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The RF Control Window
If the RF Control Window is closed, reopen it by clicking on the
shortcut button on the toolbar or selecting RF
control from the Program Menu (Step 9). If your program menu does not include this step, you need to download
and install MXEditor for the MX 800 available from
.You can have both versions installed
on your computer.
Using the basic RF Control Window you can modify the RF properties of an MX 800 as follows:
11 SSiiggnnaall from the Remote can be set to IR only, RF only or both IR and RF. The factory default is set to
both IR & RF.
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Reecceeiivveerr If you have multiple MRF 200's in the system, you can select which receiver a device will be
connected to.The factory default is set to Default.
33 FFllaasshheerrss You can choose which of the emitter ports a device is connected to.This is only useful when
your system includes some identical components using the same IR code set. If you are installing a typical
system with an assortment of unique components using different IR codes, you should leave the Flashers
set to the factory default selection of ALL.
Set each device's basic RF properties by clicking on the
row and column you want.When you do, a combo box will
display the choices available. Click on the option you want:
By clicking on the RECEIVERS button in the bottom left corner, you can extend the RF control window to display set
tings for the MRF 200s in your system. In the extended window you have the following options:
onn If you have more than one MRF 200 base station, add and give each new receiver a unique
name in the window that appears.
onn Before using the Rename button, you must click and select a receiver in the column
under Name, then click on the Rename button.
D To prevent all receivers from receiving RF commands, you may opt to set a unique ID# to
each.This is only useful when identical components are installed in different locations. If your system has
an asssortment of unique components using different IR code sets, you may leave the receiver ID # set to
the factory default of ID 1.
Bllaasstteerr Each receiver has a built in IR blaster, useful when you have more than six components to be con
trolled. If you don't have any use for this, turn it off, since it may issue too much IR for nearby components.