If I recall correctly,
IPLL is for insteon items with buttons
IPLD is for devices (without buttons) such as the inline linc.
In summary, I use IPLD for inline lincs!
From: Jens Torell [mailto:jenstorell@...]
Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 5:28 PM
Subject: [mh] Insteon In-LineLinc Control
I have my first in-linelinc ordered from Smarthome. I noticed in the
MisterHouse wiki that there is no .mht example for these devices. Do I need
to use IPLL or IPLD or something else?
From: Marc MERLIN <marc_mh@me...> - 2009-10-29 21:53:37
On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 05:35:44PM -0400, Tom MacLean wrote:
> If I recall correctly,
> IPLL is for insteon items with buttons
> IPLD is for devices (without buttons) such as the inline linc.
> In summary, I use IPLD for inline lincs!
Although more specifically, IPLL is also for some devices that can generate events,
IPLL, 11.D5.7C:01, iolinc1, iolincs, PLM,0007
interstingly, the motion sensor generates events and has a button to force
the event for debugging, but it's an IPLD:
IPLD, 11.8E.1C, gar_mos1, Sensors, PLM,1001
Go figure :)
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