"I can't take it. Turn it off sweetheart."
―Han Solo asks his granddaughter Allana to turn off his vidwall using a remote and a control receptor[src]

Control receptors, also known as signal receivers, were devices with which remotes could interact to turn on or off a vidwall. In 43 ABY the heir to the Hapan throne, Allana Solo used a remote and a control receptor to turn on her families vidwall to watch The Perre Needmo Newshour, a news show, with her grandfather Han Solo in their families' apartment. After viewing the show for a short time however Han asked his granddaughter to turn off their vidwall using a remote, prompting her to aim the remote at the control receptor and switch off the viewing device.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

A Control receptor first appeared in the 2009 novel Fate of the Jedi: Abyss which was written by Troy Denning as the third instalment in the Fate of the Jedi series.


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