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Re: [ukha_d] HA

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  • Steve
    Looks like more than capable. I have integrated a few X10 units into my system but so far i am not impressed at all. ... From:
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      Looks like more than capable.

      I have integrated a few X10 units into my system but so far i am not
      impressed at all.

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: <REB.Barnett@...>
      To: <ukha_d@egroups.com>
      Sent: 02 August 2000 8:58 AM
      Subject: RE: [ukha_d] HA


      > > Can any comment as to weather BasicX and the BX-24 is up to
      > > the purpose ?
      > > HAve i made a good choice of what is available ?
      >
      > I've only just started playing with them so can't say much. However, when
      I
      > was looking, they seemed to run faster, have more memory and provide more
      > on-board facilities than other alternatives. The prices may be a little
      > higher, but the BX-24 doesn't require any additional circuitry to run it.
      > There's also an active eGroup for the BasicX range - BasicX@egroups.com
      >
      > From memory, the key features of the BX24 that attracted me are:
      > Doddle to program for, having an easy VB like compiler, and high level
      APIs
      > Built in support for standard RS232 comms with a PC
      > Support for an additional RS232 port
      > One-wire bus interface and API support
      > Stacks of on board memory (relatively)
      > Claimed support for X10, but no documentation on how this works
      > Built in A/D convertor
      >
      > The BX-01 lacks some of the bits, like one-wire and the A/D convertor, but
      > does support easy expanded RAM, and more importantly, has an API and
      > hardware for networking to other BX-01s via RS485.
      >
      > HTH, Ray Barnett
      >
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