IR code

IR code

(InfraRed code) An infrared signal from a remote control that invokes some operation in A/V equipment such as power on/off, play, pause and stop. See IR codes and IR remote control.
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0, is able to detect connected home theater equipment and programs the remote automatically for the user, eliminating the need for manual IR code entry.
With Philips Home Control's extensive IR code library which can be embedded in the remote or hosted in the cloud, end customers can control their legacy IR equipment in no-time.
For instance, with 64 KB of Flash memory, the ZLF645 can store user-programmed data, IR learning signal timing and the IR code database, removing the need for an external EEPROM.
Certain requirements applicable to New FBR under the IR Code might limit its ability to serve as a source of financial strength to Bank, because the requirements may limit the amount of capital available to a bank subsidiary of a bank holding company that is organized as a REIT.
IR code download allows remotes to download IR codes from the STB or TV rather than storing the entire IR database on the remote, which provides more memory resources for other innovative features
The unit also features sensor and relay control, Indicator LEDs and an IR learning window, which enables learning of any IR code.
In addition, the on-chip IR code generator enables control of products consumers already have in their homes with no additional cost for extra chips.
Onkyo chose UEI's XMP-2 technology, an innovative extensible multimedia protocol, which enables two-way infrared (IR) communication between the universal remote control and the Onkyo receiver allowing IR code data and configuration settings to be sent to the remote control from the A/V equipment.
The FireBall FP-1 maintains all of the Escient FireBall features that custom installers and consumers count on for total system control and flexibility, including: two-way RS-232 and Ethernet control, IR inputs, discrete IR remote codes, multiple IR code banks, and built-in software updating over the Internet.
In addition, if a particular device's IR code cannot be found, i-Got-Control's user-friendly learning capabilities make it easy to control virtually any device.
UEI's solutions allow Pioneer to offer consumers seamless control and communication between various products by utilizing UEI's unmatched IR code database.
Featuring UEI's world-class IR code database for device control and upgradeability, NevoSL is guaranteed to be compatible with virtually any manufacturer's consumer electronics products.