KIRA 128 RS232



Module Configuration

- Options
- Factory Default
- Setup stored IR Codes
- Configuration
- Password

Browser Control
Module to Module

Java Program
Java Software Program
Locating the Modules
Learning IR Code Basic
Learning IR Code Adv
Activity Window
Learning IR Code Tips

Video Guides
Tutorial Clips

Macro Commands
UDP Port
Firmware Update
Dynamic DNS
Port Forwarding
RS232 Control
RS232 X10 Control

Quick Checklist

Optional Accessories
Third Party Software
Software Developers



Product objective


The KIRA 128 RS232 is part of the Keene IR Anywhere range, and as with the other models in this range it enables IR commands to be sent via a local IP network or internet.

The KIRA 128 RS232 can act as an IR receiver or as a target (IR emitter). If used as a receiver it will convert the received IR signal to packet data and send that data to a predetermined IP address (usually another IR Anywhere module). The receiving module will then decode the data and re-transmit the IR as originally received. The IR Anywhere modules have their own IP address and can be software configured to operate as either a receiver, a target or stand-alone. They will operate via LAN, and also via WAN assuming firewall and routers are correctly configured.

The KIRA 128 RS232 is capable of capturing and storing up to 128 IR codes in it’s on-board memory. These codes can then be accessed and triggered by any device with web browser capability from a local network or internet. For example, once you’ve stored some codes you can use a smart-phone or PDA as a remote control and issue commands from anywhere in the world that you have internet access.