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One of the great things about X10 is its flexibility The system can easily be added to, and you can move a module from the living room to the bedroom with little hassle Since it s so easy to manipulate components here and there, it is necessary to have that same flexibility with your X10 management software HomeSeer allows the addition and management of X10 devices quite simply 5 MINUTES
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Adding devices to your HomeSeer program is accomplished either from the toolbar or by right-clicking in the Devices pane The device can be managed or deleted by right-clicking on the device and selecting your choice from the context menu To create a new X10 device, follow these steps:
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1 From the main window, click on Devices located in the Views pane This will show a list of all your added devices in the top pane 2 Click on the Light Bulb icon in the toolbar (or right-click in the Devices pane, then select Add Device from the context menu) 3 A new dialog box (shown in Figure 15-5) will appear Enter a name for this device for example, a lamp 4 Type in the location of this device You can either select a location from a list you ve already created, or type in a new one
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5 Select the device type, using the drop-down box to use an already created device type
Managing Device Types
Selecting a device type will automatically set the check boxes appropriate for this type of device: Device can be dimmed, Dim Type, and Device supports status response If there isn t a device type that matches your device, pick the closest match and then check or uncheck the appropriate boxes You can create your own device types from the Options dialog box This can be brought up by following View | Options and then clicking the Device Types tab
6 Enter the X10 code for the new device This code is the House and Unit codes that are set by rotating the small dials on your X10 devices 7 If this device is a SwitchLinc, Compose, or LampLinc device, the default on brightness level and the ramp-up brightness rate can be established by clicking the Options button 8 You can hide the device from being viewed on your web site by checking the Hide Device From Views check box This is useful to prevent those logging on to your HomeSeer web site as a guest from seeing a particular device and its status The device can be hidden from the Windows
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application by clearing the Show All Devices check box from the View menu
9 The Include In Power Fail Recovery Tests selection tells HomeSeer to set this device to its proper state when coming back from a power failure Note, however, that the power failure recovery feature must be enabled in the Options window 10 The Voice Command check box should be checked if you want to be able to control this device via voice commands Check the Confirm check box, as HomeSeer will double-check to make sure
Views
When using HomeSeer, you re looking mainly at two different things: devices and events Devices are, as the name suggests, the individual X10 modules and devices scattered throughout your Smart Home Events are the programs you write to activate when something happens In HomeSeer, you look at your devices and events using views
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The Device view (shown in Figure 15-6) allows you to quickly check the status of your various X10 devices, letting you check their states:
On Off Dim
Figure 15-6
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Your devices can be sorted by clicking the titles of the columns, and you can also limit the devices shown to a particular area Beneath the menu bar is a drop-down list of all your Smart Home s locations Pull down the list, as shown in Figure 15-7, and select a particular room The display will generate a list of all X10 devices in that room and their status If you want to view all your X10 devices, simply select All Locations
Figure 15-7
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