IR control CASIO projector

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smartazz
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IR control CASIO projector

Post by smartazz » 08 Jun 2017 00:16

Hi. I use this example code for control my CASIO projector.
Firstly I scan my controller code:

RAW16_data[38]= {0x25, 0x1F5, 0x681, 0x259, 0x67D, 0x254, 0x682, 0x258, 0x67E, 0x252, 0x21B, 0x252, 0x684, 0x256, 0x217, 0x256, 0x216, 0x257, 0x216, 0x257, 0x215, 0x258, 0x215, 0x258, 0x214, 0x259, 0x67C, 0x254, 0x219, 0x254, 0x681, 0x259, 0x67D, 0x253, 0x682, 0x258, 0x67F, 0x251}

Then I it write in code:


#include "IRController.h"

IRTransmitterParams ir_transmitter(byte(IR_TRANSMITTER_OUTPUT_PIN6),
IR_FLAGS_OUTPUT_HIGHDRIVE,
IR_MS_PRESCALLER_4MHZ,
IR_CARRIER_PRESCALLER_8MHZ);

#define SWITCH_ON 0xff
#define SWITCH_OFF 0

// Use IRScanner.ino as IR-sniffer
// This codes were shiffed from SONY TV IR remote control
word raw_command_on[] ={0x25, 0x1F5, 0x681, 0x259, 0x67D, 0x254, 0x682, 0x258, 0x67E, 0x252, 0x21B, 0x252, 0x684, 0x256, 0x217, 0x256, 0x216, 0x257, 0x216, 0x257, 0x215, 0x258, 0x215, 0x258, 0x214, 0x259, 0x67C, 0x254, 0x219, 0x254, 0x681, 0x259, 0x67D, 0x253, 0x682, 0x258, 0x67F, 0x251};
word raw_command_off[] = {0x19, 0x987, 0x24B, 0x4C0, 0x248, 0x267, 0x249, 0x4C2, 0x247, 0x268, 0x248, 0x4C3, 0x245, 0x269.
0x246, 0x268, 0x248, 0x4C3, 0x245, 0x26A, 0x246, 0x269, 0x247, 0x267, 0x249, 0x266};

// Detected vendor
#define MY_IR_VENDOR IR_VENDOR_SONY // Use SONY protocol. See IRController.h for more details.
// Decoded commands
#define MY_IR_VENDOR_CMD_ON 0x290
#define MY_IR_VENDOR_CMD_OFF 0x290
#define DECODED_COMMAND_NBITS 12

// Last saved values on channels
byte currentCh1 = 0;
byte currentCh2 = 0;

// Command to send via IR
byte current_cmd = 0;
IRCommand_t vendor_cmd;

ZUNO_SETUP_CHANNELS(
ZUNO_SWITCH_BINARY(getter1, setter1),
ZUNO_SWITCH_BINARY(getter2, setter2)
);

void setup() {
// We have to setup IRLED pin as output
pinMode(6, OUTPUT);
digitalWrite(6, LOW);

// setting up IR-controller as IR-transmitter
ir_transmitter.setupVendor(MY_IR_VENDOR);
IR.begin(&ir_transmitter);

vendor_cmd.vendor = MY_IR_VENDOR;
vendor_cmd.n_bits = DECODED_COMMAND_NBITS;

}

void sendRAWCommand(WORD * raw16) {
// we have to repeat packet like another IR-controllers do
byte count = 7;
while(count--) {
IR.send_raw16(raw16);
delay(30);
}
}

void sendVendorCommand(unsigned long cmd) {
// we have to repeat packet like another IR-controllers do
byte count = 7;
while(count--) {
vendor_cmd.data[0] = cmd;
IR.sendCommand(&vendor_cmd);
delay(30);
}
}

void loop() {
switch(current_cmd) {
case 1:
sendRAWCommand(raw_command_on);
break;
case 2:
sendRAWCommand(raw_command_off);
break;
case 3:
sendVendorCommand(MY_IR_VENDOR_CMD_ON);
break;
case 4:
sendVendorCommand(MY_IR_VENDOR_CMD_OFF);
break;
default:
// nothing to do
break;
}
current_cmd = 0;

delay(500);
}

void setter1(byte value) {
if (value != SWITCH_OFF) {
current_cmd = 1; // will be dispatched in the next loop
} else {
current_cmd = 2;
}
// let's save our value for the situation, when the controller will ask us about it
currentCh1 = value;
}

byte getter1() {
return currentCh1;
}

void setter2(byte value) {
if (value != SWITCH_OFF) {
current_cmd = 3;
} else {
current_cmd = 4;
}
currentCh2 = value;
}

byte getter2() {
return currentCh2;
}


It work and send signal, but it didn't turn on or turn off my projector.
Where is problem in code? My controller use 38 kHz.

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