Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 632.5KB
Operating System: Windows XP/NT/2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.0.0 / 20 May 2005
The ADS IR Blaster is a device that works with personal computers to enable the transfer of data through infrared. How it functions is likened to what happens with remote controls which are used with television sets, mobile telephones, audio systems and video recorders. The ADS IR Blaster works through a USB cable to transfer data through its infrared feature from one device to the other. It does this by detecting these signals and encoding them into signals that a personal computer will understand. This is done through an application used with it known as a micro controller. Girder, an automation software can be used with the ADS IR Blaster for codes detection. By using the ADS IR Blaster, users will be able to access their personal computers by pressing the play button on a remote. When this device is in use with personal computers, users will be able to navigate through their video recorders through signals transmitted from their PC.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The ADS IR Blaster takes the transmission and reception load off personal computers through the use of the micro controller. Its physical dimensions are a height of 5.5 inches, a width of 4.5 inches and a depth of 0.8 inches. It has a net weight of 1 pound and this makes it portable and therefore ideal for mobile users. Users area advised to search online for codes that can be used with other remotes to ensure that they have control of all the devices in the office through the infrared (IR). Users should use the latest version of drivers to ensure that their devices are in top form. This will keep them in high performance and you will also be assured of its stability for a long time. To make sure that the right drivers are in use, it is important to define your operating systems to get the right drivers for every system. Use of wrong drivers may damage your device. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ADS IR Blaster errors before installing any driver updates.