Remote Control can have different meanings.
- Remote control with original battery-powered remote control unit (e.g. infrared or radio)
- Remote control via universal/multi remote control (e.g. Logitech Harmony, Philips Pronto and similar products)
- Remote control via web/telnet/network sockets (e.g. via devices like iPhone, browsers, home automation systems etc.)
Original remote control
The original remote control that ships with the different NMT models have slightly different layout of buttons and use different technologies. The articles below contains a detailed explanation of the functionality of each button and combination of push sequences:
In some cases OEM's have fitted their NMTs with a custom remote layout, which is known for one eGreat model.
For setup and more details of Logitech Harmony remotes, read here:
For the A/C200, use the following entry in the Harmony database: (You may want to check for updates in the Harmony dB if the C200 appears under a dedicated profile)
Media Centre > Syabas > C200 > IRK200
Pronto Remote Control
For information on using a Pronto remote see this article:
Other Universal Remotes
Other Universal Remote details such as HexCodes, discrete codes, JP1 control file etc. can be found in the IR remote section:
Note: You can use this for 200-series too, but for the C200 the IR receiver must be connected on the back port.
Read more details here: