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TerraTec gray-orange remote
TerraTec Cinergy DT USB XS Diversity-remote.jpg

Apparently this remote is sold with (at least) the TerraTec Cinergy DT USB XS Diversity, TerraTec Cinergy 2400i DT, and TerraTec Cinergy T USB XXS.

The dvb-usb-dib0700 module needs to be loaded with the option dvb_usb_dib0700_ir_proto=0 to set the IR protocol to NEC (which is used by this device).

The following keycodes should work with it, specify them in /etc/lirc/lircd.conf:

# Please make this file available to others
# by sending it to <lirc@bartelmus.de>
#
# this config file was automatically generated
# using lirc-0.8.2-CVS(dev/input) on Tue May  8 23:40:09 2007
#
# contributed by Heinrich Schwietering
#
# brand:Terratec_
# model no. of remote control:
# devices being controlled by this remote: Cinergy_Hybrid_t_USB_XS
#

begin remote

  name  Cinergy_Hybrid_t_USB_XS
  bits           16
  eps            30
  aeps          100

  one             0     0
  zero            0     0
  pre_data_bits   16
  pre_data       0x1
  gap          135987
  toggle_bit_mask 0x80000000

      begin codes
          onoff                    0x0074
          home                     0x0066
          dvdmenu                  0x008B
          subtitles                0x0172
          teletext                 0x0184
          delete                   0x006F
          1                        0x0002
          2                        0x0003
          3                        0x0004
          4                        0x0005
          5                        0x0006
          6                        0x0007
          7                        0x0008
          8                        0x0009
          9                        0x000A
          0                        0x000B
          av                       0x0182
          ab                       0x00A5
          tv                       0x0179
          dvd                      0x0185
          video                    0x0189
          music                    0x0188
          pic                      0x019A
          up                       0x0067
          down                     0x006C
          left                     0x0069
          right                    0x006A
          ok                       0x0160
          epg                      0x016D
          info                     0x0166
          back                     0x009E
          vol+                     0x0073
          vol-                     0x0072
          play                     0x00CF
          mute                     0x0071
          ch+                      0x0192
          ch-                      0x0193
          red                      0x018E
          green                    0x018F
          yellow                   0x0190
          blue                     0x0191
          rec                      0x00A7
          stop                     0x0080
          pause                    0x0077
          last                     0x0195
          fr                       0x00A8
          ff                       0x009F
          next                     0x0197
      end codes

end remote

Note: the most recent model of this remote requires four different codes (replace them in above list).

          ab                       0x00AD
          ff                       0x00D0
          last                     0x019C
          pic                      0x0177

Should you need to quickly test all possible keycodes, just use this script to generate a list, which you can copy/paste to your lircd.conf file:

 for (( i = 1; i < 512; i++ )); do x=`printf %#06X $i`; echo code$x $x; done

The result looks like this:

 code0X0001 0X0001
 code0X0002 0X0002
 code0X0003 0X0003
 code0X0004 0X0004
 ...
 code0X01FC 0X01FC
 code0X01FD 0X01FD
 code0X01FE 0X01FE
 code0X01FF 0X01FF

Copy these keycodes just after the begin statement of your lircd.conf file. You can leave the original keycodes, duplicated values are not a problem. Once lircd is restarted, run the irw program and press your remote keys to show the missing codes:

 # irw
 00000000000100ad 00 code0X00AD Cinergy_Hybrid_t_USB_XS
 00000000000100d0 00 code0X00D0 Cinergy_Hybrid_t_USB_XS
 000000000001019c 00 code0X019C Cinergy_Hybrid_t_USB_XS
 0000000000010177 00 code0X0177 Cinergy_Hybrid_t_USB_XS