The Uni-Remote is designed to control up to 8 devices: TV, VCR, CBL(decoder, set top box), ASAT (analog satellite receiver), DSAT (digital satellite receiver) or any other device under AUX mode key. The Uni-Remote contains a library of codes thar are preprogrammed into the remote control. This library covers nearlly all the audio video products on the market today. The codes have to be programmed once before use.
The 4073 is a universal command with a tactile screen, with a backlight of deep blue, especially geared towards the control of X-10 devices by encrypted radio frequency (RF) and infrared (IR) signals, allowing however the control of 4 multimedia devices (DVD, TV, etc.) by IR. It is compatible with the X-10 RF encrypted receiver S4022, being able to control all the house codes, unit codes and the X-10 commands “On”, “Off”, “All Lights On”, “All Units Off”, “Dim” and “Bright”. Its memory is well adapted to the day-by-day needs, being able to store 4 macros with up to 8 commands each and to learn IR commands to control 4 different devices. It has a keyboard lock and is supplied with a docking base to be applied to the wall.
Imagine you won't need to tell the kids any more to turn off the lights when they leave their bedroom. With the MS13E Occupancy Sensor, it will be done automatically. Imagine not having to search for a light switch in the dark. The MS13E will turn on the lights when you enter. And for the "sophisticated", with the CM15 Computer Interface you can set up macros to run when the MS13E senses "occupancy" or not. With the CM11E time-delay feature you could have sequenced lighting. So it's not only the garage or front door lights which you may wish to control by the MS13E Occupancy sensor. However, don't forget everytime a light or heater is switched off because nobody is in the room, you save money. The MS13E Motion Detector sends Wireless Radio Frequency (RF) signals to an X10 Transceiver (TM13E) or any X10 security system base receiver. The receiver then passes the signals onto your house wiring to turn on lights (or appliances) around your home. The MS13E will send a RF signal to turn off the light at the users pre-determined time. The user can set the MS13E to turn off at 1,2,4,8,16,32,64, 128 or 256 minimum later as long as no motion has been detected. Note that the MS13E has a built-in photocell that detects when it's dark. The user can select to use the photocell to only turn lights on when it's dark. In this condition the MS13E does not transmit its RF signal during daylight. Alternatively the user may choose not to use the photocell and the MS13E will transmit day and night that there is someone there. In addition, the MS13E sends signals when it detects dusk and dawn so it can turn a light on when it gets dark and turn it off when it gets light (in addition to turning lights on when it detects motion, when it's dark).
The AM19RF ON/OFF Indoor Appliance module from Haibrain® enables you to remotely and wirelessly control your lights and appliances with X10 RF.
The Indoor Appliance module is an X10 RF receiver and is able to receive commands from all RF Transmitters, such as the MS13, SS11 and all other X10 RF controls. The AM19RF converts an incoming RF signal into a direct command (ON/OFF) to your connected light or device.
The AM19RF RF receiver has the same features as the AM17RF. However, the AM19RF is suitable for outdoor use, the lid protects the socket against splash water (IP44). To guarantee that the appliance module is waterproof, we recommended placing the module into a vertically oriented outlet with the hinged lid on top and use an insulated grounding type plug. Secondly make sure the lid is closed when no devices are connected.