Boost X10 Signal Strength & Solve Common X10 Signal Issues
Couples, repeats and amplfies X-10 command signals.
With the X10 Signal Amplifier / Repeater, you can easily solve common signal issues within your home.
Designed for use in homes measuring over 3,000 sq. ft
This signal amplifier/repeater boosts X10 signal strength and reliability though your entire home. If your home has less than optimum coupling, let the X10 Signal Amplifier / Repeater boost your signals.
Also recommended for for homes in which a number of devices are installed
Devices such as televisions, computer gear, or anything with a complex power supply can absorb X10 signals. So even if you have a home smaller in square footage but you use a greater number of these electronic devices, then installing the X10 Signal Amplifier / Repeater is a great way to ensure maximum functionality of your X10 system.
Works like a Signal Bridge Plus
The X10 Signal Amplifier / Repeater has the same powerful capabilities as the X10 Signal Bridge but it also boosts the X10 signal and blasts it out both legs of electricity at the same time. As long as the initial incoming signal is 100mV the Amplifier/ Repeatert will kick up the outgoing signal to over 5 volts (depending on your home's impedance). A status LED will blink when X10 signals are detected and boosted to let you know it's working.
Perfect for 3-phase systems
The X10 Signal Amplifier / Repeater can work on three-phase (120/208 VAC) electrical service, found in most commercial apartments, and condominiums. In split-phase installations, commonly found in single family homes, one of the wires will be capped off and unused.
|X10 Product No.:||XPCR|
(1) X-10 PRO Coupler Repeater Amplifier
|Home Size:||Over 3,000 sq. ft.|
|Dimensions:||75 x 120 x 40mm (3" x 4.7" x 1.6")|
|Phase Systems :||2-or 3-phase|
Note: Installation must be carried out by qualified installers only. The main breaker must be turned off during installation and the coupler must be installed in a suitable workbox or equivalent enclosure. Installation must be carried out in accordance with all applicable codes and requirements, including, but not limited to, the National Electrical Code (NEC).