Universal Remote Control MRF-100B
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|thomasbarnes||9:57am on Friday, September 10th, 2010|
|The Universal Remote Control RF20 is as good as the hipe.The service from Overstock is top notch!Thumbs up! As a Verizon Fios customer, an RF remote is not available from Verizon, so I went to find an aftermarket RF remote solution.|
|salsaman||10:37pm on Tuesday, August 10th, 2010|
|Excellent, But Learning Curve Required for Programming With all the devices in our homes these days.|
|WL||12:44pm on Thursday, June 17th, 2010|
|great product works great with the base unit. Use it to hide my equipment in a closet yet still quick response when used.|
|krbolson||3:34pm on Saturday, May 8th, 2010|
|Would not even program for direct tv. Sent back. Not worth the money pros: 1. It controls (via RF) my cable box downstairs in 15 feet away without any glitch. 2. With the codes, I can program it to control: TV and VCR. A local AV shop want 500 bucks for the universal 450 remote. No thanks.|
|cjd||6:52am on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010|
|I used the IOgear HDMI over Cat5e extender which means that my TiVo is in my component closet.|
|smegware||7:27am on Thursday, March 11th, 2010|
|So you want a home theater. Your wife says yes if you can hide that hideous stack of black boxes. Sounds simple. This remote makes it very simple.|
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Congratulations on purchasing Universal Remote Controls PowerBlasterTM MRF100B! This changes everything! When used in combination with PowerBlasterTM, a MasterControlTM RF series remote control (RF10, RF20, RF30) becomes an amazing remote control powerhouse that sends multi-directional RF (Radio Frequency) signals that pass through walls, doors and floorsboth indoors and outdoors. PowerBlasterTM sets you free! It enables you to control Components that are completely out-of-sight, up to 100 away. The PowerBlasterTM picks up RF remote control radio frequency signals from any direction, regardless of distance, so the remote doesnt need to be pointed directly at any Component. Just imagine - no more pointing! Now you can close your entertainment center doors, hide your Components, and still control them with ease. Control outdoor speakers on your patio. Control your Components anywhere! RF Remotes are ready to go! One of the best things about this is - nothing has to be done to the remotes themselves for this feature to work. Every time you press a button on one of the MasterControlTM RF series remotes, it sends both a standard IR (Infrared Command) AND an RF (Radio Frequency) signal. When you install the PowerBlasterTM kit, it will automatically receive radio signals from RF series remotes and translate them into the infrared commands that control your Components. Quick Setup DVD Guide makes installation easy! The Quick Setup DVD Guide will assist you in setting up PowerBlasterTM to work with your RF series remotes by guiding you through an easy step-by-step process. This Owners Manual is designed as a companion reference source to the DVD Setup Guide, should you need to refer back to a particular section, or review certain instruction detail not covered in the DVD. However, if you are unable to watch the DVD Guide for some reason, everything you need to know about setting up PowerBlasterTM is contained in this Manual.
NOTE: PowerBlasterTM is only compatible with Universal Remote Controls MasterControlTM RF series remote controls (RF10, RF20, RF30). RF series remote control radio signals will not control Components directly.You must have a PowerBlasterTM to receive the RF remote radio signals. Also, Components that came with "no pointing" radio remote controls cannot be operated by an RF series remote unless the Component can be switched to standard IR (Infrared Control) via its internal menus. Some remote control ceiling fans are radio only and cannot be operated by an RF series remote.
500 Mamaroneck Avenue, Harrison, NY 10528 Phone: (914) 835-4484 Fax: (914) 835-4532 POWERBLASTERTM Owners Manual 2006 Universal Remote Control, Inc. The information in this manual is copyright protected. No part of this manual may be copied or reproduced in any form without prior written consent from Universal Remote Control, Inc. UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL, INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR OPERATIONAL, TECHNICAL OR EDITORIAL ERRORS / OMISSIONS MADE IN THIS MANUAL. The information in this manual may be subject to change without prior notice. MASTERCONTROL, PowerBlaster, MacroPower, and SimpleSound are trademarks of Universal Remote Control, Inc. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies or organizations.
Heres How PowerBlaster Works:
1. RF series remote controls (RF10, RF20, RF30) send RF (Radio Frequency) signals to PowerBlaster, which is an RF receiver. 2. PowerBlaster converts RF signals to IR (Infrared) commands and sends them out to components in the same cabinet space via the built-in front blaster.
HOW IT WORKS
3. Self-adhesive flashers (included in the PowerBlaster kit) affix to the front panels of your components. The flashers relay commands to components out of sight of PowerBlasters front blaster. The flashers plug in to PowerBlasters rear flasher line output jacks. Each flasher has a 10 cable to easily reach components on nearby shelves.
Quantity 6 Description PowerBlaster Receiver with integrated antenna Mounting Plate for wall mounting PowerBlaster Screws for wall mounting the mounting plate 9V-300mA Power Supply Flashers with 10 foot plug-in cables.
The Mounting Plate
Red Power LED lights to indicate when PowerBlaster is plugged into an active AC outlet.
Red Status LED lights when PowerBlaster receives an RF signal from an RF series remote control.
The Mounting Plate guides enable PowerBlasters matching guide to slide and snap into place for mounting on the wall.
Front blaster sends Infrared commands to all A/V components in the same cabinet space.
Using the four enclosed screws, you can choose to fix the mounting plate to a wall or the back of your component cabinet.
Integrated antenna swings in any direction to optimize RF reception and range.
Program and Test Remote Control First
Dont connect power to PowerBlaster until you have programmed and tested the remote control line of sight. PowerBlaster can interfere with testing and programming.
Included 9V power supply plugs into the MRF-100 power connector.
Turn ON all of your components. Audio /Video components sometimes create RF interference. Therefore, perform all testing with all of your components powered ON (as they will be when you operate the system). as the button is released. If there is any flickering, move PowerBlaster farther away from the A/V components.
Orient the Antenna for Optimum Range. If you need to extend the range of the remote, try adjusting the angle of PowerBlasters receiving antenna via its pivoting ball mount.
Six flasher jacks on the rear of PowerBlaster connect flashers for control of A/V components out-of-sight of the front blaster.
Connect the Power Supply. Connect the 9V power supply to an active UNSWITCHED AC outlet. PowerBlaster must always be powered up. The red Power LED should light up.
Mount PowerBlaster. PowerBlaster may be concealed and mounted to the rear wall or back of the system cabinet. The mounting plate slides apart from the receiver, mounts to the wall, then the receiver can slide back into place.
Six plug-in flashers are supplied with 10 foot cables and six extra self-adhesive pads (in case a flasher has to be repositioned).
Test Placement of PowerBlaster. PowerBlaster should be placed so that the STATUS LED only lights up when a button is pressed on an RF series remote control. It should go out as soon
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