The Harmony 1100 is expected to be available in the U. and Europe beginning in February for a suggested retail price of 9.99.
Harmony 1100 remote not updating
Fr those of you who have never used Logitech's Harmony remotes, a setup wizard allows you to enter your components’ make and model numbers and then automagically matches that to the characteristics, discrete codes and infrared commands of the more than 225,000 devices from more than 5,000 manufacturers contained in Logitech’s online database.
Any devices that aren’t in the database can be quickly added and the remote can learn any IR code, provided you have the original (source) remote.
The company later changed its name to Intrigue Technologies and was located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.
Computer peripheral manufacturer Logitech acquired it in May 2004 for US$29 million, turning Harmony remotes into a worldwide phenomenon.
Logitech Harmony is a line of remote controls and home automation products produced by Logitech.
The line includes universal remote products designed for controlling the components of home theater systems (including televisions, set-top boxes, DVD and Blu-ray players, video game consoles) and other devices that can be controlled via infrared, as well as newer "Hub" products that can be used to additionally control supported Internet of things (Io T) and Smart home products, and allow the use of mobile apps to control devices.
Each remote has infrared (IR) learning capability (some later models also include RF support), and can upload information about a new remote to an online device database. All Harmony remotes support one-touch activity based control, which allows control of multiple devices at once.
For example, a home theater setup might include a TV, a digital set top box and a home theater sound system.
To take advantage of this fix, using Harmony Remote Control Software, login to your Harmony account and update your remote.