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==RR501==
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=='''X10 RR501 and PRO PAT01: 2-Way Transceiver'''==
'''TRANSCEIVER, 2-WAY'''
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[[image:RR501.jpg|thumb]]
 
[[image:RR501.jpg|thumb]]
=== SPECIFICATIONS  ===
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==Product Pages==
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*[http://www.authinx.com/manuals/X10/RR501.pdf Detailed RR501 Instructions]
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*[http://www.authinx.com/manuals/X10/PAT01.pdf Detailed PAT01 Instructions]
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*[http://www.x10.com/RR501.html Purchase RR501]
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*[http://www.x10.com/PAT01.html Purchase PAT01]
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==Specifications==
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;Weight:  0.46 lbs.   
 
;Weight:  0.46 lbs.   
 
;FCC ID:  B4S5WFX-10-RR501   
 
;FCC ID:  B4S5WFX-10-RR501   
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;Lamps (incandescent, fluorescent, halogen, low voltage): 500W
 
;Lamps (incandescent, fluorescent, halogen, low voltage): 500W
 
;TV: 400W
 
;TV: 400W
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==FAQS==
  
 
[[Converting RF to Powerline|Why do I need a transceiver? ]]
 
[[Converting RF to Powerline|Why do I need a transceiver? ]]
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Revision as of 20:58, 1 May 2014

X10 RR501 and PRO PAT01: 2-Way Transceiver

RR501.jpg


Product Pages


Specifications

Weight
0.46 lbs.
FCC ID
B4S5WFX-10-RR501
Power Supply
120VAC @ 60Hz
Power
6W

Max Loads:

Resistive
15A
Motor
1/3 HP
Lamps (incandescent, fluorescent, halogen, low voltage)
500W
TV
400W


FAQS

Why do I need a transceiver?