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Is there an official secondary IR receiver add-on product for the Polycom HDX 4000 series?

 

Sometimes it is not easy or even possible to face the EagleEye camera front to control the system.

 

 

Yes, I am aware of generic IR repeaters for home entertainment automation use. I'm looking for something possibly better and more integrated, than an emitter glued to the front of the EagleEye.

 

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What is the use case where the HDX 4000 is being used where the touch controller is not being used?  I am interested in that, and you can respond to that inquiry in a private message.

 

From a previous note I have:

 

They would need a powered “38kHz demodulated” IR receiver attached to pin 9 (signal) and pin 5 (ground) on the serial port.

This is not an “off the shelf” item.  TSOP4838 is a Vishay component from which one could “build” a 38kHz demodulated IR receiver

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What is the use case where the HDX 4000 is being used where the touch controller is not being used?  I am interested in that, and you can respond to that inquiry in a private message.

 

From a previous note I have:

 

They would need a powered “38kHz demodulated” IR receiver attached to pin 9 (signal) and pin 5 (ground) on the serial port.

This is not an “off the shelf” item.  TSOP4838 is a Vishay component from which one could “build” a 38kHz demodulated IR receiver

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