AnonymousSeptember 1, 2007 at 12:56 amPost count: 9
I’m anxiously awaiting the arrival of this device! Any ideas on a launch date?
I’m also happy to update Homeseer to support this device via the insteon plugin’s external script support. I’m having great success with my EZsnsRF already. Best motion sensor solution ever!
-tAnonymousSeptember 1, 2007 at 5:38 amPost count: 256
Thanks for the feedback!
The switch just passed its safety certification tests and will be available in quantity at the end of September.
Support should be easy as it looks just like the ApplianceLink on/off switch.AnonymousSeptember 1, 2007 at 10:28 amPost count: 192
That sounds like a welcome addition to the Insteon type devices.
Looking like a ApplianceLinc V2 should make it very easy to use.AnonymousOctober 25, 2007 at 9:38 pmPost count: 6
Cost and availability?AnonymousOctober 27, 2007 at 2:23 pmPost count: 256AnonymousNovember 20, 2007 at 11:29 pmPost count: 9
just received 3 units from your direct sales — at long last, the last remnants of X10 can be purged from memory. The construction feels solid and the board’s very pretty.
any ideas on an outdoor enclosure that can mount 3 or more of these things in a single unit?AnonymousNovember 21, 2007 at 8:22 pmPost count: 192
I recently got one also. I have done some tests and like it so far.
I did find that HouseLinc Desktop can’t ID the units Device Catalog string; but manually setting ApplianceLinc as type seems to work fine for now. As Smarthome has also added a few new devices like the OutletLinc. I guess an ID data file update may soon be in order.
Mine works fine with HouseLinc Desktop and Ken Millers InHomeFree Program. Also works fine with an X10 address and my older 1132CU.
My test board isn’t 220 Volts but as indicated only Line 1 and Neutral power the unit so it worked fine on my test board with 120 volts.
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