Since the Spectrum’s Infrared (IR) Sensor is hidden within the ceiling, there are a few options in which to control a ceiling installed Spectrum Screen:
- IR Eye Extender (ZSP-EYE&12V): With the need of line of sight, the IR signal will not be sensed by the IR receiver built within the housing of the Spectrum. By using an IR eye extender that attaches via the Spectrums all purpose RJ45 port, the extended sensor provides a solution to this problem.
- Radio Frequency (RF) Remote (ZSP-RF-B, ZSP-RF-W): The Spectrum, unfortunately, does not come with an RF remote. It does, however, have an RF receiver built into the housing. Without the need of direct line of sight, an RF remote would be a good control option.
- In-Wall Switch (ZIW-B, ZIW-W, ZIW-W1): The spectrum comes with an all purpose RJ45 port. By routing a cable within the wall, the In-Wall Switch provides a close proximity control option. In addition, you can create your own in-wall switch by purchasing only our ZIW-Module.
- Wireless 12V Trigger (ZSP-TR01): Use your projector as a screen control option by hooking up this simple device to your projector’s output trigger port. If your screen doesn’t have an output trigger port, the Universal Wireless 12V Projector Trigger (ZU12V) works just as well for all projectors.