look at these signals, here they are in IR file format:
http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/dload.php?action=file&file_id=8676
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2010 8:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Robman wrote:
If anyone else would like to look at these signals, here they are in IR file format:
http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/dload.php?action=file&file_id=8676


Since the keypresses seem to have different size frames, would that mean that this is phase encoded too?

I remember once you said that UEI has a limit in how many different timing pairs it can use, do you think we should be using ICT timing data instead of UEI learns? Alan is using a widget. When I had perfectly good data in IRScope s from my XMP, when I used the export to UEI learns, the signal that my remote shot back out was not a good XMP signal. I think with a signal this weird we should be working with all the data so we don't go down the wrong road.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2010 9:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would have been happy to see the raw ICT file too.

The variable length has made me look at the possibility of it being bi-phase too, and I've also tried looking at it as each pair only having one time, something like...

1 = +150 -0
0 = +0 -150

... but I haven't found the right time pairs yet.

Here's an ICT file for this STB:
http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/dload.php?action=file&file_id=9084

[EDIT - 11/01/2010]I have split the IRScope discussion off to here:
http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=12690
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 16, 2010 4:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm still trying to use it with slingbox, has anyone a solution for this?
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