Hello Murky1, it is possible to power up the D54250WYK using the Consumer Infrared (CIR). You can use Windows media center in order to power up the device.
We tested CIR using a TSGH-IR02 remote control on a D54250WYK NUC and CIR worked just fine on a Windows environment.
In regards to the code you are asking, unfortunately we don't have that information. Actually those codes are given by the manufactures.
Ok, that looks like a standard Microsoft Media Center remote. Let me dig one of those up and try to power the unit on. This is what I was looking for Sylvia. I should have been more clear when I said "codes". There are too many possible remotes out there to figure out which one will trigger a wake from sleep since that bit has to be programmed into the CIR to interpret directly, since no OS is running at that time. I saw that the CIR can wake it up but knowing which IR code to send if the tricky part.
I'll report back with my results.
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I tried a standard MCE remote from HP and that was able to successfully turn on the NUC from a fully powered off state. It would seem that any standard MCE remote with a "power" button should work. This is great news as these remotes are very common.
Perfect!! I'm glad to know it worked!!