x10 motion detector sending x10

x10 motion detector sending x10

Post by RUSSELL BURROUGH » Fri, 05 Jan 1996 04:00:00



Can anyone tell me how to modify the standard x10 motion dectetor
(HAS -7340)  to close a contact on a powerflash module or send an x10
on command.
 
 
 

x10 motion detector sending x10

Post by RcWa » Sat, 06 Jan 1996 04:00:00


Get an "Sounder-Acuator" module from Radio Shack (#61-2688). It is
actually an X10 sensitive relay. When it hears it X10 code it responds by
either making a sound  or by closing  a built-in low voltage relay.

 
 
 

x10 motion detector sending x10

Post by Daniel Sen » Sun, 07 Jan 1996 04:00:00



>Get an "Sounder-Acuator" module from Radio Shack (#61-2688). It is
>actually an X10 sensitive relay. When it hears it X10 code it responds by
>either making a sound  or by closing  a built-in low voltage relay.

Did I miss something here? I thought the original poster was asking
how to modify an X10 (alarm system) PIR motion detector to send X10
activation codes (RF) to turn on/off devices. I'd like to hear any
answers to that too. I thought I had seen something like that once,
but have not located it again.

Dan
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x10 motion detector sending x10

Post by Dean E. Phili » Wed, 10 Jan 1996 04:00:00



Quote:

>Can anyone tell me how to modify the standard x10 motion dectetor
>(HAS -7340)  to close a contact on a powerflash module or send an x10
>on command.

Two options:

        Use a security console (receives the signal from the HAS-7340 and
        sends out a 10X command) for roughly $100

        Use a HAS-4081 10X Motion Sensor (instead of the HAS-7340).  This
        unit sends out a 10X "on" command (up to four) on sensing motion,
        and a 10X "off" command after a preset time delay (0.1 minute
        to 30 minutes).  This unit will also send out a 10X "on"
        command, to up to four address on dark, and an "off" command
        on light.  Cost, about $50 each.
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x10 motion detector sending x10

Post by Steve Hale » Wed, 10 Jan 1996 04:00:00


Yes,
I'd like to know too. The PIR just sends RF. The RF base is bad so I'd
like to use the PIR for other stuff
 
 
 

x10 motion detector sending x10

Post by JeffX » Sat, 20 Jan 1996 04:00:00


Did I miss something here? I thought the original poster was asking
how to modify an X10 (alarm system) PIR motion detector to send X10
activation codes (RF) to turn on/off devices. I'd like to hear any
answers to that too. I thought I had seen something like that once,
but have not located it again.

Dan
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Yes Dan,

What the author is looking for is a PR 511 (X-10 module #) which will
activate up to 4 individual units when motions is detected.

Jeff Becker

 
 
 

x10 motion detector sending x10

Post by Michael M. Kn » Sun, 21 Jan 1996 04:00:00



>Did I miss something here? I thought the original poster was asking
>how to modify an X10 (alarm system) PIR motion detector to send X10
>activation codes (RF) to turn on/off devices. I'd like to hear any
>answers to that too. I thought I had seen something like that once,
>but have not located it again.
>What the author is looking for is a PR 511 (X-10 module #) which will
>activate up to 4 individual units when motions is detected.

I don't think so. What I think he was looking for is something like
the old Stanley Wireless Motion Detector 370-2653. This looks just
like a regular alarm PIR, but sends X-10 ON / OFF commands via RF to
trancievers such as the X-10 RR501 or X-10 TM751.

I think Stanley was the only company to offer this, but they are no
longer available. The X-10 PR511 would work, but is a bit clunky
looking for indoor applications!

A regular alarm PIR wired to an X-10 PF284 PowerFlash would work, but
involves a bit of wiring to accomplish the same thing that the Stanley
370-2653 did.

Regards,

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x10 motion detector sending x10

Post by Daniel Sen » Thu, 25 Jan 1996 04:00:00


)
)Did I miss something here? I thought the original poster was asking
)how to modify an X10 (alarm system) PIR motion detector to send X10
)activation codes (RF) to turn on/off devices. I'd like to hear any
)answers to that too. I thought I had seen something like that once,
)but have not located it again.
)
)Dan
)--
)
)Yes Dan,
)
)What the author is looking for is a PR 511 (X-10 module #) which will
)activate up to 4 individual units when motions is detected.
)
)Jeff Becker

I think I'm still missing something. I thought the PR 511 was a wired device?
The concept I though we were discussing in this thread was using the
wireless X10 alarm PIR, but having it send X10 (RF) codes to an RF base,
rather than sending signals to the alarm console.

If the PR 511 is a battery operated, wireless device, then I stand
corrected.

Dan
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1. Using X10 Motion Detectors To Send X10 On Commands


Two options:

        Use a security console (receives the signal from the HAS-7340 and
        sends out a 10X command) for roughly $100

        Use a HAS-4081 10X Motion Sensor (instead of the HAS-7340).  This
        unit sends out a 10X "on" command (up to four) on sensing motion,
        and a 10X "off" command after a preset time delay (0.1 minute
        to 30 minutes).  This unit will also send out a 10X "on"
        command, to up to four address on dark, and an "off" command
        on light.  Cost, about $50 each.
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