ANSWERED: X1 Boxes and IR Locations
Below please find some X1 boxes along with photos depicting where to find the IR Target Eye locations (notated in yellow square), as well as the manufacturer name, X1 Platform name and any pertinent notes.
Important point: ALL X1 boxes (excluding the RNG150 models) can do both RF and IR.
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Below is the Samsung XG2, manufacturer model number (on the bottom of the unit) is SX022ANM
Below is the Samsung RNG-150N, manufacturer model number SR150BNM
Below is the Pacxe XG2, manufacturer model number PX022ANM. Please note, the target is small and will appear as a tiny triangle centered just below the face of the unit.
Below is the Pace XG1, manufacturer model number PX001ANM
Below is the the Pace RNG-150N, manufacturer number PR150BNM
Below is the Pace Xi3, Manufacturer model number PX032ANI.
Below is the Pace XiD, Manufacturer model number PXD01ANI.
Below is the Cisco XiD, manufacturer model number CXD01ANI
A few more important notes to remember regarding IR usage. First, all X1 boxes use the same IR codes. So, if you change from one X1 box to a different model X1 box, you will not need to change any IR codes in your third party remotes. Some boxes have different sensitivity concerns with the IR signal, but the codes are the same. Usually, you can adjust the sensitivity gain via your third pary control processor.
Second, you cannot use Legacy Box IR codes with X1 boxes. They will not work. The same goes for the reverse; X1 codes will not work with Legacy products.
Lastly, not all Legacy product IR codes will work across different Legacy products. Many will, but some will not.
Find out how to hide your TV Box or TV Adapter and still use your remote with an IR Extender or IR Receiver: https://www.xfinity.com/support/articles/using-your-remote-control-with-an-ir-extender
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