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Re: X10

To: "tllaz" <>, "'Paul Mele'" <>,
Subject: Re: X10
From: "Lawrence R Zink" <>
Date: Sun, 1 Oct 2000 22:33:26 -0500
Assuming that you are in the U.S. you must comply with E.P.A. standards and
your state and local Air Boards standards as well.  Or risk having
everything shut down and heavy fines levied.  The government has really
started cracking down on Polluters and the neighbors can find a shyster to
sue for anything anymore.  just be certain that what you install is legal
and that the air filtration is adequate.

Larry Zink
----- Original Message -----
From: "tllaz" <>
To: "'Paul Mele'" <>; "Jim Ferguson"
<>; "Nils" <>; "Shop-Talk Maillist"
Sent: Saturday, September 30, 2000 8:42 PM
Subject: RE: X10

> Hi ,
> I have been reading about the way you use X10.  I have ordered a few Items
> and have a couple of qestions for anyone who can help.
> Is there any way to increase the range of the transmitters. i.e. a outsie
> antenna ?
> My shop is not on the same service as the house and I would like to be
> to tun on lites in the shop when I go there at night .  The shop is about
> 150ft from the house.
> One last unrelated qestion.  Does any body have any sugjestions on what
> type of a exhaust fan set up to use for painting .  I need to set up a
> makeshift spray booth.
> Thanks,
> Mike L.

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