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Cisco explorer 8600HDC
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Post 1 made on Wednesday October 10, 2012 at 11:35
buzz Jensen
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Need descrete hex for on & off
Post 2 made on Wednesday October 10, 2012 at 13:01
tweeterguy
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Do you have the option in the setup menu of the box to enable power state via "power and numeric"?

If yes, use 0-Exit for ON

If you truly think you need an off (you really don't), OFF would be 0-Exit-Pwr

If you don't have that ability you'll need to looking into other options such as variables, voltage sensing, video sensing or just leaving the thing on and having a toggle pwr button on your remote.
Post 3 made on Friday October 12, 2012 at 03:14
Daniel Tonks
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Just to clarify, there ARE no discrete codes for Cisco/Scientific Atlanta products. The closest thing is the SARA-based "power and numeric" (or "power, numeric and other"), but this isn't offered on Passport or OCAP software version. If you have those, voltage sensing is the most reliable solution.


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