TM751 Wireless Transceiver Module
The wirelss control of the lights and devices in your home or business is simple and convenient with the TM751 X10 Plug-in Transceiver Module at the heart of your system. The TM751 Transceiver picks up radio frequency signals from X10 remotes, like the HR12A PalmPad or a KR19A Keychain, and sends the signals over your existing home wiring to all connected modules
As the base of an expandable system that allows you to customize the lighting and appliances throughout your home, the TM751 X10 Plug-in Transceiver Module enables you to use your X10 wireless remote control from any room. The TM751 sends out signals along the electrical wiring in your home to the receiver modules (like the LM465 Lamp Module and AM466 Appliance Modules) that connect to your lights and appliances. It does feature its own built-in appliance module on the bottom of the switch, but this can only be controlled via the wireless remote and they will not respond to powerline commands (like the AM466 Appliance Module).
Welcome yourself home with well lit rooms and your favorite radio station before you’re even in the door from a keychain remote. Entertain instantly with dimmed lighting, fans, decorative lamps, and environmental elements switching on without your having to get up. You may even impress your guests!
The way you interact with your home will change with the X10 modules you control with the TM751 Transceiver. There are a number of Wireless X10 Controllers available, and there’s sure to be one that works for you. As a system they control your environment with the modern ease you’re seeking.
NOTE: Attempts to use more than one TM751 Transceiver on the same wiring may occasionally cause signal collisions which may “lock up” your transceiver. Though, most home systems run easily off a single transceiver. In the event of a lock up, simply unplug your transceiver and plug it back in. If you feel you need more than one transceiver, the RR501 Transciever is the TM751’s bigger brother. It is built with a filter system to filter out signals from other RR501 transceivers so lockout’s and hangup’s aren’t a problem.
Be careful to have only one RF base unit or X10 security console (which also change RF signals into X10 signals for the electricity line) per housecode. If more than one base unit is used on the same housecode, X10 signal collisions may result.