At 01:38 PM 9/25/2000 -0400, you wrote:
>one of the nicer add-ons is the device that makes any phone a 256 code
>remote...it captures the DTMF tones from the keypad on your phone line and
>retransmits them as X10 codes...avail at Smart House and Home Automation.
>Also, most people will need the "bridge" device in the breaker panel of your
>house...it connects both phases ("legs") of your incoming power together so
>that X10 signals are distributed down both legs. You need this if you seem
>to have a system the controls only some of the X10 slaves (i.e. only works
>if controller and slave are on the same leg). Get the amplified bridge if
>your house is "big"...it's the only one I've used, other than a cheap
>version that I built myself with some capacitors. The amplified one seems
>to have cured the intermittent response truble I've had before.
What does X10 call the "amplified bridge" or "bridge"?
When it was not obvious which product you are referring to.
I tried to search their site but I was unsuccessful in finding
any reference to either item.