Minotaur Engineering NCER1 X10 Network Camera Interface Sensor

Control an X10 Device using a Panasonic Network Camera Connected to the Internet
  • Interface is completely self-contained and preset at the factory
  • Works in conjunction with an X10 Poweflash module (sold separately)
  • Unit allows a user to send X10 on / off commands remotely for one house/ unit code to the location where the camera is located



List Price: $50.00

Your Savings: $2.10

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  • A sensor clip adhesively attaches to the front of the camera and the wires are attached to the Powerflash. By remotely turning on and off the indicator lamp on the Panasonic Network Camera, the sensor will signal the Powerflash to send X10 on or off signals.

    Panasonic Network Cameras have a free network service (www.viewnetcam.com) that allows a user to create a password protected personalized web address at which the cameras live video can be seen on the internet. This access allows a remote user to adjust the indicator lamp either on or off, triggering the X10 Powerflash through the attached sensor. Each of the following Panasonic cameras can be used:
    • BL-C111a
    • BL-C131a
    • BL-C30
    • BL-C30a

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  • 3 Reviews

    Review of 71937 Review by reza
    Review of 71937

    so so

    Posted on 4/28/2014

    Review of 71937 Review by Bill Toon
    Review of 71937

    Works good. Now when I remotely view my network camera at home, I can turn on a light if it is too dark to see.

    Posted on 2/26/2010

    Review of 71937 Review by Dustin Roway
    Review of 71937

    Very unique device. I shut off phone service at our beach house we just use cell phones. We have high speed there so I use cameras to keep an eye on the place. This device allows me to turn on heat/ cooling when I am on the way there or I have people that will be staying there. Installation was easy but camera can't be in very bright sunlight it shouldn't be anyway. Works very well once I got the hang of it.

    Posted on 1/22/2010

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