|Tom's Parallax Basic Stamp Home Automation Ideas|
|Here are a couple of Automation Ideas I have designed that use the Basic Stamp microcontroller manufactured by Parallax Inc.|
|Controlling the TW523 with a Basic Stamp-II (XOUT)||Stamp-to-Firecracker Information||Reading TW523 X-10 info using a Basic Stamp-II||Building a Multi-Housecode RF Receiver
using a Basic Stamp-IIsx
(The Original Whole House X-10 Transceiver!)
All Housecode Transceiver (AHT) Project
(Credits: Dave Houston)
The current X-10 transceivers (eg TM751, RR501, etc...) are designed to only receive and send X-10 signals on ONE user-specified Housecode (1 of a possible 16). Most Home Automation systems installed in residences often use more than one housecode for RF control purposes. This setup requires that multiple X-10 transceivers be installed for proper operation.
This project involves the building of a Multi-Housecode X-10 Transceiver. This design uses three components, mainly a TW523 X-10 powerline interface, a Parallax Inc. Basic Stamp-IIsx programmable microcontroller and a RF receiver/daughterboard taken out of a TM751 X-10 Transceiver. This project can then replace all the transceivers installed.
STAMP-IISX BASIC CODE (BSX file)
STAMP-IISX BASIC CODE (Text/viewable version)
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