Universal Remote Control MX-350
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The Complete Control MX-350 controls up to 10 components. Each of the 10 components can be programmed with up to 8 pages of LCD screens, plus the 33 hard buttons. The MX-350 allows you to edit the text on each LCD screen exactly as you prefer. The powerful memory of the MX-350 offers up to 472 potential Macro buttons. Each of these macros can play back up to 190 steps with one touch. For example: a single touch to the ON button could turn on the TV, the surround sound system, and the satellite r... Read more
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Thank you for purchasing the MX-350 TM Pre-Programmed and Learning Remote Control. This manual is designed to assist you step-by-step as you setup the MX-350 to replace all of your remote controls and automate your home entertainment system.
Table of Contents
Getting Started Button Layout Basic Setup Pre-Programmed Method Learning Method Volume Control Punch Through Advanced Operation Advanced Setup Editing Button Labels Macro Button Setup Favorite Channel Setup Hiding and Adding Pages Erasing 61 61
MX-350 Owners Manual 2004 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. MX-350 is a registered trademark of Universal Remote Control, Inc. Power of Simple is a trademark of Universal Remote Control, Inc. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies or organizations.
Cloning One MX-350 to Another Recalling Pre-Programmed Settings Utilizing Optional RF Base Stations IR/RF Signal Setting ID # - Setting Base Station Address EMITT - Setting IR Emitter Outputs BLAST - Setting the Front Panel Blaster On or Off
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Pre-Programmed Code Tables Frequently Asked Questions Warranty Specifications
Universal Remote Control, Inc.
Youve purchased one of the most advanced and easy to setup control systems available. The MX-350s built-in library includes thousands of different brands and models of remote controls. In most systems, all you have to do to setup the MX-350 is enter which brands and models you own. If you own a component too new to be in the library, the MX-350 uses advanced learning technology to quickly set each MX-350 button, one at at time. Setting up your MX-350 to replace all your existing remote controls can be done in a few minutes. Basic Setup is described on pages 5 to 13. The MX-350s exciting advanced features automate and customize operation in many ways. You could use Macro Setup to power on all of your components and start the show with the press of one button! With the MX-350s unique Favorite Channel capability, you can tune in a channel with the press of one button instead of entering the entire channel number. Any of the button names on the display can be edited as you like. It is best to delay any Advanced Setup (described on pages 14 to 36) until after you finish Basic Setup.
TITLE FAVORITE CHANNEL Button PAGE Buttons change the page of Display Buttons. MAIN Button takes you to the MAIN Menu. Transmitting Busy Signal Indicator* LIGHT Button
Screen Labeled Display Buttons PAGE Numbers
Remove the battery compartment cover by pressing up the cover lock. Insert four AAA batteries into the battery compartment as shown in the diagram.
- + + - + + *Note: When a command, macro or favorite channel is being transmitted, an icon will appear in the top right corner of the display. While the MX-350 is busy, it will ignore a button push.
The MX-350 Selecting a New DEVICE Changes All Button Commands Instantly
The MX-350 can operate ten different devices even though it is only one remote control. Lets try it now! Press the MAIN button, then press the TV DEVICE button. TV DEVICE Button MAIN Button
You can start setting up your MX-350 using either the Pre-Programmed Method or the Learning Method. However, all the buttons of the MX-350 are setup at once with the Pre-Programmed Method, so it is usually faster than the one-button-at-a-time Learning Method.
Power on the A/V component you wish to setup, so that you can test codes by sending power off commands. Refer to the pre-programmed code tables on pages 38 - 59 and write down the code numbers listed for your A/V component. The code numbers are listed by categories of devices, then by brand. See page 37 for a category list. Press and hold both the MAIN and ENT (Enter) buttons for approximately three seconds. The top of the display will show SETUP. You are in SETUP mode now.
Note: You have 30 seconds to perform a step while you are in SETUP mode. If you dont press a button within that time, the MX-350 will time out and return to normal operation.
The top of the screen changes from MAIN to TV. Now all of the buttons change their function to operate a TV. Press the page buttons. Watch the labels of the display buttons change with each press. There are eight pages of display buttons already labeled for TV operation. To operate another component (e.g., VCR, DVD etc.), press the MAIN button to return to the MAIN menu. The MAIN menu displays five of your Devices on the screen. Simply press one of the screen-labeled Device buttons to operate another device. If you dont see the device name you want, then use the PAGE buttons to display the remaining five devices on page 2 of the MAIN menu.
Press the LIGHT button to backlight all the buttons. To turn off the backlighting, press the LIGHT button again, or just wait ten seconds (the backlighting automatically shuts itself off).
Press the P-PRO button to select the Pre-Programmed Method. P-PRO Button
In this step you verify the type of component you plan to operate with this device button. If the flashing name is correct, press SELECT. SELECT
If the name flashing in the display is incorrect (for example, you are setting up AUX to operate a Laser Disc Player), use the UP and DOWN buttons to change the flashing name to the correct type of component.
The display changes so that you can select which Device button to setup.
First Five Device Names
Note: Each name that appears in the display may include several types of components. For example, the DVD category includes DVD players and Laser Disc Players. See page 37 for a list of component types each Code Table contains.
Press a Page button to display the other five Device names.
In this step you choose the name of the device youd like to setup. Use the cursor UP or DOWN buttons to change the flashing name. When it is correct, press the SELECT button. UP SELECT DOWN
Point the MX-350 at the component, then enter the first three digit code number from your notes using the numbered buttons. After you enter each three digit number, look at the component to see if it turned off. Use the number buttons to enter the code number. Continue to enter code numbers until the component powers off.
For Example: I have a Sony TV. I found the code numbers 070, 139,147, 126, 185, 194 and 085 under Sony in the TV TABLE. Using the numbered buttons on the MX-350, I entered 070 and looked at the TV. It didnt turn off, so I entered 139, then 147 and so on, until I found the code that powered off the TV.
For Example: I wanted to setup the TV Device button first, so I pressed the cursor UP or DOWN until TV was flashing in the display.
The bottom of the display will flash FROM TABLE.
Note: If a component fails to turn off after you have entered all of the code numbers listed for your brand, you can scan through the other brands in the table using the UP and DOWN buttons (there is a chance that your component was actually manufactured by another brand). However, most of the code tables are so large it is usually faster to use the Learning Method on Page 9.
Repeat steps one through nine for each of your devices. If you are missing any commands, use the learning method, described next
The MX-350 can learn commands from your old remote controls one-button-at-a-time by following these simple steps:
Scan Up to the next Code Number
Scan Down to the previous Code Number Press Power On or Power Off to test if the device powers off.
Line-up the MX-350 with your old remote control, head-to-head, one or two inches apart.
When the component turns off, save the code number you entered by pressing the SAVE button that appears on the screen. Code Number You Entered SAVE Button
On the MX-350, press and hold the MAIN and ENT (Enter) buttons at the same time for approximately three seconds. The top of the display will show SETUP. You are in SETUP mode now.
Press the LEARN button.
Exit SETUP mode by pressing the MAIN button two times. When the display shows MAIN, you are back in normal operating mode.
The top of the screen will change to LEARN. MAIN Button
The display will show a list of the first five devices. Select the device you would like to teach commands to by pressing the Device button. Press any of the Device Buttons.
Press and hold the button you want on your old remote control until the display changes to either GOOD or FAILED. If the GOOD label appears on top of the display, you were successful. Now, press the next button you wish to teach. Keep repeating steps 6 through 7 until you have learned all the buttons you want.
Now, press any button you want to teach a command to.
If the FAILED label appears on top of the display, try to teach the same button in MX-350 once again by repeating steps 6-7.
Press any Button.
Continue to teach any commands from any of your remote controls by repeating steps 5-7 (to go back to step five, press MAIN once). Once you completed teaching all the buttons, return to normal operation by pressing the MAIN button twice. Test all your new commands. If any of them dont work, try learning again using these notes:
Move to another room. Plasma TVs, sunlight, halogen or quartz lighting can interfere with the learning process. Although the old remote control seems to work fine, change the batteries to fresh alkaline batteries. Vary the distance between the remote controls gradually. Try 1/4, 1, 2and so on, up to 4 feet. Tap the button on the original remote control instead of pressing and holding it during the learning process.
Note: If you dont see the display button you would like to teach, use the PAGE buttons. The only buttons you cant teach are the PAGE and MAIN buttons.
Once you press a button, the top of the display will change from LEARN to READY.
Volume Control Punch Through
In most home entertainment systems, the sound volume is only controlled by one device. In some systems, it is the TV speakers that make the sound, so you would use the TV device on the MX-350 to raise and lower the volume. In another system, it might be a surround sound receiver and speakers that control the sound, so you would use the MX-350s AUDIO device to adjust the volume. Constantly switching the MX-350 to TV or AUDIO to adjust the volume is inconvenient in daily life. You can use Punch Through to set the MX-350s volume buttons to always control the sound in your system. That way when the MX-350 is set to VCR or DVD, the volume up, down and mute buttons will work perfectly without switching back to AUDIO or TV. Heres how:
Press the device button for the device that doesnt have volume control commands yet (i.e.,DVD). This is the device you are going to PUNCH TO for the volume and mute commands.
Select the Device you want to Punch To
Note: If you wish to PUNCH to the MAIN device, press the POWER OFF button at this time.
Enter Setup mode by pressing and holding both MAIN and ENT for three seconds. The top of the display show you are in SETUP mode now.
Note: You have 30 seconds for each step, otherwise the MX-350 will time out automatically.
DOWN Cursor button deletes the currently blinking character.
When you are finished editing the button, press the button you edited and SAVED will flash at the bottom of the display. To change any other button labels on the same device, press the next button, then repeat steps 6-8. If you wish to edit a button on another device, press the MAIN button once, then repeat Steps 4-8. Once youve finished editing buttons, press the MAIN button four times to return to normal operation.
Macro Button Setup
Imagine turning on your TV, your DVD player and your surround sound receiver by pressing a single button on your MX-350! What would normally take three remotes and three button pushes, the MX-350 can accomplish with the press of one button. We call that a Macro. Any of the Display buttons, the Power On or the Power Off buttons (on any Device or Page) can be set to be Macro buttons! To setup a macro button, follow these easy steps:
Edit the MAIN Menu Title or a MAIN Menu Device Label
You can change the title of the MAIN Menu or a MAIN Menu device label by following these steps after youve entered TEXT Edit mode (described in the steps one through four in the preceding pages).
Enter the SETUP mode by pressing and holding both MAIN and ENT for three seconds.
Once youve entered TEXT Edit mode, the top of the screen displays EDIT and the first five devices of the MAIN Menu. There are five pages you can access via the Page UP or DOWN buttons. When the
top of the screen says EDIT, pressing a device button jumps to the pages for that device so that you can edit a devices LCD buttons normally. However, if you continue to tap the Page button, the top of the screen will change from EDIT to MAIN. While it says MAIN, there are three pages of LCD buttons. The first two list the Devices of the MAIN Menu and enable you to change the device names when pressed. The third page titled MAIN has only one entry for the LCD buttons; MAIN. When you press the corresponding hard button, you can relable the MAIN title itself.
Press the MACRO button. The top of the display will show MACRO. The bottom of the display will flash SELECT. Navigate to the Device and Page where there is a button you would like to set as a Macro button using the MAIN, DEVICE, and PAGE buttons.
Advanced Options: If you wish to set one of the DEVICE buttons as a macro, on step 3, press the Page Up button twice. The top of the display changes to MAIN, and you can navigate to MAIN page 1 or page 2 before going on to Step 4. Another option for DEVICE button macros is to only send the macro if the button is pressed and held. This is setup by entering a delay as the first step of the macro. The amount of delay determines how long the user must press the button before the macro is sent. The advantage of this option is that a normal press of the DEVICE button will simply switch devices without issuing the macro.
Hiding and Adding Pages
Each of your MX-350 Devices contains up to eight pages (if a page has no IR data, it will be HIDDEN). However, you can HIDE any page from the users view. A hidden page still appears in SETUP modes, so can be used in macros. If you change your mind and would like the user to see a hidden page, you can ADD them. You can add or hide pages on devices, or on your favorite channel pages using this simple process:
Note: Be sure to program your Macros before you hide pages with a potential macro step in them. You cant access hidden pages during macro setup. However, after you finish Macro setup, you can hide pages without affecting operation of your macros.
Use the PAUSE Button to set delays between steps, each press of the pause button increases the delay by a half second.
Press the LIGHT button after you enter the channel number. A new screen appears: SAVE Button
To save the channel you entered, press the SAVE button. The UNDO button lets you erase the last entry. The EXIT button erases all entries for this button.
When you are finished setting up Favorite Channel buttons, press the MAIN button twice to return to normal operation.
Press the PAGE button.
PAGE appears at the top of the screen.
Navigate to any page, using the MAIN, DEVICE, FAV, and PAGE buttons. FAV Button
You can erase an individual button with a learned command, a macro or a favorite channel. You can erase an entire Devices learned command or macro buttons. You can also erase ALL your learned commands on all devices or all your macros or favorite channels everywhere. If you really want a fresh start, it is possible to reset everything to the factory default condition.
PAGE Buttons MAIN Button
Erasing Learned Buttons, Macros or Favs
When you select a page, the top of the screen indicates whether you want to ADD? or HIDE? the page displayed. When you would like to change a pages visibility, press the LIGHT button.
Note : You have 30 seconds for each step, otherwise the MX-350 will time out automatically.
Press a PAGE button to display page two of Setup. Press the ERASE button. Press either the LEARN, MACRO or FAV button. The following screen appears:
The RF Base Station converts radio signals to standard infrared commands and sends them out via a built-in front blaster to components in the same cabinet space.
Self-adhesive flashers (included with the MRF-250 or the MRF-350) affix to the front panels of your components. The flashers relay infrared commands to components out-of-sight of the front blaster. The flashers plug into the rear flasher line output jacks. Each flasher has a 10 cable to easily reach components on nearby shelves.
The MX-350 RF Settings Overview
The MX-350 is factory set to work out of the box with an MRF-100 base station, which is not addressable. The only setting that affects operation with an MRF-100 is the RF/IR setting (to operate, the MX-350 must be set to IR/RF or RF- it will not operate the MRF-100 in IR mode). The MX-350 will operate with an MRF-250 or MRF-350 base station set to ID#0 with the factory default settings. However, in order to gain the advantages of addressable base stations (no interference between systems within one house or a condo development with potential interference between two different condos, turning the front blaster on or off, or routing identical commands to a stack of identical televisions or satellite receivers etc.) you must reset the MX-350 and the Base Station ID# to any address other than ID#0. ID#0 is an open door to any RF signal, it is not a true address. It is extremely useful for testing whether any interference is present, since the base stations STATUS LED will flicker if interference is present. Once the base station is moved to a location where the LED does not flicker, the ID# can be changed to one of the other addresses. Note that ID#0 does not allow any emitter or blaster configuration. Before changing any emitter or blaster settings, you must reset the ID# to an address other than 0. Here are the factory default RF settings of the MX-350:
IR/RF (Type of Signal) - All devices are factory set to send both an IR line of sight signal and an omnidirectional RF signal. ID# (Base Station Address) - All devices are factory set with ID #0. EMITT (IR Emitter Line Output) - All devices are factory set to output IR commands through ALL IR Emitter Line Outputs. BLAST (Base Station Front Panel Blaster) - The blaster is factory set to be on.
Press the RF button. RF Button
The RF Settings Menu appears. See the notes on the following pages for more info on each option. Make your selection by pressing the button you want: Signal (IR, RF or Both) Base Station ID # Emitters - ALL or a specific Emitter Blaster - Turn the Blaster On or Off Exit this Menu
After youve made a new setting and SAVED your change, use the EXIT button to return to the RF settings menu to change any other setting. Once you are finished all settings, use the MAIN button to return to normal operation
IR/RF Signal Setting Changing the RF Settings
You can set the signal to be IR line-of-sight only, RF only or IR and RF simultaneously. Additionally, you can set the signal the same way for ALL ten of your devices OR you can set the signal differently for each device (the plasma TV could be set to be IR line-of-sight only, while the DVD player and the Satellite receiver are set to be RF only). A good reason to set the signal to RF only is to prevent too much IR being sent to a sensitive component from two arrivals at the front panel (one directly from the MX-350, one from the RF base station). A good reason to set the signal to IR only is that another room has an MRF-100 base station (no RF address) so it will receive commands from the MX-350 unless it is set to IR only.
Press the PAGE buttons until page three of Setup is displayed (RF is the only choice on Page 3).
Universal Remote Control, Inc. ID # - Setting Base Station Address
When you are installing a system within 100 feet of another equipment location in the same home OR near a home, condo, yacht or motor home that might potentially have an RF remote control of any kind, it is recommended that you use an addressable base station and set the address as described here. You can operate up to 15 different equipment locations, each with an MRF-250 or MRF-350 assigned a unique Receiver ID#. You program each or all of your MX-350 devices to the appropriate equipment location by assigning the corresponding ID# in the RF Settings Menus.
From the RF Settings Menu, select IR/RF. Decide whether you are changing the Signal for all devices or just one of the devices of the MX-350. Select ALL to change the signal settings to ALL devices in the MX-350. Then, go to Step 4. Select DEVIC to change the signal settings to just one of the devices in the MX-350. Then, go to Step 3.
The display changes to a list of the names of your devices. If you have two pages of devices, pressing either of the page buttons will display the other page. Select the device you would like to change IR/RF settings, then go to Step 4. Page Buttons display the other page of devices. Select a device
From the RF Settings Menu, select ID#. Decide whether you are changing the ID# for all devices or just one of the devices of the MX-350. Select ALL to change the ID# for ALL devices in the MX-350. Then, go to Step 4. Select DEVIC to change the ID# for just one of the devices in the MX-350. Then, go to Step 3.
Select the new setting by pressing the desired button, then press SAVE to save your new setting and return to the RF settings menu. Both IR and RF will be output Only IR line-of-sight Only RF will be output Save the new setting Exit this Menu without changing the IR/RF settings
The display changes to a list of the names of your devices. If you have two pages of devices, pressing either of the page buttons will display the other page. Select the device you would like to change the ID#, then go to Step 4. Page Buttons display the other page of devices. Select a device
Select the new setting by pressing the desired button, then press SAVE to save your new setting and return to the RF settings menu. Displays the current ID# Change the ID# to a higher number Change the ID# to a lower number Save the new setting Exit this Menu without changing the IR/RF settings
The display changes to a list of the names of your devices. If you have two pages of devices, pressing either of the page buttons will display the other page. Select the device you would like to change the Emitter settings, then go to Step 4. Page Buttons display the other page of devices. Select a device
EMITT - Setting IR Emitter Outputs
The MRF-250 and MRF-350 Base Stations enable you to route or steer the IR commands from any Device to any or all of the IR Line Outputs. This allows you to control identical devices using the exact same IR commands (such as an array of television sets in a media room or a stack of identical satellite receivers installed in a central location with one satellite receiver dedicated to each room with a television). Each button push (or macro step) is routed to the specific IR Line Output youve assigned to a device. In the factory set default settings, the MX-350 is set to route IR commands from any device to ALL IR Line Outputs simultaneously. To change the MX-350 default settings follow these steps:
Select the new setting by pressing the desired button, then press SAVE to save your new setting and return to the RF settings menu. Displays the Line Output # or ALL Change the Line Output upwards Change the Line Output downwards Save the new setting Exit this Menu without changing the EMITT settings
BLAST - Setting the Front Panel Blaster On or Off
The MRF-250 and MRF-350 Base Stations have a configurable front panel high power IR LED or blaster for controlling components in the same cabinet space without emitters attached to their front panel. The front panel blaster can overpower or saturate the sensors of some A/V components, so if intermittent operation occurs, the blaster should be turned off. The blaster is incompatible with a stack of identical components, since all components will receive IR commands at once, no matter what device is selected. Turn off the front panel blaster by following the steps described on the next page:
TV (continued) - TVs, Plasmas, Projectors and Monitors
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CABLE - Cable Set Top Boxes
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CABLE (continued) - Cable Set Top Boxes
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CABLE (continued) - WEBTVs
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DVD - Laser Disc Players
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VCR - VCRs
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AUDIO (continued) - Amps, Preamps and A/V Receivers
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VCR - TV/VCR Combos
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AUDIO - Amps, Preamps and A/V Receivers
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AUDIO - XM Radios & Tuners
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a macro button?
It is an MX-350 button you set to make a lot of things happen when you press it. For example, to watch a DVD in most home theaters requires several remote controls and many button presses (power up the TV, power up the surround sound, power up the DVD player, set the TV to the correct video input, set the surround sound to the correct audio input and finally; press play on the DVD player remote control). Instead of pressing all of those buttons one at a time, the MX-350 enables you to setup one button that does it all automatically with one press. For more information on how and why you should setup macro and favorite channel buttons, read pages 19-22.
The MX-350 is covered against any manufacturers defects or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase if purchased from an authorized Universal Remote Control dealer. Units purchased from online auction sites or other unauthorized resellers have no warranty. This warranty does not cover the following items: - Damage from misuse, neglect, or acts of nature. - Products that have been modified or incorporated into other products. - Products purchased more than 12 months ago. - Units purchased from unauthorized dealers or companies.
Learning Capability - 784 IR commands at standard frequencies (15KHz to 455 KHz) Macro Capability - 472 Macros of up to 190 steps each IR Range (Line of Sight via Infrared): 30-50 feet, depending on the environment RF Range (radio frequency): 50 to 100 feet, depending upon the environment RF Frequency: 418MHz Weight: 8 oz. (with batteries) Size: 8.5 x 2 7/16 x 1 Batteries: Four AAA Alkaline batteries included LCD Size: approximately 7/8 x 1-7/8
If the batteries run out, will I lose my settings?
No. The MX-350 stores all of your settings in non-volatile FLASH memory. You could remove the batteries for months, replace them at your convenience and the MX-350 would still remember your settings.
Who can I call for more answers?
The Universal Remote Control technical support and customer service staff are ready to answer any questions you might have. Call us at 1-914-835-4484 Monday - Friday, 9AM to 6PM (EST)
The Complete Control MX-350 controls up to 10 components. Each of the 10 components can be programmed with up to 8 pages of LCD screens, plus the 33 hard buttons. The MX-350 allows you to edit the text on each LCD screen exactly as you prefer. The powerful memory of the MX-350 offers up to 472 potential Macro buttons. Each of these macros can play back up to 190 steps with one touch. For example: a single touch to the ON button could turn on the TV, the surround sound system, and the satellite receiver, then set the TV to the correct video input, the surround system to the right audio settings, and finish by selecting your favorite satellite TV channel. The MX-350 allows the user to program up to 40 favorite channels and the 8 LCD screens will display the favorite channels that are programmed. This allows the users to access their favorite channel with one simple button press. The optimized layout of hard buttons enables you to naturally reach both 5-way thumb pad to navigate on-screen menus and the critical Transport, Channel and Volume buttons. You'll quickly discover that you prefer using the MX-350 to control all the special features of your system. There will never be a reason to dig out your old factory remotes again.
|Device Type||Universal remote control|
|Supported Device Qty||10|
|Supported Devices||TV, VCR, satellite TV system, DVD player, CD player, audio system, audio/video components|
|Features||LCD backlight, macro function, memory backup, programmable, LCD display, learning, back-lit buttons|
|Battery||4 x standard battery - AAA type|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Brand||Universal Remote Control|
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