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VMAX IP Plus & VMAX A1 Plus (5 MP) IR Hex Codes

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VMAX IP Plus & VMAX A1 Plus IR Hex Codes

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Affected Roles:  Installer, Administrator

Complexity:  High

Last Edit:  January 11, 2021

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IR Hex Codes

When using an IR (Infrared) remote, IR light is emitted in pulses, carrying signals from the remote to the device.  These pulses correspond to specific binary codes for the device and represent device commands (such as powering on/off).

Installers that are setting up home automation systems may need to program Hex commands in so that IR or “HEX” Commands can be used to control the automated system using a programmable remote.

The VMAX IP Plus and VMAX A1 Plus support such codes so that they can be integrated into home automation systems that support this feature.

This article will outline the IR Hex Codes of the VMAX IP Plus and VMAX A1 Plus.

Supported/Affected Devices:

  • VMAX IP Plus
  • VMAX A1 Plus (5 MP)

Waveform of Remocon

Structure of Remocon PPM Pulse

PPM Pulse Wave of IR-Receiver to IR-Receiver

  • PPM Pulse = Header Pulse + Custom Code + Data Code + Reverse Data Code
  • Custom Code = Custom Code Lower 1Byte (8-bit) + Custom Code Upper 1Byte (8-bit)
  • Data Code = Data of KEY (8-bit)
  • Reverse Data Code = ~Data Code

Header Pulse & Custom Code

Header Pulse & Custom Code

  • Header Pulse Term = 13.5msec (Low: 9msec, High: 4.5msec)
  • Custom Code = Custom Code Lower 1Byte (8-bit) + Custom Code Upper 1Byte (8-bit)

Data Code & Reverse Data Code

Data Code & Reverse Data Code

  • Logic 0 – when the term between Negative Edges is 1.125msec
  • Logic 1 – when the term between Negative Edges is 2.250msec

IR Hex Code Table

No.

Key Name

Custom Code Low

Custom Code High

Data Code (D0 - D7)

Remark

Manufacture Code

Remocon ID

1

ID (0x00 ~ 0xFF)

~ ID (0x00 ~ 0xFF)

2

1 / 1channel

-

-

0x01

3

2 / 2channel

-

-

0x02

4

3 / 3channel

-

-

0x03

5

4 / 4channel

-

-

0x04

6

5 / 5channel

-

-

0x05

7

6 / 6channel

-

-

0x06

8

7 / 7channel

-

-

0x07

9

8 / 8channel

-

-

0x08

10

9 / 9channel

-

-

0x09

11

0

-

-

0x23

12

POWER

-

-

0x10

13

MENU

-

-

0x11

14

PTZ

-

-

0x12

15

SEARCH

-

-

0x13

16

PLAY

-

-

0x14

17

FAST FORWARD (FF)

-

-

0x15

18

FAST BACKWARD (FB)

-

-

0x16

19

UP

-

-

0x17

20

DOWN

-

-

0x18

21

LEFT

-

-

0x19

22

RIGHT

-

-

0x1A

23

Enter

-

-

0x1B

24

Return

-

-

0x1C

25

BACKUP

-

-

0x1E

26

SCREEN

-

-

0x1F

27

SEQ

-

-

0x20

28

REC

-

-

0x21

29

10+

-

-

0x24

30

Preset

-

-

0x29

31

Zoom +

-

-

0x2A

32

Zoom -

-

-

0x2B

33

Focus +

-

-

0x2C

34

Focus -

-

-

0x2D

35

HOME

-

-

0x2E

36

TOUR

-

-

0x2F

37

OSD

-

-

0x30

38

1CH

-

-

0x31

From MCU Ver530

39

4CH

-

-

0x32

From MCU Ver530

40

8CH

-

-

0x33

From MCU Ver530

41

16CH

-

-

0x34

From MCU Ver530

42

-

-

0x35

From MCU Ver530

43

-

-

0x36

From MCU Ver530

44

10 channel

-

-

0x10

45

11 channel

-

-

0x11

46

12 channel

-

-

0x12

47

13 channel

-

-

0x13

48

14 channel

-

-

0x14

49

15 channel

-

-

0x15

50

16 channel

-

-

0x16

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