Part of the Keene IR Anywhere family, the KiraGET is designed to act as an infrared to http bridge. It is capable of learning and storing up to 20 infrared commands and up to 20 http strings. It uses infrared code matching to detect when one of the stored codes has been received and will then send the associated http string.
Once configured it will enable you to use an infrared remote control to trigger scenes on z-wave devices such as Fibaro, Vera and many others.
The KiraGET has a built in infrared receiver and can optionally be used with one of several Keene plug in receivers if desired. It will also act as in IR repeater with any received IR commands being send to a plug-in infrared emitter. The IR inputs and outputs are fully compatible with the existing Keene IR Distribution range so other styles of receivers and emitter wands can easily be incorporated.
The stored codes and commands can also be accessed and triggered by any device with web browser capability from local network or internet. The IR Anywhere modules are compatible with the 36 ~ 40K IR signals used by the vast majority of domestic AV equipment. A wide band IR receiver can also be used to extend the range to 20KHz ~ 120KHz if required.
Infrared to http bridge
Use infrared to trigger up to 20 stored http strings
Can be combined with IR distribution system for large installations
Built in Dynamic DNS support
DHCP plug and play for LAN
Worldwide Power Supply included
You can access the full instruction manual as a web page
Help Files (note - will open in a new window)
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