[Coco] Appliance and Light Controllers ROM or code
operator at coco3.com
Sat Feb 5 14:26:56 EST 2011
At 09:44 AM 2/5/2011, you wrote:
>Since it's a bit hard to find working CoCo design light controllers,
>you may want to look at X10 TW523 module. This a simple device for
>taking computer "TTL" level lines and talk to the X10 devices over
>the power line.
>I've use this device with a number micro controllers to control
>lights and other items around the home. Very cheap solution for
>running my old holiday yard displays. (Now I using low power LED
>lighting and controlled by SS relays.)
>You can find a lot of how-to on the web for the TW523 module.
>If you want a RS-232 device, try the PowerLinc Serial/TW523 but its
>twice the price.
That's a good idea. I'd like to start with the CoCo devices first
then if there's some kind of univeral serial-driven hardware out
there it should be pretty easy to support this in CoCoNet.
~ Roger Taylor
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