Now you can see X10Net software in action directly from this web page. Click a Show Me link below to see various examples of software options and features.
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|Basic program display and option areas. Each of the various program tabs and areas are shown in a quick tour.|
|Manual control of an X10 device. This simple example shows how to use X10Net to turn a light or other device on.|
|Schedule an X10 Event. This shows how to set up a scheduled X10 event. This allows the program to perform an X10 On/Off/Dim event at a user specified time. A house light is scheduled to come on 30 minutes after sunset on Monday through Friday.|
|Create a Macro. This shows how multiple X10 events can be included in a single Macro. Macro can be scheduled just like other basic X10 events.|
|Edit X10 Unit Descriptions. This shows how to enter a text description for an X10 device. X10 can support up to 255 different devices and each can have a unique name/description.|
|Create X10 Rule. This shows how to create an X10 event rule. Rules can be used to turn X10 devices on/off based on other X10 events. A common use is to turn on a light when an X10 motion sensor is triggered. In this case, a bedroom light is set to automatically come on when a motion sensor in the bedroom is triggered.|
|X10 Event Log. This shows how to view the X10 event log and to display the data in the Windows Notepad.|
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