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post #1 of 4 Old 05-09-2012, 06:31 PM - Thread Starter
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I am trying to follow the instructions for hard wiring the IR listed on the Aton site here: http://atonhome.com/xTras/Downloads/...lustration.pdf
But I am not getting any success with it. I am using iRule to transmit the signal. Has anyone tried this?
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If I am not mistaken, I think the Aton takes a Xantech type of IR input. Meaning a 12V, Signal, and Ground. It may need to be rewired.

I purchased a Global Cache GC-CGX cable that I will be using to connect my iTach to a Xantech block. Then the Xantech block to an Aton.

Hope this helps...
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Yep, you need the compatibility cable - ran into the same issue. It's not a matter of re-wiring, the GC outputs are a different voltage level than the Xantech "standard", unfortunately... Hopefully any future products from GC will be directly compatible.

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FYI - I purchased my cable from ASIHome. They offer free shipping to Cocoon members....
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