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Post 1 made on Sunday December 9, 2001 at 16:45
christopheri
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Does anybody have a solution for getting the NEO to work with X10, I am using my $50 radio shack remote to do it. I cannot get the neo to learn the codes, even after allot of coaxing, (moving distance, lighting etc) It will learn other ones, but not the X10 from the radio shack.

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Chris Cropley
Post 2 made on Sunday December 9, 2001 at 17:22
Daniel Tonks
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Which RS remote?
Post 3 made on Sunday December 9, 2001 at 21:35
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On 12/09/01 16:45.27, christopheri said...
Does anybody have a solution for getting the NEO
to work with X10, I am using my $50 radio shack
remote to do it. I cannot get the neo to learn
the codes, even after allot of coaxing, (moving
distance, lighting etc) It will learn other ones,
but not the X10 from the radio shack.

it also fails with my X10 DVD anywhere remote, I have an x10 8 in 1 learning remote and a x10 6 in 1 remote I will try with them and let you know the results.
Post 4 made on Sunday December 9, 2001 at 22:15
Vapor8
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Chances are you will not be able to 'learn' the codes, since they are NOT IR codes. Unless you have an IR-RF X10 bridge, it's not possible. The remotes you are talking about use RF (radio frequency) and not IR (infra-red) for any X10 functions...

Your best bet is to purchase a bridge, which will convert RF signals to the appropriate IR signals...

This message was edited by Vapor8 on 12/09/01 22:40.08.
Post 5 made on Sunday December 9, 2001 at 22:50
Daniel Tonks
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Just buy an IR543 and convert IR directly to X-10.

Which is why I asked which remote... some X-10 remotes broadcast X-10 signals only in RF, while others do it in IR (and some both).

This message was edited by Daniel Tonks on 12/09/01 23:56.06.
OP | Post 6 made on Monday December 10, 2001 at 01:08
christopheri
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I have the IR543, and the 15-1995 RS remote. I can see the remote sending out an ir signal using my camcorder. I also ordered a Pronto 2000 today.

thank you.

Chris Cropley
Post 7 made on Monday December 10, 2001 at 01:16
Daniel Tonks
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You should be able to learn just fine off of the 1995 -- what happens when you try?

This message was edited by Daniel Tonks on 12/10/01 01:21.28.
Post 8 made on Thursday December 13, 2001 at 11:52
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I also have the IR543. The IR remote I am using is a 15-1925 RS. The combination works fine but I cannot "teach" the ProntoNeo the X-10 codes. I get the failed message.

Can someone tell me what frequency X-10 IR commands are broadcast at? Could it be a brand settings issue? There are a number of Pronto .ccf files with the codes around. Has anyone heard of a .ccf to .ncf translator program?
Post 9 made on Thursday December 13, 2001 at 15:57
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I fear the 15-1925 might actually be RF X-10?
Post 10 made on Thursday December 13, 2001 at 16:38
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The 15-925 is an IR/RF remote. I have disconnected my RF receiver and tested the remote with the IR543. Works fine, even lights the IR 543's pilot light when you send IR.

Still can't get the ProntoNeo to accept X-10 IR commands. I still wonder if the device setting (branding) does not somehow restrict the frequencies that the remote will accept
OP | Post 11 made on Friday December 14, 2001 at 19:22
christopheri
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Found a solution.
ordered a tsu-2000 works great!
Post 12 made on Saturday December 15, 2001 at 02:15
Louie Foster
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Ditto, I can't get it to learn the codes either.
Post 13 made on Tuesday December 18, 2001 at 09:09
Adrian
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What is a tsu-2000 ?
Post 14 made on Wednesday December 26, 2001 at 18:31
ericsante
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I have a Pronto NEO and an IR543 what do I set in the NEO remote to controll my lighs?
Post 15 made on Monday January 7, 2002 at 15:30
canoura
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Save yourselves lots of headaches, i just returned my neo and bought a new TSU 2000 + docking station from PricesRite.com

Philips TSU2000 Learning TSU2000 $224.82
LCD TouchScreen Remote
with 2MB Flash Memory
Philips DS1000 Docking DS1000 $52.79
station Charger(for
Pronto TS1000)

Subtotal $277.61
Shipping $32.89
Tax $0.00
Total $310.50


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