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Orion Owners Manual Final.qxd
OPERATING YOUR SYSTEM WITH ORION
This remote control was Custom Programmed for you by:
Table of Contents
No More Pointing 1
For questions about your Custom Programming call:
Finding the MAIN Menu 2 Turn On the System 3 4
Custom Programming of a complex home theater and/or a multi-room 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 professional custom installation company has the requisite experience and training to quickly and effectively customize a remote control for true automated operation. Congratulations on your choice!
Using the MAIN Menu
Select a New ACTIVITY 4 Select a DEVICE Only Controlling the Volume Operating Any Device Using FAV - Favorites Backlighting 12 12
OPERATING YOUR SYSTEM WITH THE ORION 2004 Universal Remote Control, Inc. All rights reserved.
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. Home Theater Master 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.
Changing CONTRAST Batteries Cleaning the Screen Warranty Specifications
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No More Pointing!
The combination of the Orion with its companion MRF-250 base station will enable you to place your audio/video components out of sight behind closed doors and/or in another room of your house. The Orion sends radio signals to the MRF-250 through walls and closed doors (50-100 away, indoors or outdoors). The MRF-250 converts your commands to the infrared signals that control your A/V components.
1. The Orion remote control sends radio waves in every direction, so you dont have to point the remote anymore!
Finding the MAIN Menu
The MAIN Button always takes you to the MAIN Menu which may be named for the room the Orion controls.
The PAGE button switches between two MAIN Menu pages IF you have more than ten remote controls. When the top title bar says MAIN or the name of a Room, you are on the MAIN Menu.
2. Self-adhesive Flashers affixed to the front panels of components relay commands to components out of line-of-sight with the MRF-250.
The lower title bar displays PAGE 1 or PAGE 2 as you switch. Each of the remote controls the Orion replaces are represented by a button next to the corresponding screen label.
3. The built-in Front Blaster sends commands to components in the same cabinet space as the MRF-250.
Turn On Your Entire System
Power on/off your entire system with the MAIN Menu by following these steps: 1. Touch the MAIN button to make sure that you are on the MAIN Menu. It doesnt matter which page of the MAIN Menu is displayed.
The MAIN Menu enables you to either select a new Activity or simply select a new Device to control. When you select a new activity, the remote control will issue a MACRO (a timed sequence of many commands from many different remote controls). This MACRO was custom programmed for your system by your installer. It will issue all of the commands necessary to switch the sound and picture of your system. When you select a device, the remote control becomes the remote control you select WITHOUT affecting the home theater.
2. Touch the On or Off button as desired. Wait until all components are correctly powered on or off. Turning on the system may take ten to twenty seconds.
Select a New ACTIVITY
1. Touch the MAIN button to make sure that you are on the MAIN Menu. Touch the PAGE button if you dont see the activity you want.
3. If one component does not turn on/off, simply touch the button again.
TIP The remote control will not respond to a new button push while is still issuing commands. While busy, the indicator flashes at the top of the screen next to the screen title.
2. Touch the activity button next to the desired screen label. For example if you wish to watch a DVD movie, touch the DVD button.
Controlling the Volume
For your convenience, the VOLUME Up, VOLUME Down and the MUTE buttons will always control the surround sound system, regardless of what activity or device you are controlling. The MAIN Menu activity buttons issue MACROS that reset the sound and picture of your home theater to a new activity.
TIP The remote control is still issuing commands while the indicator flashes.
Operating any Device
If the sound or the picture still are not correct, repeat steps 1 and 2. You can see the name of the device at the top of the screen. If it is not the one you want, return to the MAIN Menu and select a new device or activity.
Select a DEVICE Only
1. Touch the MAIN button to make sure that you are on the MAIN Menu. Touch the Page button if you dont see the activity you want. 2. Press and hold the MAIN button. While holding the MAIN button down, touch the button next to the desired screen label. The remote control will now display the name of the selected device and all buttons will operate the device, however, the sound and the picture of your system have not been changed.
All of the printed label buttons on the remote operate just like the original remote control (with the exception of Volume Up, Volume Down and Mute which operate your surround sound system).
7 The Power ON and OFF buttons now operate only the selected device (to turn the entire system on/off, return to the MAIN Menu).
8 The thumbpad easily operates on screen menus with either the Left or Right hand. When you are operating a device with any kind of on-screen menu, guide or display, the thumbpad offers you easy one-handed control with your thumb.
The ten screen labeled buttons are now labeled with any commands that do not fit one of the buttons with printed labels.
To SELECT or say OK, simply press your thumb straight down. Youll feel the click as the OK/SELECT/ENTER command is sent.
Using FAV - Favorites
The favorites menu is created uniquely for you by your custom installer. The screen labeled buttons now issue timed sequences of commands that will reset your system with one touch. Typically, the favorites menu is programmed with one touch shortcut buttons that issue all of the necessary commands to change the channel of your satellite dish or television. Thus, instead of entering a two or three digit number (which you must remember) and the enter command, you simply select the favorite button labeled HBO, CNN, TNT etc. The Favorite menu can be programmed with any favorite activity. It is not limited to channel favorites. Your custom installer may invent a feature unique to
Up to 40 screen labeled buttons are available for each device. To view the additional buttons, press the PAGE button to display additional pages. The remote control can display up to four pages of screen labeled buttons for each activity or device! As you scroll through the pages, notice that the bottom title bar displays which page you are viewing (PAGE 1, PAGE 2, etc.).
9 your system. Discuss any non-channel favorite label with your installer, so that you understand how to use it. To use the FAVORITE Menu: 1. Press the FAV button. The top title bar will now display FAV.
Turn on the backlighting by pressing the LIGHT button on the right side of the the remote control. The backlighting will stay on briefly, then turn off automatically. If you wish to turn it off without waiting, simply tap the LIGHT button again.
Use the FAV button and the PAGE button to navigate through your various pages of FAVORITES. The FAV button scrolls up from Page 1 to Page 5, using the PAGE button scrolls down from Page 5 to Page 1. As you select a new page, the bottom title bar will display the page number (page 1, page 2, etc.)
* Note that your battery life is reduced by how often you use the backlighting.
Press and Hold BOTH the MAIN and the UP thumbpad button at the same time to make the screen DARKER.
To EXIT Fav and return to the last activity/device selected, press the MAIN button ONCE. To EXIT Fav and go to the MAIN Menu, press the MAIN button twice.
Press and Hold BOTH the MAIN and the DOWN thumbpad button at the same time to make it LIGHTER.
If the batteries are running low, the screen will display a warning at the bottom of the screen whenever you press the Power ON button. You may also experience a slight drop in the operating distance of either the Orion remote control when the batteries are running low. Please replace all of the batteries with fresh, new AAA batteries. Do not mix old and new batteries. The Orion will retain all programming even if the batteries are removed for an extended period.
The Orion is covered against any manufacturers defects or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase if purchased from an authorized Home Theater Master dealer. Units purchased from online auction sites or other unauthorized resellers have no warranty. This warranty does not cover the following items: -Batteries, or damage to the remote from faulty batteries. -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.
Cleaning The Screen
Do not use abrasives or liquid cleaning solutions! Use a dry soft lint-free cloth to clean the screen. Be careful not to use excessive force. The screen is glass and is easily breakable.
Range: 50 to 100 feet, depending upon the structure of your house and the amount of interference present Weight: 8 oz. (with batteries) Size: 9.0 x 3.0 x 1.3 Batteries: Four AAA Alkaline batteries included LCD Size: 1.4 x 2.1 RF Frequency: 418MHz
MRF-300/RFX150 INSTALLATION MANUAL
Multi-Zone RF Base Station for the MX-3000, the AuroraTM , TM TM TM the Aeros , the Omega and the Osiris remote controls.
MRF-300 Installation Manual 2005 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. Complete Control, Aurora, Aeros, Omega and Osiris are registered trademarks of Universal Remote Control, Inc. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies or organizations.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction Features and Benefits Parts Guide Installation Front Blaster Overload Disabling the Front Blaster - Step by Step Controlling An Array of Identical Components or Zones Identical Components/Zones - Step by Step Programming For Multiple Equipment Locations Frequently Asked Questions Warranty Specifications
MRF-300 BASE STATION
The MRF-300 base station is an addressable base station. It is only compatible with Universal Remote Controls line of Custom Programmed Remotes with RF Addressing such as the MX-3000, the MX-950 Aurora, the MX-850 Aeros, the MX-800, MX-650 Omega and the MX-350 Osiris. RF Addressing gives you the ability to control as many as 90 identical components throughout a house.
1. URC Addressable remote controls send radio waves in every direction, so you dont have to point the remote anymore!
2.The RFX-150 RF Sensor can be freely positioned out of way of the interference the A/V components create, connecting to the MRF-300 via a 10 cable (which can be extended). 3.The MRF-300s built-in Front Blaster sends commands to components in the same cabinet space as the MRF-300.
4. Self-adhesive Flashers affix to the Infrared sensors on the front panels of your components. The Flashers relay commands to components out of sight of the MRF300s Front Blaster. The flashers plug in to the MRF-300s rear flasher line outputs via their 10 foot cables. Uniquely, the MRF-300 can also connect to rear panel IR Inputs via its adjustable IR Line Outputs.
Features and Benefits
Interference Rejection and Adjustable RF Range via RFX-150 The MRF-300 receives RF (radio frequency) signals via the RFX-150 RF Sensor. The RFX-150 displays RF interference via a bright RED LED, which flickers when interference is present. Simply relocate the RFX-150 out of the interference or reduce the range to eliminate interference via the RF Range adjust screw. Expand Range by Adding RFX-150 RF Sensors in Remote Areas The MRF-300 can power up to three RFX-150 RF Sensors connected in parallel to the RF Input connector. Variable IR Output Matches Rear Panel IR Inputs The MRF-300 is equipped with adjustable IR line outputs, each output can be individually matched to rear panel IR inputs on any component that is designed to be operated by a standard IR repeater.The outputs utilize a 3.5mm jack. Up To Fifteen Equipment Locations With Identical Components Each URC MX series addressable remote control can be programmed to specifically control components in a particular room, by installing a base station at each location. In operation its simple: when you select a device located in the Den, the MX series remote only sends commands to the Den. When you select a device located in the Family Room, the MX-3000 only sends commands to it. A Single MRF-300 Can Control an Array of Identical Components or Identical Zones of a Multi Zone Preamp/Matrix Switcher Each MRF-300 has six addressable IR Line Outputs. For example, you can control up to six identical TVs with one MRF-300 or route volume commands for a specific zone to a particular zone IR input on a multi-zone preamp. If you have more than six identical components or zones, up to 15 additional MRF-300s can be installed to control them (thus allowing up to 90 identical components or zones in one house). IR Input for Keypads or IR Repeater Systems The MRF-300s rear panel IR input will relay IR Data from IR repeaters or MultiZone Keypads to all IR line outputs (does not support IR routing).The 5V, 100 milliamp output will directly power some brands and models of keypad directly.
The MRF-300 RF Base Station includes:
1 - RFX-150 RF Sensor with integrated antenna 1 - MRF-300 Base Station 1 - Mounting Plate for wall mounting the MRF-- Screws for wall mounting the mounting plate 1 - 9V-300mA Power Supply 6 - Visible Flashers with 10 foot plug in cables. 1 - 10 cable with Tinned leads to 3.5 mono mini plug (connects RFX to MRF) 1 - 10 cable with 3.5 to 3.5 (connects MRF to MRF for expansion) 1 - RF Adjustment Tool (Screwdriver for RFX-150 adjustment) Page 2
Step 1 - Set the RF ID # rotary switch on the bottom of the MRF-300 to a VALID ID# (any address other than ID# 0). If you leave it set to ID# 0, the MRF-300 operates with some restrictions: a. Accepts RF signals from any 418MHZ remote control regardless of the address set when programming the remote control. b. Front Blaster will be OFF and all IR line outputs are set to ALL).
Slide off the mounting plate to reveal the RF ID# rotary switch. Use a small flat blade screwdriver to set the RF ID# to the address you used when programming the remote control (1-9 or A-F are valid addresses, while 0 is not a valid address).
Step 2 - Mount or place the MRF-300 conveniently and run flashers to each components front panel sensor or connect the Line Out to a components rear panel IR Input.
Copper colored conductor is GROUND (Sleeve of the Plug). Silver colored conductor is IR DATA (Tip of the Plug).
When connecting to a components rear panel IR Input, cut the flasher off of the wire, strip the two conductors and connect to the rear panel IR Input.The MRF-300 is only compatible with standard IR Inputs, not proprietary control systems such as Control S.
Daisy Chain Multiple MRF-300s to One RFX-150 RF Sensor
Use the cable with 3.5mm Stereo Mini plugs on both ends to daisy chain as many MRF-300s as you need. Simply connect the RF OUT of the first to the RF IN of the next and so on down the line. By daisy chaining MRF-300s, you can easily control up to 90 identical components.
RF OUT of the RFX-150 to the RF IN of the MRF-300.
RF OUT of the first MRF-300 to the RF IN of the next MRF-300.
Step 3 - Connect the RFX-150 to the RF IN, but DO NOT MOUNT IT!
When connecting a single RFX-150 to the MRF300 utilize the cable with 3.5 mm plugs on both ends. When you need a longer wire or are connecting up to three RFX-150s, use the cable with a plug on one end and tinned ends. These can be extended as much as 200, then connected to the green removable screw connector (which plugs into the alternate RF IN). The RED connects to 5V, the WHITE to DATA and the BLACK connects to GROUND.
Plug the 3.5mm plug into the RFX-150s RF OUT jack. Connect the other end of the cable to one of the two RF IN on the MRF-300,
Step 4 - Connect the Power Supply to the MRF-300.
The POWER LEDs on both the RFX-150 and the MRF-300 should light up when the Power Supply is connected.
Step 5 - Power on the entire Audio/Video System Test for RF Interference The RF LED lights when any RF signal is detected. If the RF LED flickers WITHOUT pressing a button on the remote control, you are receiving RF Interference and you must move the RFX-150 to another location.You can extend the wire up to 200 using standard CAT 5 cable. Place the RFX150 in another room or crawlspace to avoid interference. If you are restricted to a very small range of mounting locations and the LED flickers, reduce the range via the RF Range attenuator screw on the RFX-150. Step 6 - Mount the RFX-150 and adjust for Optimum Range Have someone press buttons on the remote control from the farthest distant operating position and adjust RF range screw and the angle of the RF-150 receiving antenna until the RF LED lights with every button push. If the desired range cannot be reliably maintained, you can opt to extend range by adding another RFX-150 RF Sensor in a location closer to the area where reception is unreliable. Each RFX-150 can provide coverage of 50 to 100 feet in normal conditions. Up to three RFX-150 Sensors can be connected.
Each RFX-150 can be connected via up to 200 feet of standard CAT 5 cable to the MRF-300.
Step 7 - Test RF Address Test that pressing a button on the remote control lights the STATUS LED of the MRF-300.The STATUS LED only lights when the correct RF address is received. Step 8 - Adjust IR Line Output Levels Adjust each of the IR Line Output levels for best operation.
NOTE: TiVo, Replay TV, Satellite Receivers and Cable Boxes are all extremely sensitive to IR overload or saturation. Put up the on screen guide and test the navigation arrows. If operation is inconsistent or sluggish, LOWER the IR line output. If you still have sluggish operation, check that the remote control is set to a particular LINE OUT, rather than ALL.When IR commands are sent to all the flashers in a cabinet, you can have difficulty adjusting the IR Output. Reprogram the remote control to send IR commands only via a specific (1-6) Line Output, then readjust the IR Line Output level.
Front Blaster Overload
A few models of audio/video components can be OVERLOADED by the Front Blaster. If you are having intermittent or inconsistent results with a particular component, try repositioning the MRF-300 and facing the Front Blaster in a different direction. If this improves the situation but is impractical, it may be necessary to utilize the self-adhesive flashers only and follow the steps below to Disable the Front Blaster. This will limit the number of components your MRF-300 can control to six. If you have more than six components you can purchase an additional MRF-300.
Disabling the Front Blaster - Step by Step via PC
Note: If you are programming a URC MX addressable remote control that sets up without a PC, refer to the owners manual to disable the Front Blaster. Open the PC software, then plug the MX PC programmable remote control into the PC. Open your saved configuration and follow these steps to turn off the front blaster: Step 1 - Open the RF Setup Window The RF Setup window opens after selecting RF Control from the Program Menu.
Step 2 - Setup the Receiver Extend the RF Setup window by clicking on the Receivers button.
Step 3 - Turn off the Front Blaster Click on the cell in the IR LED OUTPUT/IR BLASTER column. A list box will appear. Select OFF from the list. Next, click on OK to apply your change. SAVE your changes using File|Save and DOWNLOAD to the remote control.
Controlling An Array of Identical Components or Zones
There are several considerations to take into account when you are installing an MRF-300 to control an array of identical components: 1.The RF ID# cannot be set to Code 0, the universal setting.You must use one of the fifteen unique IR Routing addresses. 2. Each identical component must receive IR commands ONLY from a dedicated Flasher affixed to its front panel or a rear panel direct IR input. The SIGNAL of the remote should be set to RF ONLY for each identical component. IR can still be utilized for other devices in your system! 3. You must note the NUMBER of the Flasher Output you have utilized for EACH of the identical components. 4. When you use a wired connection to a components rear panel IR input, you must cut off the LED emitter, strip the two conductors, connect the copper conductor to the DATA input and the silver colored conductor to the GROUND connector of the components rear panel IR input. Then adjust the line output of the MRF-300 for the best performance if needed.
Identical Components/Zones - Step by Step via PC
Note: If you are programming a URC MX addressable remote control that sets up without a PC, refer to the owners manual for setup of identical components. Step 1 - Create a Device for Each Component/Zone in the MX Editor Software. In this example, six identical TVs are utilized in a Media Room array.The programmer has created devices for all of the equipment in the cabinet on Main Page 1. On Main Page 2, he/she has created a device for each of the TVs. Step 2 - Program One Device With IR commands. Using either the IR Database or Learning, program one of the identical devices to operate one of TVs (leave the others powered off right now).Test all commands, correct if necessary, then click on SAVE from the FILE menu.
Step 3 - Copy The Programmed Device In tree view, right click on the device you programmed. From the context menu that appears, select COPY.
Step 4 - Paste The Programmed Device In tree view, right click on the first device that is NOT PROGRAMMED. From the context menu that appears, select PASTE. Repeat this PASTE on all of the other identical device. Save your work. Step 5 - Open the RF Setup Window The RF Setup window opens after selecting RF Control from the Program Menu.
The RF Setup window is composed of a spread sheet of options for EACH of your devices. By looking at the Signal column, you can see that the factory default programming sets all of the devices to send both IR and RF commands. If you look at the column for Flashers, you can see that the default sends IR commands for all devices to ALL of the flashers. Both options must be changed for identical components. Additionally, if you are not using it, you may wish to disable the Front Blaster (see page 7 for directions).
Step 6 - Adjust the Signal For Each of the Identical Devices The RF Setup window enables you to adjust the Signal output for each device individually, by clicking on the intersection of a row and a column and then selecting RF from the three options shown in the pull down list box.
Click on the cell for the first identical TV, by crossing the device row with the Signals column. TV1 Device Row
Select RF from the three options shown for EACH of the identical TVs.You may leave the other components of the system set to IR & RF. Step 7 - Adjust the Flashers For Each of the Identical Devices The RF Setup window enables you to adjust which Flashers output by the remote control for each device individually, by clicking on the intersection of a row and a column and then selecting 1-6 from the seven options shown in the pull down list box. Flasher Column Click on the cell for the first identical TV, by crossing the device row with the Flashers column. TV1 Device Row
Select the correct Flasher (refer to your connection notes) for EACH of the identical TVs.You may leave the other components of the system set to ALL. Step 8 - Apply, Save, Download and Test First click on the OK button of the RF Setup window. Next, Save your work. Finally, download to your remote. When you select TV1 with your remote, commands are only sent to it. Likewise for the rest of your identical TVs!
Programming For Multiple Equipment Locations
You can operate up to 15 different equipment locations, each with an MRF300 assigned a unique Receiver ID#. You program each of your remotes to talk to the equipment locations you want by assigning each of your devices to a receiver. First, you must add and name your receivers for the locations they are placed in: Step 1 - Open the RF Setup Window in MX Editor The RF Setup window opens after selecting RF Control from the Program Menu. Step 2 - Reveal the Receiver settings Extend the RF Setup window by clicking on the Receivers button of the RF setup window. Step 3 - Add, Name and Assign Receiver ID# Using the controls at the bottom extended portion of the RF Control window, add new receivers and rename them for the
Add new receivers by clicking on the Add button.
Delete receivers by selecting them first by clicking on their Name, then clicking the Delete button. Assign the correct Receiver ID# for each LOCATION by clicking on the desired CELL and selecting the ID# you want from the pull down list. Each LOCATION should have a unique ID#. It is ok to install multiple MRF-300s in one location. You may rename the Default receiver to something more descriptive by clicking on the Rename button.
Step 4 - Save and Download to your remote.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I use flasher/emitters that I have already installed in the system to connect to the MRF-300?
Yes, the flashers are compatible if they use 3.5mm mono mini plugs with the same polarity (Tip is data, sleeve is ground).
I am getting inconsistent operation regardless of flasher level or position.
Some components are easily overloaded with IR from nearby flashers. Prevent IR from affecting the problem component from other flashers or the front panel blaster by setting the device to a specific IR Line Output instead of ALL, then adjust the Line Output.
I have a row of identical TVs. Ive correctly set the flasher outputs using the Editor software, yet when I send a command to one of them, the TV next to the selected TV also responds. How do I stop this?
First, check the RF ID#, if the RF ID# is set to 0, IR routing does NOT work.The RF ID# from 1-9 or A-F must be set on both the remote control and the bottom of the MRF-300. Second, check that an opaque material like electrical tape is used to cover the flasher and the front panel sensor of each of the TVs. Sometimes several layers are necessary.
How can I increase the range of the remote control?
Often, you can increase range by adjusting the range screw and/or repositioning the RFX-150. If you still cant get the range you need, consider installing additional
RFX-150 RF Sensors in the areas with poor range by concealing wire runs to nearby attic or crawl space locations.
The MRF-300 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.
Power Supply: 9V 300mA IR Flasher Line Outputs: 3.5mm Mono Mini Jack RF Frequency: 418MHz Size: 8 x 3.5 x 1.25
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