Wireless Dual Band IR Remote Control Extender up to 328ft
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    Wireless Dual Band IR Remote Control Extender up to 328ft

    So you've got your stereo system speakers installed on your back porch and you can enjoy your music, but you can't change the volume without running back into the house and physically adjusting the volume control on your receiver, and you don't want to install a wall-plate volume control. What can you do? Why get this IR Remote Control Extender from Monoprice, of course!

    This wireless IR extender converts the IR signal into an RF signal at 433.92 MHz, for transmission to the receiver unit, up to 100 meters away, through walls, doors, ceilings, and floors, or whatever. At the receiving end, an IR cable with three bulbs repeats the IR signal from your remote to up to three individual components, so you can use it up for your receiver, DVD player, and satellite receiver, for example. The extender operates in the IR range from 30 ~ 60 KHz, allowing it to process the newer Dual Band IR signals.

    Note that the IR transmitter bulb cord connects to the receiver with a 2.5mm "mono" plug and has cord lengths of 39", 58", and 78". If you wish to extend this to a longer distance, you can use our 3 ft 2.5mm audio extension cable. However, if you need to extend it further, you can use a 3.5mm stereo audio extension cable. With the 3.5mm cable you will also need a 2.5mm to 3.5mm adapter at one end and a 3.5mm to 2.5mm adapter at the other end.



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    Specifications
    Transmission Frequency 433.92 MHz ±1 MHz
    Modulation Type FSK (Frequency Shifted Keying)
    Transmission Power (EIRP) 10 dBm
    Frequency Accuracy 100 PPM
    IR Frequency 30 ~ 60 KHz
    Input Sensitivity -85 dBm (min)
    Maximum Transmission Range 100 meters (clear line of sight)
    IR Sensing Angle ±15°
    IR Sensing Range 0.3m ~ 5.0m
    AC Adapter Input Power 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 150mA
    Extender Input Power 12 VDC, 250mA
    Power Consumption (each) 3 watts
    Dimensions (each) 4" long by 2 1/2" wide by 1 5/16" high
    Antenna Length 2 1/4" to 6 5/8"


    Included in the Box:
    • 1x IR Extender Transmitter
    • 1x IR Extender Receiver
    • 2x AC adapter with 74" cord
    • 1x IR transmitter cable with 3 IR "bulbs" and 39", 58", and 78" cords (2.5mm "mono" plug)
    • 1x Owner's manual
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    Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 6 answers
    Has anyone used a single transmitter with multiple repeater for devices in multiple locations? IE: 1 TX to 6 RX
    New User U on Dec 20, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: I have three transmitters and three receivers in three different locations operating three sets of equipment.
    I can operate any of the receivers from any of the transmitters.
    Yes a single transmitter will operate all three receivers in three different locations.
    Will this work for Apple TV remotes?
    A shopper on Dec 9, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: This unit is pretty much brand or code neutral. So long as the IR repeater, at the RF receiver end, lights up the intended target...it should work fine. It is an IR receiver, RF sender, RF receiver and finally an IR repeater.
    Unfortunately, I had to return mine because the RF receiver, IR sender could not reach the target device.
    I have a commercial customer with 6 cable boxes in a rack. I want to put on of these at each TV location and one receiver/emitter for each cable box. If I point a remote at one of the transmitters, will every receiver react or are there different radio frequencies?
    Mark M on Mar 2, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. If you are using multiple transmitters next to each other, they will each pick up the IR signal from the remote control and transmit it to the Receivers. With the 6 cable boxes being the same and depending on the IR emitters position in the rack, it could cause them all to pick up the signal. Perhaps placing the emitter over the IR window on the cable boxes will help.
    3.2 / 5.0
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    Works but Very Slow
    The antennas are about 6 feet apart in between an interior wall (hollow). I have to hold my remote in for 3-5 seconds for EACH button for this to pick up anything. When I want to enter a channel number I have to press each button for 3-5 seconds, and after spending 20 seconds typing in the numbers, often times this does not pick them all up and transmit them correctly. Example - if I want to type 1-3-5-5, more often than not, this takes me to some combination of 3-5-5 or 1-3 or 1 or 3-5. I bought this to replace the other monoprice IR extender kit that is not functional with dual band IR cable boxes, however, this is incredibly frustrating. When will monoprice have a wired dual band extender?

    PROS: Wireless, easy to set up and anyone can follow the directions. Works with dual band cable boxes (Time Warner HDC8300).

    CONS: Slow
    Does not pick up every command
    Frustrating
    August 28, 2012
    Plug polarity!
    After further experimenting, the direction that the plug goes into the wall matters. I have tried this many times now, and this is definitely making a difference. Tech support may want to verify this, but here in my house I can get the transmitter to fail every time just by plugging the power supply in upside down.
    December 28, 2012
    FIOS not working
    I've tried everything I can to get this to work with my FIOS DVR. No go.
    The repeater works on every other piece of equipment, but not the FIOS box. I've tried multiple remotes, still no go.

    PROS: Great except no FIOS support

    CONS: Doesn't seem to be compatible with my moto Verizon FIOS DVR.
    December 5, 2012
    Does the job
    AFter seeing a lot of poor reviews I was skeptical this would work but decided to give it a shot. To my delight it actually works very well. I have a LCD TV mounted on a wall in the garage with a receiver located across the garage in another corner that drives speakers mounted in the ceiling. I wired the digital audio output over to the receiver to listen to the TV audio through the speakers. It was a pain pointing the remote over my shoulder to change the volume across the room. This extender worked great. Now I can point the remote in the direction of the TV and let the extender transmit the signal across the room and control the receiver. The distance is about 20 ft between the extender transmit and receiver. The distance from the remote control to the extender transmitter is about 10ft. Everything work flawlessly, no delay whatsoever. I'm very happy with this and would recommend it to a friend.

    PROS: Works as described.

    CONS: None yet.
    June 15, 2016
    Wireless IR Repeater / Extender
    I have been using varieties of these IR extenders for 30 years. I read and followed the instructions. This unit does not work for a FIOS Motorola QIP 7232 2 Cable Box. I did not have any other devices I needed to extend, so I don't know if it doesn't work at all, or if it just doesn't work on that box. I just know it didn't work for me at all, no matter how close or far away I positioned the repeaters. I know the receiver and transmitter were powered since they both got warm. It would be helpful if there were some visible lights in the devices. I am requesting a full refund since it did not work at all.
    November 28, 2015
    GREAT, Simple-to-use Product
    This infrared remote (IR) control extender solved my problem with wanting my system in a cabinet where IR signals could not reach. I highly recommend.

    PROS: Easy to use and it works

    CONS: none
    May 17, 2016
    Works as expected
    We got this so that we could move our Directv receiver, dvd player, and audio receiver (basically all the mess) to the basement. There's not a lot to say other than it works as I would expect and can control all of these devices.

    Some things to keep in mind:

    1. Extend the antennas on each unit (easy to forget to do)
    2. On the IR transmitter side, keep in mind that each device has a certain field of operation (typically +/- 15º up/down/left/right from IR sensor).
    3. Also remember that each device has a min. operating distance on the IR and not just a max range. I would say at least 12" - closer was unreliable.

    PROS: Works as advertised

    CONS: None
    September 19, 2012
    It's a good one
    Charter cable box is in great room, in a closed cabinet. Since Charter converted to "all digital" and a converter box is necessary for each TV, I now use the great room converter box RF output to feed my kitchen TV. The HDMI output feeds the Great Room projector. When watching the kitchen TV we now use the Great Room Charter remote. to key the RF transmitter sitting beside the kitchen TV. The RF receiver/IR emitter sits in the cabinet with the Charter cable box, and the IR signals bounce off the closed door to control the Charter box. It works fine.

    PROS: Plugged in both units, it worked. Couldn't be easier.

    CONS: None
    October 23, 2014
    Works OK
    I was happy to get the order quickly. The instructions are pretty sketchy. It seems to work OK once you get it set up other than transmitting extra commands per my comments in the "cons"

    PROS: low cost

    CONS: Seems to duplicate commands. If you press 411 you may get 4111.
    February 16, 2015
    Works, just not with Motorola DVRs
    The device worked just fine from the far bedroom in my apartment for everything I tried, except for my Motorola DVR from Time Warner. I tried everything, from positioning the device near and far, taping one of the IR extenders directly to the IR receiver hole on the cable box. After searching on Google, I am convinced that Motorola has made these newer DVRs incompatible with products like this. This is of course not the manufacturers fault, but I took off a point because this is not listed in the product's description or manual.

    PROS: Works with all my other devices from my the other side of the apartment, no problem.

    CONS: Did not work with my Motorola DVR.
    December 2, 2013

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