Added X10. Now Halogens Blink


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Old 09-13-02, 12:32 PM
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Added X10. Now Halogens Blink

Hopefully this question belongs in this forum. It is an X10 question but I don't think the problem is...

Anyhow, I added an X10 switch into a circuit to control my garage light with via a sensor. All is well with that, but since I have done this, my 12V (I think) Halogen undercabinet lights in my kitchen blink on and off on the high setting. It almost seems like they are doing it at 60 cycles per second.

Anyone know why this is? The Halogen lights work fine on any setting but high. With that said I pretty much hate these lights except for the fact that I love the effect of the light itself. The quality of these round fixtured halogen undercabinets leave a LOT to be desired!
 
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Old 09-13-02, 07:32 PM
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Old 09-14-02, 12:55 PM
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Response (Mark) - 09/14/2002 09:23 AM
Hi

Your under-counter lights use a transformer which must be very
sensitive to noise on the power line. X10 looks like noise to some devices.
Plug that transformer in to a 4845AC and all will be back to normal.
see the 4845AC at: http://www.smarthome.com/4845.html

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