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Thread: X10 CM11A Plugin Development

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    I have modified the X10.Exe application so
    1. It only allows a single instance to run at a time
    2. You can pass either a single command or a text file of multiple commands

    The format of the text file is
    COM1
    A 3 On
    A 2 Off
    A 3 Dim 50
    etc
    To pass a single command
    X10 Com1 A 3 Dim 50
    To pass a text file
    X10 file.txt

    Cheers
    Graeme

  2. #42
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    Dec 2002
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveV
    Do I need a CM11a first.
    Yup. And don't forget that you'll also need to have a free com port on the PC your Slink-e is connected to.

    --Steve
    Does the Slink-e plug-in work with slinkserv, or does it require unshared access to the slink-e?

  3. #43
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    Burlington, MA, USA
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    bgkorn,

    Welcome to Girder

    It uses slinkserv.

    --Steve

  4. #44
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    Mastiff wrote:

    "I use Girder with HomeSeer, and that works great. You can make batchfiles for Girder to call, and they will trigger any event in the X-10 control that you'd like. For instance: I have two pc's running Girder, the HTPC and my server. To the server I've attached the CM11A, so when I press pause the DVD will pause and the lights go on. Neat, huh? "
    Mastiff seems to have done exactly what I'm looking for. I'm not intresting in sending X10 commands directly from Girder but sending Girder events to Homeseer. That way I could have Girder recieve the IR commands through the IR Reciever and send them to Homeseer that is then going to execute X10 commands.

    Mastiff, could you please share with us how you have done it? How do you send the commands (local or network), do you use any plug-ins? Is your setup reliable?

    thanks
    pulp

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