I started tinkering with Insteon and I have the 2412S module and some motion sensors up and running just fine. I know you can do X10 with the Insteon PLM, but this isn't working out as well for me. I have had decent success with my X10 environment in the past and thus I think that part is decently ok. When I try to use the Insteon PLM to be my X10 controller as well, it is not turning on lights in certain areas of my home (may be on a different phase, don't know for sure), but these same lights were working just fine when using the Lynx10 module.
All of that said, I believe I need/want to use both the Insteon and Lynx10 interfaces. With this configuration though, I am getting a bunch of X10 errors and collisions that I am comfortably sure wasn't happening before the Insteon interface was introduced to the scene.
I would like to find a way to disable the X10 functionality of the Insteon interface-maybe not necessarily physically, but more in terms of MH's ability to react/interpret X10 traffic on the Insteon interface.
Is this possible?
Timothy Spaulding wrote:
> I would like to find a way to disable the X10 functionality of the
> Insteon interface—maybe not necessarily physically, but more in terms of
> MH’s ability to react/interpret X10 traffic on the Insteon interface.
It should be as simply as not associating the insteon interface to any
X10 items. That won't prevent the plm from receiving x10 data; but, it
should prevent any received data from being applied to your x10 items.
Likewise, it should prevent the plm from being used to transmit x10.
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