Low-cost, easy-to-implement networking solution for Zigbee Remote Control and Zigbee Input Devices.
Control Your IoT World
Rf4ce is designed to provide low-power, low-latency control for a wide range of products including home entertainment devices, garage door openers, keyless entry systems and more. In combination with the Zigbee Remote Control and Input Device profiles, rf4ce results in remote controls without line-of-sight restrictions that also deliver two-way communication, longer range of use, and extended battery life.
Simple and Intuitive
Simple and intuitive discovery and pairing mechanism with full application confirmation.
Seamless integration with other Zigbee standards in the Smart Home.
All ZigBee RF4CE devices support channel agility across all three permitted channels.
Security key generation mechanism with option to renew key after pairing is established and utilizes the industry standard AES-128 security scheme.
Easy to Use
Simple pairing and commissioning.
Simple pairing and commissioning. Power-save mechanism that allows both controller devices as well as target devices to manage their power consumption by entering a power-saving mode.
IR Legacy Support
Many Zigbee rf4ce remote controls include an IR database for control of legacy consumer electronics equipment.
The Zigbee rf4ce specification provides a cryptographic mechanism to protect the
Find My Remote
Standards-based two-way communication heart beat to enable “find my remote” feature and upload of new firmware image and meta data.
Rf4ce in the Market
The Zigbee rf4ce specification provides multi-vendor, interoperable home entertainment solution for consumer electronics featuring a simple, robust and low-cost communication network for two-way wireless connectivity.
Commercial uses for rf4ce can include entertainment devices, lighting, fan control, garage door openers, and keyless entry systems.
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