European TV B Gone firmware for the Infrared Toy

Posted on Wednesday, August 24th, 2011 in Infrared toy by Ian

exapod made a TV B Gone firmware for the Infrared Toy using a list of European TV POWER OFF codes. Grab the firmware in the forum:

i controlled all the function with the mplab sim and now it works, it turns off the european television.
I attached the code. Thanks ian for the suggestion.
Now i’m working on a smaller and powerful version.

Get an IR Toy v2 for $22.05, including world wide shipping.

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7 Responses to “European TV B Gone firmware for the Infrared Toy”

  1. Nilz says:

    You made my day :)

  2. exapod says:

    Thank you.
    if you can, let me know what brand you are able to turn off and what no, in my case a LG one.

  3. Chuckt says:

    There are a couple of brands that can’t be turned off and this toy seems to fit the job.

  4. exapod says:

    sorry i don’t understnd what you mean with “seems to fit the job” .My native language is not english

  5. Chuckt says:

    This toy can both capture and transmit remote control codes whereby we didn’t have a device to do that before.

    We have some foreign tvs here that the TV B Gone won’t turn off so I’m wondering why the original TV B Gone has a seperate setting for US and European.

  6. exapod says:

    Help me with an hardware problem, i post it on the european tv-b-gone topic

  7. mrx23dot says:

    Hi, I’m selling the 2017 version

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