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V572 and W800RF32 Comparison
Both the V572 and W800RF32 are X10 RF compatible “All
House Code” transceivers. They both receive RF commands sent from a variety
of X10 compatible devices: Palm Pad remotes, key chain remotes, hawkeye motion
The V572 is made for stand alone operation and acts as a bridge
for your RF transmitters by relaying X10 commands onto the power line.
The V572 receives X10 RF commands, and then broadcasts those commands onto
the power line.
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The W800RF32 is also a X10 RF receiver, but instead of sending commands onto the power line it sends them to a computer running home automation software. The software then decides if an X10 command should be sent onto the power line via another interface (CM11, PowerLinc USB, etc.).
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