MRF-260 base station receives RF (Radio Frequency) signals from the Complete Control handheld remote, converts the signal into IR (Infrared) commands and delivers the commands to the integrated A/V components. It uses Narrow Band RF to assure the continuity of the commands and minimize the effect of RFI (Radio Frequency Interference) that often occurs in highly-populated markets.
- RF to IR base station for Complete Control system
- Receives RF signals from handheld remote and converts them into IR commands
- Reliably delivers IR commands to A/V components
- Uses Narrow Band RF to assure the continuity of the commands
- Minimizes the effect of RFI in highly-populated markets
- MRF-260i features 433 MHz frequency for international and highly-populated markets
Four adjustable IR outputs, built-in front IR blaster Antenna
Integrated antenna Frequency
418 MHz (MRF-260), 433 MHz (MRF-260i) Indicator LEDs
Power and status Power
9V-300mA power supply
- RF to IR base station for URC Complete Control
- Receives RF signal from remote and converts to IR
- Delivers IR commands to A/V components
- Uses Narrow Band RF
- Minimizes RFI effects in highly-populated markets
- MRF-260i with 433 MHz frequency available
- Professional programming required
- Sold exclusively by trained URC Dealers
||MRF-260, UPC 656787-300408 MRF-260i, UPC 656787-326019
||Complete Control Professional programming required
|In the Box
||Base station, flashers, self-adhesive pads, connecting cables, power supply, adjustment tool, mounting hardware
||8" (W) x 1.25" (H) x 3.5" (D)
||One year USA Limited Warranty
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