The RF ID is what is dialed in on the bottom of the MRF-350. This allows you to target multiple units with unique codes. Dial in the 350 and set the remote to that same RF ID number. Don't use RF ID 0, that is only used to check interference while locating the unit.
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If you are working with an RF basestation, all of your RF control gets programmed in the
“RF Setup” portion of the Advanced Setup. This is where you can set the remote to a
valid RF ID and route all of your emitters.
1. From the Advanced Setup Menu, choose “RF Setup.”
2. Select “All Devices Set Same.” (If you are working with multiple basestations,
select “Each Device Differs.”)
• To set each device to an IR or RF signal, press “IR or RF Signal.”
• To set your remote to the same ID your basestation is set to, press “RF
• To route each emitter port to specific devices, press “Emitter Routing.”
• To enable or disable the front IR blaster on the bastation, press “Blaster
On / Off.