|商品尺寸||2.5 x 1.2 x 0.6 cm; 27.22 克|
|型号||FLIRC USB 通用遥控接收器|
Flirc 用于媒体中心和机顶盒的 FLIRC USB（2 代）通用遥控接收器
FLIRC USB Universal Remote Control Receiver
- 控制您的 NVIDIA Shield、FireTV、Pi 或 PC。 兼容 Harmony 或任何遥控器
- 还适用于 Playstation、XBOX 360、Raspberry PI、Windows Media Center、Kodi、Plex等
- Flirc易于使用的软件引导您完成整个配对过程,并在 Windows、OSX 和 Linux 上工作
- Control your NVIDIA Shield, FireTV, Pi, or PC. Compatible with Harmony, or almost any remote control
- Also works with Playstation, XBOX 360, Raspberry PI, Windows Media Center, Kodi, Plex, and many more
- Flirc’s easy-to-use software walks you through the entire pairing process and works on Windows, OSX and Linux
- New version brings many new software features, hardware features, and partners
Flirc 让您几乎可以使用任何具有 USB 的设备,包括FireTV、XBOX 360、XBOX One、Playstation 3、HPC、Raspberry Pi等。 Flirc's 用户友好型软件将指导您完成配对过程的每一步,只需几分钟即可完成。 您的遥控器与 Flirc 配对后,无需在设备上运行或安装其他软件。 只需将 Flirc 插入任何 USB 端口即可享受! Flirc 与许多公司和组织*。 例如,Flirc 与 Logitech Harmony 兼容,在*佳遥控器线上提供*佳的用户体验。 将 Flirc FireTV 或 Flirc XBMC/Kodi 设备添加到您的Harmony Remote 中,无需任何额外配置即可与 Flirc 配合使用。 您还可以使用 Flirc 软件中的许多内置预设配置,快速轻松地将 Flirc 与遥控器配置 Flirc 用于常见应用程序,如 XBMC/Kodi、FireTV 和 Windows 媒体中心。 如果您*喜欢的应用程序不是预设之一,只需使用 Flirc 软件中的虚拟键盘即可将遥控器上的任何按钮与任何标准键盘键配对。 Flirc 适用于任何支持 USB 键盘的设备,是树莓派销售的*配件之一。 Flirc 团队一直致力于新功能和改进,以增强用户体验。 免费固件更新定期发布,并可以在 Flirc's 网站上找到。 Flirc 还正在使用 API ,以便在其他应用中无缝集成。 记得访问 Flirc 网站和论坛,获取有用的提示、技巧和支持。
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I use the harmony hub using the simple remote. I do not use the iphone version as a remote control using bluetooth. If I did I would not need this USB device since the Shield has bluetooth. Since I don't use the iphone as a remote--the 16gb version of the Shielld and a Harmony Remote will not work without this FLIRC as it is no IR. I think the 500gb N. shield has IR built in...but am not sure.
These steps may not work for you; particularly if you have a different harmony remote than I do...and I am going off memory.
I also use mac OSX.
I plugged the FLIRC in my imac USB port. I downloaded the Flirc software. Once installed, the software auto checked for firmware updates. There was an update. the Flirc updated.
Once updated. I pulled the FLIRC out of the imac USB port.
I plugged in my harmony hub and used myharmony,com.
You need to add the FLIRC as a device. DO NOT ADD the Nvidia Shield as a device on the harmony for IR on the 16gb machine. It will do you no good. You have to pretend that the FLIRC is the N. Shield basically for the set up to the harmony if you are using IR.
Add device on the harmony.
Model #: Kodi
It should appear as a device now.
You have to now set up an activity for the FLIRC. (Remember, pretend this is the N. Shield in your mind)
Click Add activity
I clicked "additional watch tv"-- I then changed it to watch Nvidia in the next screen. On the hub and simple remote--this does not really matter what you call it except for identification purposes. You can call it whatever you want.
Click your set ups that you want...just make sure you select the FLIRC as one of you choices. I clicked the TV; receiver; and FLIRC. Make sure you click the TV as how to show the video. The rest is how ever your set up is. (HDMI 1; 2 ;3 etc.)
On the simple remote you have to set up the 3 buttons to power on activities. Click "buttons" from the main menu of the remote in myharmony and click which button you want for the Nvidia. Again- this is for the harmony hub using the simple remote.
Sync the remote.
Plug the harmony hub back in as if you are using it on your TV as normal.
Take a laptop so you are near the harmony hub and your Shield. Plug the FLIRC into your laptops' USB port. Open the FLIRC Software. You should see a remote on the screen. Grab your harmony simple remote. Once the FLIRC software is open--with the FLIRC in the laptops USB port--use your mouse to click the top left under "controllers". Find Nvidia Shield and select it. You should now see the Shields remote on the screen. Click go or start ( I cannot remember) and you will see a green light highlighting what the SHIELD REMOTE DOES. For example it will highlight the top of the arrow keys as "up" etc. when these are highlighted--you click on your HARMONY remote where you want it. I did up; down; side RT; side LT and center just like the Shield remote; For " Back" I clicked on the harmony what I use for the back key; and I clicked on the harmony "menu" key when it got to the home key on the Shield. (But you can program the keys whatever your preference. Once it is done that is it. You can save the settings onto your desktop if you want.
Unplug the FLIRC from the laptop USB port and plug it into the Nvidia shield's USB port.
Use your harmony simple remote.
NOTE: I had to use a usb extender on the N. Shield from the back to the front.; but some people report that it works fine without one. Why an extender?: If the IR signal is not "read" the remote won't work and the USB port is in the back of the Shield.
I tested it and everything works great. Hope this helps. It was a hassle setting it up as I did not know what I was doing. I pieced together items from the internet and got it figured out.
-- NO INSTRUCTIONS In Box: Opening the box first discovery is that there are no instructions. However the website has instructions. It would have been good if the site was referenced on a slip of paper in the box it came in. I searched the website and struggled my way and found an .exe you can load to configure the FLIRC. First it allowed me to update the firmware to the latest. I was able to control the device by IR from my Harmony remote.
-- NO REMOTE BUTTON ASSIGNMENT HELP: Now the next struggle was what buttons on the remote replicate the simple NVIDA SHIELD remote. I could find nothing so I did a button by button experiments to figure it out.
The left, right, up, down button on the Shield remote correspond to the same buttons on the Harmony 665. The center button on the Shield remote is the "OK" or center button on the Harmony 665. makes sense so far right? Now here is where it goes awray. The back or reverse arrown button on the Shield remote corresponds to the "Exit" button on the Harmony 665. The "O" button on the Shield remote corresponds to the "Stop" button on the Harmony 665. Makes not sense to me why those are chosen but as far as I can see the FLIRC nor the Harmony allow any other button choices.
-- CHEAP CASE: Its a little plastic case but that snap locks over the chip. When I try to pull it out the out case popped off to reveal the little chip inside. The case should be more permanently attached as there would never be a need to access the chip. Its a throwaway device with not repair or serviceability.
-- BEEN WORKING AWHILE: Ive been using it awhile now, about 2weeks, with Harmony 665 Remote and a Nvida Shield and its doing the job. I would have liked to be able to change the remotes key assignments from the default, but im getting used to it.