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Within the realm of X10 Controllers, there are two different types that you can plug into your computer The first plugs into your computer s RS-232 serial port This port is the wide, trapezoidal plug on the back of your computer This
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connection is most common with older X10 devices, but depending on the age of your computer you might need to find an X10 Controller with a serial interface The downside of the serial connection is that it is extremely slow, but unless you have a lot of X10 stuff going on at once, you needn t worry too much about whether your serially connected X10 Controller can handle it The more popular and modern X10 Controller is a USB-based device This device simply plugs into an open USB port on your computer USB is rather user friendly and your computer should recognize the new device right away This streamlines the whole setup and installation process considerably 5 MINUTES
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In this example, we re using Microsoft Windows XP, but the steps will be similar on other versions of Windows that recognize USB devices (namely, Windows 98se and later)
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1 After unpacking your X10 Controller, the first step is to plug it into an outlet near your computer As Figure 4-7 shows, plugging the X10 Controller (in this case, a PowerLinc USB Model 1132U) is as simple as plugging anything into an open outlet
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Plugging the X10 Controller into an open electrical outlet
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Do not plug the X10 Controller into a filter or a power strip These devices will prevent the X10 signal from propagating to your X10 devices
2 Next, boot up your computer and ensure that all running programs have been turned off 3 Connect the USB cable (pictured in Figure 4-8) to an open USB port
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Figure 4-8
Connect the X10 Controller s USB cable to an open USB port
Locating a Good USB Port
Many modern computers have USB ports on the front of the computer as well as on the back This allows for easy connection and removal of devices like digital cameras, personal digital assistants, and so forth Since your X10 Controller is likely to be plugged in all the time, it s a good idea to locate a port on the back of your computer so the cable will not be in the way
4 After a few seconds, the computer will display a message indicating that it recognizes the new device 5 Windows should have a copy of the appropriate drivers already installed; however, if they are not installed, you should use the CD-ROM that came with your X10 Controller and install them If no drivers have been included with your X10 Controller, go to the device manufacturer s web site they are commonly provided there
USB Hub Considerations
Most X10 USB controllers get their power to operate from the computer As such, if you use a USB hub to share components, you ll need to use a powered hub
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It isn t enough just to install the hardware, as easy as it was Now, in order to control your X10 devices, you must also install software that tells the X10 Controller
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what you want it to do There are a number of software packages for managing your X10 Controller and devices, and we ll go into more depth with a very useful application HomeSeer in 15 However, for the sake of getting the controller up and running, let s look at some other software Along with our PowerLinc USB X10 Controller, we received a CD-ROM containing two pieces of X10 software: the Home Control Assistant for PowerLinc Limited and the Home Control Assistant for PowerLinc Plus To install either of these products, follow these steps:
1 Put the CD-ROM into your computer s CD- or DVD-ROM drive 2 The pop-up menu (shown in Figure 4-9) will appear Select the appropriate software you wish to install
Figure 4-9
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