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 on: Today at 06:39:29 am 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by Tuicemen
The Broadlink is capable of learning All X10 RF codes even the security codes.
If your unable to learn a specific X10 code (other then security ones) feel free to request it.
I'm sure someone will be able to help!


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 on: Today at 04:09:19 am 
Started by davidm - Last post by Tuicemen
Ok your attempting to turn a light on in the evening and stay on till the next day.
I'm not sure that was ever working from AHP ???

If I remember originally timers had to include both On and Off timers and
Off only was added latter from suggestions. 
And maybe as a safety thought timers were not allowed to only turn on devices ??? ::) :`)

I've never attempted what your attempting, all my timers contain both a on and off. (other then Macro timers)
I've triggered Macros with a timer so this make work for you.
You may need to create a macro that turns on the light and then create a timer to activate it at the on time you wish ;>


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 on: July 27, 2017, 03:02:16 pm 
Started by davidm - Last post by davidm
They are on different days.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/5qqa7ubfufopadr/screenshot%202.docx?dl=0
I've been playing around with adding on's and off's - and no "on" timer seems to work.

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 on: July 27, 2017, 01:21:14 pm 
Started by davidm - Last post by Tuicemen
you stated the module turns off at a specific time with a timer.
Why is the on & off not combined in one timer?
You must have a separate off timer, this may be over riding the On timer.
Can you supply a screen shot of the off timer which is working?

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 on: July 27, 2017, 11:44:15 am 
Started by davidm - Last post by davidm
I don't know how to do that directly (I got an error message that my message exceeded the allowablt character limit), so here is a link https://www.dropbox.com/s/gy5m3pqeh1qu4iu/screenshot.docx?dl=0

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 on: July 26, 2017, 12:46:25 pm 
Started by koenbro - Last post by Tuicemen
As Brian stated use google there are many pi x10 solutions .
I've been playing lately with a BroadLink Rm Pro which is a small inexpensive RF & IR universal HUB there are Android apps for this which will give you web and Alexa control.
It does learn x10 RF both regular and security codes.
I'm using it with HA-Bridge and some Android apps there is also an Alexa skill which will allow you to voice control AV devices. The skill is very new and still needs work.
 (Chr)

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 on: July 26, 2017, 12:13:14 pm 
Started by koenbro - Last post by Brian H
A web search for X10 and Raspberry pi.
Will find you many hits.
 

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 on: July 26, 2017, 10:51:03 am 
Started by koenbro - Last post by koenbro
Thanks for the reply, HA Bridge seems promising. Any other solutions?

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 on: July 26, 2017, 10:34:00 am 
Started by koenbro - Last post by Tuicemen
There are at the moment a couple of ways to integrate X10 with Wi-Fi
Since you mentioned a Rasberry PI I assume you have one.
You could get HA-Bridge and install it to that this would give you Wi-Fi Access as well as Alexa control if you have any alexa devices. You would also need the drivers to talk to a X10 interface.
then in the HA-Bridge you add the device and specify the code to send an ON/OFF and Dim commands.
I'm not familiar with Rasberry Pi so but there is lots of info on GitHub for using with one.
 (Chr)

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 on: July 26, 2017, 09:49:47 am 
Started by koenbro - Last post by koenbro
Hello, I have just bought a house that came with X10 pool (pump, spa and lighting) controls. I am now learning about X10, bought a new remote and got the system to work, and was wondering if I could integrate it somehow into the home wifi? Any Android or iOS apps or Python/Java/other Linux software or scripts to do that? Obviously some hardware bridge will also be needed, but I do not have permanently running PC so maybe I could use a RaspberryPi? Many thanks to all.

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