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  • 12-29-2007 12:15 PM

    HEX codes for Beolink 1000

    I just bought a universal remote and I want ot use it to control my Beosystem 7000. It came with a database of commands but it is missing two commands that I have on the Beolink 1000; the AV and TV commands. Does anyone know what the HEX codes for this commands are or point me to the right direction.

    Thanks.

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  • 01-02-2008 2:57 PM In reply to

    Re: HEX codes for Beolink 1000

    The HEX code for TV is 80 and the HEX for AV is BF

    Regards Keith....

  • 01-04-2008 3:19 PM In reply to

    Re: HEX codes for Beolink 1000

    I have a similar problem, but I'm missing the V. Tape function on my universal remote, so I can't view anything that's plugged into the SCART plug. Do you know the HEX code for that button?
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  • 01-04-2008 4:09 PM In reply to

    Re: HEX codes for Beolink 1000

    The HEX code for VTR is 85 and there is also VTR_SCART which is E7

    Regards Keith....

  • 01-04-2008 7:24 PM In reply to

    • Goldfrog88
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    Re: HEX codes for Beolink 1000

    I don't know the codes, but is the universal remote a 'learning remote'?  Can it learn the code from your Beolink1000 terminal?

  • 01-07-2008 8:02 PM In reply to

    Re: HEX codes for Beolink 1000

    Thank you Keith. I thought the HEX codes were longer sequences. For example, I was able to find the HEX code for the TV function in the Remote Central website as:

    0000 0009 0016 0000 0066 052d 0066 052d 0066 1b78 0066 052d 0066 0ac1 0066 0ac1 0066 0ac1 0066 0ac1 0066 0ac1 0066 0ac1 0066 0ac1 0066 0ac1 0066 1051 0066 052d 0066 0ac1 0066 0ac1 0066 0ac1 0066 0ac1 0066 0ac1 0066 0ac1 0066 15eb 0066 0066

    Am I missing something? 

  • 01-08-2008 3:35 AM In reply to

    Re: HEX codes for Beolink 1000

    You are not missing anything. The question raised was what are the HEX code for a particular command and I believe I provided the correct answer to the question.

    What you are talking about is the "Protocol" structure which includes the command which is sent to the receiving product from the Beolink 1000. This "Protocol" uses the same principles as most short burst command transmission protocols and takes the form:-

    • A Preample or Syncing set of codes normally called a header and in this case is 4 bytes long.
    • Then follows the "Device Address" or B&O product address and takes the form 00 Hex for Video and 01 for Audio and for some reason best known by B&O a light is device address 1B
    • This is followed by the command which is what I provided in my answer

    Generally speaking you do not need to know the "Protocol" or the command codes for that matter because most replacement remotes will learn the codes, well reading them into their memory and saving them.

    Regards Keith....

  • 01-13-2008 6:40 PM In reply to

    Re: HEX codes for Beolink 1000

    Thank you Keith. Unfortunately, the remote that I have is not able to learn these commands, and this is why I was looking for the actual codes. I will forward the codes to the manufacturer.

    Thanks again.

     

  • 01-13-2008 10:26 PM In reply to

    • cozza
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    Re: HEX codes for Beolink 1000

    Hello,

     I am guessing that you have a Philips pronto or similar type of remote. The paragraph of letters and numbers is the Pronto style descriptor for code storage for a particular button. Have a look here for complete B&O template files for pronto style remotes remotes. There is a fair bit of information, but you should find out what you need.

    http://www.remotecentral.com/cgi-bin/files/rcfiles.cgi?start=&num=0&kw=bang+olufsen&area=

     Although the pronto style format for infrared codes is hexadecimal it is different to the B&O infrared coding system that Keith is describing. The pronto numbers contain information on how to construct the infrared code from scratch, including carrier frequencies, word length etc.

     The two digit codes Keith has provided (85 and E7) are the B&O command codes, and do not contain the additional data a pronto remote requires to create the infrared data stream.

  • 01-13-2008 10:53 PM In reply to

    • cozza
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    Re: HEX codes for Beolink 1000

    Download the file
    Pronto and Bang & Olufsen IR Codes (DOC) from remote central
    It contains the information you requested.

    Source-AV

    0000 0009 0016 0000 005b 0546 005b 0546 005b 1bc0 005b 0546 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 1083 005b 0546 005b 1083 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 1622 005b 0546

    Source-TV

    0000 0009 0016 0000 005b 0546 005b 0546 005b 1bc0 005b 0546 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 1083 005b 0546 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 0ae4 005b 1622 005b 0546

    Hope this helps.

    Colin.

     

     
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