COVID-19 Update (September 16th) — While our offices remain closed to the general public, Musson has resumed selected operations in compliance with county guidelines. Non-contact pickup remains available for customers who place their order online, by email, or by phone.
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Discontinued in October 2017, parts and support still available. A new RFR product is in development and slated for release in early 2018. In the meantime, please use the following alternatives for Apple/Android devices: • Eos Family – iRFR or aRFR • Cobalt Family – iRFR Classic or aRFR Classic
ETC's Net3 Radio Focus Remote (RFR) provides a comprehensive wireless solution for remote control from wherever you are in your venue. The RFR is compatible with ETC Eos family and Congo family consoles, the Eos/Ion RPU, and Congo Light Server RPU. This small, hand-held transmitter unit with built-in display and encoders provides access to frequently used commands for dimmer and channel checks as well as all moving-light manual controls. The handheld unit's NimH batteries may be recharged by any active USB port in the system. The small receiver unit plugs directly into and is powered by the USB port on the console or RPU/Light Server.
Wireless communication with a 300' radio range (indoor, up to 650' with ideal conditions)
Commonly used commands for conventional and moving light focus and basic record and playback
Soft key access for most other console commands
Supports multiple units on one receiver
Supports multiple systems operating separately in same area
Rechargeable NimH batteries power transmitter
Wrist strap/lanyard hanging point
ETC recently overhauled their aRFR(Android) and iRFR(Apple) apps. Using your Android/iOS device and a WiFi hotspot you get all the functionality of this Net3 RFR and more! aRFR/iRFR have a 5 day demo mode, but require an in-app $50 donation to Behind the Scenes after the demo period.