Logitech Harmony 1000 Remote Control Reviewajmatson - December 11, 2007
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The installation of the Harmony 1000 is pretty simple. You have to flip the unit over and carefully remove the battery panel from the back. Line up the battery pack and place it in the unit. Replace the lid and then the power will start up on the Harmony 1000.
To install the Wireless Extender, you must first pick a place to put it. This can be set on a surface or mounted on a wall. It must be placed by a power outlet so it can draw the power needed to operate. Then plug in as many of the IR transmitters that are needed and route them to where they can control your devices. Now you can go anywhere (up to the 100 foot limit) in your house and have total control over you audio and visual devices without having to return to them to operate them.
When everything is connected properly three LEDs on the front of the Wireless Extender will glow a light red. This shows that the power, RF receiver, the connection status of the unit, and if it is ready for signals. (Note: I tried to get a picture with the LEDs glowing but they were too dim to show up in the picture).