Enjoy complete flexibility when sending and receiving X10 test signals with the X10 Multi-Tester/Test Transceiver. This comprehensive troubleshooting X10 Transceiver allows you to choose transmit signal levels, single or continuous signal transmission, and decide zero crossing degree shift. The X10 Multi-Tester/Test Transceiver can also display or log the level or frame data on the power line on its easy-to-read LCD screen.
With the X10 Transceiver’s flexible features, you’ll be able to do things such as:
- Generate test signals to verify proper receiver operation
- Display signal strength on line from other transmitters and two-way receivers
- Use to test potential installation sites for possible installation problems
- Pinpoint loads to be filtered by logging power grid noise levels (user-defined time periods up to 24 hours).
Other features of the X10 Transceiver include:
- Can log noise and frame data over a 24-hour period
- Auto transmit mode for system testing
- Adjustable transmit voltage in 33.3mv increments
- Time/Date (24-hour format)
- Selectable 0°, 30°, 60°, 90°, 120° or 150° transmit pulse
- Shows received X10 packets as one frame or two frames (can be used to determine whether signal is repeated or original)
- Can be used as P1 Test Transmitter
This is actually a very common call (and email) for us. Besides folks asking for help on three-ways, (installing wall switches, that is), the mysterious “X10 Blackout” is our next most common request for help. It’s also sometimes difficult for us to explain the problem or the caller to accept the cause. It’s a fairly easy problem to fix since the X10 system was recently working well. We only need to figure out what events triggered the modules to stop responding. Read more
Who says you need a degree in engineering and electronics to enjoy the benefit of a smart home? Getting started with intelligent lighting control is easier and more affordable than ever before, thanks to our Basic Starter Kit! It’s ideal for anyone that wants to control one or more lamps remotely, without getting out of your seat.
Whether the lamp is on the other side of the room, or other side of the house, you can control it from anywhere in the house, so long as there’s an electrical outlet nearby. Set up takes literally seconds, with absolutely no complicated wiring. If you can insert a plug into an outlet, you can set up this starter kit!
Includes everything you need to control one lamp. Once you’re ready to expand, you can control up to seven additional lamps (or groups of lamps) simply by adding expansion LampLinc modules (sold separately). The Basic Starter Kit includes (1) Smarthome LampLinc Essential Module and (1) Mini Controller. Read more
|JOSEPH — LANDENBERG, PA Date: 4/16/2009|
|Review: Great for home security! We can control modules from the kitchen, bedroom, and both cars. It’s nice to turn on lights when arriving home late at night.|
|JOHN — HOUSTON, TX Date: 7/29/2007|
|Review: Perfect absolutely works as I had expected. I had purchased this item from Radio Shack in the past. Radio Shack no longer stocks this item. Over the years I have probably purchased 10 to give as gifts. Radio Shack is no longer stocking this item I will not be doing business with them again. Their batteries for cordless phones do not last. They do not have the selection that Smarthome has. I will be doing my electronic shopping with Smarthome from now on. I AM VERY SINCERE about that. Why don’t you open a store in Houston?|
|WILLIAM — GRANITE BAY, CA Date: 2/16/2007|
|Review: Had one before and works great. Good product|
|MICHAEL — BLOOMINGTON, MN Date: 10/14/2005|
|Review: Really great! Took these to our house in the Cayman islands. I unpacked them and didn’t take the documentations. I was hunting around for the channel setting wheels, couldn’t find them (they don’t have any), and thought I’d bought the wrong product. I went to your website, downloaded the documentation, and found how cool these are — with the auto channel select feature. And, people can turn the lamp on and off with the regular switch if they don’t understand the X10 option. How great is THAT! You guys are wonderful! Thanks|
You already use a remote control to control your home entertainment system, so why not use that same remote to control your lighting?
You’ll be able to dim the lights to your optimal movie-watching level without getting off your comfortable couch, thanks to the Home Theater Lighting Control Starter Kit, an easy-to-install home automation starter kit that uses X10 commands to turn lights on or off or dim them. This kit includes a five-device universal remote control, an X10 console that delivers commands from the remote to your connected lamps, and two plug-in lamp modules. The 5-in-1 RF/IR Learning Remote requires four AAA batteries (sold separately).
Universal Remote Control Lights As Well As A/V Components
You can get rid of the remotes cluttering your coffee table, thanks to the 5-in-1 RF/IR Learning Remote. This universal learning remote will control your television, DVD player, VCR, stereo, and satellite receiver, and it also sends IR commands to the Infrared X10 Command Console, which converts those commands into X10 powerline signals to control lights anywhere in the house.
Control Any Number of X10 Lamps Using A/V Remote
Plug the Infrared X10 Command Console in, and when you press the 5-in-1 RF/IR Learning Remote’s X10 button, the console will deliver your X10 commands to the lamps plugged into the two LampLinc V2 Dimmers. Turn the lights on or off or dim them using this remote. You can also expand your X10 system by installing X10 modules, wall switches, thermostats or drape controllers — you’ll never need to leave your couch again! The keypad on top of the console also provides direct control of up to eight X10 devices, including On/Off, Dim/Bright and All Lights On/Off.
Included Lamp Modules are INSTEON Enabled
The two included LampLinc V2 Dimmers will respond to your X10 commands to control your lights, but these plug-in modules are also enabled with INSTEON technology, which uses both the existing electrical wiring in your home as well as wireless RF signals to create the most reliable network available. Learn more about INSTEON here. Read more
It’s easy with these customizable wall-mounted controllers. They work just like the tabletop X10 controllers but are permanently mounted in a standard wall switch box and fit standard Decora® wall trim plates. This white Wall-Mounted Controller for One Address features On/Off control. A Decora-Style Wall Plate is required and sold separately.
Setup is a snap: simply connect two wires (Hot and Neutral) from inside the wall box to the two leads coming off the controller. To set the button address, just pop off the keypad, and set the house that the transmitter will controlling. You can even combine units in a multiple wall switchbox to build control panels with custom features.
Since these wall-mounted controllers are primarily transmitters of X10 signals, they do not have the ability to directly control a load. If you are replacing an existing switch (mechanical or X10) with a wall-mounted controller, you will need a X10 receiver to do the switching of the load formerly controlled by the switch. We suggest using Fixture Relay Modules or Plug-In Modules (for locations where the switch controlled an outlet). Read more