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Keene IR High Power Emitter Wand


  • Designed to be used in the High power outputs of the IRBKIT and IR Commander Matrix.
  • Mounted in front of the IR receiver
  • Range up to 10 metres away
  • Dimensions of emitter: L x 37mm x W 21mm x D 15mm
£7.99 inc Vat £6.66 ex Vat

Customer Reviews (1)

Absolutely brilliant. is.... Review by Adam
Absolutely brilliant. This is the sole blaster within my A/V cupboard and is able to control everything in there without the help of any other emitters.

I highly recommend this for anyone seeking similar functionality. (Posted on 21/10/2014)

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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers (2)

Q: can it be used with the KIRA modules?

Posted On: 22/03/2012 By: Kevin

A: Sadly not you can use a splitter though to attach 3 wands or run to our IR amp to achieve multiple wands. Web links below:- Splitter Amp
Q: Can you split signals for 2 high power wands into high input ?

Posted On: 10/11/2010 By: Michael Gordon

A: Yes you can split one output to drive two emitters. The emitters should ALWAYS both be of the same type. Assuming the emitters are identical then you would split the output power evenly between the two and get half the output each. In practice two emitters that are of the same type will still have slight difference between them so you are more likely to split the output 55/45 % but should still be usable. Obviously range on each emitter is less than it would be if they were not a pair.

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