The NEC PG-9100 or PG-6100 (PG9 Plus and PG6 Plus) or PG-9200 or PG 6200 (PG9 and PG6 Xtra)remotes are;
RC-6020 User Remote (can be used either wired or wireless)
RC-6051 Full Service Remote (can be used either wired or wireless)
The NEC PG-9000 or PG-6000 (PG9 and PG6) remotes are;
RC-6010 User Remote (can be used either wired or wireless)
RC-6011 Full Service Remote (can be used either wired or wireless)
MultiSync XG85, and XG135LC Specifications Model #XG852, XG1352 uses the following remotes;
RC-6321 Wired / Wireless Installation Remote Control
RC-6320 Wireless Operator Remote Control
I have used the RC-6011 remote for the regular NEC 9PG with my NEC 9PG Xtra and it works fine. There are just a few buttons that are unused by the 9PG Xtra because their function has been combined into other buttons on the remote.
Based upon other NEC remotes, very often, there are unused contacts and buttons under the user remote's covers that really are just a service remote with a few buttons not seen. It certainly is true for the DP1200S remotes.
Yes you can. The difference between the remotes is one address button, this would be used in a multi projector application and if you wanted to use one remote to control them all. In a single unit application it works just fine. Doug
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