Find out what you need to know about the most advanced wireless control solution for your home.
Turn on lights from your driveway or turn on your hot tub while driving home from work!
How to avoid problems when using large quantities of SwitchLincs in your home.
Learn the differences between X10 transmitters, receivers, and 2-way products here.
When you first install some X10 modules and a transmitter, they all work together. But the odd are against you that after installing a dozen modules, they will always work perfectly without some help.
Whether you are hanging lights up for the holidays or setting up a pool or spa with X10 control, GFCI protection is not only a good idea, it may be an electrical code requirement.
Most of our X10 switches are primarily designed for incandescent lamps, but we do have some models that can control ceiling fans and small motors.
Imagine a remote control that can also control lights, the temperature, drapes, the front door lock...in fact, virtually anything electrical. Click here to learn more.
Have you ever thought about automating a built-in light or appliance fixture, such as a ceiling fan? Now you can do so without having to change the switch!
Most of the questions we receive from folks installing SwitchLinc involve three-way or greater circuits. SwitchLincs can be installed in place of an existing three-way lighting circuit.
Despite all the locks and safety precautions, it can still be a little scary entering a dark house. Why feel your way over to a wall switch when we can help you light up the place like a Hollywood movie set?
It is not a ghost nor is it interference from your neighbor. Some types of lighting can trick X10 modules into turning back on after being sent an OFF signal from an X10 controller.
What's this "X10" thing we talk so much about on our web site and which products work with it?
If your X10 system was working well until recently and you can't figure out what happened, check out this article. You'll learn how to plug X10 'Black Holes'.
X10 signals are carried over the AC lines and they can travel between homes. Learn how to prevent stray signals from entering your home.
If you've been thinking about starting your home's automation adventure but have been unsure about where to start, look no further.