Port Richey, FL — Next Generation Home Products LLC has achieved a significant sales milestone in February 2009, having shipped more than 100,000 of its award-winning Remote Control Extenders, an affordable product that turns the infrared signal from any remote control into long-range Radio Frequency (RF) signal.
“Our Remote Extender has been called the greatest thing to happen to the remote control since infrared,” said Bob Dolatowski, president of Next Generation. “Since its introduction, it has been such a hit that many of our sales come from customer referral and word-of-mouth. I have the privilege of speaking personally with many consumers who have bought our RF Extender and they can’t believe how well the product works and what a great value it is.”
The Remote Control Extender is designed so that the user only needs to install the RF battery transmitter in place of one of the AA or AAA batteries inside their existing remote control, then point the receiver or attach the bright eye emitter to the component they wish to control. This process converts an existing conventional IR remote control into an RF remote. No direct line-of-sight is needed. If more than one remote is to be controlled, additional battery transmitters can be added.
The Next Generation RF Extender Kit comes supplied with an RF Receiver (i.e. flying saucer) that has a built-in charger, a battery transmitter (available in either 433 or 418 frequencies) that works with most AA and AAA batteries, a single-eye IR Emitter and two rechargeable batteries.