iRFR Product Info Page Click here for iRFR Documentation The iRFR is an application that runs on iPod, iPhone, and iPad devices. The iRFR is capable of interfacing with the Eos and Congo family of consoles (which include the Eos, Ion, Element, Congo, Congo Jr and Congo Kid.). The initial product release...
RFR with Congo/CongoJr Also see: Getting Started with Congo/CongoJr The iRFR has the same functionality as the Net3 RFR. The RFR works within its own field and this field can be cleared from the console. All channel intensity levels generated by the remote can only be recorded into targets from the remote...
Default IP Ranges For ETC Products Below are the ETC Network addressing standards. Bold numbers or modes are the default for devices that ship with a preconfigured IP. These standard ranges should be used unless a different range is required by the site. ETC Product IP Range Congo 10.101.80.101 to 10...
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I. Connecting to Your Console NOTE: If you have not already setup your console's wireless network and configured your iPhone/iPod to use that network, you need to start here: iRFR: How to Setup Your Wireless Network 1. On your console, you will need to enable iRFR support (off by default). In the...
I. Network Configuration The iRFR requires that your console be on a wireless network. Below are a couple examples of how you may choose to configure your wireless network: *NOTE: Your lighting network should never have a direct connection to the internet. It is also critical that the wireless component...
iRFR Documentation I. How to Setup Your Wireless Network II. Getting Started with Eos/Ion/Element III. Getting Started with Congo/CongoJr iRFR: Congo/CongoJr Functionality *Requires iPod/iPhone OS 3.0
I. Connecting to Your Console NOTE: If you have not already setup your console's wireless network and configured your iPhone/iPod to use that network, you need to start here: iRFR: How to Setup Your Wireless Network On your Congo or CongoJr you will need to have Remote Controls enabled. No other...