Summary - Same as command 022, but transmission is continuous. A Sony SIRC (12-bit) infrared remote control command is transmitted on a specified IRLED continuously. Command is exited as soon as another command is sent to the IRCF360.
23 <button code> <device code> <index> (decimal format)
BYTE1: 23 = (the command)
BYTE2: Button Code
BYTE3: Device Code
(0= North, 1=North East, 2=West, 3=South East, 4=South, 5=South West, 6= West, 7=North West)
Response from IRCF360:
No Response on serial port (unless command 10 was previously sent to IRCF360 to request an echo of each command)
Circular Display Feedback:The respective LED will illuminate with increased intensity depending on the distance detected
Transmits a continuous stream of Sony (SIRC 12-bit ) Infrared commands via a specified IRLED (Byte 4). Otherwise similar to command 020 and 022
Any combination of device code+ button code can be transmitted. This is used for transmitting IR signals or message to other robots for gaming or swarm control or to other IR devices that can interpret Sony the 12bit SIRC standard IR messages, such as some cameras, televisions, etc.
The PICAXE 18X does not have a 'time-out' function, so it will 'hang' if the timing of the serial communication is not correct. With the new X2 parts these have a time-out routine so the command can be retransmitted.
SEROUT b.2,T9600_8, (23,25,26,0) ' Send button code 22 and device code 25, once only
SERIN 2,T9600_8, button_code, device_code
For Basic Stamp
SEROUT 2, 84, [23,4,1,0]
SERIN 2, 84, TIMEOUT, [N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, NW]