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Channel Vision Remote Head IR Receiver, 2 Piece

$60.25

Channel Vision Remote Head IR Receiver, 2 Piece

$60.25
SKU:
CV-IR-2400
Weight:
0.31 LBS
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Overview

Distribute IR Signals throughout your home

Product Description

The Remote Head IR Receiver detects signals from infrared remote controls, and distributes them to a whole house IR control system.

The two-piece design allows the IR sensor to be placed where it is visible, while the larger section can be hidden behind your TV or other components.

Control Devices With IR Repeaters

IR repeating allows the user to control devices which are not within the direct line of sight of the remote control. This is most commonly used in distributed audio/video systems where the source components are centrally located.

Features

  • 2-piece design, easy to conceal
  • Optical and electronic filtering for interference rejection
  • Receive signals from a hand held remote control up to 40 feet away
  • Plasma Proof
  • IR frequency range: 30kHz-60kHz

Three Mounting Options include:

  • Surface Mount Holster
  • In-Wall Mount
  • Table Top Mount

Specifications

  • Feedback LED for IR signal confirmation
  • Compatible with any standard 12 Volt IR system
  • Optical and electronic filtering to reject interference from fluorescent lamps and plasma displays.

Manuals

10 Common Problems Associated with Modulation
  1. TV on wrong frequency. Modulator set on UB/Catv TV on UHF or vise versa.
  2. Variable gain turned down to low to compensate for splitter loss, cable length.
  3. Multiple input modulators set on the same channel example 2 input mod channel set on 65 and 65. Channel must be at least 1 channel apart.
  4. Using the wrong low pass filter or no low pass filter.
  5. Installing a low pass filter post amp instead of pre-amp. Installation note: the dBmv level should exceed 5 dBmv and should not go below 5 dBmv at any frequency.
  6. The difference in dB level between Catv and modulation is greater that 10 dB causing cross talk.
  7. Unused channels on modulator set below the frequency of low pass filter.
  8. Difference in ground potential between Catv ground and modulators grounded AC plug.
  9. Modulated channel not programmed into TV - add the channel.
  10. And last, but not least, FITTINGS. Bad fittings can make or break an entire system.

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