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KEENE IR ANYWHERE IR OVER IP MODULE (128 CODE)

KEENE IR ANYWHERE IR OVER IP MODULE (128 CODE)

  • Control IR equipment via local network or anywhere in the world via internet
  • You can use Apple/Android remote apps to talk to this device and control your IR kit from your phon
  • 128 memory locations to store IR codes onto the module.
  • Support for DDNS for non-static IP addresses
£74.99 inc Vat £62.49 ex Vat
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Customer Reviews (4)

Have used Kira.... Review by Yiannis P
Have used the Kira anywhere and the Kira128. Both fantastic products. I use them mainly for sedning IR commands over the internet to change channels on TV or satellite decoders.

The Kira128 has the advantage that the IR commands can be programmed and so a software remote control can be used on a smartphone or tablet. This is good as the range or direction is not an issue when using a real remote control. I love this product. Virtual remotes can be found from 3rd parties software like demopad which works perfectly with the kira128. There is also a browser version for accessing the commands. Its perfect!

Set up is a lot easier than I thought as once you get familiar with it its an absolute doddle.

I have to say that Keene support is absolutely top notch. They helped me out hugely when I had some minor issues as Im not so computer literate. They were brilliant. (Posted on 21/10/2014)
The kira an.... Review by Yiannis P
The kira is an amazing piece of kit. I use it for sending remote control commands to satellite boxes and TV decoders when I am abroad. One unit is required at each end and of course it gives you the capability to use the original remote control. It truly is a wonderful piece of kit.

Im not the most computer literate person but its quite easy to set up and once you have your head around it takes just minutes to set up.

As for Keene all I can say is its best company I have ever had the pleasure to deal with.

Support is unbelievable, efficient and top quality. The best support I've ever received from any company. When I needed them they went out of their way to help and did solve my issue.

A truly 5-star company!
(Posted on 21/10/2014)
I\'ve had of.... Review by Andy
I\'ve had one of these KIRA128 units for quite some time now, and have been very pleased with it.

My only criticism would be that the user interface of the PC-side setup software could be a bit friendlier, but once it\'s setup it \"Just Works\".

A note, also, on Keene\'s customer service - the first device I received seemed to be faulty, so I sent an email. The following day, I received a telephone call from one of Keene\'s staff who seemed very concerned about the issues I\'d had with the faulty module - and said they\'d send a replacement straight away; the replacement arrived the very next day (along with a pre-paid jiffy to return the original unit) and has worked flawlessy ever since - Top Marks.

Excellent product, backed up by excellent service. (Posted on 21/10/2014)
I'm a developer.... Review by David F
I'm a software developer currently writing a Home Automation program. I received this item around a month ago and can't fault it at all, once you get the hang of accessing it and get your own code working correctly (Thanks Mark) its the most reliable IR device I've come across.

It's great value for money and incredibly easy to incorporate into your own software, support from Keene is faultless they really go out there way to help.

I would highly reccomend this (Posted on 21/10/2014)

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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers (7)

Q: Hi, I want to controll a AC unit (short code string 38hz) from Domoticz. Is it possible to send Json comands to Kira128 or any other way to send "code" to activate a predefined IR code". /KG

Posted On: 17/02/2015 By: KG Eriksson

A: There are 4 ways to activate the stored IR code in a Kira129 1/ the UDP based API command eg send cmdT001 on UDP port 65432 to activate the IR code in location 1 2/ use a browser and browse to the built in web pages and click the appropriate button 3/ Simulate above with an http request e.g http://IpAddressOfModule/remote2.htm?button001 4/ use Ajax on your own web page to reference remote2.htm page. Note: if you are doing a stand alone application it is also worth looking at the KiraCC you get more storage, macros, PoE and RS232. The API is part of the files download from the Kira web page on our web site http://www.keene.co.uk/keene-ir-anywhere-ir-over-ip-module-128-code.html
Q: Does your device support control air conditioners?

Posted On: 29/10/2014 By: Sergey

A: Yes it does you just need in to install the specific Aircon firmware
Q: If I have several components in a cupboard on shelves can a single device drive multiple wands (I presume I put a wand on each shelf?).

Posted On: 25/12/2011 By: TimM

A: You would need to use it in conjunction with our IRBKIT amp. Link below:- http://www.keene.co.uk/electronics/multi.php?mycode=IRBKIT
Q: Can you reccomend anything to use along side the above to control a RI device using the same app for the Ipad that I will use to control the IR devices?

Posted On: 22/01/2011 By: Paul Goodman

A: You would need 1x KIRAM http://www.keene.co.uk/electronics/multi.php?mycode=KIRAM
Q: I am looking to control 2 hifi and satalite systems in different rooms and wanted gto know if i buy 2 of these units and the demopad software will they do the job??

Posted On: 07/12/2010 By: andrew

A: Yes this would be ideal

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