Optional IR extension module controls hidden equipment
An infrared extension module allows you to control traditional infrared equipment over a radio frequency network.
Radio frequency works through walls and from other rooms
A radio technology that allows you to control components not in direct line-of-sight, such as through walls or other obstacles. There are two types of RF used in remote controls: RF to component, and RF to infrared.
Adjustable antenna to reliably position RF extender
A separate adjustable antenna determines the most reliable position of an RF extender and therefore enables virtually interference-free operation of multi-room systems or devices in concealed environments. The antenna has a built-in interference indicator that blinks when detecting an other RF device or other interference source (e.g. microwave oven). The harder the indicator blinks, the less reliable the position of the antenna.
Indicator detecting interference sources to an RF signal
An interference indicator is a red blinking light that indicates the presence of interference sources in the home, that can interfere with the operation of an RF extender. The indicator is built into an antenna, and starts blinking as soon as the antenna picks up interference from RF devices, besides the RF extender, or other sources e.g microwave oven. The harder the light blinks, the less reliable the antenna is positioned, therefore, the less reliable the RF extender will work.