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 +== Modified sine-wave invertors, will they work with X-10? ==
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 +I'm totally off-grid using alternative energy sources creating DC power and using some Modified sine-wave invertors, which is a square wave, there are sine-wave invertors available, which I haven't found a need for yet. They are actually about a 400 step per cycle waveform and aren't actually a true sine-wave as created with a generator. I'm not that knowledgeable of how X-10 functions and don't know it's methods of how it it transported.
 +Any help is greatly appreciated!
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usb conflicts

hi i have finaly got everything working and then i ran out of hdd space so i ordered an external usb drive to recoard to and it wont see it tryed to plug in a flash drive , wont see that eather, turns out that it wont see anything i try to use that is usb ..exept keyboard/mouse, va12a,and that camera control box thing ( all dumb devices ) anything that uses resorces like flash drv, wireless usb adaptors ect.... nothing

i have a 4 camera kit with 1 ninja p/t, motion,ect... on win xp sp3 2.5 g with 1g ram all was going good till i tried to use the rest of my usb ports

any ideas?

thanks tazz

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Modified sine-wave invertors, will they work with X-10?

I'm totally off-grid using alternative energy sources creating DC power and using some Modified sine-wave invertors, which is a square wave, there are sine-wave invertors available, which I haven't found a need for yet. They are actually about a 400 step per cycle waveform and aren't actually a true sine-wave as created with a generator. I'm not that knowledgeable of how X-10 functions and don't know it's methods of how it it transported. Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks, JakTrak

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