- Transforms a make/break contact into an X10 signal
- It can be triggered by either a low voltage input or a dry contact closure.
- Switches the lights ON when the alarm goes off
- Can be connected to an existing burglar alarm system to flash lights connected to lamp modules and wall switch modules when the alarm trips.
- Sender for controlling appliances and lights, that are plugged into the X10 modules, through the existing house wiring
- Automatically switches all lights (on or flashing) in case of alarm,
without running any extra wires.
- You can use almost every signal as a "trigger" for the SM10: contact closure (relays, switch of alarm keypad), but also any voltage between 6 and 18 V (e.g. doorbell transformer or amplified audio signal).
The SM10 can be used, for instance, to connect your present (non X10 compatible) alarm system to X10 modules:
- A magnetic switch can be connected to the SM10, which can be used to turn lights on and off when opening or closing doors and windows.
- The SM10 can be connected to the switch contacts of a light sensor or motion sensor or an (amplified) microphone or humidity sensor in order to activate X10 modules.
- The door switch of your garage door can be connected to the SM10 to automatically switch on the lights when the door opens, etc...
The PH7208 Extra X10 indoor siren can also be controlled using the SM10. Set the mode switch to position 2 and make sure that both units have been set to the same HouseCode.
- Supply voltage: 230 V / 50 Hz
- Supply current: < 20 mA capacitive
- Signal transmission: > 2,5Vpp, 120 kHz ± 2kHz
- X10 transmission: 1 pulse burst at 0° ,60° and 120°
- Input impedance: > 180 Ohm (P-N) for 120 kHz
- Connectors: Screw connectors for switch contact
- Sends X10 Key codes: All units Off, All Lights On, On, Off.
- Operating temperature range: -10°C to +50°C
- Storage temperature range: -20°C to +70°C
- Dimensions: 56 x 91 x 38 mm
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Do not connect 220VAC directly to the input of the interface.