PowerPoint Receiver Kit with 4 Key Metal IR Remote
For use in secure locations,
This is an Infrared only PowerPoint kit
For credit card payments and Quotes for purchase approvals please email us or call 516-364-9803.
This product meets the TAA compliance guidelines. Email email@example.com for a copy of our 889 form.
Made in USA and South Korea
- PowerPoint Presentation IR Remote with USB Receiver
- For places RF and Bluetooth cannot be used
USB Infrared Receiver
Infrared 4 Button Metal Remote Control
Now comes with a 10 foot TAA compliant USB cable
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We will quote the quantity you want and UPS Ground shipping. Once you receive the approval we will take your credit card information over the phone. Main number 516-364-9803 or after hours 516-669-0712
If you need an 889 form please let us know This product is manufactured in the United States with parts for the US and South Korea. It is TAA compliant.
Good for use in secure locations
This is an Infrared only remote control kit for PowerPoint.
Specially designed to control PowerPoint for places RF and Bluetooth device not allow
Features: Unique aluminum remote control with long range emitter
- Receiver 1.58″ H x 1.35″ W x 0.83″ D
- Remote 6.75″H x 1.89″W x 0.5″D
- Specially designed to control PowerPoint where Bluetooth and RF remote controls are not allowed
- Metal snap dome keys covered by a Lexan overlay
- Powered from standard PC USB port
- Led Receive indicator
- Available with standard USB and custom connectors
- Available with 1 x coin battery version (CR2032 or 2 x AAA batteries version
- Custom Labels with other Keyboard commands are available
- Specially designed to control PowerPoint in environments where RF and Bluetooth device not allow
- Emulates an HID keyboard so no driver is needed with most computers.
- The receiver can also be programmed to transmit any keyboard scan codes or hex codes. The receiver can be ordered with different remote controls to access additional keyboard key combinations.
Start Presentation mode (F5)
Tested on Windows and MAC PowerPoint computers