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Post 16 made on Monday December 16, 2002 at 12:06
RoboMonkey
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Oh ok,

so would it work or shouldn't I be asking that, and wait until 2nd quarter and no doubt pay twice as much
Post 17 made on Monday December 16, 2002 at 13:49
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Robo. the 3000 works at 418MHz . European X10 works at 433.92MHz not the same frequency.
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Post 18 made on Tuesday December 17, 2002 at 09:37
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"are there plans for a European equivalent, as per the previous Pronto models?"

- Yes, there will be an European version(RU950) coming soon.
Post 19 made on Tuesday December 17, 2002 at 10:04
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cool info alsuba, do you know when?
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Post 20 made on Tuesday December 17, 2002 at 10:10
alsuba
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Probably in 2nd quarter 2003.
Post 21 made on Tuesday December 17, 2002 at 10:16
Anthony
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alsuba: do you know when iprontoedit will be available? to be honest, I am more interested in the ipronto then the 3000. And will the iPronto be international?
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Post 22 made on Tuesday December 17, 2002 at 10:21
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I am not sure abt it.(Mid 2003!).
"And will the iPronto be international?"- If u have meant the US & UK editions, I do not know the answer. The initial version will be an US version (TSI6400).
Post 23 made on Tuesday December 17, 2002 at 10:34
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If u have meant the US & UK editions, I do not know the answer. The initial version will be an US version (TSI6400).

yes, just wondering if there would be a European version
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Post 24 made on Tuesday December 17, 2002 at 11:04
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I can't imagine that a European-based corporation such as Philips would not release it in their home market of over 300 million people...
OP | Post 25 made on Wednesday December 18, 2002 at 05:17
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On 12/17/02 11:04, David Harrison said...
I can't imagine that a European-based corporation
such as Philips would not release it in their
home market of over 300 million people...

Soon to be a few more.
To get Brexit through Teresa May fell on her sword - and missed.
Post 26 made on Sunday December 22, 2002 at 04:31
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I apologise for posing the question again, however I'm still not clear on one thing - Does the only difference between the US model TSU3000, and Euro/World model RU950 lie in it's RF emitting spec's? or would there be other differences too?

Legalities and Spectrum allocations aside, will the TSU3000 be able to controll IR and/or RF devices outside of the United states. One would presume the answer would be "Yes", but I have to be sure.

Many thanks for your help,
Tim.
Sydney, Australia
Post 27 made on Sunday December 22, 2002 at 11:43
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I apologise for posing the question again, however I'm still not clear on one thing - Does the only difference between the US model TSU3000, and Euro/World model RU950 lie in it's RF emitting spec's? or would there be other differences too?

Since the 3000 is not out and there are no specs on the 950, I don't think anyone knows. In general, they tend to be mostly the same

will the TSU3000 be able to controll IR and/or RF devices outside of the United states.

IR is yes, but I would assume RF is no. There is a guy that describes how to build an RFtoRF converter, minimally you would need something like that to recreate the right RF frequency

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