HDMI Remote Control IR Extender Adapter - Single Band

Part no. 47-600-012

IR Function | No External Power Needed |Extend Signal Up to 300 FT

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HDMI Remote Control Infrared Remote Extender Adapter - Single Band

This HDMI Remote control IR (Infra Red) extender extends IR signal through HDMI cable to remote location.

If you have source devices such as cable box and Blue-Ray player in the living room, and TV in the bedroom upstairs. You can change TV channel or switch to Blue-Ray player on in bed without going downstairs to the living room.


  • Needs  47-600-013 (IR Emitter) and 47-600-014 (IR Target)
  • 3.5mm plug
  • Max extension distance 300 ft. (100m)
  • No external power required
  • IR function or CEC function switchable

You will need two of these adapters if using this as a stand alone kit.

REVIEW SUMMARY for HDMI Remote Control IR Extender Adapter - Single Band
1.0 (based on 1 reviews)
  • Didn't Work

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    From: Philadelphia, P

    5/20/2013    #1244

    PROS: None specified
    CONS: None specified
    I also purchased the emitter and receiver. The system would not work. I spent some time checking the set up but it would not work. A great idea if it would work but it doesn't!

Q: What are the different parts of an IR System?

Infrared Target

This device picks up the infrared signal from your remote control just like a TV or VCR. It encodes the infrared signal into a signal suitable for transmission. Receivers must be located in the room you wish to use the remote control. The wire from the receiver to the connecting block needs at least three available conductors and can be several hundred feet long. Cat5/Cat6 wire work fine.


This is simply a place for all the parts to plug in or connect to. Connecting blocks are usually classified based on the number of ports. All connecting blocks can support many IR receivers wired in parallel. Connecting blocks are usually located near the equipment that is to be controlled, along with the power supply and emitters.

Infrared Emitters

IR Emitters generally "stick" onto the front of the device you want to control. You with need one emitter for each device. "Dual" emitters have two emitters and one plug, so they only take up one jack of the connecting block. All emitters come with long cords and double-stick tape.

Q: My remote is working sporadically, what could be the problem?

A: The most likely problem is you have a signal band IR target and your remote is a dual band remote. You will need to upgrade your current IR Target with a Dual Band Target.

Q: Why do I need a Plasma Proof Target?

A: Some plasma and LCD TVs emit broad-spectrum infrared noise. This can cause issues with transmitting the proper IR signals back to the hub.

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