Automatic lighting control can
greatly improve security, economy and convenience in your home.
When areas are unoccupied, economies can be made by having lighting
switch on automatically only when people enter an area and remaining on only
while they are present. In areas of the home there are both convenience
and safety features in having automatic lighting. For example a sleepy child
or an elderly person might stumble on unlit stairs.
1. As you come close to a motion detector, it
switches on a light to guide you safely.
2. Lights will also go on if you open a door.
3. In a large building a whole area will light up if someone comes in.
4. If no-one is in the area for a time, the lights will go off to save
X10 devices required
MS13E PIR Motion Sensor (1 per room/area)
This battery powered device sends an RF "on" signal to the TM13U Transceiver
when it detects movement, like a person entering a room. At a preset time
after no further movement has occured, it will then transmit a second RF
signal to turn the lights off.
TM13U X10 Transceiver Module
(1 or 2 depending on size of house)
This receives RF signals from the MS13E and converts them into X-10
signals which are passed round the main wiring to control lighting control
modules. It can control up to 256 modules.
SM10E Powerflash Module (1 off)
application this would be connected to a floor mat. When someone treds on the
mat, the switch operation triggers the Interface to send an X-10 signal to Lamp
Modules and Wall Switch Modules.
LM12U Lamp Module (several required)
This is a plug-in device into which a lamp can be plugged. On receiving a signal from
the SM10E Powerflash Module or TM13U Transceiver, the lamp is switched on.
LW10U Wall Mounted Light Switch (1 per light)
This will replace any normal light switch. In this application the LW10U
would be used to control incandescent lighting in one area. On receiving a
signal from the SM10E Powerflash or TM13U Transceiver, the LW10U turns on.
It can also be manually switched on/off and dimmed.
AD10 DIN Rail Switch (1 per light)
In this application the AD10 would be used to control both incandescent and
fluorescent lighting in several areas served by the same lighting circuit.
On receiving a signal from the SM10E Powerflash or TM13U Transceiver, the
AD10 turns on. It is fitted to the DIN rail at the consumer unit.