Will the 2413UH work?  Would having the HouseLinc software available make it easier to setup scenes?  The page for the 2413U says it won't work with HouseLinc, so for future-proofing, I'm thinking of going with the UH, if it will work with MH, too.

I think it's about time for me to move to Insteon, I have too many problems with X10.

On Tue, Dec 7, 2010 at 2:20 AM, Frederick N. Brier <fnbrier@gmail.com> wrote:
Never mind.  I went ahead and bought it anyway with the free shipping coupon they had today.  Thank you again.

Fred

On 12/07/2010 12:33 AM, Frederick N. Brier wrote:
> Excellent.  Okay, one non-technical question.  The 2413U lists for $79.99.  Can it be purchased for less?  Coupon code?  It appears that SmartHome is the only source, although Amazon and someone else have it for the same price or slightly more).  About all I see on SmartHome.com is free shipping.  Thank you.
>
> Fred
>
> On 12/06/2010 09:07 PM, Eloy Paris wrote:
>> On 12/06/2010 07:51 PM, Frederick N. Brier wrote:
>>
>>> On 12/06/2010 06:35 PM, Neil Cherry wrote:
>>>> Since you have Insteon and X10 I'd recommend the the Insteon PLM
>>>> (2413 serial or USB). The 2414 was meant for something else and
>>>> is quite honestly a nasty piece of work. I several that are in
>>>> some kind of messed up state. :-/
>>> For Linux, are any special drivers required for the 2413U (USB)?  Or would I be better off with the 2413S (serial) and a USB serial port?
>> The 2413U uses the FTDI USB-to-serial driver. The device looks like a
>> regular serial port under Linux, accessed through a device file like
>> /dev/ttyUSBxx.
>>
>>>> There's been a lot of good work put into the Insteon support in
>>>> Misterhouse (by Gregg Liming&     Jason Sharpee as well as others).
>>>> It really works well
>>> So MisterHouse works out of the box with either of the 2413 units on Linux?  Thank you.
>> 2413S or 2413U should work just fine on Linux.
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Eloy Paris.-
>>
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