Password protected page
You will need to enter the username and password created when the module was first initialised.
Firmware prior to the PSTI legislation of April 2024 used a factory default which is left here for reference:  
Username: admin
Password: K2AUDIO!

Configuration options



Click here to change the username and password.

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Click here to configure the wifi. See the “getting started” menu option above for more details.

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Cick to upload a new KiraOne.bin file See the firmware menu option above for more information.

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Select function

Choose whether to use the module as Stand-alone, or as a Receiver or as a Target.

When configured as a receiver
The on board IR receiver is enabled.
Any stored IR code is is sent to the designated target module and not blasted locally.

When configured as a target
The on board IR receiver is disabled. 
Any stored IR code is emitted via its own emitter.

When configured as stand alone
The on board IR receiver is enabled.
Any IR code stored in the module is emitted via its own emitter.
If a target IP is configured Any IR code stored in the module will also be sent to the the target.

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Target settings

If you have set this module as a Receiver this is where you can set the details of the Target you wish to send to. Clicking the button opens a pop-up page with the options:
Disable sending to target
If the module is set as stand-alone it will blast IR signals from its own emitter amd also send to any configured target. Checking this box to disable.
Target IP
Enter the IP of the module you wish to send signals to. You can enter manually or use the “scan for target modules” button and click “use this” to populate the box. It is a good idea to validate and check the connection before saving. For sending modules in remote locations outside of the local network you will need to configure port forwarding for UDP port 65432 (unless changed from default) and UDP port 30303.
If this is selected the module will attempt to send to ALL target modules on the network. Useful one-to-many control situations.

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Friendly name

Useful if you have more than one module on the network. If configured as a receiver the friendly name will be displayed on the target whenever a code is sent.

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Receiver & Emitter

Here you can enable or disable the on-board IR components.
If configured as a target module The receiver will be automatically disabled.
If configured as a receiver the on board IR emtter will be automatically disabled.
If a MONO jack IR emitter is plugged in this will automatically disable the on-board emitter. If a STEREO jack IR emitter is plugged in the on board emtter will still function unless disabled here.
You can also enable and adjust the IR receive delay if required. Some remote controls send many repeats of the same command with each keypress and the equipment will filter these out when receiving directly. If using a pair of Kira modules across the internet sometimes the receiving equipment may respond more than once to each command. If this is the case enable the repeat delay and experiment with the timings until the problem is resolved.



Here you can change the module display options. Experiment to see which you prefer, no reboot is required.

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Here you can change the RED LED function.
The BLUE LED will flash whenever IR is detected.
The GREEN LED will flash as an acknowledgement whenever data is exchanged between modules. 

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This funcion controls the date & time for the module. Please visit
To see the various options.


Module IP
This is where you can change it from the DHCP assigned to one that better suits your network if required.
Module MAC
For info only, it is not possible to alter this.
Module Host Name
Change as required if you have multiple modules on the same network.
UDP port for IR
The default is port 65432 and it is recommend to leave at this. Should you wish to change enter the new por number and click to save - the valid range is from 10000 to 65535. If using multiple modules make sure that the all the port numbers are set to match.
Subnet Mask
The default is and we recommend you leave it set at this. The only time this should really altered is if you have more than 255 devices on you local network.
Gateway address
If the initial DHCP was successful this is usually set to the IP address of your router, and can be manually entered if required.
DNS Server 1 & DSN Server 2.
The Domain Name Servers will usually have auto configured with the initial DHCP and can be edited if required.

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