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MuxLab 500998 IR Emitter

B&H # MUIRE MFR # 500998
MuxLab 500998 IR Emitter

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Product Highlights

  • Support for IR Source Control
  • IR Control between AV Source and Display
  • Connects to Active Balun Transmitter
  • Supports NEC/RC5/RC6 Code
  • Grunding/RCA/Zenith/Sony 12-bit Code
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The MuxLab 500998 IR Emitter is designed to provide support for IR source control between an AV source and display. It is connected to an active balun transmitter, and when used in conjunction with an IR receiver, supports NEC code, RC5 code, RC6 code, Grunding code, RCA Code, Zenith code, and Sony 12-bit code IR data formats.

Designed to provide support for IR source control between an AV source and display
Connected to an active balun transmitter
Used in conjunction with an IR receiver
Supports NEC code, RC5 code, RC6 code, Grunding code, RCA Code, Zenith code, and Sony 12-bit code IR data formats
Environment Infra-red (IR) control
Devices TV Sets, STB, DVD, DVR, PVR, satellite receivers
Compatible With 500145, 500405, and 500406 P/Ns
Transmission Transparent to the user
IR Data Format Supported NEC code, RC5 code, RC6 code, Grundig code, RCA Code, Zenith code and Sony 12-bit code
Carrier Frequency 38 kHz
IR Wavelength 940nm
Connector 3.5mm (mono) plug
Temperature Operating: 32 to 104º F (0 to 40º C)
Storage: 14 to 158º F (-10 to 70º C)
Humidity: Up to 95% non-condensing
Enclosure Dark purple epoxy resin
Dimensions 0.79 x 0.95 x 0.51" (20 x 24 x 13 mm) with 71" (1.8m) cable
Weight 0.64oz (18g)
Regulatory RoHS
MuxLab 500998 IR Emitter
  • 2-year Warranty
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