Projector People IR Remote Control Extender, Wireless up to 328'
This wireless IR extender converts the IR signal into an RF signal at 433.92 MHz, for transmission to the receiver unit, up to 100 meters away, through walls, doors, ceilings, and floors, or whatever. At the receiving end, an IR cable with three bulbs repeats the IR signal from your remote to up to three individual components, so you can use it for your receiver, DVD player, and satellite receiver, for example.
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Q:Will this work with my Optima X600 remote to the projector?Asked on 11/1/2015 by A/V Guy from Kentwood, Michigan
A:yes, it will work with the Optoma X600 ProjectorAnswered on 11/11/2015 by Anonymous
Q:Help me understand: do you have to plug in a cable from the receiver to the projector? Or have the receiver pointing at the projector? I'm not sure the model of projector our church has, but not sure if it has that connection for a cable.Asked on 9/15/2015 by Nate from GR, MI
A:Here's a link to the owner's manual/set up guide: http://downloads.monoprice.com/files/manuals/9194_Manual_120312.pdfAnswered on 9/18/2015 by Anonymous
Q:How far apart can the devices on the reception end of the IR can the devices be? I have a Epson Projector and a remote video camera that are about 10 feet apart that I want to control from one extender. Can the IR cable be extended to accommodate my extra distance if the cables are not long enough? I guess I would need to know what type of wiring is in the IR distribution cable that the 3 IR sensors are with.
Thanks,Asked on 11/25/2014 by Dave Zeke the Geek from Port Charloote, FL.
A:IR usually works 15 feet or underAnswered on 2/25/2015 by Anonymous
Q:We have a ceiling mounted Ben-Q projector and are wondering if this will work with it and how does it connect to the projector?Asked on 11/2/2014 by OccTeck from Nebraska
A:It converts IR to RF and sends it a long distanceAnswered on 11/4/2014 by Anonymous
Q:I have an HD Acer projector setup in the front of our hall and the tech booth is back of house. The remote for the projector can only be used if I stand on the stage and point directly at the projector - perhaps up to 10' away max. Can I use this extender to control the projector from the tech booth. Back of house to the projector is about 60'Asked on 7/1/2014 by Darrell from Ga
A:yes, it should work for youAnswered on 7/8/2014 by Lisa from .
Q:Can I use one system to control 2 projects on opposite sides of the room.
I have 2 projects about 25 feet apart and then about 80 feet is the sound both. I want to turn both lcd projects off and on from the sound both will this work?
ThanksAsked on 4/14/2014 by Jerry
A:No-you will need one set for each projector.Answered on 4/28/2014 by Community Answer from None
A:no, you a set for each projectorAnswered on 4/16/2014 by todd from tampa
Q:Can I use this to connect a Desktop to an Infocus projector at th eother end of my office?Asked on 3/18/2014 by Eddie from Tijeras,NM
A:The IR remote control extender allows you to use your remote control up to 328' away from your devices. However, it doesn't allow you to send content wirelessly from a computer to a projector, if that's what you're asking.Answered on 3/31/2014 by Anonymous
Q:Can I use this to connect a laptop to an Infocus projector at th eother end of my office?Asked on 10/24/2013 by Brooklyn from United States
A:YesAnswered on 11/6/2013 by Anonymous
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