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GWatk1
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NUC models DC53427HYE & D53427RKE power on with remote ?

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I have two almost identical i5 -3427U NUC's running the latest Libreelec stable version. I control these NUC's with a Harmony 650 remote control and an external HP USB IR Receiver. I have been using Kodi's SUSPEND mode for both NUC's with almost no issues. Lately, I have intermittant hdmi handshake issues which require me to toggle my TV or AVR function selector in order to get a Kodi screen instead of a black screen.

I would like to use my remote to power the NUC on instead of using suspend mode.

Is this possible ?

Can the newer NUC's be powered on using an IR remote ? (not using suspend)

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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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I am not sure if it is possible with older NUC models like what you have, but it certainly is possible with many of the later-model NUCs if utilizing the built-in CIR support and provided the remote sends an understood power on/off code.

Hope this helps,

...S

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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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I am not sure if it is possible with older NUC models like what you have, but it certainly is possible with many of the later-model NUCs if utilizing the built-in CIR support and provided the remote sends an understood power on/off code.

Hope this helps,

...S

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GWatk1
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Thanks for the reply. I asked this question when I bought the NUC's (used) about 3 years ago and did not get a definitive reply. Suspend has been working great about 90-95% of the time but I thought I'd get the question answered for sure this time. I also don't think the older (2013) NUC's support the remote power-on feature. Neither of mine have built-in IR receivers either.