At home I have two lamps that are controlled by an X-10 switch. Last night one of them refused to respond to the remote command to turn off. It turned out that I had my I-Opener's power supply plugged into an outlet a few feet from the X-10 receiver. Switching the I-Opener on or off had no effect, but as soon as I unplugged the I-Opener power supply from the wall, the X-10 lamp started to respond to commands again. I plugged the power supply back in without even connecting it to the I-Opener, and the X-10 receiver stopped responding.
Not a major problem - I can always plug the I-Opener far from the X-10 receiver, but I'm curious if anyone else has seen something like this.
RE:I-Opener power supply interferes with X-10 (modified 0 times)
Simple electronics. The I-opener PS is always on when plugged in and it has an ocsillator
curcit which is sending a small RF back to the power line. Turning the I-opener only on
and off only turns the DC at the I-opener. Probably need to get ten feet or more away with
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