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Author Topic: OnAlert AHP DX7000 Installation  (Read 11602 times)


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OnAlert AHP DX7000 Installation
« on: December 22, 2006, 05:11:09 PM »


I have done a search and failed to find a discussion on this topic.

I have successfully installed a DX7000 with assorted modules.  Works fine.

I am now trying to do the OnAlert install of all the DX7000 modules and I'm having some problems.  Based on what I have read I suspect RF range with the modest CM15A antenna to be the issue.  However when I use a TM751 near the problem modules I still have problems. 

FWIW - everything I have is new/current x10 equipment and all have fresh batteries.

I guess my question is what is relevant?  What is really happening?  Is this a RF range issue between a module and the CM15A or the module and DX7000?  Is a TM751 going to help?  Is this the part where you folks tell me to get the CM15A antenna as high in house as possible?


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Re: OnAlert AHP DX7000 Installation
« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2006, 06:35:26 PM »

A TM751 isn't designed for the security modules so it won't help!
x10 sells a RF signal repeater which may help!
Is this the part where you folks tell me to get the CM15A antenna as high in house as possible?
Yes! ;) :D ;D or at least play with some of the many sugested ideas for inproving RF reception!  ;) :D ;D

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