MX-880Z color LCD remote and supporting devices offer new ways to control your system.
Posted by Daniel Tonks on June 17, 2009 at 6:48 PM
Universal Remote Control has soft-launched three new ZigBee devices at InfoComm 2009, which officially opened today in Orlando, Florida.
The new models are the MX-880Z, a ZigBee-enabled version of the popular MX-880 color LCD remote, the MRZ-260 ZigBee RF basestation, plus the RFTX-1 which is designed to convert ZigBee commands into 418Mhz or 433Mhz narrow-band RF for use with other RF devices, such as URC's lighting control products.
Here's the information we have:
URC Complete Control MX-880Z
- Wand-style IR and ZigBee RF PC Programmable hard button with color LCD
- ZigBee RF prevents RF collision caused by simultaneous button press
- IR Routing and RF addressing with optional MRZ series ZigBee base station
- Control up to 48 devices with up to 8 pages each
- PC programmable—use variables to track power status, users, etc.
- Motion sensor detects movement and activates backlighting feature.
- MSRP: $539.95
- ZigBee RF to IR base station
- Addressable ZigBee RF Base Station with integrated antenna
- Four (4) independently routed IR outputs (two adjustable and two fixed)
- Combined with MX-880Z prevents RF collision caused by simultaneous button press
- Built-in front panel IR blaster
- Includes mounting bracket and power supply
- MSRP: $189.95
- Narrow Band transmitter for IP or ZigBee base stations
- Controls URC Lighting Control products
- Narrow Band RF transmitter for IP or ZigBee stations (such as MRZ-260)
- RF frequency select switch (418MHz or 433MHz)
- Power and interference (RFI) indictor LEDs
- Includes wall mount and 10' connecting cable
- MSRP: $39.95
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