05-23-2012 04:37 AM
I have just been made aware that Harmony 1100 and RF Extenders from different parts of the world are not compatible together.
I originally got a harmony 890 off eBay from china which came with the RF extender. Now the remote has stopped working I want to upgrade to a 1100.
The number on my extender are:
How do I find out what part of the world where to buy a compatible harmony 1100 remote from and when I'm buying the remote how can I be sure that it will be compatible with my existing RF extender. E.g. do you match the numbers from the extender to the remote?
I live in Australia and can't buy a remote from here as they are the 1100i model and are not compatible at all with any RF extender.
I was hoping to just buy one from the USA?
Thanks for your help.
05-24-2012 07:28 AM
Harmony 1100 should be compatible with any RF extender.
Harmony 1100i is not compatible with RF extender.
Once you have purchased a harmony 1100 any RF extender should work. it doesnt matter where you purchase it
05-24-2012 06:23 PM
05-26-2012 07:23 AM
Based on the P/N of your Logitech Harmony RF Extender, it is a North American version. You should purchase a Harmony H1000 that is a North American version as well. The P/N of the Harmony 1100 that is compatible with your RF Extender is 815-000043.
05-28-2012 04:19 AM
Thank you for your reply. The most common part number I can find for sale on ebay.com is PN 915-000074.
Is this the same as the 815-000043????
What is the differance between the the 915-000074 and the 815-000043???
05-30-2012 06:39 AM
The difference between the 2 part numbers is that 815-numbers are use for internal purposes, but the product itself is the same.