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To assign a mode to the Channel Controls group, press a device key
once.Then the Menu Controls programming screen appears:
USING THE IR/RF BASE STATION
The OFA Kameleon 8-Device Remote with RF (URC-9964B00) comes with an
IR/RF Base Station which receives radio-frequency (RF) signals from the
OFA Kameleon 8 Device Remote with RF, anywhere in your home, up to 100
feet away. Once it is set up, the IR/RF Base Station will convert the RF signals
into Infrared (IR) signals to control your home theater devices.
NOTE: The OFA Kameleon 8-Device Remote with RF transmits both an IR and
an RF signal simultaneously. It is your option whether you want to install the
IR/RF Base Station for extended remote control range. If you choose to do so,
during testing do not aim the OFA Kameleon 8-Device Remote with RF at your
home entertainment devices to verify that RF transmission is working.
NOTE: The RF signal transmitted by the OFA Kameleon 8-Device Remote with
RF, only works with the IR/RF Command Center.
Find a location approximately 8 feet in front of your home theater
devices. It should provide (line-of-sight) access to your equipment and
a power outlet to plug in the IR/RF Base Station.
NOTE: If a device key is animated, it is
assigned to this function group. To
continue programming the Home
Theater mode, you must select a device
key, even if it is the same one that is
To assign a mode to the Menu Controls
group, press a device key once. Since
Home Theater programming is now
complete, the Program Keys appear
To exit programming, press HOME
once.The display returns to the last-
selected device menu screen
Using the IR/RF Base Station