DPMS by other means?
gheskett at wdtv.com
Mon May 28 08:39:32 PDT 2012
On Monday, May 28, 2012 11:34:22 AM Tom Horsley did opine:
> The Samsung TV I use as a monitor does not support DPMS,
> but it can (naturally) be controlled by an IR remote.
> Is there any way to get hooks into the power management
> so I can grab control of a DPMS off and actually send
> an IR command to turn off the TV and vice-versa?
> (Obviously this depends on having a way to send IR
> commands, which I indeed do have).
I do not, but can likely cobble that up from old remote parts. I am also
using a 22" Samsung digital tv whose tuner has failed, as a monitor on my
cnc controlled lathe, and it would be very nice to be able to skip picking
up the remote and turning it off as I close up for the night. As is, it
does go dark, but the backlight is still on.
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