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Wired Home WHIRH IR Repeater Hub

Brand:| Model: WHIRH
Overview
The WH-IRH is the heart of an IR system. A single hub is capable of supporting up to 15 targets and four emitters.
Highlights
  • Provides output to 4 emitters
  • Supports up to 15 targets
  • Confirmation LED built-in
  • Status connection for components
Part # 
182-860
Weight: 0.32 lbs.  
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Wired Home WHIRH IR Repeater Hub
The WH-IRH is the heart of an IR system. A single hub is capable of supporting up to 15 targets and four emitters. Additionally, a Wired Home IR system can be expanded by paralleling hubs for a complete whole house control system with an almost unlimited amount of zones. Built into the WH-IRH is an LED for confirmation of signal to reduce troubleshooting time. Also built-in is a status power port which is connected to a 12V trigger or a 12 VDC power supply connected to the switched electrical outlet of an AV device. Power is provided by the Wired Home WH-PS 12 VDC, 500 mA power supply (sold separately), but a 12 VDC, 2A power supply is recommended for extremely long runs.


Wired Home WHIRH IR Repeater Hub
  • BrandWired Home
  • ModelWHIRH
  • Part Number182-860
  • UPC844632063503
  • Product CategoryIR Engines / Hubs
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (10 Reviews)
  • Weight0.32 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Reviews

Wired Home WHIRH IR Repeater Hub
Wired Home WHIRH IR Repeater Hub is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy and works greatI read through all of the reviews here before buying this, but promptly forgot them when doing the install. I have about 50' of cat6 bridging the gap between this hub and the target, using the 1.2 a power supply. I only used one conductor from the cat6 cable per wire. works great, very easy to read instructions; I don't understand the one review that has 2 wires going to the same port. I'm hoping I can simply but the wires from the 2nd target on top of the first and have no problems. as of now I'm a fan of this product!
Date published: 2014-09-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good productgood product, responding properly to my work requirement, quickly delivered
Date published: 2014-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great!Installed this unit to control a Direct TV receiver, and Blu Ray Disk Player hidden in the closet in my Game Room. I am using the Wire Home target mounted on the underside edge of the TV. It works perfectly. I recommend this unit for is ease on installation and set up.
Date published: 2012-06-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Won't Work With BlastersI initially purchased this hub with the WHPS 500 mA Power Supply (Part # 182-862), the WHIR4000 Target (Part # 182-870; No longer available), a WH2IRME dual mouse emitter (Part # 182-840) and a WHIREB (Part # 182-882) blaster. I connected the target to the hub with 55 ft of Cat 5e. I was disappointed to find that the flashers performed sporadically and this hub would not power the blaster. I upgraded to the WHHCPS 1.2 A PS (Part # 182-886) and the flashers worked as advertised. The bigger PS made a huge imrovement. I then replaced the original hub with the WHIRDH hub (Part # 182-884). The latter has outputs that can be switched to power a blaster. The mini blaster now works great (~ 15 ft range). Finally, I replaced the original target with the WHIR4005 (Part #182-878). The new target seems to have a little better reception angle. I am still experimenting with the blaster placement, but everything is now working. Bottom line, if you want to use a blaster emitter, this is not the hub you want. If you need more than a short wire run from the target to the hub, make sure you use a larger PS.
Date published: 2011-11-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from IR Hub works great with 2 IR inputsI recently installed this IR hub as part of a whole-house remodel. I have two IR inputs: kitchen and living room. Each input is connected to the hub via Cat5e wiring and I'm using the 1.2A power supply. The kitchen run is ~80 feet and the living room run is ~15 feet. I found the instructions that come with the unit to be quite poorly written, but after a number of hours of head scratching, the system is working exactly as I'd hoped and reliably.The key problem I had is that I could only get 1 of the 2 IR inputs working (both were wired correctly, but if I plugged both in, neither would work). I am not using the status indicator optional additional power supply, and I eventually figured out that I needed to wire the ST (status) feeds coming from the inputs into the G (ground) port on the hub (i.e., both the G and ST feeds from the inputs wire to the G port on the hub). After that change, both inputs worked perfectly. If you use Cat5 to wire this unit, be sure to use *both* conductors of each twisted pair for each connection.I just ordered an additional power supply to power the status indicators on the IR inputs (I'm using a 1A power supply given the long run of Cat5e to the kitchen). When I install it, I'll move the ST inputs to the ST port on the hub and fingers-crossed, it all still works.Overall, I'm very pleased with the unit. With the exception of the ST/G mix-up, it was easy to wire (if you're familiar with Cat5e/Cat3 type LV wiring projects), the performance so far is great, and it is much cheaper than many other IR systems.
Date published: 2011-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extend a DISH ViP 622 DVR remoteI have a Dish ViP622 DVR in the bedroom. When I relocated the DVR into the closet, I needed a means to extend the IR remote. Parts Express to the rescue. I selected the WHIRH hub with a WHIR2005 low-profile target and a WH2IRME dual emitter. I had a 300ma 12vdc power supply in my junk box. I used about 25 of unshielded CAT5 to extend the target and every things works great. I am very pleased with the quality and I don t regret this purchase. By the way, free shipping and I order on Monday and I get it on Wednesday. Now that s how to please customers.
Date published: 2009-10-23

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Wired Home WHIRH IR Repeater Hub

what corresponding cat5 colored wires (green, brown, blue, orange) connect to the V+, G, ST and IR?

Asked by: paul22ny
You can use any color combination, as long as it is the same on both ends.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-11-05

The description says "a 12 VDC, 2A power supply is recommended for extremely long runs" What PS that PE sells here is the one recommended for this ? (I have a 150 ft cat5e run I'm considering trying this over) (I'm also considering the muxlab 500600)

Asked by: decman
I would recommend the power supply below.http://www.parts-express.com/12-vdc-2000ma-2a-switching-power-supply-us-and-eu-21mm-plug--120-052
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-10-22

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