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Bob Blick wrote:
> Speaking of X10, what value capacitor is typically used to couple the two
> sides of a 220V line together? My house is quite resistant to X10 signals
> except on the same outlet, which makes it not very useful as a remote
> I figure I can put the capacitor inside my 220V clothes dryer so it's
> relatively safe and not in the breaker panel.
Things that go boom for 1000 please ...
While that solution may work the tend to eventually go pop so
make sure it's out of harms way. I just purchased a Smarthome
SignaLinc repeater which has worked well in my situation. I still
need to get around to fixing the black hole (the entertainment
system). I finish my opinion on X10 in another message.
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