Long Range One Button Remote with Wiegand Protocol Help.

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Long Range One Button Remote with Wiegand Protocol Help.

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Hi all, First I would like to start by saying i am m am pretty new to IR, But have a good understanding of electronics. Been in the field for over 20+ years.

I have a issue with a remote. The remote is Long Range IR with one button. When using its own receiver it outputs a 8 byte hex. (It is using Wiegand 26bit protocol).

When scanning with AnalysIR and the Nano A.IR Shield, I get a error similar to the one in the picture attached. (I am still waiting for inventory of the LearnIR V2)

I am a bit confused in that i thought that AnalysIR would capture any IR signal in RAW and I would be able to reverse engineer and build write a protocol. Am I wrong to think this? Or am I looking at completely wrong, and need to implement Wiegand decoding into a IR Reveiver. And at that point AnalysIR wont be compatible.

Any advice, thoughts, direction anyone can give me would be greatly appreciated, so I can get the wheels moving in my head again.

Thank You
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Re: Long Range One Button Remote with Wiegand Protocol Help.

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First thoughts are that it may not be a modulated IR signal, like a TV or STB. For example it could be an IRDA device which is not the same a consumer IR. (Although IRDA is usually very short range)

If you post the relevant makes & model #s, I will try to check them out.

The 58 after the LIR: indicates an invalid carrier frequency (i.e. not one of the standard or supported frequencies)

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Re: Long Range One Button Remote with Wiegand Protocol Help.

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The Remote is:
Name: VISCOUNT INFRACLICK REMOTE
Manufacturer: VISCOUNT
Manufacturer #: 50131502

The Receiver is:
Name: VISCOUNT INFRACLICK RECEIVER
Manufacturer: VISCOUNT
Manufacturer #: 50-1314-21

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Re: Long Range One Button Remote with Wiegand Protocol Help.

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Sadly, there seems to be no useful info on this device online.

There is a mention that they try to make it difficult to reproduce the signal.

The only thing I can suggest is opening up and applying an oscilloscope or logic analyzer to see what the signal is like.

Alternatively, you could try: https://www.analysir.com/blog/2014/05/0 ... -receiver/ this (the circuit is easy to make up yourself.

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Re: Long Range One Button Remote with Wiegand Protocol Help.

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Ok, Thanks a bunch. I will try a logic analyzer.

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