A remote! Control! For controllify-ing all your remotes! Now this remote could be used as the classic universal type remote but hey what fun it that?!?! Use this remote to control Robots, scorpions, and other ThingMs....er...things! Well maybe not scorpions but snakes for sure!
Have you wished you could control a Robot at the press a button? Multiple buttons? From the comfort of your very own hands? NOW YOU CAN! WITH THIS FANCY SYSTEM 6-in-1 UNIVERSAL REMOTE!
But what does this remote have 6-in-1 of? It has the ability to control 6 different entertainment devices: TV, SAT, DVD, VCR, DVR, & CBL
This remote will communicate in many different protocols so it can be used in many different infrared control applications.
When the remote is programmed in a NEC protocol you can always use the Infrared Remote Decoder to translate specific NEC commands from each of the buttons.
If you are using Manchester Protocol (RC-5) you can actually use the Scribbler 2 robot with the provided .spin code (under the Scribbler S2 Resources) to translate out the button codes.
To program the SYSTEM Universal Remote to a Phillips/Magnavox (RC-5) remote code in order for it to work with the Scribbler S2 just press and hold the SET button for 4 seconds until the LED becomes solid, then hit CBL, 2, 0, 4, 8 and the LED should blink 4 times to let you know it's been programmed.
To program the SYSTEM Universal Remote to a Sony remote code in order for it to work with the FreeM just press and hold the SET button for 4 seconds until the LED becomes solid, then hit TV, 0, 0, 0, 1 and the LED should blink 4 times to let you know it's been programmed.
|Dimensions||18.5 × 5 × 2.25 cm|
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Warning: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Please visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov for more information. This item was manufactured prior to August 31, 2018.