By selecting the Knoll Analog IR components separately, you can build a custom IR system tailored to your AV application, without needing to purchase an entire kit. The IR54-A Analog Infrared IR Connection Module
features an in-wall design that can be trimmed with a matching standard Decora-style wall plate (sold separately, to match the appearance your other wall switches and outlets, while keeping your entertainment center stream-lined and efficient. The connection module is the conduit between an Analog tabletop receiver
blinking emitters, each sold separately. An IR signal is sent from your remote control, to a receiver out to an emitter through a connecting block, to remotely control up AV components located behind closed doors of a cabinet or closet, in a rack mount system or in another room. The connecting block and receiver also require a power supply
, sold separately.
This connectiong block is also available in black
An IR55 table top connecting block
is also available if you prefer a freestanding, mobile connecting block instead of this in-wall version.
Knoll Systems Analog Infrared (AIR) repeater components are designed to "relay" IR signals broadcast in remote rooms or areas to electronic components that respond to these IR commands. Most IR commands originate from hand-held remote controls. Knoll IR repeater systems relay these commands to the distant component. In line with Knoll's commitment to high performance, flexible and easy to install products, Knoll infrared repeater systems offer almost unlimited system control from any room to any audio/video component, from basic systems throughout even the most sophisticated installation.
Installation is simple, cost-effective and reliable. The Analog IR100, IR210, IR220, IR230 and IR250 infrared receivers can be mixed and matched in any system, with up to 10 receivers per system. The cutting edge styling of Knoll IR receivers and emitters, available in different colors and styles, compliment even the most elegant of installations. The Analog receivers can accept signals from up to 35 feet away, which suits most applications.