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
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Remote is Not working
I downloaded the INSTRUCTIONS for the remote. They’re simple to fo, but my ChauvEt Helicopter lIghts dOn’t respond to the remote. It seem LIKE the remote is communicating with the dj light, but then nothing happens. This is such a disappoint.
i gotta learn the functions first
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.
It's Good, But Limited
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.