Posted On: 20/08/2016
By: Rob Barton
A: This would be possible using our IR anywhere system. The Keene KIRA128 unit would need to be connected to a router or hub in order to give it an IP/mac address. You wouldn't directly connect to the KIRA via Wifi however you can control the unit via Wifi by using either the web pages or 3rd party apps available.
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
3/ Simulate above with an http request e.g
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
Posted On: 29/10/2014
A: Yes it does you just need in to install the specific Aircon firmware
Posted On: 25/12/2011
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
Posted On: 22/01/2011
By: Paul Goodman
A: You would need 1x KIRAM