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|Supply voltage||230VAC/50Hz, DC adapter|
|Emergency power battery||4x AA battery, (24 hod. standby lithium battery)|
|Transmits X-10 commands||On, Off, Dim, Bright, All Lights On, All Units Off|
|X-10 Powerline||1 impuls v 0°, 60° and 120° (120 kHz ± 2 kHz / 2.5 Vpk-pk)|
|RF frequency||433,92 MHz|
|RF range||15-30 m (through walls or ceiling) or 100 m in open space|
|Operating temperature||-10°C to 40°C|
Now you can have the protection of a dog without the maintenance! These units will bark at your command to deter would be intruders.
Included with the unit is the DM10 External X10 RF Motion Detector. Install this outside your house, and when the unit sees motion it will send an X10 RF transmission to the DK10 and the DK10 will start barking.
Alternatively you can optionally purchase a KR22 control. Simply press a button on the KR22 and the DK10 will start barking. The random barking sounds amazingly realistic, especially when heard through a door.
Since the DK10 is both wireless RF as well as mains X10 you can use any X10 transmitter to make the DK10 start barking. Barking volume is adjustable
The DK10 will also act as a X10 RF to X10 PLC Gateway. So any X10 RF transmissions are added onto the mains as X10 PLC commands
Once triggered the DK10 will send an X10 mains signal, on it's House Code/ Unit Code, so an optional X10 receiver will turn on - you could have a bedside lamp, or a hall light turn on - so it looks like someone has awoken to see what all the noise is
Some people do not want the DK10 to bark for 4 minutes. To get over this also purchase a TM13 RF interface and install it inside the house, close-by the DM10. The DM10 will signal the TM13, which will in turn trigger the DK10, but this time via X10 mains signalling. The DK10 will bark for 30 seconds. DO NOT RUN THE DK10 ON BATTERIES!!
To increase the range that the DM10 sensor can signal the DK10 from, again purchase a TM13 and install it inside, close-by the DM10. The DK10 will then be triggered by X10 mains signalling, which will travel much further than an X10 RF signal. As above, the DK10 will bark for 30 seconds
The DM10 also monitors day light and darkness, and will send an X10 RF command on it's own address + 1 (so if it is set as A1, it would send dawn = Off and dusk = On commands on A2) so suitably installed X10 receivers could control outside lights, etc
Additional DM10 sensors may be purchased to cover additional areas of your property
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