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Well, the remote says mx 780, inside where the batteries are. However, the base station on the back says 350i, does that make a difference?
sorry, to clarify, on the antennae portion, it says 350i
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Does the rfx-250, the antenna, have an i too? If yes, that would be the problem.
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Well, the remote says mx 780, inside where the batteries are. However, the base station on the back says 350i, does that make a difference?
I don't believe the i and non-i devices are cross-compatible as they're on different frequencies.......

The RF Frequency on the MX-780 is 418MHz and communicates with the MRF-350 and the MRF-260 etc

The RF Frequency on the MX-780i is 433.92MHz and communicates with the MRF-350i and the MRF-260i etc.

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A mrf-350 can have both rfx-250 and rfx-250i connected to it and it will communicate with both frequencies. The remote has to match the rfx antenna, in the case of WDistallbro, it doesn't.
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Thanks guys!! I really appreciate all the help and information, you learn something new everyday. Makes sense, since they were like two ships passing in the night.
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The rfx250 are sold separately, so don't have to pay full price for another mrf-350.
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More info:

RFX-250 Narrow Band RF antenna

Available in 418 MHz or 433 MHz versions

Compatibility:

Install with any URC RF base station (MRF-350, MRF-260), System Controller (MSC-400) or Network Series Controller (MRX-1).

Note that the MRF-250 and MRF-250i differ only in operating frequency (MRF-250i is 433MHz, MMR-2500 is 418MHz); however, i-series antenna/receivers must be matched with i-series base stations.

http://www.universalremote.com/produ...lers&p=RFX-250



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Just wondering if anyone has some MX890 .ccp files they could send me....


Just got the new remote, and I am looking for new ideas in programming.....


Hopefully, they will inspire me to go in new directions that I haven't thought of......


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More info:

RFX-250 Narrow Band RF antenna

Available in 418 MHz or 433 MHz versions

Compatibility:

Install with any URC RF base station (MRF-350, MRF-260), System Controller (MSC-400) or Network Series Controller (MRX-1).

Note that the MRF-250 and MRF-250i differ only in operating frequency (MRF-250i is 433MHz, MMR-2500 is 418MHz); however, i-series antenna/receivers must be matched with i-series base stations.

http://www.universalremote.com/produ...lers&p=RFX-250







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Its the real world experience that counts, believe that rfx-250 will work just fine with mrf350i, if the remote is non-I series too.




See this thread at remote central:


http://www.remotecentral.com/cgi-bin...light=rfx-250i
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