I do kind of, but it doesn't seem to get reliable readings possibly, until several tries (and then verifying the codes) so I thought I'd ask if there is any official documentation.
Long story: I'm developing a little windows service of my own to control my PT7030 using the serial port interface of my htpc, but in order for the tv to be automatically turned on when the HTPC is started (from the radio-keyboard, not IR) I also needed an IR blaster since it doesn't provide any other means except the manual button. But being an older tv of a rather unknown brand I needed a way to read the remote codes from it, but also a way to blast that code to it when the htpc starts so all will be controlled from the htpc keyboard and redirected to the prepro when needed (input selection, volume control, mute, tv on/off etc). To do that I got an "usbuirt" which is a little usb-device that can be programmed and controlled to both read and blast ir (but reads somewhat unreliably it seems...or perhaps it's just the TV remote that's bad, which I also have problems using with the TV...) and it will send the TV-on IR signal at htpc start. And I thought since I have the DC-1 remote anyway, which I feel is a great one (even though some disagree), but never use for the DAC since it's at my desk within arms reach, I thought I'd use it to control the HTPC (and thereby the PT7030 and TV) when keys/mouse control of the keyboard is not necessary. I did finally get a proper tv on/off signal read, but since there are ~15 buttons that can be used on DC-1, I thought I'd better ask first.