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X-10 Interface Design

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Luhan Monat, Jan 9, 2004.

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  1. Luhan Monat

    Luhan Monat Guest

    Hi,

    Anybody got a line on an x-10 interface to the power line. I don't want
    a commercial unit, just some circuits to look at. I've Googled this to
    death and not gotten anywhere.
     
  2. mike

    mike Guest

    There's some info in Microchip application note 236.
    St.com has a ST7 8-bit mcu family user guide with some
    additional info. Not sure they can be easily found today.

    There used to be tons of stuff on the web, but all the links I
    tried are broken. I have schematics for some of the remote modules
    if you have a specific request.
    mike

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  3. Mark Zenier

    Mark Zenier Guest

    Have you tried the Circuit Cellar magazine web site? www.circuitcellar.com


    Mark Zenier Washington State resident
     
  4. David Knaack

    David Knaack Guest

    Just in case anyone else is looking, the first two links found here:

    http://www.circuitcellar.com/HCS/PDFindex.htm

    Contain just about everything you might want to know about X-10
    transmission. The articles are:

    Power-Line Based Computor Control-The X-10 PL513 Power line Interface
    Module, by Ken Davidson, #3,1988, pg.4.

    The X-10 TW523 Two-Way Power Line Interface-A Step toward closed-loop
    power control, by Ken Davidson, #5,1988, pg.34.

    And of course there is a whole load of other great articles about home
    automation stuff there too.

    DK
     
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