Cables & Adaptors
DIY HTPC Parts
Home Theatre PC's
Delta Electronics Inc
Use keywords to find the product you're looking for
Intel i5-2300 Quad-Core i5 2.8 GHz Socket 1155 CPU
Do you own a 3D TV?
Yes, I love it!
Yes, but I mainly use it as a 2D TV
No, but I will be buying one in the next 12 months
No, I'm not really interested in 3D TV
What is RSS?
SSL Security Info
You are viewing a part of our web site that does not require a secure connection.
What is SSL?
X10 CM12 Programmable Computer Interface (USB lead) (OEM)
Up to 136 Reward Points
Usually ships in 1-2 business days
The CM12 Programmable Computer Interface is a device that enables a PC to interface with other X10 Modules. The CM12 links onto your PC via a USB or serial port. Using the supplied Windows based ActiveHome software (supplied on CD) you can program timed schedules for your lights and appliances and create X10 macros. A macro is a series of X10 commands forwarded in sequence to other X10 Modules (such as Lamp and Appliance Modules). The sequence can include a time delay. For example, turn the lounge room lights off, 5 minutes after the TV is switched on.
mControl (not supplied) is Windows XP Media Centre 2005 software that can be used to link to the CM12 instead of using the supplied ActiveHome software. mControl includes all the functionality of ActiveHome and much more.
The CM12 has 1 Kilobtye on-board memory which enables the CM12 be used as a stand alone X10 Controller once it is programmed using a PC. The on-board memory can hold a limited number of X10 time schedules and macros, which are downloaded to the CM12 from the PC. Once stored on the CM12 the time schedules and macros will still run even if the PC is switched off. If the PC is Energy Star compliant then the CM12 can automatically "wake" the PC from Standby mode to handle actions that exceed the CM12's on-board memory capabilities.
The CM12 requires 2 x AAA batteries to power the on-board memory, as the on-board memory is not powered by the mains power. If the PC is attached then the timer's function will run via the ActiveHome or mControl software, otherwise batteries are required to run the CM12's inbuilt timer.
220V / 50Hz
1 Kilobtye on-board memory
2 x 1.5V AAA batteries
1 week (typically)
25 typically, 39 maximum
Software and drivers
Compatible with PC and Macintosh
Varies with mix of events and macros.
in category Home Automation
New Usana Canada Store!
Holiday Trading Hours
New Usana New Zealand Store
Tell A Friend
Tell someone you know about this product.
Share This Product
How to Rent?
Monday 22 January, 2018
Terms & Conditions
Payment & Credit Cards
Shipping & Returns
Affiliate Terms & Conditions
become a fan
Copyright © 2004-2018 Better Computers Australia Pty Ltd
All prices, specifications, availability, and terms of offers are subject to change without notice.
Stock Status is updated once daily and products marked as In Stock could be sold out at time of purchase.
Images are for illustration purposes only and may not represent actual products.
from our health store.