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  • PLM International version

    still no 220v PLM ?

  • #2
    Correct.
    Though I have seen some third party overseas vendors. Using the 2242 international version HUB and putting in a Serial Interface Daughter Board in place of the Network Interface Daughter Board. To be used as a PLM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by BLH View Post
      Correct.
      Though I have seen some third party overseas vendors. Using the 2242 international version HUB and putting in a Serial Interface Daughter Board in place of the Network Interface Daughter Board. To be used as a PLM.
      have any more details for me to find them?

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      • #4
        What part of the world?
        As the International 2242 being modified. Also has to have the proper RF frequency for the countries allowed frequency. The right RF frequency is needed for Insteon modules sold in the country.

        This also has caused others to have issues. Though many of the US Insteon modules are now universal AC power. Taking a US module and trying to use it with an Dual Band International Insteon module. May cause the RF frequencies to be different and only the power line signals will be used.
        Last edited by BLH; 05-26-2017, 03:36 AM.

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