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v1 (Home Edition)
Home Automation Software for Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005
mControl v1 (Home Edition) User Manual
Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS.....2 INTRODUCTION......5 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS.....6 SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS......6 mControl (Automation) Service.....6 mControl (User Interface) Client....6 MEDIA CENTER INTERFACE.....6 Screen Settings.....6 Supported Media Center Extenders.....6 SUPPORTED HARDWARE.....7 Security Camera Support.....7 IR Support.....7 INSTEON Protocol......8
Two-way Communication of INSTEON Devices Using Linking....9 X10 to INSTEON Translator......11
X10 Protocol......12 Adapter Support......13 Device Support......14
INSTEON Device Behavior.....14 X10 Device Behavior......14
INSTALLATION STEPS.....15 STEP 1 - INSTALL MCONTROL SOFTWARE.....15 STEP 2 - START MCONTROL SOFTWARE....16 STEP 3 ACTIVATING MCONTROL.....17 mControl Trial Version.....17 Activating mControl.....17 Using mControl with a Dial-up Internet Connection....17 USING MCONTROL SOFTWARE.....18
mControl (User Interface) Client.....18 mControl (Automation) Service....18 mControl Client and Service Interaction....18 MCONTROL USER INTERFACE....19 Zone View Screen......19
Zones Area.......19 Devices Area......20 Access to mControl Settings.....21
Settings Options......22 Configuration Options......22 mControl Information......23
Configuration Options......24 Configuration Settings (Main).....25 Configuration Settings (Location)......26
Manage Zones Screen......27
Manage Zone Options......27 Zone Configuration......28
Add Zone Screen.....29
Add Zone Options......29 Zone Name.......29
Edit Zone Screen.....30
Edit Zone Options......30 Zone Configuration......31
Edit Device Screen.....32
Edit Device Options......32 Device Configuration Menu.....33 Device Settings (Main)......33 Device Settings (Advanced).....35
Automation Options......36 Macro List......37
Add Macro Screen.....38
Add Macro Options......38 Macro Configuration Menu......39 Macro Configuration (Main).....39 Macro Configuration (Device)......40 Macro Configuration (Time).....41 Macro Configuration (Schedule).....42
Edit Macro Screen.....43
Add Macro Options......43
Action List Screen......44
Action List Options......44 Action List Settings......45
Edit an Action Screen.....46
Edit an Action Options......46 Action Settings......47
Automation Options......48 Camera List......48
Add Camera and Edit Camera Screens....49
Edit Camera Options.....49 Camera Settings......50
IR Control Screen......51
IR Control Options......51 IR Control Configuration.....51
IR Command Options......53 IR Commands.......53
ADVANCED MCONTROL FUNCTIONALITY....54 Using Macros.....54
Device Triggered Macros......54 Time Triggered Macros.....57
Setting up a Camera.....60 Configuring and Using a Global Cach IR System...65
IR Commands and Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005....69
Configuring mControl Clients.....70
Using mControl from a remote PC using Internet Explorer.....70 Adding mControl to a remote Windows XP Media Center Edition PC....70 Adding mControl to the Start Menu of a Windows XP Media Center Edition PC....71
Custom User Settings......72 System Configuration Settings......73
V1.31 V1.30 V1.30 V1.20 V1.11 V1.10 V1.00
RELEASED DECEMBER 2005.....74 RELEASED NOVEMBER 2005.....74 RELEASED NOVEMBER 2005 (CONTINUED)...75 RELEASED SEPTEMBER 2005.....76 RELEASED ON AUGUST 3, 2005....76 RELEASED ON JULY 21, 2005....77 (RELEASE CANDIDATE 1) RELEASED ON JUNE 13, 2005...78
Preferred for mControl compatability. Will work, but some INSTEON commands may be lost due to non-queuing capability of the older firmware. We recommend that you contact Smarthome/INSTEON to upgrade to the v1.6 of the Adapter.
v1.4 or below
v2.08 or below
Support for most INSTEON devices, including: - 2476D - SwitchLinc V2 Dimmer - 2476S - SwitchLinc V2 Relay - 2456D3 - LampLinc V2 3-Pin - 2456S3 - ApplianceLinc V2 3-Pin - 2486D KeypadLinc V2 Compatible with most INSTEON transceivers and remotes, including: - 2430 - ControLinc - 2442 - SignaLinc RF
Two-way Communication of INSTEON Devices Using Linking
mControl automatically links all entered INSTEON devices within the 2414U INSTEON Adapters on-board device database (called PLC Database). This ensures that mControl can listen to incoming INSTEON messages related to the device and update the status for that device if it changes. If devices are not linked, mControl can recognize status changes only if theses changes are initiated by mControl status changes from external sources, say a ControLinc, will not be recognized. mControl uses the following methods to update the PLC Database: Upon start-up, mControl tries to link all the INSTEON addresses within the mControl database. Upon entry of an INSTEON device using the Add/Edit Device page, mControl will attempt linking of the new device Upon deletion of an INSTEON device using the Edit Device page, mControl will attempt to remove the link of the deleted device Upon modification of an INSTEON address using the Edit Device page, mControl will attempt to remove the link of the unused device and link the address of the new device mControl uses the following methods to update the status of devices stored in the mControl database and shown on the screen: Upon start-up, immediately after the linking process, mControl inquires for the status of each device and listens for the acknowledgement message Upon each command or macro, mControl listens for the acknowledgement message If the device is linked in the PLC Database, mControl is also able to listen for acknowledgements sent by the device as a response to the initiating device. If mControl is not updating status of the device, the following problems may exist: The device did not link during start-up or the add/edit process. It is recommended to either re-start mControl, re-save the device using the Edit Device page or attempt manual linking. There is significant traffic or noise on the powerline and the 2414U adapter did not receive the status (or acknowledgement) message. Consider moving the adapter away from noisy electrical components (e.g., computer), relocate any X10 devices that are in the adapters proximity (they can interfere with normal processing), reduce the traffic on your INSTEON network by reducing the number of external links.
INSTEON and X10
Command Send (Power line)
Command Receive (Power line) Not supported
Command Send (RF) Not supported
Command Receive (RF) Not supported
CM11A, CM11U, CM12U CM15A
Supported Used to update X10 module status
Supported Used for Device Macro triggers
Supported Requires X10 transceiver
Limitations and Recommendations 1. All adapters must be attached to the PC where the mControl Automation Service is installed. 2. Embedded Automation does not recommend systems with multiple adapters co-located on the same PC as the mControl Automation Service. a. If there are multiple receiving adapters (e.g., 2414 PowerLinc and CM15A), redundant received commands may lead to erroneous results. b. If there are multiple sending adapters, commands sent over different adapters around the same time may lead to erroneous results due to network congestion and collisions.
INSTEON Device Behavior
The following table summarizes INSTEON device behavior: Previous State OFF OFF Command ON BRIGHT * Result
ON 100% ON (0+x)%, where x is defined by the mControl dim/bright granularity for the device OFF DIM * OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON at previous level ON BRIGHT * ON (y + x)%, where x is defined by the mControl dim/bright granularity for the device and y is the previous level ON DIM * ON (y x)%, where x is defined by the mControl dim/bright granularity for the device and y is the previous level ON OFF OFF * For non-appliance devices only
X10 Device Behavior
The following table summarizes X10 device behavior: Previous State OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON Command ON BRIGHT * DIM * OFF ON BRIGHT * Result
ON 100% ON 100% ON 100% OFF ON at previous level ON (y + x)%, where x is defined by the mControl dim/bright granularity for the device and y is the previous level ON DIM * ON (y x)%, where x is defined by the mControl dim/bright granularity for the device and y is the previous level ON OFF OFF * For non-appliance devices only
Step 1 - Install mControl software
Run mControl setup file (mControlSetup.msi) you received from Embedded Automation. It is highly recommended that you delete all content from your Temporary Internet Files location, before installation, to avoid any conflicts with previous content. The installation process can take several minutes and will automatically install all of the software required for mControl.
During installation, you will be asked if you would like to install 3rd party software. Please select the options you will need in your mControl application. Available options include: CM15A X10 Adapter software (ahscript_setup.exe) this will install the low-level drivers to enable the CM15A X10 adapter.
During installation, you will be asked if you would like to install for Everyone or Just me. Select Everyone if you intend to use a MCE Extender or make the software available for other users. If you have a previous version of mControl, the installer will automatically upgrade to the most recent version, without having to uninstall the previous version. Any changes, for example, upgrading to the latest version of the mControl database, is also automatically done as part of the installation process.
Step 2 - Start mControl software
You can access mControl by selecting More Programs area within Media Center.
You can also start mControl by using the Windows Start button, then the All Programs option, then the mControl folder and finally, the mControl program. You can also use Internet Explorer. Open Internet Explorer (IE) and enter the following line in the address bar, http://localhost:29990/Default.aspx.
Step 3 Activating mControl
mControl Trial Version mControl v1 (Home Edition) is provided for a 30-day trial from the Embedded Automation web site. A copy-protection mechanism manages this limitation. mControl will show the number of days remaining in the trial when the Zone View screen is accessed. The trial version of mControl offers full software functionality for the duration of the trial. Upon expiration, mControl will continue to operate as usual, however, no automation commands will be sent to devices. Any re-installation or tampering with system date and/or the mControl license will cause automatic expiration of the copy protection. Please contact Embedded Automation to extend your 30-day trial by emailing email@example.com.
The Edit Zone Options buttons provide the following functions: Back goes back to the Manage Zones Screen Home goes back to the Zone View Screen Save saves the changes for the current zone and returns to the Manage Zones Screen Add Device adds a device to the current zone; goes to the Edit Device Screen Delete Zone deletes the current zone and returns to the Manage Zones Screen. A Zone can not be deleted if is associated with a Macro or Actions.
This section provides the following configuration options: Name the name of the zone (Text entry, up to 16 characters) Device Edit by cursoring to a device name and pressing OK, access to the Edit Device Screen is provided Device Display Order by pressing on the UP/DOWN buttons, the display order of the devices for the Zone View Screen is modified
Edit Device Screen The Edit Device Screen allows modifying the configuration of an existing or new device.
Edit Device Options
Device Configuration Menu
The Edit Device Options buttons provide the following functions: Back goes back to the Edit Zone Screen Home goes back to the Zone View Screen Save Changes saves the changes for the current device and returns to the Edit Zone Screen Delete Device deletes the current device and returns to the Edit Zone Screen. A Device can not be deleted if it is associated with an Action within a Macro.
Use this menu system to access the various configuration settings for a device: Main Define the address, adapter and image for the device Advanced Set the update and dim/bright level for the device
Device Settings (Main)
This section provides the following configuration options: Name the name of the device (Text entry, up to 16 characters) Adapter the adapter used to communicate with this specific device, supported adapters include: Adapter 2414U PowerLinc CM11A CM15A CM17A Protocol INSTEON X10 X10 X10 Interface USB Serial USB Serial Use this selection for CM11U and CM12U operation Also known as ActiveHome Pro Also known as Firecracker Comments
Port the serial communication port to use. Valid ports are COM1, COM2, COM3 and COM4. This option is only available for serial adapters. Module The INSTEON or X10 module used to control this specific device. The following modules are provided on the list: Module 2456Dx 2456S3 2476D 2476S AM466 LM14A LM15A LM465 PAM21 RSC15 SR227 WS467 Protocol INSTEON INSTEON INSTEON INSTEON X10 X10 X10 X10 X10 X10 X10 X10 Description LampLinc V2 Dimmer ApplianceLinc V2 Switch 3-pin SwitchLinc V2 Dimmer SwitchLinc V2 Relay Appliance Module 2-way Lamp Module SocketRocket Screw-In Lamp Module Lamp Module 2-way Appliance Module Chime Module Super Socket Module Wall Switch Module
If you do not see the module youd like to control on this list, you can try to choose a module that most closely resembles your module. For example, if the module you are using is an "appliance" type of module, you may try to control it by setting the device to be an "AM466" module. For additional assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org All INSTEON devices added to mControl zones will automatically be added to the 2414U PowerLincs PLC Database, thereby allowing the PowerLinc to recognize the device during 2-way communications. If the device is deleted from the mControl zone, it will be automatically removed from the PowerLincs PLC Database. This eliminates the need for the user to do manual linking and unlinking.
Address If you have selected an INSTEON module, you will required to provide an INSTEON address. The INSTEON address is in the form of xx.xx.xx, where xx is a number in the range of 0x00 to 0xFF. To find this address, check on the back of your INSTEON device. House If you have selected an X10 module, you will be required to provide an X10 House Address (Spinner entry, Valid Settings: A through P) o For convenience, mControl remembers the last House address provided
Unit If you have selected an X10 module, you will be required to provide an X10 Unit Address (Spinner entry, Valid Settings: 1 through 16) Image User-selectable image for the device (Spinner entry, various images)
Device Settings (Advanced)
This section provides the following configuration options: Notify This feature will be available in future versions of mControl. Granularity Defines the granularity of each Dim/Bright command. For example, if you set this to 10%, the brightness levels available will be 10%, 20%, 30%, etc. Of course, this is dependent on each devices capability.
Automation Screen The Automation Screen allows modifying the configuration of existing or new macros.
The Automation Options buttons provide the following functions: Back goes back to the Settings Screen Home goes back to the Zone View Screen Save save the changes in the Macro ordering and return to Settings Screen Add Macro allows a creation of a new macro on the Add a Macro page
This section provides the following configuration options: Macro Enable by pressing on this checkbox, the Macro is enabled (with checkmark) or disabled (without checkmark) Macro Edit by cursoring to a macro name and pressing OK, access to the Edit Actions Screen is provided Macro Display Order by pressing on the UP/DOWN buttons, the display order of the devices for the Macros modified
Add Macro Screen The Add Macro Screen allows for the creation of a new macro.
Add Macro Options
Macro Configuration Menu
The Add Macro Options buttons provide the following functions: Back goes back to the Automation Screen Home goes back to the Zone View Screen Save saves the changes for the current macro and returns to the Automation Screen
Use this menu system to access the various configuration settings for a macro: Main Define the name, zone and display status of the macro Device Define the device triggers for this macro Time Define time triggers for this macro Schedule Define the days for which the macro is valid
Macro Configuration (Main)
This section provides the following configuration options: Name the name of the macro (Text entry, up to 16 characters) Zone the zone in which the macro will show up in the Zone View screen Display in Zone enable display of the macro in the selected zone
Macro Configuration (Device)
This section allows you to define a device trigger for the macro. This type of macro trigger is useful if you would like an INSTEON or X10 remote control to initiate a set of actions.
Enable Device Trigger Device Trigger Settings
This section provides the following configuration options: Enable Checking this option enables device triggering for this macro Device Trigger Settings Define the device and its status change to be used as the trigger for this macro
Macro Configuration (Time)
This section allows you to define a time trigger for the macro. This type of macro trigger is useful if you would like to initiate a set of actions at a given time.
Enable Time Trigger Time Trigger Settings
This section provides the following configuration options: Enable Checking this option enables time triggering for this macro Triggered By Define the time for this macro to initiate. Triggered By Options Specific Time Sunrise and Sunset Comments Start the macro based on a specific time of day Start the macro based on calculated sunrise/sunset for each day. An offset from the sunrise/sunset can be selected to trigger the macro earlier or later than sunrise/sunset. The calculation for sunrise/sunset is performed using location settings in the configuration area of mControl. The calculated time including offset will be shown underneath the settings buttons.
Macro Configuration (Schedule)
This section allows you to define the days on which the macro will be executed.
This section provides the following configuration options: Schedule Select the days which the macro will be executed
Edit Macro Screen The Edit Macro Screen allows editing of an existing macro.
Edit Macro Options
The Add Macro Options buttons provide the following functions: Back goes back to the Automation Screen Home goes back to the Zone View Screen Save saves the changes for the current macro and returns to the Automation Screen Delete delete the macro
Action List Screen The Action List Screen allows modifying the actions associated with an existing macro.
Action List Options
Action List Settings
The Action List Options buttons provide the following functions: Back goes back to the Edit a Macro Screen Home goes back to the Zone View Screen Save saves the current action list configuration for the macro Add Action create a new action; goes to Edit Action Screen Edit Macro allow editing of the name and trigger type of the macro; goes to the Edit Macro Screen
This section provides the following options: Enable/Disable Action by checking (enabling) or un-checking (disabling) the action will determine if this action is executed if the macro is run Action Edit by cursoring to a action name and pressing OK, access to the Edit Action Screen is provided Action Execution Order by pressing on the UP/DOWN buttons, the execution order of the action within the macro is modified
Edit an Action Screen The Edit an Action Screen allows modifying actions.
Edit an Action Options
The Edit an Action Options buttons provide the following functions: Back goes back to the Action List Screen Home goes back to the Zone View Screen Save saves the changes for the current action and returns to the Action List Screen Delete Action deletes the current action and returns to the Action List Screen
4. Select the action type to take, either Device or Delay. Device select a device, by selecting the zone in which the device is defined and the device name, and a command to send to the device. Delay select the amount of time to delay (hours, minutes and seconds).
5. Continue steps 3 and 4 until you have defined all the actions required. The following sample shows a set of actions to take upon receipt of a motion detector going off. In this sample, the Backyard lights come on, an Intruder chime is sounded and after 5 minutes, the Backyard lights are turned off.
Time Triggered Macros
Use Time triggered macros when you need perform home automation functions at a particular time. For example, you may want to turn on lights at 7:00pm and then turn them off at 11:00pm. 1. Create the Macro a. Navigate to the Settings page b. Select the Automation option c. Select the Add Macro option d. Select the Main tab and enter the information required to create the macro, including: Name the name of the macro Zone the zone to assign the macro within Display to enable the display of the macro within the zone
2. Define the Time trigger, which is the time which will start the macro, by navigating to the Time tab and then entering the information required, including: Enable enables the time trigger capability Hour/Minute the time when the trigger should happen
5. Continue steps 3 and 4 until you have defined all the actions required. The following sample shows a set of actions to take upon the time becoming 7:00pm. The Main Entry light is turned on and after 4 hours, it is turned off.
Setting up a Camera 1. Follow the instructions provided with your D-Link camera to complete the hardware set-up, including establishing the wired or wireless network and connecting power. 2. Use the D-Link softwares IP Installer option to find the available cameras. Click on the Link button to configure for mControl. Please note the IP Address here for future use mControl requires this information.
3. Once linked, select the Configuration option of the camera. Once you enter this screen, the D-Link software automatically loads a MPEG4 ActiveX component which allows you to view the camera. This procedure must be followed to load the ActiveX object on each client machine you wish to view the camera.
4. Navigate to the Advanced tab, then select the Network option. For the HTTP Port enter 29990 (as shown in the below graphic). Once you do this, you can only access the camera by specifying this port number. For example, on Internet Explorer, you would enter http://<camera IP address>:29990/
5. Navigate to the Tools tab, then select the Admin option. For security reasons, you may create an mControl user by assigning a Username/Password. Please note the Username/Password here for future use mControl requires this information.
6. Once completed, you will either have to re-power (or reset) your camera.
7. Now you are ready to add the camera to mControl software. a. Navigate to the Settings page b. Select the Camera option c. Select the Add Camera option d. Enter the information required to connect to the camera, including: Name the name of the camera (for example, Back Porch) Zone the zone that the camera should be displayed within Model the camera model IP Address as per step #2 of this process, enter the IP address Port mControl requires this to be set to 80 Username as per step #5, enter the Username Password as per step #5, enter the Password e. Save Changes and return
8. View the camera from the Zone View screen
9. Navigate to the Play button on the camera device. If you press OK, a full-screen will be displayed.
Configuring and Using a Global Cach IR System 1. Follow the instructions provided with your Global Cach Network IR Adapter to complete the hardware set-up, including establishing the wired or wireless network and connecting power. 2. Connect to the GC-100 Network Adapter using the default IP address and configure the IP Address, Network Mask and Gateway Address to be compatible for your network.
You may also want to configure the Port settings for each of the ports available on the GC-100 Network Adapter mControl use these settings to send and receive IR commands.
3. Enable and configure the GC-100 Network Adapter within mControl, by editing the configuration settings in the mServer.exe.xml located in the C:\Program Files\Embedded Automation\mControl\server directory. Open the mServer.exe.xml file using Notepad or equivalent text editor, find the section which has configuration settings for the GC-100 Network Adapter and make the following changes: Load the GC-100 Network Adapter driver into mControl ensure that the load parameter for the adapter is Y (see underlined section below). Provide the proper IP Address for the GC-100 Network Adapter ensure the value of the IP parameter matches the IP Address entered during step #2 (see underlined section below).
<adapter base="GC100" load="Y" assembly="GC100.dll" driver="EmbeddedAutomation.mServer.Adapters.GC100Manager"> <aparam name="DISPLAY-AS" value="GC-100"/> <aparam name="OTHER-NAMES" value="GC-100-12|GC-100-18"/> <aparam name="DESCRIPTION" value="GlobalCache Network Adapter"/> <aparam name="SUPPORTS" value="GC100"/> <aparam name="APROTOCOL" value="GC100"/> <aparam name="PORTS" value="4998"/> <aparam name="ip" value="192.168.100.71"/> </adapter>
v1.10 released on July 21, 2005
Issue # 10 16, 17 Description The mControl User Interface Client is now fully supported on browsers based on Internet Explorer 6. Validated support for additional X10 adapters, modules, transceivers, remotes and sensors. In addition to supporting these devices within mControl, the User Manual and web site have been updated to reflect this support. To allow easier entry of devices, upon selecting Add Device, mControl will preload the house and adapter, based on the previous device entered. Improvements to the mControl User Interface Client including: Additional device images have been provided. Improved cursoring and paging within zones with many devices Improved consistency in screen names and navigation Consistent location of navigation and add/delete/edit buttons Ability to enable/disable Macros with single check box Error screens with recovery suggestions Increased robustness to CM11A adapter interface. A command retry strategy has been added to ensure that all commands are sent. Older versions of mControl database are now automatically converted to latest version. Managed deletions of Devices and Zones: A warning is given upon Device Deletion to alert that related Macro Actions may be affected. If confirmed, all associated Macros Actions are deleted. A warning is given upon Zone Deletion to alert that underlying Devices and associated Macros and their Actions may be affected. If confirmed, all underlying Devices are now marked as deleted and all associated Macros and their Actions are deleted. User-selectable logging as defined in mServer.exe.config configuration file. The default setting is ALL. mControl now supports COM1 through COM4 ports for all serial-based adapters. Support for INSTEON protocol, specifically the 2414 PowerLinc adapter. mControl allows sending commands to both INSTEON and X10 modules. In addition, mControl will process commands received on this adapter. Please refer to the Supported Automation section of this manual for more details. mControl now supports receiving X10 messages using a CM15A adapter. Received power line and RF commands can be processed to update the database or launch Device Macros. Please refer to the Supported Automation section of this manual for more details.
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Can I use Internet Explorer to run mControl? Yes, mControl will run on Internet Explorer. To start mControl type http://localhost:29990/ into the Internet Explorer address area.
How do I access mControl from another Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 machine? mControl consists of two parts: (a) mControl Automation Service and (b) mControl User Interface Client(s). By default, mControl installs both of these on the same machine. Since the mControl Automation Service supports multiple clients, you can easily add a MCE client(s). (This is particularly useful if you've installed mControl on a Windows XP Professional machine.) Simply copy the mControl.mcl file located in the C:\Program Files\Embedded Automation\mControl directory to the new client machines C:\Documents and Settings\<user of your choice>\Start Menu\Programs\Accessories\Media Center\Media Center Programs directory. Edit the file using Notepad to modify the URL, replacing 'localhost' with the name of the new client machine. For example, if your mControl Automation Service machine is called 'MyServer, you would change the URL setting to "http://MyServer:29990/Default.aspx". Once the file has been modified, you will be able to access it from the More Programs area of the client machine.
I get a "The trial version of mControl has expired" message. What happened? The mControl software you are using has been provided for limited time use. This is governed by a form of copy protection. Either one of three things happened to cause the "The trial version of mControl has expired" message: (a) the 30 days you had to review mControl has passed, (b) the mControl license has become damaged, or (c) the system date has been changed. Please note: if your license has expired, all navigation and viewing functionality will still be available; however, all device control and automation will be disabled. You can purchase mControl from the Embedded Automation web store.
I don't see the X10 module I would like to control in the module list on the "Edit Device" screen. You can add, remove or rename devices by making changes to the mServer.exe.xml file. Please refer to the Configuring Devices section of the mControl v1 (Home Edition) User Manual.
Can devices controlled by CM11A/CM12U or CM17A X10 adapters be used for "Device" macros triggers? Only devices connected to a 2414U INSTEON or CM15A X10 adapters can be used for "Device" macro triggers.
I plugged in my CM15A X10 Adapter and Windows asked for driver files. I pressed Cancel but now I see unknown devices (denoted by yellow question marks) in Device Manager. What should I do? To fix this simply install mControl. mControl will ask to install the required drivers for the CM15A X10 Adapter.
Does mControl work with SwitchLincs? Currently, mControl can turn on, turn off, dim and brighten SwitchLincs. Even if your SwitchLinc is "registered", they do not send messages back to mControl and as a result, mControl can not display any changes made by users. For example, if you dim a SwitchLinc, mControl does not see this change and hence is not able to update the display on user interface. We are working with Smarthome/INSTEON to enhance mControl to sense and display SwitchLinc changes, as made by users.
mControl does not appear to receive device triggers, what could be happening? The 2414U INSTEON adapter LED blinks On and Off about every 1 second, what could be happening? The memory in the 2414U INSTEON Adapters memory may be corrupt. Please email email@example.com we can provide a utility to revert the 2414U to factory conditions.
Log files contain journalized information of mControl operation, informational messages and errors. Log files can be found in the following folder: C:\Program Files\Embedded Automation\mControl\logs. Log files are named mControl<xxx>.log, where <xxx> represents a numeric value. The most recent log file is mControl000.log. If this log is full, it is renamed to mControl001.log and a new mControl000.log is opened for use. Up to 10 log files can exists, named incrementally, via this cascading copying progress.
Send us an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or go to the Support page at www.embeddedautomation.com.
Universal remotes come in handy, because you can control numerous audio/video components with a single unit, without having multiple controls cluttering your coffee table. The 5-in-1 RF/IR Non-Learning Remote performs the same functions, and with its own X10 button, you can control your lights and appliances without having to be in the same room with them. This special home control feature works in conjunction with a wireless transceiver (sold separately) to communicate RF commands. Four AAA batteries are also required but sold separately. The 5-in-1 RF/IR Remote replaces up to five remotes to let you control practically everything electrical in your home.
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