Having trouble getting X10 receivers in one area of your home to
operate from X10 transmitters in another area of your home? Solve the
problem in seconds with the SignaLinc™, the world's first
most homes have 2-phase 220V power that splits into two separate 110V
legs, sometimes X10 signals have a hard time making the transition from
one leg to the other. But plug a SignaLinc™ into one of your
220V receptacles (like the one powering your electric dryer) and it
will pass X10 signals between the two power lines in your home.
previous solutions, which could involve hiring an electrician to
hardwire a signal bridge or jury-rigging a capacitor inside the breaker
box, the SignaLinc™ can be installed just by plugging it in!
its built-in receptacle, you'll be able to do this without blocking
other appliances from plugging into it.
The SignaLinc™ is a passive coupler and does not amplify
the signal. This means the signal coupled onto the receiving phase will
be no stronger than the original signal on the transmitting phase. How
well the SignaLinc™ works in your home is dependent on many
including signal strength for the transmission phase. For homes larger
than 3,000 sq. ft., we recommend installing an amplified coupler
repeater, such as the 4826a
For proper usage, double-check that the SignaLinc is properly plugged
into the wall and the dryer is properly plugged into the SignaLinc.
Failure to do so can cause a heat issue.
Safety Tested and Factory
SignaLinc products are safety approved. The assembly line for Smarthome
Design Products is ISO9001 certified. In order to meet the ISO 9001
standards, the entire factory underwent rigorous inspections of
procedures and policies before being thoroughly audited. The
certification received was based on its dedication to high quality
management systems and strict adherence of quality systems and
The SignaLinc for 3-wire dryers remain easily hidden
behind the dryer (measures 3.13" wide, 4.31" high, 2.92" deep [4.34"
deep with AC prongs]).
X10 powerline signals
right into a 220V outlet — no electrician required
receptacle — you won't tie up the outlet
hidden behind your dryer