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Post 1 made on Sunday February 26, 2017 at 19:09
Junior Member
February 2017

We have been putting Samsung Digital Displays in our kitchens so that our cooks can toggle between our internal channels and see training videos/job aids etc. The challenge is the remotes are a) big and b) cumbersome which slows our team down. We are trying to have a simple remote with 2 (or more if needed) button so they can simply hit the up or down and toggle. Does anyone know of any IR remotes that would work? Thanks!
Post 2 made on Sunday February 26, 2017 at 19:59
Daniel Tonks
Wrangler of Remotes
October 1998
In terms of something you can just buy and use off the shelf with 2 buttons: doesn't exist. But depending on your budget and how many you actually need, I'm sure something could be created (ie. maybe hard-wired waterproof switches that control a Raspberry Pi that sends out the appropriate IR (or RS232/IP control depending on the TVs you're using). Some remote backend systems could maybe work with similar type of triggers.

Failing that, you could look for assistive products like [Link:] or [Link:] (cannot say whether those will actually work, but more the concept of a remote for those with special needs).

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