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Latest post 03-10-2010 2:43 AM by Keith Saunders. 1 replies.
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  • 03-09-2010 1:32 PM

    Problem with self-made xml-file for Automation lift.


    Can anybody help me?

    First details:

    Programs used: Beo5 config tool 3.59, Lintronic old version (001.004.005)  and Beo5 3rd party XML generator (version

    Beo5 firmware: 1.42a.

    Hardware: 1. Beo5 with serail number >21404408. 

                      2. Lintronic TT455-RT-238.

                      3. Future automation lift (but no info about type/model).

    I have captured the two commands up and down with the Original remote. The Lintronic software recognize the two IR-codes as NEC format. So i have set the frequency to 38KHz in the 3rd party xml generator.

    And then i drop the XML-file as usual in to the Beo5 config tool. 

    I now have two Buttons: "Up" and "Down" on the Remote.

    When i press them, the Lift makes no reaction.  The back of the Beo5 remote shows activaty when I Press one of the buttons. (the usual two flashing red lights.)

    I therefore tried to capture the signals from the "Up" and "down" on the Beo5 remote with Lintronic. And that was no problem WHY??? 

    I was cable of sending the IR-commands from Beo5 with the Lintronic (using the "test" function in the software) back to Lift IR-receiver and then the lift reacted and made the movements WHY???

    A resume of the problem: The Beo 5 is sending the 3rd party IR-command but the 3rd party IR-reciver (furture automation lift) receives no commands.  

    I hope you can help me. (keith Saunders)

    Thank you 

    Regards Christian




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  • 03-10-2010 2:43 AM In reply to

    Re: Problem with self-made xml-file for Automation lift.


    I understand your problem and I can confirm that the Beo5 can control the Future Automations lift product using NEC protocol without problems.

    Click HERE to download a working XML and HERE for an alternative layout version.

    The hard keys in these XML files are pre-assigned meaning it should be Plug-n-Play

    Extract from the ZIP file to C:\ and then the files will be added to the correct directory.

    Please provide feedback with your experience using these XML files.

    Regards Keith....

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