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URC MXHP-R700 Owners Manual
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Congratulations.................................................................................................................1
Features and Benefits.......................................................................................................1
MX HomePro MXHP-R700 Owner’s Manual
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The information in this manual is copyright protected. No part of this manual may be
copied or reproduced in any form without prior written consent from
Universal Remote Control.
Parts List.............................................................................................................................1
Before Getting Started......................................................................................................2
Connecting the Lithium Polymer Battery......................................................................2
Using the Charging Cradle...............................................................................................2
Universal Remote Control SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR OPERATIONAL, TECHNICAL, OR
EDITORIAL ERRORS/OMISSIONS MADE IN THIS MANUAL. The information in this
manual is subject to change without prior notice.
Using the MXHP-R700.......................................................................................................3
Displaying the Settings....................................................................................................4
MXHP-R700 Owner’s Manual © 2018 Universal Remote Control, Inc. URC - Control the
Experience is a registered trademark of Universal Remote Control, Inc.
Settings Menu....................................................................................................................5
MX HomePro Editor.........................................................................................................13
Specifications..................................................................................................................13
Limited Warranty Statement.........................................................................................13
End User Agreement.......................................................................................................13
Congratulations!
Thank you for purchasing the MXHP-R700 Wi-Fi based remote for your MX HomePro
system. This remote offers real-time two-way feedback on compatible smart devices
throughout the home or small office space. Controlling and monitoring the home’s
devices is as simple as a click on the remote.
Features and Benefits:
The MX HomePro remote is designed to be the perfect companion to any TV room or
bedroom night table. Enjoy the following features:
Parts List:
● Quick Connect Wi-Fi
Included in the MXHP-R700 box:
When picked up, the remote automatically connects to Wi-Fi within moments to
control the home’s audio/video system and devices.
● MXHP-R700 Wi-Fi Remote
● Two-way Meta-data Feedback:
Experience real-time two-way feedback right on the remote’s LCD screen when
used with compatible Z-Wave smart devices. Enjoy this same feedback when
used with URC’s ever expanding list of 3rd party products.
● AC Power Adapter
● Rechargeable Lithium Polymer Battery
● Charging Cradle
● Button LED Backlighting:
Use your remote with ease regardless of lighting conditions thanks to the
MXHP-R700’s LED button backlighting.
● Pick-Up Sensor:
Lifting the remote immediately wakes it up and turns on the LCD screen. It
quickly connects to Wi-Fi allowing the user to control their MX HomePro
system instantly.
● Rechargeable Lithium Polymer Battery:
Save money and protect the environment by using the included charging cradle
and rechargeable battery.
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Before Getting Started:
Using the Charging Cradle:
Prior to installing an MX HomePro system, there are a few things to remember:
Connect the 6V DC adapter into the power outlet and into the rear of the charging cradle
(also connects to the remote for direct charging). Gently place the MXHP-R700 remote
into the cradle. The remote automatically aligns itself to the contacts on the charging
base. The status light immediately illuminates:
● MX HomePro systems are designed for use on the home’s local network.
The hub can be connected to the home network through an Ethernet cable or
wirelessly via Wi-Fi.
● Red indicates that the remote is charging.
● Adding a TRF-ZW Z-Wave Gateway gives the MX HomePro system access to
control the home’s Z-Wave devices such as locks, thermostats, lighting,
cameras, and scenes.
● Programming is performed via the MX HomePro Editor. The smart home
professional must log into this web portal in order to program all applicable
MX HomePro devices. Further enhancements may be added, for all inquires
please contact URC Technical Support.
● This remote communicates exclusively through 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi using
b/g/n signals.
Connecting the Lithium Polymer Battery:
When getting ready to add the remote to the system or replacing a battery, perform the
following steps:
1. Press the spring lock down to open the remote cover.
2. Place the battery (included) into the compartment making sure to align the
contacts on the battery and the remote.
3. Replace the cover.
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● Blue indicates the remote is fully charged.
Using the MXHP-R700 (Remote):
The Home menu pages display all the programmed activities and devices within the
MX HomePro system.
To navigate to this, simply press the Home button and use the Up and Down buttons to
move throughout the menu.
Press any button adjacent to the screen to select an activity or device. Press the Home
button to return to the previous page and select a new device or activity.
The Volume and Mute buttons are always
available regardless of what screen is displayed.
The Home button always displays
the Home Menu pages.
The Up and Down buttons are
used to navigate through a
menu screen.
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Displaying the Settings:
Entering the Settings Menu is accomplished by pressing and holding the Home and
Enter (ENT) buttons simultaneously for three (3) seconds.
Use the Up and Down buttons to navigate between items on the Settings Menu. To
select, press the button on the side of the LCD screen or the Select (SEL) button when
the item is highlighted.
Shown below is an expanded view of the MXHP-R700’s Settings Menu, not all options
on this image are available on the screen at once.
Up and Down navigation buttons
reveal the entire list on the
Settings screen.
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Settings Menu:
The following sections cover the sub-menus found within the Settings Menu:
Network Settings:
This menu displays the network information about the MXHP-R700 and the network
it is connected to.
From this screen, it is possible to scan for different Wi-Fi networks, select a network
to connect to, and enter any custom settings.
Base Station (Hub) Setup:
This menu displays all of the hubs that are currently connected to the network.
Remember, hubs are identified by their Wired MAC Address.
This can be found on the underside of a hub (refer to MX HomePro MXHP-H500
Owner’s manual).
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TRF-ZW Z-Wave Accessory Account Info:
When using smart home devices that use Z-Wave, it is necessary to log the
Accessory Account info onto the remote (see MX HomePro Installation Guide).
The Accessory Account info item allows the entry of a URC TRF-ZW account
username and password.
The screens displayed at the right show how this looks when the
Accessory Account information has been entered and verified.
Contact your smart home professional
installer to acquire Z-Wave home lighting,
comfort, and security products for use with
your MX HomePro system.
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Sleep Timer:
This setting item allows the user to adjust the amount of time the LCD remains On
when not in use.
The time can be set independently based on whether the remote is using battery
power or is connected to the charger.
Selecting an item on this screen allows for the settings of each Sleep Timer value.
Once the Sleep Timers are adjusted, press Save. The Go Back button returns the
remote’s to the Setup Menu and preserves the last saved setting.
Brightness:
This item allows the user to adjust the brightness of the LCD screen’s backlight.
Use the “-” and “+” buttons to decrease or increase the LCD’s brightness.
Once complete, press Save. Pressing Go Back button returns to the remote’s last
saved setting.
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System:
This menu displays data about the remote’s operating system, memory, and other
information.
Press the More button to view further system information or press Go Back to exit
to the previous menu.
Button Light:
Adjust the brightness of the LEDs that backlight the buttons of the MXHP-R700.
Adjust the button light brightness by using the “-” and “+” buttons to do so.
Once adjusted, press Save. Pressing Go back reverts to the remote’s last
saved setting.
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Power:
Displays the remaining battery level of the remote.
The low battery warning message can be adjusted from this section. Adjust the
battery percentage using the “-” and “+” buttons to do so.
Once adjusted, press Save. Pressing Go back reverts to the remote’s last
saved setting.
Sound:
Through this menu, adjusting the sound on button presses can be changed.
Press the adjacent hard buttons to increase or decrease the button volume.
Once adjusted, press the Save button. Pressing the Go Back button returns to the
remote’s last saved setting.
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Pickup:
This menu allows the user to adjust the sensitivity of the remote when reacting to
being picked up.
Increase or decrease the sensitivity using the “-” and “+” buttons.
Once adjusted, press the Save button. Pressing the Go Back button returns to the
remote’s last saved setting
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Firmware Update:
Selecting this makes the remote search for any available firmware update.
When available, the screen displays as seen on the right. Select Yes to begin the
updating the remote’s firmware. Select No to return to the previous menu.
When the firmware updates successfully, this screen is displayed as confirmation.
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Factory Default:
Warning!
Selecting this options returns the MXHP-R700 to its factory default settings. All
programming is lost and the system requires re-programming.
Select Yes starts the factory reset process. This should only be done when
instructed by URC Technical Support or by the smart home professional installer.
Selecting No returns the user to the previous screen.
Exit:
When completed with adjusting any user settings, select Exit to return the remote
to normal operation.
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MX HomePro Editor:
Limited Warranty Statement
To begin programming the system, log into the MX HomePro Editor via:
Click on the section title above to read the full terms and conditions of the
Limited Warranty Statement. Also available publicly on the URC home page.
www.mxhomepro.com
See the MX HomePro Programming Guide for more details.
End User Agreement
Click on the section title above to read the full terms and conditions of the
End User Agreement. Also available publicly on the URC home page.
Specifications:
LCD: 2 inch screen (240 x 320) LCD Backlighting by LED
Devices: Supports up to 255 devices with text, less with heavy graphics
Macro Capability: Up to 255 steps each; however, nesting is allowed
Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
Battery: Lithium polymer 1,960mAh
Battery Charging Time: 5 hours
Size: 8.46” H x 2.04” W x 1.02” D
Battery Warranty: 90 days
Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one more of the following
measures:
● Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
● Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
● Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
● Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technical for help.
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Warning!
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any Radio or TV interference caused by
unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment.
FCC Caution:
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation. Any changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the authority to
operate equipment. The antenna(s) used for this transmitter must not be colocated or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Federal Communication Commissions (FCC)
Radiation Exposure Statement:
This remote device is approved as a hand-held and hand-operated only portable
(relative to hand) device, which is normally operated at 5cm from a person’s body.
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