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==Related Articles==
 
==Related Articles==
 
[[Receptacles]]
 
[[Receptacles]]
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==Questions==
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[[Modules Work in Some Locations but not Others|Why do some modules work in some outlets and not in others?]]
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[[Modules Turn On or Off by Themselves|Why do some modules sometimes turn on and off by themselves?]]
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[[Switch Turns Off But Not On|Modules can be turned off but not turned on from the X10 powerline signal. What might cause this? ]]
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[[Switch Turns On But Not Off|Why does my Appliance Module turn on but not off?]]
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[[Modules Turn On Immediately After Being Turned Off|Why does my Appliance Module turn on immediately after being turned off?]]
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[[256 Possible Addresses|Since there are 256 possible addresses, am I limited to 256 controlled devices?]]
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[[Amperage vs. Wattage vs. Horsepower|How do I know if I the module I have selected has enough power? ]]
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[[Amperage vs. Wattage vs. Horsepower|Can horsepower be converted to amps, and vice versa? ]]
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[[Circuit Interrupters And X10|I have an GFI / GFCI outlet- can I control this with X10? ]]
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Revision as of 13:14, 3 July 2014

X10 SR227 and PRO PAO11: Half-Switched SuperSocket Wall Receptacle Module

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Product Pages


Specifications

Weight
0.44 lbs.
Power Supply
120VAC @ 60Hz
Minimum Load
40W
Rating
15A, 1800W


Related Articles

Receptacles


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?

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

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?