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    Re: MS13 Field of vision

    http://info.spruitnet.nl/gif/ms13.gif

    Am I correct in assuming the middle third of the sensor in the picture detects directly ahead, and the top and bottom thirds detect above and below?

    If so...
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    MS13 Field of vision

    Does anyone have a diagram of the area covered by the MS13. I'm trying to get it avoid detecting our cats walking down the garden. The sensor is mounted at 5ft and it's parallel to the ground. ...
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    Re: Quick macro question

    Spot on, that's exactly what I'm trying to do.

    Back to the drawing board then.
  4. Re: Controlling two lamps with two separate wireless PIR's

    I seem to have a problem with the chime now, after the motion detector is triggered the chime keeps sounding. Ideally I'd like it to sound once, twice at the most. I can't quite work out how to...
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    Re: CM12 Computer interface

    I had a similar problem with a CM11, it wouldn't work correctly under USB but did under RS232.
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    Quick macro question

    I have a lamp module which is timed to come on at dusk and go off at 12:00pm. The lamp module along with an internal chime is also set to come on using a macro linked to a motion sensor.

    Is it...
  7. Re: Controlling two lamps with two separate wireless PIR's

    I've finally got it to work, it seems that the controller didn't want to work via USB even though it was downloading macros OK. Changed to serial port and it worked. Just trying to figure out how...
  8. Re: Controlling two lamps with two separate wireless PIR's

    I've set everything as per your example above. In the macro screen I have just one macro called B4 set to on linked to a lamp unit (A1) and an appliance module (A3). I assume using an appliance...
  9. Thread: CM11

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    CM11

    Does a CM11 need to be plugged directly into a wall socket to work properly or will it work plugged into a extension lead?
  10. Re: Controlling two lamps with two separate wireless PIR's

    I have set the PIR to send B4 which works fine when the lamp and chime are set to B4 but I don't seem to be able to get the controller to work properly. I can get the macro downloaded to the CM11...
  11. Re: Controlling two lamps with two separate wireless PIR's

    Thanks, that's probably saved me a lot of troubleshooting time!!
  12. Re: Controlling two lamps with two separate wireless PIR's

    Thanks for that, I now understand how to do it.

    In order for the controller to switch the lights on at dusk and turn them off at say 12:00 do I need to leave the computer on or will the controller...
  13. Controlling two lamps with two separate wireless PIR's

    Could someone please confirm if my theory is correct.

    I wish to install two PIR's, one at the front of the house and one at the back to switch inside lamps on as someone approaches. However I'd...
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