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The Pro2 IRE12 transmitter takes the standard IR signal from your existing remote controls and converts it to the more powerful and reliable RF frequency. The wireless receiver then converts those RF signals back to IR and allows you to control your equipment behind cabinets, even in another room!

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  • IR Remote control Extender via UHF
  • Control any audio/video equipement through walls
  • Carrier Frequency: 433.92MHz
  • Maximum range: 50m line-of-sight
  • Supports multiple IR Transmitter units: IRE12SPT
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  • 1x Transmitter
  • 1x Receiver
  • 2x 9V power supply
  • 3-way IR beamer
  • User manual
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Transmitter Unit IR Frequency Input 35~41kHz
IR Receiving Range = 8m
UHF Carrier Frequency


Power Requirements 9VDC / 600mA
Receiver Unit UHF Carrier Frequency


IR Frequency Output 37 ± 1kHz
IR Emitter Range = 3m
Power Requirements 9VDC / 600mA
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manualDownload the Pro2 IRE12 User Manual (PDF file)

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What does it mean when the red LED on the front of theIRE12 Transmitter flashes?
The LED remains constant but flashes when receiving a RF signal from receiver only.
What does it mean when the red LED on the front of theIRE12 Receiver flashes?
The LED only flashes when receiving an IR signal from the remote.
The Led on the IRE12 Receiver keeps flashing by itselfand seems unresponsive, what's wrong?
You're probably having IR interference in the room. Make sure the Receiver is not pointed at a computer LCD screen, fluorescent lamps, plasma TV as they might be producing IR emissions.
Does IRE12 works with Foxtel IQ 4k?
It works, but if not, you may need to use RLACC160 to cover the IR emitter to avoid the interference on the foxtel IQ4. It is located about 3cm on the left of the Bluetooth logo.
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