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Episode® Electronics Tabletop Plasma/LED-Proof IR Sensor with LED Feedback

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You'll be hard-pressed to find another tabletop IR receiver that packs as big a punch. With advanced IR filtering for resistance to interference from plasma/LCD displays, AT&T U-verse support AND the smallest form factor on the market, the EE-IR-RCVR-TABLE is ready to take on your next IR installation challenge.

Episode® Electronics Tabletop Plasma/LED-Proof IR Sensor with LED Feedback

You'll be hard-pressed to find another tabletop IR receiver that packs as big a punch. With advanced IR filtering for resistance to interference from plasma/LCD displays, AT&T U-verse support AND the smallest form factor on the market, the EE-IR-RCVR-TABLE is ready to take on your next IR installation challenge.

Compact Size

As one of the smallest tabletop IR receivers on the market, you might think it easy to push around. Don't be fooled, though. This little guy is a heavyweight! It features a steel insert for added weight and a rubber pad for extra grip on the table or cabinet.

Presto Chango

Stuff happens. Like getting to the jobsite only to discover that your tabletop IR will no longer work. No need to stress! Just remove a single screw and presto chango – this tabletop IR receiver transforms into a surface mount. We even supply an adhesive strip inside just for this purpose.

Talkback LED

A talkback LED blinks when receiving IR or interference. It’s ideal when troubleshooting and is equally as valuable to the end-user as visual confirmation that the IR signal is being received.

Advanced IR Filtering Technology

In addition to blocking common interference from plasma and LCD displays, it is also resistant to sunlight, Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFL), Electro-Magnetic Interference (EMI), and Electrostatic Interference (ESI). Best of all, it has the "smarts" to do all this without impacting reception and performance.

Universal Acclaim

This sensor works with virtually all A/V components and remote controls – even AT&T U-verse! This is thanks to wideband IR capability (30-60kHz) and support of RCMM compressed codes.

Going the Distance

This Episode IR receiver features dual diodes for long-range reception up to 40 feet and off-axis response up to 30 degrees in any direction. NOTE: IR distance is dependent on remote strength and ambient noise conditions.

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EE-IR-RCVR-TT
3" x .86" x 1.42"
12V DC, 25 mA
Each
4' to 40' without speaker grille
2' to 28' with speaker grille
*Actual range depends on signal strength and ambient noise conditions.
30 kHz - 60 kHz
 
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IR Frequency
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General

  • Using your IR2X6 connecting block with 2 identical sources, I am having an issue with both devices responding. What can I do to fix this?
    If the two devices are close to each other (e.g. stacked in a cabinet) use the supplied IR emitter blocking covers to prevent IR "bleed" from one component to another.
  • Can I connect more than one IR receiver to the screw terminals of the IR1X4 or 2X6 connecting block?
    You can parallel up to 4 IR receivers to the screw terminals of the IR connecting block.
  • My LED display seems to be interfering with the operation of your IR-receivers. What can I do to alleviate this issue?
    You can relocate the receiver away from the power supply of the display (usually a source of high EMI). If possible, try locating the receiver behind the face of the display (e.g. the wall or the face of a shelf). IR will usually reflect into the receiver just as effectively as if it were exposed.
  • I'm getting constant feedback (solid lights) on the IR receiver and have intermittent signal transfer issues (i.e.. changing channels/volume) with the IR receiver extended over Cat-5. Is there anything I can do to remedy this?
    Yes. First, try moving the IR receiver to a different area on the TV. It is also recommended to use the supplied 470 ohm resistor on the connecting block, bridged across signal and ground terminals.
  • Setup & Installation

  • How do I extend the wiring for IR repeaters?

    It is often necessary to extend the wiring of IR repeater systems so that it reaches between the controlled equipment and the source of the IR signals. You can use almost any type of multi-conductor wire that has the right conductors (at least 24 AWG), but we recommend using Cat5e/6 because it is common, will have more than enough conductors, and may have already been installed where you need it on retrofit jobs.

    IR Receiver or flasher wiring may be extended up to about 150 feet using this method. To extend a flasher signal, use one pair from the cable, splice the flasher head on one side and the male mono mini jack on the other, making sure not to change the wiring pattern from end to end. Use a pair for each conductor (plus and minus) if signal is not reliable.

    To extend IR receiver wiring, use use the wiring diagram illustrated below. Be sure to splice the same conductors in the same order at both ends.

    Cat5e/6All 4 Striped ConductorsGround/CommonIR
    Receiver
    Solid Blue and Solid Green
    Twisted Together
    IR Signal
    Solid Brown and Solid Orange
    Twisted Together
    +12V DC

3-Year Limited Warranty

Episode® Electronics IR Products have a 3-Year Limited Warranty. This warranty includes parts and labor repairs on all components found to be defective in material or workmanship under normal conditions of use. This warranty shall not apply to products which have been abused, modified or disassembled. Products to be repaired under this warranty must be returned to SnapAV or a designated service center with prior notification and an assigned return authorization number (RA).

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