All Housecode RF Transceiver

All Housecode RF Transceiver

Receive X10 RF Commands for All Housecodes Simultaneously
  • Receives all 256 house/unit code addresses
  • 150-foot range
  • Safe for indoor or outdoor use


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  • What's Included
  • Skip the time-consuming process of setting house codes on your RF receiver with the All Housecode RF Transceiver, which comes preset with all house codes and unit codes enabled, so no setting of the house code dials is required. The transceiver receives all 256 house code/unit code addresses plus commands (On, Off, Bright, Dim, All Lights On, All Units Off, etc.), then filters these signals according to your setup. This information is then presented to a powerline interface unit (sold separately) for transmission over your household wiring to any X10 device capable of receiving them.

    Setup is easy. Should you desire to filter or selectively inhibit specific house codes/unit codes, you will need a PC with Windows 98 or later as your OS, a serial port and the supplied RS232 cable.

    Connect the All Housecode RF Transceiver to your PC to assign the X10 address and program unit code filtering. Once the X10 address and zone cycle durations have been set, the All Housecode RF Transceiver can be disconnected from the PC and will respond to X10 signals just like any other X10-connected device. The All Housecode RF Transceiver does not have to be connected to a PC for everyday operation.

    Packaged with an external whip antenna, the All Housecode RF Transceiver will pick up signals from any X10 RF transmitter within its 150-foot range and is equipped with the ability to filter specific house and unit codes, since its vast range may pick up a neighbor's X10 remote. It's even safe for outdoor use if mounted in a weatherproof enclosure.

    The All Housecode RF Transceiver requires the use of a powerline interface like the PowerLinc II or the X10 TW523 Two-Way Interface Module for the unit to function; you can save by purchasing the All Housecode RF Transceiver and the TW523 Two-Way Interface Module together as a kit.

  • Specifications

    Manufacturer: WGL
    Manufacturer Product No.: V572A
    Dimensions: 3.8" x 2.4" x 1.0"
    Weight: 4 oz.
    Range: 150 feet
    Input Power: 120VAC, 60Hz, 4W
    Output Power: 9VDC, 100mA
    Operating Temperature: 20°F to 125° F
    Connections: 3.5mm plug power; RJ-11 data port; RS-232 cable for PC connection; male F antenna connector; PowerLinc cable
    Receiver Frequency: 310MHz

  • 7 Reviews

    Review of 4831n Review by PAUL
    Review of 4831n

    Awesome piece of hardware for old fashioned X10 aficionados like myself. Extends RF range/stability and eliminates the need for RR-501/TM751. My first one lasted 10 years until it was fried in a brownout. I hope this replacement lasts as long!

    Posted on 8/30/2013

    Review of 4831n Review by MIKE
    Review of 4831n

    Excellent value, great communication, fast shipping.

    Posted on 2/24/2010

    Review of 4831n Review by FRANK
    Review of 4831n

    I appreciate the fact that I only require one control to handle all 256 codes.

    Posted on 4/24/2007

    Review of 4831n Review by JAMES
    Review of 4831n

    I should have bought this years ago--except it wasnt available years ago.

    Posted on 8/23/2006

    Review of 4831n Review by CLEMENT E.
    Review of 4831n

    This RF is awesome.

    Posted on 11/9/2005

    Review of 4831n Review by RODERICK
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    Posted on 8/27/2005

    Review of 4831n Review by ERNEST S
    Review of 4831n

    Works great

    Posted on 7/10/2005

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    • Transceiver
    • Power adapter
    • Black phone cable
    • Antenna
    • Mounting bracket
    • Coax cable
    • RS232 cable
    • Instructions

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