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    Re: Current sensing on X10^2 modules?

    Just to confirm, the X10^2 module works fine with my low power (<5W) LED Christmas lights

    Tim
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    Re: Current sensing on X10^2 modules?

    Thanks for the reply toscal. That's interesting information about the newer standard X10 modules, I didn't know they'd changed the design. Unfortunately all my appliance modules are quite old.

    I...
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    Current sensing on X10^2 modules?

    Hi Folks,

    Can anyone tell me whether the new X10^2 appliance modules have problems with low power loads?

    The original X-10 modules allowed some current to "leak" even when turned off to allow...
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    Re: Use US X10 controllers in UK ?

    That's the effect, though the B1 command will actually be sent by your CM12, not the receiver. All the receiver does is tell the PC that it has received an A1 command. It's up to the software on...
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    Re: Use US X10 controllers in UK ?

    In general terms the RF receiver will pick up the radio signal from the palmpad, motion sensor or whatever and send that via a USB or serial connection to a PC.

    You then need some software on...
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    Re: LW12 Wiring - PLease help

    If you want to write your own software, Homeseer do a free ActiveX control (including source code) that might be useful. It's at the bottom of this page.

    You could also have a look at either...
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    Re: Use US X10 controllers in UK ?

    Another possibility (if you are using a PC in your system at least) would be a PC-based RF receiver. These will receive the RF X10 commands and send them to your PC. You can then use appropriate...
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