Can Harmony Hub learn RF commands?

Can Harmony Hub learn RF commands?

Well, the answer is no. All Harmony models, including the new Harmony 300, can only control IR (infrared) devices. Harmony remotes cannot control RF devices.

Does Harmony elite have RF?

They are, however, compatible with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, which the Harmony Elite supports through its bundled Harmony Hub. The remote communicates with the Hub via RF signals, and the Hub can then communicate with all your devices over infrared, Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth—whatever they support.

Does Harmony Hub use RF?

The Harmony Smart Control remote and Harmony Smart Keyboard don’t control devices directly, but communicates with the Harmony Hub using radio frequency (RF) that then relays the command to your devices using IR. The remote does not require a direct line of sight with your devices, nor with the hub.

Does Kasa work with Harmony?

Some of the Harmony remotes include the Harmony Hub. This hub works directly with several types of Smart Home devices, but not TP-Link Kasa (at least not as of November, 2018.) The hub does, however, support If This Then That (, which DOES support Kasa devices.

Is Harmony 650 IR or RF?

The 650 and the 700 each feature easy setup using your computer, a USB cable, and Logitech’s intuitive software. Depending on when it was manufactured, the 650 may support only Infrared technology. Newer models of the 700 support both Infrared and RF (radio frequency).

Is Harmony Hub IR or RF?

Harmony Hub turns RF signals from the remote into IR or Bluetooth commands your devices can understand and can’t see—behind closed cabinet doors or walls. Control up to 15 devices including your Xbox One, Wii, or PS3, plus your Internet subscription services, like Netflix or Hulu.

Can I have 2 Harmony hubs?

Yes, you can have two different hubs setup in the same house with different sets of configurations. As long as you do not interchange the remotes and try to control, you should do just fine. 2 of 4 found this helpful.

How do I trigger IFTTT Webhook?


  1. Go to the IFTTT website, click Sign up, and follow the prompts to create an IFTTT account.
  2. Once logged in, click My Applets.
  3. Click the Services tab.
  4. Click the Webhooks icon.
  5. Click Connect.
  6. Click Settings.
  7. Copy the webhook key portion of the URL displayed.
  8. Click My Applets.

Does Harmony Hub Support Z-Wave?

The Harmony Hub Extender is a newly announced box that can add ZigBee and Z-Wave support to your Harmony Hub. So in addition to all of the previously announced smart home systems that the Harmony is compatible with, you can add in all sorts of other connected options.