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'[PIC]: X10 transmitter and decoder?'
I've been doing some searching, and havent really come up with anything
other than finding a circuit that does use a 16C54, fed directly from the
mains (or pretty much so) and decodes the X10 data. Since X10 is now public
domain (I think...since the patent expired?) has anyone done this, without
using the PLIX or some other commercial thing? I'd like to build some X10
capability into a few things, but hate to pay the price for it.
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Hi, I have designed and built my own X10 receivers without needing the 523
interface. They use standard discrete components for interfacing with the
My units plug directly into the mains, and need no code switches for
house/unit definition; they store this in the EEPROM. They also have some
more features over the original modules.
Also, they are based on the 16F84 / 16F628, chips which are more readily
available and are current.
Do you have a business proposition in mind?
Do write back if you are interested.
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