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==XPNR==
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=='''PRO XPNR: In-Circuit Noise Reducer'''==
  
'''In-Circuit Noise Reducer'''
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[[Image:Xpnr.png]]
 
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==SPECIFICATIONS==
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Are you having problems controlling a fluorescent ballast or other electrically noisy device from an X10 wall switch or in-wall module? Then you should try the XPNR. It installs between the device making the noise and the module controlling it. It muffles signals above and below the X10 frequency when noise is detected, helping the X10 signal to get through.
 
Are you having problems controlling a fluorescent ballast or other electrically noisy device from an X10 wall switch or in-wall module? Then you should try the XPNR. It installs between the device making the noise and the module controlling it. It muffles signals above and below the X10 frequency when noise is detected, helping the X10 signal to get through.
  
*[http://www.x10pro.com/pro/pdf/xpnr.pdf Installation]
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==Product Pages==
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*[http://www.authinx.com/manuals/X10/XPNR.pdf Detailed XPNR Instructions]
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*[http://www.x10.com/xpnr-noise-reducer.html Purchase XPNR]
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==Specifications==
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;Dimensions: 1.25" in diameter, 2.5" long
 
;Dimensions: 1.25" in diameter, 2.5" long
  
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[[category: Specifications]]

Revision as of 00:01, 10 May 2014

PRO XPNR: In-Circuit Noise Reducer

Xpnr.png

Are you having problems controlling a fluorescent ballast or other electrically noisy device from an X10 wall switch or in-wall module? Then you should try the XPNR. It installs between the device making the noise and the module controlling it. It muffles signals above and below the X10 frequency when noise is detected, helping the X10 signal to get through.

Product Pages


Specifications

Dimensions
1.25" in diameter, 2.5" long