This All House Code kit is comprised of 3 components that allows you to increase the range you receive RF signals in your home. The kit consist of a V572AE, a XM10 and a 9V 150mA plug-in power supply unit.
The V572AE provides a high-power alternative to the TM13 RF Interface. It not only has the ability to receive on all 16 House Codes, it also provides enhanced reception range and more customised control. Because the V572AE receives on all 16 house codes, you can replace 16 normal TM13 transceivers with a single V572AE!
An external antenna is included with the V572AE that can be mounted in your outdoor entertaining areas to expand your system outdoors. This will also give you enhanced performance when using your X10 home control remote controls from your car. A state-of-the-art receiver, users are achieving impressive ranges with ordinary X10 remotes like the KR22 key chain remote, MS13 motion sensors and palm pad remotes:
“I have set the unit on the floor in my entry way. I slowly converted all my wireless devices over to using it, and removing the various TM13 receivers around the house. My farthest outdoor sensor, a MS13, is down my driveway a bit, about 15 metres from the house. It could barely operate a TM13 placed outside on the verandah, 10 metres from the receiver. With the V572AE, it is reliably working at a distance of almost 60 metres from the antenna, with the antenna sitting on the floor.” - Nathan
How it Works:
An internal receiver detects incoming RF signals generated by X10 remote devices. These signals are filtered by an optional user defined list of allowed house and unit codes. The approved signals are sent to an XM10 power line interface module (not included) which then transmits the X10 signals through the power line to receiving X10 home control modules controlling your lights and appliances.
- Receives all 256 house/unit code addresses
- External antenna package for extended range
- Custom house & unit code filtering via configuration software
- Filtering settings are not lost during power loss
- Replace up to 16 TM13 RF interfaces with 1 V572AE Transceiver!
The V572AE requires a 9V D.C. power supply, which is not included. See our home control > accessories section for power supplies. In order to transmit X10 home control signals, the V572AE also requires an XM10 Interface.
Also known as HA136.
Designed to connect third–party hardware such as alarm systems and other home automation systems to X10.
How it works
Installation is simple. Just connect the XM10 to a 240V power point and then connect the cable supplied with your 3rd party hardware to both the XM10 and the hardware. That’s all there is to it, any further instruction will be included within the instructions for your hardware.
A red LED on the XM10 indicates the power is on. The LED will blink as X10 signals are being received or transmitted.
Also known as HA124.
9V 150mA plug-in power supply unit for use with the V572AE and W800RF products