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4 out of 5 stars (based on 2 reviews)

IRC-6 is an easy-to-use infrared remote control (IRC) for IRC compatible lighting fixtures. It provides instant access to pre-programmed scenes, color mixing options and on-the-fly speed adjustments. This compact and lightweight remote has an approximate range of 30 feet (9 m).

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  • Wireless remote control for all CHAUVET Freedom series and IRC products

  • Allows you to wirelessly select color, intensity, strobe rate and more

  • Provides instant access to pre-programmed light shows

  • Manually set individual color percentages to achieve the exact color without a DMX controller


  • Input Voltage: 3 VDC lithium battery (CR2025)
  • Weight: 0.7 oz (20 g)
  • Size: 3.9 x 1.8 x 0.3 in (100 x 47 x 7 mm)
  • Approvals: CE

What's Included

  • IRC-6


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4 out of 5 stars (based on 2 reviews)

i gotta learn the functions first

January 22, 2019

my review is that its dumb to ask a person to review the remote when they are trying to download instructions on how to use it.

Todd Matheny

It's Good, But Limited

December 27, 2018

I bought this for to use with a pair of 4-Bar LT usb light bars so I could get rid of the wired footswitch. The main program I use is an auto 1-second flash of all colors (program #8). Be aware that you cannot get to this program with the remote. Regarding the auto setting, you can only get to 1 program, and it’s pre-selected for you. My option is to either use the 1 pre-selected auto program, or go back to a wired setup. The final option being I would need to buy a wireless obey or one of the more expensive usb wireless receiver/transmitters. This was all confirmed with a call to Tech Support. Other than not working for what I bought it for, it works fine lol. It’s nice to be able to pick any color at any time, and control the speed for tings like strobe easily. I only wish they were clear up front that it does not have the same basic functionality of the wired footswitch, which in my opinion is a bit of a step back.

Big Stew

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