When you switch from one page to another, the first page slides out of
the screen and the second page slides in the screen. This is called a
ProntoPro NG is a universal remote control with a touch screen. You can
customise and fully configure ProntoPro NG to your personal needs: the
devices you want to operate, the functions you want to perform and the
layout on ProntoPro NG.
ProntoProEdit is the visual editor for creating and configuring ProntoPro
Short for Radio Frequency.
You can choose to operate your devices with RF signals instead of IR
signals. To use RF signals, you need an RF Extender. The advantage of
RF is that it spreads in all directions and that it pervades walls. In other
words, you can operate your devices from an adjacent room.
An RF Extender is a converter box that receives RF signals and turns
them into IR signals to operate devices. When your ProntoPro NG sends
out RF codes, the RF Extender receives them and sends out IR codes to
The SBC Li900 is an RF Extender that can be used in combination with
The Settings Tool allows you to consult and adjust several settings, for
instance consulting the battery level, setting the date and time,
calibrating the touch screen, ...
ProntoPro NG simulator is a separate application in ProntoProEdit NG
package, which simulates every aspect of your ProntoPro NG. You use
ProntoPro NG simulator to test your PCF without the need to download it
to your ProntoPro NG. When you make changes in ProntoPro NG
simulator, they will not be saved in the configuration file.
A soft button is a button that can be found on the touch screen. The
layout and the visual aspects of a soft button can be changed. You can
also configure the functions of the soft buttons.
A timer allows you to define actions to be carried out at predefined
times. For instance, you can set an alarm or program your VCR to record
your favourite daily TV-show.
The touch screen of your ProntoPro NG is the centered area that
contains soft buttons you can use to operate the remote control.
USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a 'plug and play' interface between a
computer and add-on devices (such as audio players, joysticks,
keyboards, telephones, scanners, and printers).