onCue® IR Learner & Programmer
A convenient tool for enabling advanced configuration of the onCue BPC-8 Basic Presentation Controller.
The BPC-HPLIR is a handheld tool designed for use with the Crestron® onCue® BPC-8 Basic Presentation Controller, providing a simple means to learn IR commands from third-party remotes and upload configuration files created using the onCue Software Tool. The BPC-HPLIR enables the installer to upload a single configuration to any number of BPC-8 controllers, transferring the file to each BPC-8 via a simple optical cable (included). There's no need to remove the BPC-8 from the wall or even remove its faceplate, and one configuration can be used repeatedly for any number of identically equipped rooms, affording quick and easy setup of each room without any need to carry around a laptop.
The BPC-HPLIR may also be used in conjunction with the Device Learner software tool (part of Crestron Toolbox) to provide a solution for creating, editing, testing, and managing IR device control files for use in programming any Crestron control system. The Device Learner software tool provides a comprehensive and easy-to-use utility for creating complete IR files, and adding them to the User Database for use with Crestron programming applications such as SIMPL Windows, SystemBuilder, and D3 Pro®.
|Controls & Indicators |
| ||READY ||(1) Amber LED, indicates unit is ready to learn an IR command |
| ||SIGNAL ||(1) Amber LED, indicates an IR signal has been detected |
| ||OVERDRIVE ||(1) Red LED, indicates IR signal is too strong and cannot be learned |
| ||FAILED ||(1) Red LED, indicates IR command could not be learned successfully |
| ||COMPLETE ||(1) Green LED, indicates IR command has been learned successfully |
| ||COMPUTER ||(1) Green LED, indicates a computer is connected and providing power via USB |
| ||LOAD ||(1) Green LED, indicates configuration file is being uploaded to the BPC-8 |
| ||NO PROGRAM ||(1) Amber LED, indicates no configuration file exists in the BPC-HPLIR |
| ||LOW BATT ||(1) Red LED, indicates the battery is running low |
| ||TRANSFER ||(1) Pushbutton, initiates transmission of stored configuration file to the BPC-8 |
| ||USB ||For console, USB 2.0 client |
| ||IR ||Learns infrared control commands up to 1.2 MHz |
| ||Optical ||Transmits configuration file via IR to BPC-8 |
|Connectors & IR Receiver |
| ||IR In ||(1) IR receiver, receives IR signals up to 1.2 MHz; |
For learning of IR codes
| ||IR Out ||(1) 1000 µm fiber coupler; |
Configuration file upload link to BPC-8~3 ft (~1 m) optical cable included
| ||COMPUTER ||(1) USB Type B female; |
USB 2.0 computer console port (6 ft cable included)
|Power Requirements |
| ||Battery ||(1) 9 Volt disposable alkaline, 625 mAh (included) |
| ||USB ||83 mA @ 5 Volts DC, overrides battery when sufficient power is available |
| ||Temperature ||32° to 113°F (0° to 45°C) |
| ||Humidity ||10% to 90% RH (non-condensing) |
| ||Plastic, black, handheld |
| ||Height ||5.78 in (147 mm) |
| ||Width ||3.60 in (92 mm) |
| ||Depth ||1.12 in (29 mm) |
| ||9.6 oz (272 g) |
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