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Keene IR Anywhere (single Worldwide)

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  • These modules will receive an IR command, convert it to packet data and send that data to a predete
  • Control IR equipment via local network or anywhere in the world via internet
  • Can be combined with IR distribution system for large installations
  • One-to-one or many-to-one control
£64.99 inc Vat £54.16 ex Vat
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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers (2)

Q: Hi "store all of the required commands in the KIRA memory" how many commands can you have in kira ? I have bought a "Product Code: [KIRAMW]" I want to use it to, Fibaro HC2 ? Regards Timo

Posted On: 02/06/2015 By: Timo

A: It can store up to 4 commands see further info here:- http://www.keene.co.uk/pages/iranywhere/Learn_IR_basic.html There is a set-up guide for Fibaro on our forum see link below:- http://www.keene.co.uk/forum/viewforum.php?f=12&sid=f27839bf77fa6f9e126595a39bb0136d
Q: Hello I need to be able to use a univeral remote control to send an IR signal that converts to a wake-on-lan magic packet over a network to wake my HTPC. Is this possible with the KEEN IR ANYWHERE, without a pc intermediary? Cheers

Posted On: 21/02/2015 By: Mark Lavercombe

A: Unfortunately not. We are looking at adding the ability to send an http request in response to an IR signal to the kiraCC but not looking at sending a UDP magic packet at the moment.

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