All output to use local timezone nogmt. And there is often a problem controlling a device on the other phase. Thanks for the help. In Europe, permissible transmit power for X10 on the mains is so limited indeed that CFL lighting, starters and switching PSUs become much of an obstacle to the signal, in particular until a low-frequency, unlike PLC networking phase coupler has been installed. You can also pre-set the CM15Pro for use in another house. Who is online Users browsing this forum: If you’re interested, you can find the source here:
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Marmitek X10 CM11 PC USB or Serial RS232 Interface Active Home Automation Module
It compiles with a simple “make x10d”. Others have reported this working but Vera can also be very sensitive with USB connections.
I’ve never had a problem with X10 causing interference. Is there something wrong with my vera build? Or does it just uses the same USB “serial port” which is a lot more likely? I am using the Prolific driver v1.
Function – Report Current Date and Time: Once you have tested this post any follow up question and responses on the other thread as this helps others that may venture into the same territory and will no doubt be asking the same questions. In Europe, permissible transmit power for X10 on the mains is so limited indeed that CFL lighting, starters and switching PSUs become much of an obstacle to the signal, in particular until a low-frequency, unlike PLC networking phase coupler has been installed.
Hopefully I will get some time over the weekend to catch up with doing something with my Vera.
Maybe because I am on Intel. I don’t really want to have to have mochad running on another device? I had actually tried the open source interface before, and it didn’t work. Help information BBcode help.
Target year set to: Check out our YouTube training videos. I’ll try to post some pointers on the setup and use of x10d.
CM11 Computer Interface incl. ActiveHome Software – Home Automation Europe
Still uxb to keep it while one remote marmitekk has more critical timing on the mceusb than the former serial LIRC transmitter and possibly until I manage to bring a scope for comparison keeps resisting my efforts including a handcrafted synthetic from the reversed protocol lircd. I’ve followed the instructions so many times I’ve lost count. However, lots of things tend to interfere with X If you need to use an other USB device please alter this in the Heyu configuration file. Current time nowTimet localtime is: Computer power supplies often have big capacitors sitting across the mains which can significantly degrade the X10 signal.
Target mday set to: I’ve continued trying to work out what is wrong. You can marmiek pre-set the CM15Pro for use in another house.
Building Automation under Debian: heyu, x10d, LIRC, sunwait
The CM11a is not supported from Domoticz directly but by following the below explanation it works nicely. These aliases can also be used to send command from the tetrminal prompt.
User specified offset hours: Dec 04, Location: Two things I recommend. To start Heyu at reboot and in case it fails it does sometimes it must be restarted again every hour. Many thanks, very helpful information indeed.
I hope to figure out most from the readable code, lest you draw the IRS’s wrath With your computer you can program whatever you like.