Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1000B
Operating System: Windows 98,Windows ME,Windows 2000,Windows NT,Windows XP,Windows XP64,Windows Vista x64
Latest Version / Release Date: 126.96.36.199 / 10 Apr 2008
The X10 USB ActiveHome (ACPI-compliant) is a USB with a complete software suite. The user can get online from work, as well as turn on the lights, and turn on the slow cooker so that dinner will be ready. Schedules in turning on and off the lights can be programmed into this tool. Surveillance cameras can also be used together with the X10 USB ActiveHome (ACPI-compliant) but it is not incorporated with this tool. Alarm clocks are also replaced with this tool because there is no need to stand up from bed to be able to play soft music as a wake up call. X10 USB ActiveHome (ACPI-compliant) is basically a home automating system. It can work with all existing X10 modules and switches including all X10 compatible devices manufactured by other companies. It also receives a command directly from RF remote and then it will start sending the X10 macro commands.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
This is a plug and play tool that can be easily installed. The X10 USB ActiveHome (ACPI-compliant) can control up to 256 unique addresses which are a combination of 16 houses and 16 unit codes. Each address can have an unlimited number of modules. For the X10 USB ActiveHome (ACPI-compliant) to be able to run, the computer's Operating System should be Windows based. A user can see his or her home live over the Internet with iWatchOut by just adding an extra X10 camera and another PC video/USB adaptor cord. iWatchOut has a digital recording ability that can review full-motion video or still images. The system and connectivity requirements for X10 USB ActiveHome (ACPI-compliant) include an Operating System which is any of the following: Windows 98, Windows 2000,Windows ME, and Windows XP. It also needs two available USB ports, as well as an Internet connection which can either be cable, DSL, dial up, or the equivalent. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and X10 USB ActiveHome (ACPI-compliant) errors before installing any driver updates.