Project and Program Management

Project and Program Management

IR, RF and IP Control

IR IR, or Infra-Red, is the standard form of communication between remote and device. This will require pointing directly at the device. It is the default installation, and what you most likely have on your current remotes.

RF RF, or Radio Frequency, is control without aiming or pointing at devices. This allows for control from any room in the house, and for your devices to be stashed away in a cabinet or closet, and out of sight.

IP IP, or Internet Protocol, is control over your home network. This will allow for integration between your remote and your computers and media servers. Remotes like the MX-6000 can use this to display content on its screen.

MSC-400

Advanced Control Base Station

Application

The MSC-400 is the most advanced RF base station, controlling up to 12 devices by RF, 6 of which can be controlled via RS-232 ports on the devices. This base station features triggers and sensors; Power and video sensors can trigger commands to be sent to devices and keep the traffic organized in the airwaves. This base station fits well in installations with multiple TVs or entertainment centers in one room, or across several rooms.

Features

  • Up to 12 Devices
  • Wide range
  • RS-232 Support
  • Large, but worth it

Works With

  • All RF capable URC remotes
  • Any IR controlled device
  • Devices that are controllable via RS-232 (Serial)

 

MRF-260

Minimal RF Base Station

Application

The MRF-260 a simpler RF base station meant for small installations. It supports only up to 4 devices. This device still performs as well as the others, with its wide coverage and compatibility.

Features

  • Up to 4 Devices
  • Wide range
  • Small, easily hidden

Works With

  • All RF capable URC remotes
  • Any IR controlled device