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pid-0001

UEI protocol: 0001
IRP notation: {0k,msb}<24,-9314|24,-13486>(24,-21148,(F:5,1,-28m)+)
EFC translation: 5-bit MSB comp

As of version 8.31 KM has seriously wrong OBC translation for pid-0001, so use only EFC's with KM.

pid-0003

UEI protocol: 0003
IRP notation: {40.2k,389}<2,-2|3,-1>(F:8,~F:8,^102k)+
EFC translation: LSB

pid-0004

UEI protocol: 0004
IRP notation: {0k,msb}<12,-130|12,-372>(F:6,12,-27k)+
EFC translation: 6-bit MSB comp

pid-0083

UEI protocol: 0083
EFC translation: 5-bit MSB comp
IRP notation: {42.3K, 3000}<1,-3,1,-7|1,-7,1,-3>(F:5,1,-27)+

This protocol is a very limited design. We have seen it used only in the UEI setup code TV/0159, which is for some TVs brand named Fisher, Sanyo and Sears. It is not likely that any other code set uses this protocol. So if you get a correct decode of pid-0083 you probably have a TV that can be controlled by the TV/0159 setup code.

As of version 8.31, KM does not translate OBC to EFC according to the same rules used by DecodeIr. RM does translate consistently with DecodeIr, so you may find it easier to use RM. If you use KM, you should use the EFC number from the decode not the OBC number. Pid-0083 protocol uses the same EFC numbering across all JP1 remotes, so use of EFC is safe. KM uses different OBC numbering than RM and DecodeIr, so use of OBCs isn't safe.

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