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==Answer==
 
==Answer==
  
Plug in the PowerHorn siren, then define an AM466 Three-Pin Appliance Module in ActiveHome Pro at the address of the PowerHorn. Build a Macro with a different Trigger Code than the PowerHorn's address. Put the following steps in the macro:
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Plug in the PowerHorn siren.
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Define an AM466 Three-Pin Appliance Module in ActiveHome Pro at the '''SAME''' address as the PowerHorn.
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[[Image:PH TEST.JPG]]
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Build a Macro with a ''''''different Trigger Code'''''' than the PowerHorn's address.
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[[Image:PH TRIG.JPG]][[Image:PH TRIG2.JPG]]
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Put the following steps in the macro:
  
 
*Delay 2 Seconds
 
*Delay 2 Seconds
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*Appliance Module On
 
*Appliance Module On
  
You should repeat this sequence of steps at least 4 times. After building this macro, go to the room in which it resides, then click its Run Macro button. The siren should go off.
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You should repeat this sequence of steps at least 4 times.  
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[[Image:PH MACRO.JPG]]
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After building this macro, go to the room in which it resides, then click its Run Macro button.
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The siren should go off.
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About 5 seconds after the macro finishes running, the siren should stop sounding.

Latest revision as of 19:37, 20 May 2014

Question

How can I control a PowerHorn siren from ActiveHome Pro?

Answer

Plug in the PowerHorn siren.

Define an AM466 Three-Pin Appliance Module in ActiveHome Pro at the SAME address as the PowerHorn.

PH TEST.JPG

Build a Macro with a 'different Trigger Code' than the PowerHorn's address.

PH TRIG.JPGPH TRIG2.JPG

Put the following steps in the macro:

  • Delay 2 Seconds
  • Appliance Module On
  • Delay 2 Seconds
  • Appliance Module On

You should repeat this sequence of steps at least 4 times.

PH MACRO.JPG

After building this macro, go to the room in which it resides, then click its Run Macro button.

The siren should go off.

About 5 seconds after the macro finishes running, the siren should stop sounding.