This page provide animations of different scenarios to explain how the different components work.

  • Scenario 1 – Turn light on (using remote control)
  • Scenario 2 – Turn light on (based on time)
  • Scenario 3 – Turn light on (based on motion)
  • Scenario 4 – Turn on Ventilation (based on humidity level)
  • Scenario 5 – Turn light on (based on motion and time)

See the Links section for more information about protocols, vendors, shops etc.

Scenario 1 – Turn on light (remote control)

Please click on the slides below to see the presentation.

  • You can replace the Xanura CTX35 with the Marmitek CM11 or any other device that can send X10 commands to the powerline and is supported in HomeSeer.
  • You can use any type of X10 remote control
  • TIP: this remote control doesn’t only do A1-4 but you can reprogram it to any house- and device-code (like B8-11 or C2-6).

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Scenario 2 – Switch light (based on time)

Please click on the slides below to see the presentation.

  • You can replace the Xanura CTX35 with the Marmitek CM11 or any other device that can send X10 commands to the powerline and is supported in HomeSeer.

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Scenario 3 – Switch light (based on motion)

Please click on the slides below to see the presentation.
Please click on the slides below to see the presentation.

  • You can replace the Xanura CTX35 with the Marmitek CM11 or any other device that can send X10 commands to the powerline and is supported in HomeSeer.
  • You could also use Visonic motion sensors that will send their status to HomeSeer through the RFXCOM receiver. Homeseer can initiate events based on the value/status change of Visonic devices.

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Scenario 4 – Turn on ventilation (based on humidity)

Please click on the slides below to see the presentation.

  • You can replace the Xanura CTX35 with the Marmitek CM11 or any other device that can send X10 commands to the powerline and is supported in HomeSeer.
  • You could also use RFXCOM temperature/humidity sensors.

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Scenario 5 – Turn on light (based on time+motion)

Please click on the slides below to see the presentation.

  • You can replace the Xanura CTX35 with the Marmitek CM11 or any other device that can send X10 commands to the powerline and is supported in HomeSeer.

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Frequencies used

X10 Europe: 433Mhz
X10 US: 315Mhz
Visonic Europe: 433/868Mhz
Visonic US: 315Mhz
Oregon: 433Mhz
NOTE: You can use these devices based on the configuration of your
RFXCOM receiver.

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