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 on: January 21, 2021, 09:43:05 PM 
Started by BSwagger412 - Last post by petera
You donít by any chance have an X10 security panel in use or one you could use. They also act like transceivers and can get a signal back to the power line. Just a thought if you had one.

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 on: January 21, 2021, 08:38:15 PM 
Started by Brian H - Last post by Brian H
This topic has been moved to Wireless Cameras(non IP).

http://forums.x10.com/index.php?topic=31428.0

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 on: January 21, 2021, 08:33:36 PM 
Started by BSwagger412 - Last post by Brian H
Do you have an X10 video receiver to receive its 2.4GHz signal?
Or do you want to try and modify it to get the video signal from it directly?

Do you have the XM13A power supply for it. It is turned On and Off with an X10 power line signal. So you also need a X10 RF Transceiver that can put the Motion Sensors RF commands onto the power line. To control it. The CM19A is a USB model and can not put the X10 command onto the power lines. Maybe a TM751 or RR501 would work.

http://kbase.x10.com/wiki/Wireless_Cameras

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 on: January 21, 2021, 08:16:07 PM 
Started by BSwagger412 - Last post by BSwagger412
So i have a CM19A transceiver A MS16A Motion sensor and a XC18A wireless camera im trying to set it up so the motion triggers the camera to turn on but even a live feed would be nice what software are people using and do i need any other hardware from my understanding what i have is all i need any help would be greatly appreciated     

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 on: January 21, 2021, 10:24:05 AM 
Started by dave w - Last post by brobin
Also MPJA.com which is very similar to Electronic Goldmine.  Interestingly, whenever I receive an email flyer from one I also receive one from the other within 1 minute so they may have some affiliation. 
I do miss the paper catalogs but times have changed.  When I was a kid I'd pore over the Allied, Lafayette, Burstein-Appleby, McGee Electronics, Olson, Heathkit and, of course, Radio Shack catalogs for hours. 

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 on: January 21, 2021, 07:36:51 AM 
Started by dave w - Last post by Brian H
Thank you for jogging my memory.
I had forgotten Electronic Goldmine as a source of goodies.  ;D

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 on: January 21, 2021, 07:33:44 AM 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by Tuicemen
Just had a thought -:)
Since it realy is only the board that I need or want protected, what about using liquid electical tape?
I have some in Black but they do have it in white. It may even work to glue the sensor to the case. ::) :'
It certainly saves looking for a case or more solder work.

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 on: January 21, 2021, 06:21:22 AM 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by Tuicemen
  Being that it's a DHT, you could just put it on the side with sticky tape.  Then again, since you opted for the model with the extra board, you will probably want to figure something to hide that.  It would be easiest if you desoldered the board and put some leads on it such that the board went inside and just heat shrink/electrical tape the exposed contacts where the leads were soldered on.
Good Idea, there is a cool spot on the case. I have a few DHT11 sensors (if I can find them) that I can tear down as a trial run. ;)

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 on: January 20, 2021, 07:32:52 PM 
Started by dave w - Last post by bkenobi
I haven't looked at that store front before.  I've ordered from AllElectronics.com and MCM (now Newark) a few times.  I'll check them out in the future though!

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 on: January 20, 2021, 06:33:39 PM 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by bkenobi
If it's measuring conditions inside, you don't need to put it in anything since it already includes an enclosure.  If you wanted to put it in something as an enclosure, I would recommend the BME280 and a simple container like a contact lens box with holes or similar.  These are low voltage devices so the enclosure isn't important.  Being that it's a DHT, you could just put it on the side with sticky tape.  Then again, since you opted for the model with the extra board, you will probably want to figure something to hide that.  It would be easiest if you desoldered the board and put some leads on it such that the board went inside and just heat shrink/electrical tape the exposed contacts where the leads were soldered on.

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