mochad is a Linux TCP gateway daemon for the X10 CM15A RF (radio frequency) and PL (power line) controller and the CM19A RF controller.

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  • Works very well. HOWEVER, In ActiveHomePro, you must clear the CM15A interface memory, then set the CM15A to NOT transceive RF to PL signals (per the instructions). If you skip this step, Mochad may lockup on you. Also, make sure you download the most recent version .tar by hand. As of 3/19/17, Sourceforce has the prior version marked as current so an automatic pull will get the previous release.

  • Super easy to use with X10 interface device. Thanks for putting the time into this project.

  • Very good and simple project. Works perfectly with last kernels without any drivers problem, only depends on libusb and libusb-dev.

    2 users found this review helpful.
  • I have struggled with linux CM19a in the past, having to change drivers and muck with software every time that drivers changed. But Mochad and the CM15A are just PNP on a Raspberry Pi. I would do the happy happy joy joy dance for how well this works.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • very good project, thanks!

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2010-12-08