Originally Posted by hmunster2
Thanks-it is a model DC50Xu-this is a hand-held digital adapter by Pace.
So, how would I have my rc learn the Pace's remote codes?
It doesn't look like learning remotes can reliably learn the XMP protocol; so you're probably not going to be able to learn the commands - with any currently available remote control. Some remote brands allow you to build and load your own upgrades but not the one you have now.
My older Universal Remote Automator only can learn in the normal fashion of remote to remote or with device codes. Is there a device code for this box?
Did you try the Pace codes from the manual? (043 or 074)
There is a procedure (on page 8 of your manual) that lists an alternate way of finding an unlisted code but it will not work as printed because the Pace box does not have an "Off" capability. You can usually substitute a different test command (like channel up) for the power off suggested in the instructions.
Since this remote uses only 3 digit codes, I suspect that it is older and may not have the needed codes built-in. (limited library and no upgrade capability)