Universal Remote Control MX 900
Released June, 2006
The Pros:6 month memory if batteries die.
The Cons:Universal Remote Control no longer offers the programming software to the end user. No recharging station. Heavy.
The Universal Remote MX-900 is a universal remote that can either be used with ‘line of site’ control (IR commands), or via RF controls (extension base station required). If used with a base station such as the MRF-350, MRF-300, or MRF-250 RF, the MX-900 can control components (e.
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g. DVD players, televisions) without having to be pointed directly at the device. By itself, the MX-900 offers enough memory to handle 40 devices, with 40 pages per device. And the MX-900 can be further programmed with 255 steps per macro. The Universal Remote MX-900 retails for $429.95 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- Universal Remote
- Base Station Compatibility
- 40 Devices w/40 Pages
- 255 Steps per Macro
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
- Size: 8 " x 2.25" x 1.25" (L x W x H)
- Weight: 14oz (with batteries)
- Learning Capabilities: Up to 255 steps each, however nesting is allowed
- Macro Capabilities: Standard frequencies (15kHz to 460kHz)
- RF Freq: 418 or 433 MHZ (Narrow Band)
- Range: RF - Up to 100 feet when used with MRF-250 or MRF-300 RF Base stations
- Range: IR (line of sight) - Up to 50 feet, depending upon environment
- Power Supply: Four (4) AAA batteries (included)
User Reviews (3)
6 month memory if batteries die
Universal Remote Control no longer offers the programming software to the end user
RF base station has to be purchased seperately
Programming is difficult and time consuming
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