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Keeprite DLCDHR12K1A1 A/C unit
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ylaviolette



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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2020 2:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

No problem, will prepare an updated ict with notes per signal. Stay tuned, thx
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 26, 2020 2:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have figured out what was wrong with the Pronto file, you had repeated the first 2 signals, so once I deleted those, they matched up. I have decoded most of the data in the signals, the only remaining issues are:

1. I couldn't find the Follow Me code
2. There are 2 bits that change for Power, I don't know if one of them is really something else.
3. Bits 13-20 are zero for all the signals except for the OFF signal from the first batch, which is odd.
4. I can't nail down the checksum. It's obviously a SUM of something, reading the data as LSB, because it increments with the TEMP as it changes, but I can't find a formula that works for all of the signals.
5. There were several incomplete signals (like 16c from the first batch, and 4 near the end of the second batch, but I think I was able to figure out all the missing data for those.

Here are my findings:
http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/dload.php?action=file&file_id=26060

I haven't tried writing an executor for it yet as I'd really like to have the executor calculate the checksum, but I haven't decided how best to handle the odd number of bits (67 bits is a very strange number for an IR signal).
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 30, 2020 9:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have created an upgrade for the Keeprite:
http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/dload.php?action=file&file_id=26067
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2020 10:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's an updated version that uses 1 less byte of variable data and calculates the checksum.

http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/dload.php?action=file&file_id=26069

It requires the following to be added to protocols.ini first:

Code:
[Keeprite A/C]
PID=01 FE
VariantName=JP1KR
CmdParms=Mode:Auto|Cool|Dry|Fan|Heat=0, \
    Power1:Off|On=1, \
    Fan:Auto|Low|Med|High=0, \
    Unknown:Off|On=0, \
    Sleep:Off|On=0, \
    Temp C:16C|17C|18C|19C|20C|21C|22C|23C|24C|25C|26C|27C|28C|29C|30C=0, \
    Temp F:61F|63F|64F|66F|68F|70F|72F|73F|75F|77F|79F|81F|82F|84F|86F=0, \
    Turbo:Off|On=0, \
    Light:Off|On=0, \
    Power2:Off|On=1, \
    Swing style:Off|Full|Pos1|Pos2|Pos3|Pos4|Pos5|Bottom|-|Middle|-|Top=0, \
    Temp display:Off|Indoor Set|Indoor Ambient|Outdoor Ambient=0, \
    Main Power:On|Off=0
CmdTranslator=Translator(LSB,0,3,0) Translator(LSB,1,1,3) Translator(LSB,2,2,4) Translator(LSB,3,1,6) Translator(LSB,4,1,7) \
    Translator(LSB,5,4,8) Translator(LSB,6,4,8) Translator(LSB,7,1,12) Translator(LSB,8,1,13) Translator(LSB,9,2,14) \
    Translator(LSB,10,4,16) Translator(LSB,12,1,20) Translator(LSB,11,3,21)
DefaultCmd=00 00 00
CmdIndex=0
FixedData=
Notes=
Code.S3C80=43 8C 03 8B 12 8F 44 08 03 01 45 03 31 01 45 01 06 27 10 11 A7 08 B7 C6 10 04 01 18 05 E4 04 05 56 04 F0 56 05 0F C6 06 0A 40 19 08 56 08 F0 F0 C1 10 C1 FB 06 46 04 05 46 05 80 19 09 56 09 C0 46 09 02 5C 0E 1C 04 87 31 02 F6 FF 73 02 54 1A F6 38 C5 F6 FF 73 F0 C4 56 C4 0F 49 0A F6 01 46 B0 13 E6 29 40 E4 08 03 E4 09 04 B0 05 E4 0A 06 8D 01 46 2C 08 10 C3 C0 C4 2A FA AF

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