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Powerline Control Systems has released a Windows based software tool that enables users to efficiently setup and record scene lighting systems using the complete line of PCS SceneMaster Lighting products. Previously, the only way to setup and program PCS SceneMaster products was to perform a cumbersome button-pressing series of programming steps using a manual device such as the X10 Maxi-Controller. Features: Works with all PCS SceneMaster products, including SS1L Wall Switches, MM2 Plug-in Modules and LM1 and LM4 2000W Wire-in Power Modules. Easily program up to 16 Scenes and Ramp Rates in all PCS modules. Set primary ramp-rate, receive level and many other parameters. Enable or Disable response to All Lights On and All Units Off. Will work with X10/IBM Active Home Serial Interface (CM11A) or Marrick LynX-10 Serial Interface. All settings are saved in Back-up File and can be printed out in Hard-copy Print Out Form. Built-in X10 General Purpose Transmitter Keypad, for testing or programming. Built-in X10 Receive/Transmit Log function to watch powerline or test transmitters. Will store old settings into new devices

Founded in 1992, Powerline Control Systems (PCS) has been successfully developing and manufacturing reliable, high-quality lighting controls for the residential and commercial markets. PCS products are designed to use standard powerlines to communicate control signals without additional wiring. PCS has developed UPBâ„¢ powerline communication technology which raises the reliability of powerline control to a new level. Potential applications for this technology include lighting, appliance, heating and cooling systems, and web-to-device interfacing. Additionally, PCS developed IPC(Industrial Powerline Communications), a patented retrofittable lighting control technology for industrial and commercial applications. Based on PCS's award-winning UPB technology, used extensively in residential applications, IPC has been developed specifically for high noise, high attenuation environments. Without new wires being run to the lighting fixtures, IPC provides remote control of almost unlimited numbers and types of lighting fixtures. Lighting zones can include any fixture in the building regardless of the fixture's physical location, phase, circuit, or panel it is connected to. IPC allows for the lighting zones to be programmed remotely from a computer without physically accessing the fixtures or rewiring. PCS has been awarded the Home Automation and Networking Association Product of the Year (1999), as well as being chosen as a Top 50 Editor's Pick in 1998 (Lighting Control Module), 1999 (Multi-Module), and 2000 (Fluorescent Smartswitch) by CEPro magazine. PCS currently maintains membership in the following professional organizations; CABA and the Techome Division of the Consumer Electronics Association.

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