Autor Thema: [FHZ] X10 support integrated in fhem  (Gelesen 632 mal)

Offline Dr. Boris Neubert

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[FHZ] X10 support integrated in fhem
« am: 02 November 2008, 19:17:58 »
                                             

Hi,

fhem now supports X10 devices.

X10 is an international and open industry standard for communication among
electronic devices.  It primarily uses power line wiring for signaling and
control, where the signals involve brief radio frequency bursts representing
digital information. A wireless radio based protocol transport is also
defined. For more details see

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X10_(industry_standard)

If you have an CM11 PC interface you can receive all X10 commands from the
powerline and sent out on/off and dimup/dimdown commands to X10 devices with
fhem.

Sample code:
   define CM11 CM11 /dev/ttyUSB3
   define lamp1 lm12 A 1
   set lamp1 on
   set lamp1 dimdown 10

To use X10 support, you need the latest CVS version of fhem. Detailed
instructions can be found in commandref.html as usual.

pgm3 was modified to support X10 devices as well.

Best regards,
Boris




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