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Narrow Band RF Remotes Trigger Automation of RS-232, IR and Relay Controlled Components and Systems
Installing and programming the MSC-400 Master System Controller is sped enormously by a combination of hardware and software design features.The MSC-400 is optimized for installation in a equipment rack or cabinet. Softly glowing blue and green LED's on the front panel indicate connections, sensor status and the RF environment. In one glance, the professional installer can diagnose the system.When programming is required, the installer simply connects a laptop via USB cable to the front panel programming port. No controls are acccessible to the end user (even if the end user were to connect to the MSC-400's programming port, they cannot upload the configuration).
MSC-400 MASTER SYSTEM CONTROLLER
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Universal Remote Control Model RFX-250
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RFX-250 RF Sensor (antenna module) The RFX-250 receives radio signals from a remote control and relays them via cable back to the MSC-400 master System Controller or MRF350 Base Station. Advanced Narrow Band receiving circuitry provides longer range and minimizes interference, providing for more reliable system operation. Its compact size enables the RFX-250 to be placed out of sight. The RFX-250 displays RF interference via a bright red LED which flickers when interference is present. Simply relocate the RFX-250 out of the interference area. The RFX-250 is separately mounted in the interferencefree location and connected to the MSC-400 or MRF-350 base station by a three conductor cable up to 150 feet away. By combining additional RFX-250 antenna modules in parallel using a three conductor wire connected to a centrally located base station, custom installers can extend "no more pointing" RF automation to all areas and rooms of even the largest estates. One ...
Restaurant Install: Buffalo Wings and Rings
Putting patrons in control and keeping it simple are key for a state-of-the-art sports bar. But when is anything simple?
Photo: Jason Boyer
Source: Pro AV MAGAZINE Publication date: May 24, 2010
By Dan Daley
When the Buffalo Wings & Rings (BWR) chain decided to put their newest restaurant in the shadow of Indianapolis' Lucas Oil Stadium, the company knew the place had to meet the expectations of hungry, sports-crazy Colts fans. It also had to withstand what would certainly be more than a few wild nights. BW&R achieved both goals through carefully chosen AV systems and some level-headed thinking. Systems integrator AVI eConsulting of Orlando, Fla., was tasked with giving each of the restaurant's 17 booths its own 19-inch Samsung LCD video screen, plus 38 other displays of various sizes throughout the 6,200-square-foot facility, so that every seat gets a great view of multiple screens. That part seemed easy enough. But when the restaurant's mandate expanded to ...