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Revision as of 23:18, 11 April 2014

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Model: AM15A, AM486, AM466, HD243, HD245, SR227

Product Pages

Questions

Why do some modules work in some outlets and not in others?

Why do some modules sometimes turn on and off by themselves?

Modules can be turned off but not turned on from the X10 powerline signal. What might cause this?

Why does my Appliance Module turn on but not off?

Why does my Appliance Module turn on immediately after being turned off?

What is the local control feature on the Lamp and Appliance Modules?

Since there are 256 possible addresses, am I limited to 256 controlled devices?

Why are there different voltage ratings for different devices on the back of my Appliance Module?

How do I know if I the module I have selected has enough power?

Can horsepower be converted to amps, and vice versa?

I have an GFI / GFCI outlet- can I control this with X10?


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