This document describes how to make your InFocus remote control produce
commands that may not be directly available as buttons on the remote.
NOTE: Information in this document applies to the following
InFocus remote control models:
These commands are intended to be used by 3rd party ‘learning’ remotes that
can learn codes from other remotes.
For example, by using these modes, you could program a 3rd party remote to
produce a ‘discrete power on’ command as part of a macro used to turn on all of
your A/V devices, and then produce a ‘discrete power off’ command as part of
another macro that turns off all of your A/V devices.
Your remote supports three different modes for producing additional
commands. Each mode reconfigures the buttons on the remote to produce a
different set of commands; refer to the table below to find out which commands
and modes you’ll need.
Example: To make your remote produce the ’16:9 Aspect Ratio’ command:
1) Look up ’16:9 Aspect Ratio’ in the table below; it is produced when you press
the Auto Image button while the remote is in mode 3.
2) Enter mode 3 by holding down the Presets button on your remote for 10
seconds.
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3) Press the Auto Image button on your remote to produce the ‘16:9 Aspect
Ratio’ command.
4) Exit mode 3 and return to normal remote operation by holding down the
Presets button on your remote for 10 seconds (or wait 2 minutes for the
remote to automatically exit the mode).
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Enter the mode by holding down a button on your remote:
Press this
remote
button…
Power
Help
Menu
Select
Up
Down
Left
Right
Custom
Source
Presets
Auto Image
Resize
To enter mode 1:
To enter mode 2:
To enter mode 3:
Hold down the Custom button on the
Hold down the Auto Image button on the
Hold down the Presets button on the remote
remote for 10 seconds (if the remote has a
remote for 10 seconds (if the remote has a
for 10 seconds (if the remote has a backlight,
backlight, the backlight will show one long
backlight, the backlight will show one long
the backlight will show one long blink followed
blink followed by one short blink).
blink followed by two short blinks).
by three short blinks).
After you have entered a mode, press buttons on your remote to produce the following commands:
(the remote will stay in the mode you selected until you exit the mode, see step 3 below)
…to produce this command* in mode 1:
…to produce this command* in mode 2:
…to produce this command* in mode 3:
Next Slide
Overscan Toggle
4:3 Aspect Ratio
Previous Slide
Source 1 Select
Letterbox Aspect Ratio
Keystone +
Source 2 Select
Panorama Aspect Ratio
Keystone –
Source 3 Select
16:10 Aspect Ratio
Discrete Power On
Motorized Zoom In
Motorized Lens Shift Up
Discrete Power Off
Motorized Zoom Out
Motorized Lens Shift Down
Volume Motorized Focus Near
Motorized Lens Shift Left
Volume +
Motorized Focus Far
Motorized Lens Shift Right
Mute Toggle
Source 4 Select
Auto Aspect Ratio
Freeze Toggle
Source Advance Computer
User Preset
Blank Toggle
Source Advance Video
Native Aspect Ratio
Blank On
ISF Day Preset
16:9 Aspect Ratio
Blank Off
ISF Night Preset
(no command)
When you’re done, exit the mode and return to normal remote operation by holding down a button on your remote (or wait 2 minutes):
(to go directly from one mode to another, you can skip this step and just hold down Custom, Auto Image, or Presets for 10 seconds to enter
a different mode)
To exit mode 1
To exit mode 2
To exit mode 3
Hold down the Custom key button the
Hold down the Auto Image button on the
Hold down the Presets button on the remote
remote for 10 seconds again, or do not use
remote for 10 seconds again, or do not use
for 10 seconds again, or do not use the remote
the remote for 2 minutes (if the remote has the remote for 2 minutes (if the remote has a for 2 minutes (if the remote has a backlight,
a backlight, the backlight will show one long backlight, the backlight will show one long
the backlight will show one long blink).
blink).
blink).
*Some commands are not supported by some projector models. For details on supported commands, please refer to your projector’s documentation, or go
to www.infocus.com/support to download documentation.