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Post 2 made on Friday May 20, 2011 at 18:05
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August 2009
Probably your Pace box uses a toggle bit in the IR signals to distinguish between a long button press that sends multiple repeats of the signals and two button presses that send repeats of the same signal. In the first case wou want the box to understand "1", and in the second case "11".

So the original remote (probably) inverts one bit (the "toggle" bit) of the IR signal each time a button is newly pressed, and the box uses that information to determine if you intend for "1" or "11". However, a learned signal has only one state of the toggle bit learned, and so it can't invert the toggle bit.

I assume that USBUIRT is capable of handling toggle bits, but you'll need to decode the learned signals. Can you post some UIRT info on your learned signals here? Maybe we can recognize the IR protocol.

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