The Flirc Streacom Receiver is custom Flirc designed specifically for Streacom HTPC hardware. Get all the power and flexibility of Flirc USB, while also being able to power on and off your computer or media center.
Everything you need, including the Flirc Streacom edition and motherboard cables.
Use our cross platform pairing application for easy remote control pairing. You are walked through the setup process one button at a time until your remote is paired. Pair any remote control button with any keyboard key and use our builtin application profiles for easy setup.
Use our cross platform commandline application for complete control and configuration of your flirc. Our commandline application can do everything the GUI can do.
Pair the suspend and wakeup key to any remote control button for complete control of your media center. As long as your motherboard supports wake on USB, you're clicks away.
Your paired remote configuration is saved on your device but you can back it up or share it with our cross platform applications.
Because Flirc acts as a keyboard, our GUI allows you to pair any remote control button with any keyboard key for advanced functionality. Run hot scripts, launch applications, all with a single remote control button.
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IR Transmitter: 35ft (line of sight)
IR Receiver: 38 KHz
Laser engraved stainless steel,
ABS black plastic
Length: 1.5 in
Width: 1.66 in
Height: 0.8 in
Weight: 1 oz
Although Flirc's range depends on the strength of the remote control you are using, it will work up to 20 feet away with most remotes. Like all infrared (IR) devices, Flirc works best when it's placed in the line of site of the remote control.
Launch the Harmony software and add a new device as follows:
Device: Media Center PC
Model: FireTV / Kodi / Plex
Yes, you can use your TV remote control with Flirc as long as your remote control has enough unused buttons and your TV does not respond to the ones you wish to pair with Flirc. We recommend using a universal remote control with Flirc for the best results.
Yes, absolutely. Every software release on Linux/Mac/Windows ships with a commandline version of the pairing software which provides the same functionality as the GUI version.
Flirc only supports IR-based remotes. Remotes that use Bluetooth are unsupported.
Flirc hosts debian repositories, but the software is statically built to work on any distribution of Linux.
Yes, record each button independently.
No, unfortunately, this is a limitation with nearly all remote controls controllers.
Whenever a new major feature set is available, we'll let you know via blog and newsletter.
Yes, a cheap cable like this will work.
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