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Keene IR Side Firing Emitter Wand

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  • Handy 'side firing' IR emitter wand for controlling AV gear
  • Supplied with a 1.2 metre cable
  • For use with the Keene Electronics range of IR distribution products
£7.99 inc Vat £6.66 ex Vat
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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers (1)

Q: Is this mounted directly onto the eqipment IR input panel? How is it mounted? Will the size allow a sight line for me to use my IR Handset as well as mounting the IRDW? Can I cut and splice the cable - If possible I'd like the IRDW cable to be about 0.5m long?

Posted On: 22/12/2009 By: John

A: Both the IRSFW and IRDW are designed to go over the IR receiver on the equipment you are looking to control. And consequently they severely reduce the amount of IR picked up by the sensor from a hand held remote or similar. They fix with double sided pads Use the low power emitter located just off from the set top box if you require operation by hand held remote as well. It is possible to cut and re-join the cable but you must maintain polarity and as the cable is very thin it can be tricky. Might be easier to coil and hide. You might also want to consider that the sensor in the set top box must not receive more than one signal at a time. So it must not "see" both the signal from the hand held remote and the signal relayed by the IR extender system simultaneously. Even a sniff of 2 signals will render the signal useless.

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