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Keene IR Anywhere Module (128 Code Worldwide PSU)


  • 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
RRP: £84.99 You Save: £5.00 (5%)

£79.99 inc Vat £66.66 ex Vat

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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers (5)

Q: Hi, Can you please tell me if an IR emitter is supplied with this item (that connects to IR Output jack)? I cannot find this listed. IR Receiver Window means that additional IR receiver is not needed (already built in)? Thanks, BR, Branko.

Posted On: 31/07/2015 By: Branko Kružičević

A: Yes it is supplied
Q: Is KIRA128 able to automaticly repeat IR from receivers to emmiters ?

Posted On: 16/06/2015 By: Thibaut

A: You can buy one of our IR receivers to allow it to send IR from a remote control to its emitter.
Q: The KEENE IR does not support irDA codes! Could you explane what irDA codes is and who is using them?

Posted On: 14/06/2011 By: Michael Bendtsen

A: IRDA stands for Infrared Data Association. Not many devices use it some early Humax, Telewest and Pace satellite and freeview boxes use this format. As so some PDA, mobiles and computers. It is not very common to be honest.
Q: What is the power usage of the unit? Cheers Mark

Posted On: 22/12/2010 By: Mark Hopps

A: Approx 5 watts. . .
Q: Is it possible to send multiple commands one by one in serial e. g. "Power on" + "Channel 2" to turn on the TV and zap to channel 2 by one click from the browser interface? Thank you

Posted On: 13/12/2010 By: Alfred

A: At the moment there is no facility to create a macro, so one button on the web interface sends just the one corresponding IR code. We have been asked for that functionality and might introduce it in a later firmware. I believe you can do that with the full version of the demopad app for the iPhone / iPad / iPod touch but not with the lite version

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