You may want to look at the Houselinc from Smartlinc I think this is what you are refering too. The Adicon would be a nice addition to the system you have. For the price, this is one bad dude! OP Post 4 made on Thursday October 28, at I checked with smarthomeinc. February 28th, ,
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Supports up to 6 Adicon units.
You would also need a B. A couple months ago, when I starting working on this plug-in, it appeared that interest in an Ocelot plug-in was dead. Thanks in advance, Michael. I realize the Adicom can control more devices, more IR codes, and macros, but what else makes it 200 Your not even in the same world as the IR with it!
It would replicate the some of the functions of the Adiconn software but also add some functions that you can’t do. Click the Picture Sorry if this does not work. I need to process X signals for example of House code C.
Read up on it! Variables can be set from Device Management page, event actions, and scripting. Also is there a touch panel for Houselinc.
Post 1 made on Wednesday October 27, at We have been doing high end home automation installations in Florida Tampa area and in Upstate NY Rochester area since OP Post 8 made on Monday November 1, at Nguyen Historic Forum Post.
Adiccon 28th, Michael Historic Forum Post. You could have the system tune to the music channel every weekday morning at 7: Since I own a Pronto remote I am planning to setup the Pronto as the main controller. Warren Ceppos Historic Forum Post. Chris Couture Historic Forum Post.
ADICON Expansion Modules Specifications
Can anyone tell me what capabilities the Adicom has that the IR doesn’t? OP Post 5 made on Monday November 1, at Remote Central reserves the right to remove or modify any post that is deemed inappropriate.
25500 Also base on certain time of day or day of the month generate other X Code. Thanks Chris for the info, I am still reading up on it. OP Post 7 made on Monday November 1, at Yes if can but I think you need a [Link: Last edited by Jebus ; March 1st, Or, if you already have an account, please adcion now.
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If the adicon doesn’t work can the homelinc interface with a Pronto to conditionally if, then power control when discretes aren’t available? We have several HS2 installs using Ocelots mostly for IO and were in need to provide an upgrade path for our customers without forcing them to change out their hardware. I have a pronto remote and want to control X10 device from it.
Before you can reply to a message The Adicon is a stand alone processor so no computer is needed to run it.