Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) via HDMI allows you to control some functions of your Intel® NUC using your TV remote.
Two types of CEC are available depending on your Intel NUC model: onboard CEC or external CEC.
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The following Intel® NUC Kits have the above external CEC header and an onboard HDMI CEC controller that the BIOS controls. The onboard HDMI CEC controller only supports bidirectional power on/off control:
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|Note||Update the BIOS of your Intel® NUC to the latest version to access the BIOS settings related to onboard CEC.|
To view or change the onboard HDMI CEC settings:
- Press F2 during boot to enter BIOS Setup.
- Go to Advanced > Devices > Onboard Devices.
- In the Legacy Device Configuration pane, enable HDMI CEC Control.
|TV HDMI Port||Configures the HDMI port on the TV that the Intel® NUC is connected to. Choices: || |
|Auto Turn On TV|| |
Determines what happens to the TV when the Intel NUC is turned on or resumes from a sleep state.
|Auto Turn Off TV|| |
Determines what happens to the TV when the Intel NUC goes to sleep or is shut down.
|Wake On TV|| |
Determines what happens to the Intel NUC when the TV is turned on.
|Standby by TV|| |
Determines what happens to the Intel NUC when TV is turned off.
External CECAn external CEC adapter connects to the CEC header on the motherboard. The header is Molex* part number 53398-0471, with a pinout as follows:
CEC adapters and lids that fit the motherboard header are available from these third-party vendors:
The technical product specifications for these models provide details of HDMI CEC expected behaviors.
|Consumer Electronics Control (CEC)|
|How to enable HDMI-CEC|
|BIOS Settings Glossary|