Previously limited to only the company's newer models and later manufacture dates, now all Complete Control RF remotes will work.
Posted by Daniel Tonks on September 30, 2008 at 6:14 PM
URC has just announced today that their new RF lighting control system
, developed in partnership with Lutron, can now be directly controlled by any of the company’s RF remotes, including old MX-3000 and MX-850 units. Previously, this capability had been announced only for the latest models such as the MX-6000, MX-980, MX-880, or only newer manufactured units of some other models including the MX-3000, MX-900 and MX-950.
There are three methods of programming URC remotes with these new RF commands:
- Download a prepared MXF file and drag-and-drop learned codes into any Complete Control computer-programmable RF remote.
- Use the built-in code database for newer computer programmable models including the MX-6000, MX-3000 Black, MX-980, MX-880, MX-810, MX-450 and KP-900, as well as MX-3000 and MX-900 units built after January 31 2008, and MX-950 units built after June 16, 2008.
- Teach standalone RF remotes, including the MX-350 and MX-650, from any other compatible remote set to broadcast the new codes as IR.
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