Logisys PC Remote Start / Reset Controller (RMPC2)

11/5/2012 9:08:28 AM

We go to great lengths to make our computers unique. Logisys’ PC Remote Start / Reset Controller (model RMPC2), provides you with a new feature to do just that. The unit, whose purpose is self-explanatory, comes with two key fob remotes (just like you’d see with a vehicle’s remote starter) and can be hooked up to your system in minutes. Once installed, this convenient remote starter is undeniably helpful for enthusiasts who have placed their PC under a desk, or for an HTPC that’s hidden behind the door of a home entertainment cabinet.

Description: Logisys PC Remote Start / Reset Controller (RMPC2)

Logisys PC Remote Start / Reset Controller (RMPC2)

The RMPC2 comes with a converter cable that connects between the mother-board’s main power header and the 24-pin (adaptable to 20-pin) cable from the power supply. The converter also features a 3-pin connector, which you’ll run to a controller card that delivers power to the card. Logisys also includes a set of cables that you run from the controller to the motherboard’s front panel header, so you’ll have the flexibility to use either the remote or the power/reset buttons on your computer case.

The controller itself fits into a free expansion slot on your case’s rear panel. It doesn’t need to connect to a PCI or PCI-E slot, so you can install it in a location where it won’t block an expansion slot that you’re likely to use in the future. The last connection you’ll need to make is the antenna, which provides the key fob remotes with a range of 100 feet (without any obstacles), according to Logisys. The whole installation process took us around five minutes.

Description: Logisys PC Remote Start / Reset Controller (RMPC2)

We installed the RMPC2 into a system that’s located in our hardware lab. The signal had no trouble passing through the walls and starting/resetting the PC from various distances outside the room. The radio frequency signal worked reliably during the duration of our testing, which is impressive considering the large amount of networking equipment located inside our lab.

The RMPC2 is a fairly inexpensive add-on, and we think the key fob remotes add a nice wow factor.


Price: $24.99

Website: www.logisyscomputer.com

Specs: Range: 100 feet; Frequency: 315MHz; Battery: 12V Alkaline


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