ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#101 Post by whatsupskip » 27 Sep 2018, 12:25

Great! I didn't see them under releases.

I will remove mine soon then. Far better to use yours.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#102 Post by bojan » 28 Sep 2018, 09:05

Hi ToniA,

i've just checked my Panasonic AC remote with your Raw-IR-decoder-for-Arduino and it shows Panasonic CS protocol. Is this protocol supported? I can't find it.

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BTW, thank you very much for your work

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#103 Post by whatsupskip » 28 Sep 2018, 11:07

bojan wrote:
28 Sep 2018, 09:05
i've just checked my Panasonic AC remote with your Raw-IR-decoder-for-Arduino and it shows Panasonic CS protocol. Is this protocol supported? I can't find it.
Hmmm, what is the actual model number of the unit?
It is normally CS-E7PKR or similar. CS normally just means indoor unit.

The most common Panasonic codes seem to be the JKE/NKE/PKR one. As in the codes for these three series are all the same. Failing that, just try the other two options. I can't see that you can do any damage. If it isn't the right code set it just won't do anything.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#104 Post by UC530 » 29 Sep 2018, 10:25

Thanks for help. I did not find the bin file, but I finally compiled a working sw and It works.
I'll download yours too, because it's newer release.

Nice day to all. MatejS

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#105 Post by bojan » 29 Sep 2018, 13:52

whatsupskip wrote:
28 Sep 2018, 11:07
bojan wrote:
28 Sep 2018, 09:05
i've just checked my Panasonic AC remote with your Raw-IR-decoder-for-Arduino and it shows Panasonic CS protocol. Is this protocol supported? I can't find it.
Hmmm, what is the actual model number of the unit?
It is normally CS-E7PKR or similar. CS normally just means indoor unit.

The most common Panasonic codes seem to be the JKE/NKE/PKR one. As in the codes for these three series are all the same. Failing that, just try the other two options. I can't see that you can do any damage. If it isn't the right code set it just won't do anything.
It's a RE12JKX. There is a separate file for decoding the CS protocol in the Raw-IR-decoder so I assumed, that CS is just another protocol. I'll try all of the codes as soon as I get the IR LED.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#106 Post by whatsupskip » 05 Oct 2018, 07:46

ToniA wrote:
27 Sep 2018, 08:45
I have a working build here: https://github.com/ToniA/ESPEasy (branch HeatpumpIR). I also have the binaries (they run at least on Wemos D1 Mini) under 'releases'.
Thanks for these.

I tried both of these and I was (eventually) able to send the IR commands via MQTT. However there was very little information regarding MQTT showing up in the log. I had the Advanced > Log Settings > Web log Level (& Serial log Level) on "Debug dev" which is showing as above the web based logging screen as "Logging: Debug dev (9)". This I assume is the most verbose.

On boot up there is no confirmation in the log that a connection has been made with the MQTT server.
When I send an MQTT message to the ESP8266 with the commands for the air conditioner, the air conditioner receives it correctly. However the only relevant entry that shows in the ESPEasy log is: "P115: Heatpump IR code transmitted".

On a previous build of your firmware that I compiled I did see some entries in the log for MQTT at boot up along with connecting to the WiFi. Now all that shows in the log is:
105546: : Rebooting...
105547: sendcontent free: 13264 chunk size:11
105548: sendcontent free: 13264 chunk size:0
105756: sendcontent free: 14464 chunk size:400

Now it is more than possible that I have changed a setting or done something else wrong. Having the debugging information showing for MQTT would be very handy.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#107 Post by whatsupskip » 05 Oct 2018, 07:49

One small suggestion would be to add something so that a relevant entry appears in the System Info > GIT version:

Thanks again for all your hard work with this project.

I am in the process of writing a brief set of instructions for configuring your plugin up with MQTT. I think a few of use have struggled with this part.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#108 Post by whatsupskip » 12 Oct 2018, 01:06

I am having some trouble with the https://github.com/ToniA/Raw-IR-decoder-for-Arduino

I am trying to use it with an ESP8266. I appear to be having problems with the defining of the PIND. Clearly it doesn't know what to use for the ESP8266.

What changes should I make to the code for it to work?

I am using Wemos D1 mini with the output from the IR sensor connected to D5 (GPIO14).

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#109 Post by ToniA » 12 Oct 2018, 06:10

It doesn't work on ESP8266, I think it would require quite a bit of changes as it's somewhat hardware-dependent.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#110 Post by whatsupskip » 12 Oct 2018, 07:44

ok, thanks for the prompt reply.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#111 Post by whatsupskip » 12 Oct 2018, 21:30

It looks like Panasonic PKR codes are only a subset of the JKE/NKE codes.

The following codes work: Power, Mode, Fan, Temperature and Vertical Vane.
The following codes do nothing: Horizontal Vane and Powerful/Quiet.

You would think they would use the same full set, but I am sure there must have been a very good reason.

I have ordered an ATMega 2560 board so I can try to decode the two that are currently missing.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#112 Post by whatsupskip » 12 Oct 2018, 22:15

What systems/software are people using to control their heat pumps via this plugin? (ie Node Red)

How are you using it? (Manually by changing settings via WiFi/LTE, Automated based on criteria such as available solar power, etc)

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#113 Post by whatsupskip » 28 Oct 2018, 02:10

I think I found a bug with the Panasonic CS protocol (or it could be a user problem :) ) with the Horizontal Swing.

When I send from the original remote control to the decoder it shows a valid reception "Horizontal swing: Center"

Code: Select all

Number of symbols: 223
Symbols:
Hh0100000000000100000001110010000000000000000000000000000001100000WHh01000000000001000000011100100000000000001001110001000100000000011100010101100000000000000111000000000111000000000000000010000001000000000000000010011111W
Bytes:
00:  0100|0000 | 02 | 00000010 
01:  0000|0100 | 20 | 00100000 
02:  0000|0111 | E0 | 11100000 
03:  0010|0000 | 04 | 00000100 
04:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
05:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
06:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
07:  0110|0000 | 06 | 00000110 
08:  0100|0000 | 02 | 00000010 
09:  0000|0100 | 20 | 00100000 
10:  0000|0111 | E0 | 11100000 
11:  0010|0000 | 04 | 00000100 
12:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
13:  1001|1100 | 39 | 00111001 
14:  0100|0100 | 22 | 00100010 
15:  0000|0001 | 80 | 10000000 
16:  1100|0101 | A3 | 10100011 
17:  0110|0000 | 06 | 00000110 
18:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
19:  0111|0000 | 0E | 00001110 
20:  0000|0111 | E0 | 11100000 
21:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
22:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
23:  1000|0001 | 81 | 10000001 
24:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
25:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
26:  1001|1111 | F9 | 11111001 
02,20,E0,04,00,00,00,06,02,20,E0,04,00,39,22,80,A3,06,00,0E,E0,00,00,81,00,00,F9
Timings (in us): 
PAUSE SPACE:  34784
HEADER MARK:  3500
HEADER SPACE: 1680
BIT MARK:     393
ZERO SPACE:   359
ONE SPACE:    1257
Decoding known protocols...
Look like a Panasonic CS protocol
Powering ON!
Mode: Cool
Temperature: 17
Fan speed: FAN AUTO
Vertical swing: Down 2
Horizontal swing: Center
Timer A active: No
Timer B active: No
Add bytes: 39+22+80+A3+06+00+0E+E0+00+00+81+00+00+.
Checksum Truncate: F9
----- Checksum OK ------
When I send from the ESPEasy it produces "Horizontal swing: Error"

Code: Select all

Number of symbols: 222
Symbols:
Hh0100000000000100000001110010000000000000000000000000000001100000WHh01000000000001000000011100100000000000001001110001110100000000011000010100000000000000000111000000000111000000000000000010000001000000000000000010111111
Bytes:
00:  0100|0000 | 02 | 00000010 
01:  0000|0100 | 20 | 00100000 
02:  0000|0111 | E0 | 11100000 
03:  0010|0000 | 04 | 00000100 
04:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
05:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
06:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
07:  0110|0000 | 06 | 00000110 
08:  0100|0000 | 02 | 00000010 
09:  0000|0100 | 20 | 00100000 
10:  0000|0111 | E0 | 11100000 
11:  0010|0000 | 04 | 00000100 
12:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
13:  1001|1100 | 39 | 00111001 
14:  0111|0100 | 2E | 00101110 
15:  0000|0001 | 80 | 10000000 
16:  1000|0101 | A1 | 10100001 
17:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
18:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
19:  0111|0000 | 0E | 00001110 
20:  0000|0111 | E0 | 11100000 
21:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
22:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
23:  1000|0001 | 81 | 10000001 
24:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
25:  0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000 
26:  1011|1111 | FD | 11111101 
02,20,E0,04,00,00,00,06,02,20,E0,04,00,39,2E,80,A1,00,00,0E,E0,00,00,81,00,00,FD
Timings (in us): 
PAUSE SPACE:  10220
HEADER MARK:  3520
HEADER SPACE: 1810
BIT MARK:     319
ZERO SPACE:   465
ONE SPACE:    1369
Decoding known protocols...
Look like a Panasonic CS protocol
Powering ON!
Mode: Cool
Temperature: 23
Fan speed: FAN AUTO
Vertical swing: Straight
Horizontal swing: Error
Timer A active: No
Timer B active: No
Add bytes: 39+2E+80+A1+00+00+0E+E0+00+00+81+00+00+.
Checksum Truncate: FD
I tried many different combinations like http://192.168.1.66/control?cmd=heatpum ... 5,1,24,1,2 and none seem to be able to control the Horizontal Swing.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#114 Post by NW27 » 09 Nov 2018, 05:04

Hi All,

How can I send IR commands to my Foxtel (Digital TV box), Sony TV and utilize the HeatPumpIR for my aircon?

I want to set up one ESP8266 for sending ALL IR commands out to the TV, iarcon etc.

Thanks ,
Neil.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#115 Post by whatsupskip » 09 Nov 2018, 06:50

In theory it is possible, but at the moment ESPEasy only supports air conditioners in one plug in. There is another IR plug in, but I don't know anything about it.

There are other devices around like the Broadlink series, but I have found that they don't support all the functions on my air conditions. This is also the case with ESPEasy, but hopefully that problem can be resolved soon.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#116 Post by Dbgnu76 » 16 Nov 2018, 08:01

Hey, :)

I need some help with panasonic LKE ,,

i cannot get quiet and powerful mode to work ?

what is the correct address to send ? everything else is working !

And is there any ARGO heatpump protocol out there ?

/D

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#117 Post by whatsupskip » 16 Nov 2018, 23:50

Dbgnu76 wrote:
16 Nov 2018, 08:01
I need some help with panasonic LKE ,,

i cannot get quiet and powerful mode to work ?
I too am having problems with the Quiet/Powerful with one of the Panasonic codes. I have to look further into the codes to see if I can determine what the problem is.

Were you able to control the horizontal direction?

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#118 Post by Dbgnu76 » 17 Nov 2018, 11:12

"whatsupskip"


I own a LKE , and i cannot control The horizontal, but i can control the vertical and no Quiet and powerful

BUT if i change to DKE then i can control Horizontal also. but no quiet and powerful.

Something wrong in the code or maybe i got difference in remote protocol ?

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#119 Post by Dbgnu76 » 20 Nov 2018, 01:21

I have now decoded my LKE remote (A75C3636)

And i get this:

Number of symbols: 222
Symbols:
Hh0100000000000100000001110010000000000000000000000000000001100000WHh01000000000001000000011100100000000000001001001001000100000000011000010110010000000000000111000000000111100000000000000010000001000000000000000011010000
Bytes:
00: 0100|0000 | 02 | 00000010
01: 0000|0100 | 20 | 00100000
02: 0000|0111 | E0 | 11100000
03: 0010|0000 | 04 | 00000100
04: 0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000
05: 0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000
06: 0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000
07: 0110|0000 | 06 | 00000110
08: 0100|0000 | 02 | 00000010
09: 0000|0100 | 20 | 00100000
10: 0000|0111 | E0 | 11100000
11: 0010|0000 | 04 | 00000100
12: 0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000
13: 1001|0010 | 49 | 01001001
14: 0100|0100 | 22 | 00100010
15: 0000|0001 | 80 | 10000000
16: 1000|0101 | A1 | 10100001
17: 1001|0000 | 09 | 00001001
18: 0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000
19: 0111|0000 | 0E | 00001110
20: 0000|0111 | E0 | 11100000
21: 1000|0000 | 01 | 00000001
22: 0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000
23: 1000|0001 | 81 | 10000001
24: 0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000
25: 0000|0000 | 00 | 00000000
26: 1101|0000 | 0B | 00001011
02,20,E0,04,00,00,00,06,02,20,E0,04,00,49,22,80,A1,09,00,0E,E0,01,00,81,00,00,0B
Timings (in us):
PAUSE SPACE: 10600
HEADER MARK: 3560
HEADER SPACE: 1740
BIT MARK: 380
ZERO SPACE: 378
ONE SPACE: 1308
Decoding known protocols...
Look like a Panasonic CS protocol
Powering ON!
Mode: Heat
Temperature: 17
Fan speed: FAN AUTO
Vertical swing: Straight
Horizontal swing: Left
Timer A active: No
Timer B active: No
Add bytes: 49+22+80+A1+09+00+0E+E0+01+00+81+00+00+.
Checksum Truncate: B
----- Checksum OK ------

And in the string there are "WHh" ??

There is nothing about Quiet and Powerful ?

Somebody got an idea :)

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#120 Post by whatsupskip » 28 Nov 2018, 07:49

I think I have found an issue with some of the Panasonic models and their Powerful/Quiet function.

It would appear that this function is largely independent of the other functions. For example using the original Panasonic remote control, I covered the LED and changed the horizontal direction. I then uncovered the LED and hit the Powerful button, which changed the Powerful/Quiet mode, but not the horizontal direction. This to me suggests that the Powerful/Quiet needs to be sent as separate command.

I haven't checked what happens with regard to Power (on/off) and the Powerful/Quiet button.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#121 Post by Dbgnu76 » 28 Nov 2018, 20:02

Yes, i notice this also :)

But how do we send it as separate command ?

i also found this

https://github.com/ToniA/arduino-heatpumpir/issues/66

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#122 Post by whatsupskip » 28 Nov 2018, 23:07

Dbgnu76 wrote:
28 Nov 2018, 20:02
i also found this

https://github.com/ToniA/arduino-heatpumpir/issues/66
Thanks for picking this up. I had missed this.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#123 Post by Dbgnu76 » 30 Nov 2018, 18:55

whatsupskip wrote:
28 Nov 2018, 23:07
Dbgnu76 wrote:
28 Nov 2018, 20:02
i also found this

https://github.com/ToniA/arduino-heatpumpir/issues/66
Thanks for picking this up. I had missed this.
I got it to work now in all modes :) Had to modify the EspEasy P115_HeatpumpIR plugin :)

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#124 Post by whatsupskip » 01 Dec 2018, 05:07

Dbgnu76 wrote:
30 Nov 2018, 18:55
I got it to work now in all modes :) Had to modify the EspEasy P115_HeatpumpIR plugin :)
I am really glad to hear. It might solve my problems as well.

What changes did you make?

Did you post it to the Github bug submission?

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#125 Post by Dbgnu76 » 01 Dec 2018, 11:39

whatsupskip wrote:
01 Dec 2018, 05:07
Dbgnu76 wrote:
30 Nov 2018, 18:55
I got it to work now in all modes :) Had to modify the EspEasy P115_HeatpumpIR plugin :)
I am really glad to hear. It might solve my problems as well.

What changes did you make?

Did you post it to the Github bug submission?
Sorry no, i am no coder ,,more copy and paste modify coder ;) LOL
2"
here is a direct link to the source ,,worked with ATOM , There is also a ready to go firmware called "firmware.bin"

https://mega.nz/#!LS5lQQRY!NVnutgMz1g0d ... R-4OHN-0wo

Examples:
http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/control?cmd=heat ... 24,3,3,0,1 "powerful"
http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/control?cmd=heat ... 24,3,3,1,0 "quiet"
http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/control?cmd=heat ... 24,3,3,0,0 "Powerful and quiet = Turned Off"

Still got some problems with verticalswing when turning off powerful and quiet,
http://192.168.1.209/control?cmd=heatpu ... e,1,1,1,24,3,3,0,0

If i put 4 For max vertical swing it stays at number 3 ,,,but if i change it to 7 it goes to max.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#126 Post by whatsupskip » 10 Dec 2018, 00:11

Thanks Dbgnu76 for this.

Your code seems to have solved my horizontal swing problems as I can now control that correctly.

However there is some issue going on with the powerful and quiet modes as the powerful LED stays on all the time at the moment. That is even the case when the Quiet LED is on. This is the case even if I use the original remote control.

I will investigate this further to see what is going on.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#127 Post by Dbgnu76 » 10 Dec 2018, 23:59

whatsupskip wrote:
10 Dec 2018, 00:11
Thanks Dbgnu76 for this.

Your code seems to have solved my horizontal swing problems as I can now control that correctly.

However there is some issue going on with the powerful and quiet modes as the powerful LED stays on all the time at the moment. That is even the case when the Quiet LED is on. This is the case even if I use the original remote control.

I will investigate this further to see what is going on.
Ok, that was strange ?
Even after you have sended the command - http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/control?cmd=heat ... 24,3,3,0,0

i was also stuck one time ,, but then when i looked closer i notice that i was in Maintenance mode :lol: :lol:

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#128 Post by whatsupskip » 11 Dec 2018, 00:33

Dbgnu76 wrote:
10 Dec 2018, 23:59
Ok, that was strange ?
Even after you have sended the command - http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/control?cmd=heat ... 24,3,3,0,0
Yes, but mine are a different model, so it isn't that surprising.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#129 Post by frzbgolfer » 12 Dec 2018, 05:16

Ok, I stumbled on this forum while searching for ways to decode the remote to my LG mini split system(LSN180HSV4 & LSN120HSV4). I skimmed all the comments on this post but unsure where to go from here. I downloaded the code from https://github.com/ToniA/Raw-IR-decoder-for-Arduino and ran through all the options but it couldn't determine the protocol so I'm guessing my system hasn't been added to the list of compatible systems. Is it possible to add mine? If so, what would you need from me. Thanks!

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#130 Post by whatsupskip » 12 Dec 2018, 07:18

frzbgolfer wrote:
12 Dec 2018, 05:16
LG mini split system(LSN180HSV4 & LSN120HSV4). I skimmed all the comments on this post but unsure where to go from here. I downloaded the code from https://github.com/ToniA/Raw-IR-decoder-for-Arduino and ran through all the options but it couldn't determine the protocol so I'm guessing my system hasn't been added to the list of compatible systems. Is it possible to add mine? If so, what would you need from me. Thanks!
I would first trying using the codes for other LG air conditions to see if they or one of them works or mostly works. There is a good chance one will do most if not all of the controls.

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Re: ESPEasy to control air conditioners / heat pumps

#131 Post by frzbgolfer » 12 Dec 2018, 15:03

whatsupskip wrote:
12 Dec 2018, 07:18
frzbgolfer wrote:
12 Dec 2018, 05:16
LG mini split system(LSN180HSV4 & LSN120HSV4). I skimmed all the comments on this post but unsure where to go from here. I downloaded the code from https://github.com/ToniA/Raw-IR-decoder-for-Arduino and ran through all the options but it couldn't determine the protocol so I'm guessing my system hasn't been added to the list of compatible systems. Is it possible to add mine? If so, what would you need from me. Thanks!
I would first trying using the codes for other LG air conditions to see if they or one of them works or mostly works. There is a good chance one will do most if not all of the controls.
Where are those codes located?

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