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nybuck

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Re: use of multiple motion detectors in the same space
« Reply #15 on: March 22, 2010, 12:37:03 PM »

one could get the TV-B-Gone kit from Ladyada:

http://www.ladyada.net/make/tvbgone/


It only does power on/off codes with one single button and does not work for Olevia tv's, but you could some how wire the contacts (in series) to two Universal Modules and aim it at the tvs

That way it would take two separate on or off codes to shut off the tv's...you could overlap the two motion sensors off times so that no more than one ever sends an off at a time while the club is open
I think  PompRocker is onto something here.
https://www.tvbgone.com/cfe_tvbg_buy.tvbg.php?PHPSESSID=0b1eba475519731b078576a1d99a14de
For only $19.99, the motion sensor, or human 'attendant' could turn on/off all TV's in the club, "within 150 feet" when everyone leaves.

You know, in the clubs I have visited, the TV has a remote available in front of it (often attached to a treadmill, for example) that changes the channel, has a headphone jack, volume control, and a 'sleep' timer.  After 30 minutes it goes off by itself...

So, you see, there is more than one way to skin a cat*.   ;D

...And come to think of it, why have all the 'usual suspects' replied to this thread, but the original poster has not?

*[No animals have been harmed in the posting of this message]
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Re: use of multiple motion detectors in the same space
« Reply #16 on: March 22, 2010, 12:42:35 PM »

..... And another thing...  What's with the Hair obsession?  

Your going to need:
All TVs to be the same brand (use the same IR codes)
A USB-UIRT or VCR Commander( won't work with some newer TVs)
The Software to use the above hardware
A PC running
ActiveHome Pro with the SmartMacro plug-in and the CM15a
Powermids  possibly 2 sets
Motion sensors (most likely more then 2)

And lots of Hair to pull! rofl
Anywho,
Tuicemen, all TVs would not have to be same brand as long as the ON-OFF code for the Daewoo was not the channel change code for the Shampoo, would they?

This is a health club, not a beauty parlor!!
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dave w

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Re: use of multiple motion detectors in the same space
« Reply #17 on: March 22, 2010, 01:12:07 PM »

Hey! I'm an old geezer, cut some slack. It was supposed to be "Sampo". A fine quality TV with 10 day warranty.
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Re: use of multiple motion detectors in the same space
« Reply #18 on: March 22, 2010, 05:06:50 PM »

...10 day warranty.

In my business, we call it a tail light warranty.  As long as you can see my tail lights, it's covered.
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