Insteon 2-Way RS-232 Serial Interface

Integrate Virtually any Serial-Compatible (RS-232) Device With Your Insteon Network
  • Control most serial (RS-232) controllable device from any Insteon controller by downloading a user customized set up file
  • Control Insteon scenes and devices using a serial command from most serial devices
  • Supports a variety of Insteon commands such as increment Bright/Dim, Fast On, Fast Off capability
  • Add Insteon -compatibility to whole-home audio, security and automation systems
  • Award-winning Insteon technology provides superior performance and reliability



List Price: $149.99

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  • What's Included
  • Connect any Serial- / RS-232-compatible devices to your Insteon network. From whole-home audio to security systems to automation controllers, you can now keep the equipment you already own AND take advantage of a reliable Insteon network. SeriaLinc is 2-way serial, meaning it can be used to control RS-232 devices or to control Insteon devices via RS-232 commands.

    Installing SeriaLinc:
    You will need a CSV file (example CSV file) with your serial codes and the SeriaLinc Downloader Application software. See Owner's Manual for additional information regarding the installation and use of this product.

    Important note: SeriaLinc is intended for use by those who have intimate knowledge of working with serial command protocols. Before contacting the Customer Solution Center, it is recommended that you confirm specific serial command strings with the manufacturer of the device with which you are attempting to communicate.

    Wanting to integrate with an HAI system?
    Be sure to review the HAI Omni-Link Protocols.

  • Specifications

    Brand: Insteon
    Manufacturer Product No.: 2410S SeriaLinc - Insteon to 2-Way RS232 Serial Converter
    UPC: 718122392810
    Patent No.: U.S. Patent No. 7,345,998, International patents pending
    Software: Free Setup Utility
    Status LED: 1 white LED (on the side)
    Operation Modes: Insteon only
    Combo Message Order: Insteon , Insteon confirmations
    Connector Type: RJ-45
    Interface: RS-232
    Baud Rate: 300-115k Baud
    INSTEON Features
    Insteon Addresses: 1 hard-coded out of 16,777,216 possible
    Insteon Links: 600+
    Insteon Power Line Frequency: 131.65 KHz
    Insteon Minimum Transmit Level: 3.2 Vpp into 5 Ohms
    Insteon Minimum Receive Level: 10 mV
    Insteon Messages Repeated: Yes
    Insteon Device Category: 0x03 (Network Bridges)
    Insteon Device Sub-Category: 0x0A
    Operating Temperature Range: Indoors, 32 to 104°F
    Operating Humidity Range: 0% - 85% relative humidity
    Dimensions: 3.9" H x 2.6" W x 1.5" D
    Weight: 9.6 ounces
    Supply Voltage: 120 Volts AC +/- 10%, 60 Hertz, single phase
    Surge Protection: MOV rated for 150 Volts
    Pass-Through Outlet: Uncontrolled 3-prong (with ground), 120V, 15A
    Power Consumption: 1.34 Watts
    Certification: Safety tested for use in USA and Canada (ETL #3017581)

  • 2 Reviews

    not compatible with ISY Review by James
    not compatible with ISY

    Found out after receiving mine that it won't work with the ISY controller that I use in my home. ISY says this thing is obsolete which is curious since I just bought the thing a few weeks ago. I may try manually linking this to accomplish what I want. My fault for not studying more, but shame on Smarthome for not being more forthcoming with compatibility and potentially obsolescence. It's tough building a full-featured home automation under one platform; I've done a lot with ISY/Insteon, but it's falling short of my needs.

    Posted on 7/22/2017

    An insteon product not compatible with other insteon devices Review by Scott
    An insteon product not compatible with other insteon devices

    When you read the details for the item you will see "From whole-home audio to security systems to automation controllers". Well, OTHER home automation systems may work with it, but according to Insteon the 2245 hub and android / iPhone apps are not. What is the point if you have to hard link the device to a keypad? This, along with a few other devices that I've run into now by insteon, makes me wonder if I should go a different path my with my home automation.

    Posted on 1/2/2017

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