Universal Remote Control MX-980
The MX-980 is a powerful wand-style custom control designed to advance the state of the art of Home Theater programming and integration. Its unique synergies automate and simplify operation of even the most complex home systems. Its many highlights include a big, bright color LCD display, an open programming architecture, Narrow Band RF capability, and seamless integration with other control devices. The MX-980 also integrates more strongly than other remotes with URC's breakthrough MSC-400 ... Read more
Part Numbers: MX-980, MX980
UPC: 0656787209800, 656787209800
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MX-980 Master Remote
Simplify the Complex, Customize for Every User and Enchant Your Clients with Color. Stunning QVGA Color LCD
The 2.x 320 pixel screen provides a visual feast for your clients with an incredibly detailed 160 pixel per inch view. Capable of 262,144 colors, the screen labels eight hard buttons with icons and sharply readable text. MX-980 Editor provides thousands of icons in galleries for every purpose, from selecting activities to favorite Satellite Radio stations.
Whole House Device Control
Transparently to your client, the MX-980 routes commands three ways: line of sight IR, RF via an MRF base station or MSC Trigger to an MSC-400. Thus, one macro step might command the drapes to open via line of sight IR, while the next step powers on the local TV via RF to a locally placed MRF base and still another step configures the correct Satellite Receiver in the equipment closet via an MSC-400 trigger command.
Perfect MSC-400 Integration
The MX-980s OpenArchitecture PC Editor unleashes the possibilities of Master System Control automation via MSC-400. Any button, any screen can be programmed with MSC Triggers, providing your system designs with perfect reliability and predictability (and maximum referrals).
Animated Status Screens
When the MX-980 is busy reconfiguring your clients system with a macro, the screen can be filled with customizable animations that lets the client know that your programming is automating their system with a cool, colorful animated graphic.
Elegant Recharging Base
The MX-980s Lithium Ion battery can be used without rules. The battery does not retain a memory like other rechargeable batteries and can be kept charging for any length of time. When the MX-980 needs charging, your client simply places it in the convenient charging base.
The Pioneer in Control Technology
Incredibly Fast, Structured Programming with a New File
When starting from scratch, MX-980s OpenArchitecture enables you to start a new project with any template. You can start from a file with no devices prebuilt and create your own freely, or opt to delete from a template with 8 or 16 devices.
Label Buttons Freely Via Drag and Drop Navigator
Customize the LCD button layout with new text labels via the IR Database Navigator, now improved with text replacement to any button you drag to. In seconds,a programmer can completely revise the layout of a device. Simply replace the text and the IR command.
Drag to Create New Devices Complete with Icons and Text
Editing the layout of the Watch and Listen Main Menus is a snap with the newly designed Create and Name Devices window. Simply choose whether your label is Left, Right or Joined (combines two buttons into one) then drag the appropriate icon to the menu position. Once you click on Save, the empty device is created (complete with a pre-programmed Page Jump).
Instantly Navigate Existing Files
Like all OpenArchitecture MX Editors, you can open an existing file and instantly access any part of the file by clicking in Tree View.
Fast Powerful Macro Programming with Advanced MS-400 Logic
The MX-980 Editor opens the door to IF/ELSE and TOGGLE logic, enabling sophisticated automation of complex systems. You can view all the details of a macro by simply clicking on the button in Simulator View. In the Macro Window,you can inspect your programming, drag to rearrange the order or logic of steps and copy and paste commands or groups of commands from one macro to another.
Build Graphic Layouts Your Way
Before applying any IR codes or MSC triggers,the programmer builds button layouts for each device the MX-980 controls. Instead of the laborious creation of each button graphic, MX-980 Editor offers an automated process. Simply select the kind of device you want, create it, then apply the correct button layout to the device.
At a Glance, Identify or Test any Buttons Programming
In Simulator View any button with programming is FLAGGED, giving you an instant glimpse into the functionality of each page. T An MSC-400 Trigger Command M A Macro PT Punch Through P Pre Programmed IR
MX-980: Narrow Band RF and MSC-400 Compatible
Any audio video system, by its very nature, includes components with high speed microprocessors which produce wide band localized RF interference.The combination of the MX-980 Narrow Band RF Transmitters with the RFX-250 provides ultra reliable RF via the extraordinarily specific narrow band reception of the RFX-250.
RFX-250 Narrow Band RF Receiver (Included with the MRF-350 and MSC-400 System)
L Learned IR Command By simply navigating through the pages of a customers file you can easily identify a missing command. More importantly, by selecting a button you can view any command in the buttons action list and test it individually. The RFX-250 is included with both the MRF-350 Routing Base Station and the MSC-400 Master System Controller.
MSC-400 Master System Controller
Quickly Drag and Drop Codes and Triggers
As with all OpenArchitecture MX Editors, you can import codes from work youve done on other remote controls using the Universal Browser.When programming triggers,a quick drag from the browser to either the selected button or the macro window is all that it takes to harness the sophistication of the MSC-400.
The MX-980 is compatible with the new MSC-400 Trigger protocol, which enables complex macros, stored in the MSC-400, to be individually triggered with a single button push on the MX-980 regardless of the interference and noise in the environment. The combination of very narrow transmission of digitally encoded packets sent THREE times at digital speeds in milliseconds, assures that every button press on the remote will be received by the MSC-400. Narrow Band The MSC-400s instantaneous error RF Transmission correction compares the three packets. Once two packets are identified as identical, the MSC-400 goes to work. This new technology not only increases range, but increases reliability by a vast margin. The MX-980 is equipped with both the new Narrow Band Transmitters and the new RF Protocol for the MSC-400.
The Ultimate IR/RF User Interface
One Handed, No Rules Operation Automatic Backlighting
The integral motion sensor detects any movement of the remote control and automatically backlights the screen. You do not have to press any button to display the screen. Any movement of the MX-980 renews the backlighting.
An MX-980 in Every Room
Specify a customized MX-980 for every room in a house. Use the included set of preprinted room labels to fit in the coined area at the base of the control to identify which remote is customized for each room.
Customize with Themes, Icons, Animations & Sound
Like the MX-3000, the MX-980 displays any of the acclaimed factory themes or your own customized versions via the galleries of icons, animations and sounds. Additionally, you can play back a WAV file with a button press or as a step in a macro.
Microprocessor: ARM9 32bit 202MHz LCD: 2.4" TFT(QVGA) 262,144 Colors Memory: 64 Megabytes of SDRAM & 34 Megabytes of Nand Flash Devices: Supports up to 255 Devices with text, less with heavy graphics usage Pages: Supports up to 255 Pages on each Device with text, less with heavy graphics usage Learning Capability: Standard frequencies (15kHz to 455kHz) Macro Capability: Up to 255 steps each, however nesting is allowed IR Range (Line of Sight via Infrared): 30 to 50 feet, depending upon the environment RF Range (Radio Frequency): 50 to 100 feet, depending upon the environment RF Frequency: 418 MHz (Narrow Band) Batteries: 3.7 Volt Lithium Ion battery pack included Battery Life: 120 minutes continuous use, 6000 minutes in standby mode. Weight: 7 oz. (with battery) Size: 2.4" x 9.2" x 1"D
500 Mamaroneck Avenue, Harrison, NY 10528
Phone: (914) 835-4484
Fax: (914) 835-4532
Operating Your System
With the MX-980
Universal Remote Control
This remote control was Custom Programmed for you by:
For questions about your Custom Programming call:
Custom Programming of a complex home theater and/or a multiroom system is one of the most challenging tasks within an audio/video installation. It involves an intimate knowledge of how the components interact and exact details on the proper sequences of control. Only a Complete Control dealer has the requisite experience and training to quickly and effectively customize a remote control for true automated operation. Congratulations on your choice! MX-980 Owners Manual 2007 Universal Remote Control, Inc. Front Cover Photo courtesy of Stone Glidden, King of Prussia and Doylestown, PA www.stoneglidden.com
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. Complete Control is a registered trademark of Universal Remote Control, Inc. Entertainment Made 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.
Universal Remote Control, Inc. 500 Mamaroneck Avenue, Harrison, NY 10528 Phone: (914) 835-4484 Fax: (914) 835-4532
MX-980 OWNERS MANUAL
Table of Contents
Introduction Using the Color LCD & the Screen Buttons Optional RF No Rules Operation Connecting the Battery Pack Using the Charging Base Programming the MX-980 Selecting a New Activity Using the MX-980 to Control an Activity Displaying the Setup Screens Main Settings Menu Adjusting the Display Sound Volume System Settings Menu Information Menu Setting Time Specifications 13 15
Youve purchased a unique synthesis of hardware and software engineering, the Complete Control MX-980. The MX-980 achieves a magnificent combination of power and flexibility, simplifying and automating operation of even the most complex system. Automatic Backlighting The integral motion sensor detects any movement of the remote control and automatically backlights the screen. You do not have to press any button to display the screen. Any movement of the MX980 renews the backlighting. Integrated Sound Signaling The MX-980 incorporates a small speaker for beeps. Anytime you press a button, the MX-980 signals that it has understood your command with a beep sound.
Using the Color LCD and the Screen Buttons
The MX-980 is equipped with a bright easy to read LCD screen which your installer will customize for your system. The screen labels the eight hard buttons (easy to find by feel) positioned on either side of the screen. Normally, the screen is split so each button is allocated to a specific function (as shown on the right). This provides you with the ability to see and operate up to 8 functions on a single screen. However, your installer can combine two buttons to create a single row that can be accessed by either adjacent button. This simplifies operation for the entire family and enables convenient operation for both left and right-handed users for important functions you use frequently.
Optional RF No Rules Operation
In combination with an MSC-400 Master System Controller, or an RF Base Station, the MX-980 can control your system without being in line-of-sight of the equipment. The MSC-400 enhances the capabilities of the MX-980 by storing and issuing Smart Macros to your main system components. It is triggered by RF Smart Macro commands via RF (radio frequency). In addition, your MX-980 can control components in secondary rooms and systems via MRF-350 or MRF-260 RF base stations
1.The MX-980 sends radio waves in every direction, so you dont have to point the remote anymore!
2.The RFX-250 RF Sensor can be freely positioned for optimal reception.
3.The MSC-400 can control IR, RS232 and Relay controlled devices.
4. Self-adhesive Flashers affix to the Infrared sensors on the front panels of your components. Uniquely, all Complete Control base stations can also connect to components with rear panel IR Inputs via adjustable IR Line Outputs.The MSC-400 offers RS-232 control via rear panel connections as well.
Connecting the Battery Pack
Open the battery cover by depressing the release and pulling back the cover on the back of the control. Remove the cover.
Observe the three contacts for the battery at the bottom left of the battery compartment.
Observe the contacts on the battery
First, angle the battery so that the contacts connect to the contacts inside the battery compartment. Then let the base of the battery down. Apply gentle pressure against the spring action of the contacts to fit the battery into place. Now, replace the battery cover.
Using the Charging Base
Plug the 5V DC adapter into a power outlet and into the back of the charging base. Gently place the MX-980 into the cradle of the charging base. The Status light should immediately light. Red indicates that it is charging. Blue shows that it is fully charged. There is no harm in leaving the MX980 on its charging base whenever it is not in use. The Lithium Ion battery cannot be overcharged.
The MX-980 on its Charger.
Programming the MX-980
The MX-980 is programmed via a Windows PC equipped with a USB port (programming cable included), using our proprietary software, MX-980 Editor. You could download this software from our website: www.universalremote.com However, although some enthusiasts have learned to use the setup software, to fully automate an audio/video system the user must have a detailed knowledge of how the system is connected and operated. We highly recommend that you use a professional audio/video installer to program your MX-980 so you will be able to enjoy all the benefits of the MX-980 as well as one touch operation via macros.
Selecting a New Activity
The MX-980s WATCH and LISTEN buttons display the activities you can control with your MX-980. When you want to watch something else (a DVD movie, a videotape or an HDTV broadcast), simply press the WATCH button and select the new activity. When you want to listen to the radio or to a CD, touch the LISTEN button and select what you would like to listen to. Your installer will have programmed the button you pressed to totally configure your system to watch or listen to whatever you selected. Now, the screen will change, and all of the LCD buttons will be reconfigured to give you full control of your system while watching or listening to your selection!
When you press the LISTEN button, you can see the most frequently used activities you have for listening in your system.
Press either of the PAGE buttons to see any other available choices. You may have only one page or your system may have several pages of Listening Activities.
When you press the WATCH button, you can see the most frequently used activities you have for watching the sources in your system.
Press either of the PAGE buttons to see any other available choices. You may have only one page or your system may have several pages of Watching Activities.
Using the MX-980 to Control an Activity
Once youve selected a new activity, the MX-980 displays the title of the activity at the top of the screen. Below the title, the LCD displays the customized names of any special features you need for the activity. All the hard buttons of the MX-980 have now changed to functions optimized for this activity.
The Title displays the activity you have selected. Press either of the PAGE buttons to see any other available choices. You may have only one page or your system may have several pages of special features for this activity. The LCD button labels describe special features for this activity. When there are two functions, you press the corresponding button, when a single function is listed, you can press either the left or the right side button.
The Volume and Mute buttons always control the sound regardless of what screen is displayed.
The Channel buttons operate when the selected activity requires them.
The 4 way cursor buttons enable you to navigate on screen guides and menus with ease.
The transport buttons (Play, Stop, Skip-, Skip+ and Pause) operate when the selected activity requires them.
The number buttons operate when the selected activity requires them.
Displaying the Setup Screens
You can adjust the settings of the MX-980 whenever you like by pressing and holding both the WATCH and the ENTER button at the same time for three seconds.If you do not press any button on the SETUP screen within 30 seconds, the MX-980 will time out and automatically return to normal operation. You can return to normal operation before that by pressing either the WATCH or the LISTEN button.
At the same time, press and hold both the WATCH button and the ENTER button. When the SETUP screen appears, you can release the two buttons.
To adjust one of the settings, press either the left or the right hand button.
Main Settings Menu
DISPLAY- Press this setting button to adjust the screen and button backlighting. The longer your screen is lit, the more frequently youll need to charge the MX-980. SOUND - Adjust the volume of the sounds your MX-980 makes when you press buttons. SYSTEM - These settings are for service use. For diagnostic purposes, an installer can turn off the Pick Up sensor, display remaining battery charge and erase all programming permanently. Some of this menu may have been disabled by your installer as a safety measure. INFORMATION - Adjust the time, date or you can display the amount of memory available and the version number of the firmware loaded into your MX-980.
Adjusting the Display
BACKLIGHT - Specify how long the MX980 screen should stay lit after you press a button. You can select two different time out settings. One for when it is hand held, another for when it is in the charging base. BRIGHT - Adjust the brightness of the screen. BUTTON LIGHT - Turn the backlighting for all buttons on or off. When on, all the buttons backlight so that you can read their labels in total darkness.
Press this button to lower the volume.
Press this button to raise the volume.
Press this button to save any changes youve made and return to the Main Setting menu.
Press this button to cancel any changes youve made and return to the Main Setting menu.
System Settings Menu
POWER- Displays the current power remaining and enables you to set the level that triggers a warning when you are using the MX-980. PICKUP - The MX-980 normally turns itself on when its angle is changed. This can be disabled for diagnostic purposes. FACTORY DEFAULT - WARNING! This setting is for service use. Your installer can erase all programming permanently, before downloading your configuration back into the MX-980 via his/her PC. This button may have been disabled by your installer as a safety measure.
DATE- Press this button to set the date.
TIME - Press this button to set the time.
MEMORY - Press this button to display the amount of memory available. VERSION - Press this button to display the version of the MX-980 firmware.
Press this button to change from AM to PM. Press this button to turn daylight savings time on. Press this button to save any changes youve made and return to the Main Setting menu. Each time you press this button the hour will change. Each time you press this button the minute will change. Press this button to turn daylight savings time off.
Press this button to cancel any changes youve made and return to the Main Setting menu. Page 10
USA Limited Warranty Statement
Your Universal Remote Control, when delivered to you in new condition, is warranted against defects in materials or workmanship as follows: UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL, INC. warrants this product against defects in material or workmanship for a period of one (1) year and as set forth below. Universal Remote Control will, at its sole option, repair the product using new or comparable rebuilt parts, or exchange the product for a comparable new or rebuilt product. In the event of a defect, these are your exclusive remedies. This Limited Warranty covers only the hardware components packaged with the Product. It does not cover technical assistance for hardware or software usage and it does not cover any software products whether or not contained in the Product; any such software is provided "AS IS" unless expressly provided for in any enclosed software Limited Warranty. To obtain warranty service, you must deliver the product, freight prepaid, in its original packaging or packaging affording adequate protection to Universal Remote Control at the address provided in the Owner's Manual. It is your responsibility to backup any macro programming, artwork, software or other materials that may have been programmed into your unit. It is likely that such data, software, or other materials will be lost during service and Universal Remote Control will not be responsible for any such damage or loss. A dated purchase receipt, Bill of Sale, Installation Contract or other verifiable Proof of Purchase is required. For product support and other important information visit Universal Remote Control's website: http://www.UniversalRemote.com Or call the Universal Remote Control Customer Service Center (914) 835-4484. This Limited Warranty only covers product issues caused by defects in material or workmanship during ordinary consumer use. It does not cover product issues caused by any other reason, including but not limited to product issues due to commercial use, acts of God, third-party installation, misuse, limitations of technology, or modification of or to any part of the Universal Remote Control product. This Limited Warranty does not cover Universal Remote Control products sold as USED, AS IS, REFURBISHED, so-called "B STOCK" or consumables (such as batteries). This Limited Warranty is invalid if the factory-applied serial number has been altered or removed from the product. This Limited Warranty is valid only in the United States of America. This Limited Warranty specifically excludes products sold by unauthorized resellers.
Microprocessor: ARM9 32bit 202MHz LCD - 2.4 TFT (QVGA) 262,144 Colors Memory - 64 Megabytes of SDRAM & 34 Megabytes of Nand Flash Devices - Supports up to 255 Devices with text, less with heavy graphics usage Pages - Supports up to 255 Pages on each Device with text, less with heavy graphics usage Learning Capability - Standard frequencies (15kHz to 455kHz) Macro Capability - Up to 255 steps each, however nesting is allowed 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 Batteries: 1070mAh, 3.7 Volt Lithium Ion battery pack included Battery Life: 120 minutes continuous use, 6000 minutes in standby mode. Weight: 7 oz. (with battery) Size: 2.4 x 9.2 x 1
Information To The User
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Note : The manufacturer is not responsible for any Radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
500 Mamaroneck Avenue, Harrison, NY 10528 Phone: (914) 835-4484 Fax: (914) 835-4532
The MX-980 is a powerful wand-style custom control designed to advance the state of the art of Home Theater programming and integration. Its unique synergies automate and simplify operation of even the most complex home systems. Its many highlights include a big, bright color LCD display, an open programming architecture, Narrow Band RF capability, and seamless integration with other control devices. The MX-980 also integrates more strongly than other remotes with URC's breakthrough MSC-400 Master System Controller. The MSC-400 flawlessly harnesses the power of sophisticated home entertainment systems to provide installers with options and advantages not otherwise available. It offers triggered macros, RS-232 and relay control, video and voltage sensors, and many more features - taming system complexity, while delivering unmatched flexibility, automation power, installation speed, and diagnostic capabilities.
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