Good Morning,

Out of curiosity, did anyone make a type of interface for the TCP system.   I see I can send the commands and parse them out, but I wanted to get a feel for what others were doing as well.


On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 7:20 PM, Neil Cherry <> wrote:
On 01/07/2014 09:35 AM, Jeff Siddall wrote:
> Noticed these on the home depot site:
> They use an Ethernet to wireless gateway that comes with the starter kit
> (essentially a $10 part compared to the price of the bulbs bought
> separately).  That's a pretty low entrance fee for a reasonably priced
> remote controlled LED bulb -- essentially half the price of the Insteon
> equivalent bulbs not counting the rather expensive Insteon PLM etc.

A word of caution, don't buy the 4 bulb set. It's more expensive than
the 2 bulb starter, the remote and an extra bulb bought separately.

> The gateway apparently has a web based control thing that can be
> accessed by a PC so presumably there is a way to get MH to control it
> also.  It would be great if it was as simple as a HTTP GET or something.

Or a post or something similar.

> Since it is a single band RF (though still meshed) it presumably less
> reliable than dual band Insteon stuff, but might be good enough.

This is ZigBee, don't know about the reliability or distances yet.

> Has anyone tried them?  I would appreciate any real-world experience.

I have this on the way, it should arrive soon. Folks over on have said that you just follow the js to figure
it out. I hope so.

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