What kind of RT300 controller do I have?
Please see the attached photo to identify the type of RT300 controller you have.

If you have one of the original RT300 controllers you also need to look at the "Build number" on the rear of the controller.  The build number indicates some of the capabilities of the controller as follows:

If the build is greater than 5 the controller has WiFi.
If the build is less than 12 the controller is incompatible with RT50s.
If the build is greater than or equal to 12 the controller can be upgraded to work with RT50.
If the build is greater than 16 the controller is fully compatible with RT50s.
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RTI Controller Model Identification This photo will help you visually see what controller you have to help get support specific to your model. Controller models.jpg
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Created on Dec. 18, 2012 at  7:23 PM (EST). Last updated by Barriskill, Andrew on Jan.  1, 2016 at  9:30 AM (EST). Owned by Piwko, Tony.
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