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Home Automation with an MX-3000
Complete System Layout File
Added by Greg Francis | 2008
I've been a computer programmer for longer than I care to admit. It took some time to get used to the development environment for the MX-3000, but this forum helped a LOT. I'm finally posting my RCC file that controls all electronics and lights in my house, inside and out. Many of my controls for the various devices I borrowed from various posts here. I even took some digital pics my rooms and of some of my remotes to put them in the remote either as backgrounds or to use for buttons. I also tried to standardize the layout somewhat, almost every screen has a return arrow in the lower left to go to the previous screen, each room has a lights button in the middle of the bottom edge, each room has a power on/off button in the lower right, each lights screen has an All Off button. I used a lot of variables to determine which devices were on, and each light has its own variable so when it is off the slider is red and to the left, when it is on it is green and to the right. I use X-10 modules for the holiday lights and then hide those buttons during the off season. I even have a Packer G icon on the main page which brings up the schedule with buttons on each game to switch to the proper channel to watch the game. It may not be the slickest looking design, but after 2 minutes of training anyone can use it.
Components in this system:
Denon AVR-3803
Harman/Kardon AVR40
DVD Player:
Insignia IS-DVD10021
JVC AV-2650S
Mitsubishi CS-35607
Mitsubishi HS-U577
Cable Box:
Motorola DCH3416
Cable Box:
Motorola DCT6200/1000
Onkyo TX-5V727
ProScan PSVR57
Digital Video Recorder:
ReplayTV RTV3020
Digital Video Recorder:
ReplayTV RTV5040
DVD Player:
Samsung DVD-HD931
DVD Recorder:
Sony RDR-GX315
Sony KV-27S42
X-10 IR543AH
Yamaha RX-V592

Download attachments:
March 10, 2008
2.64mb, 418 downloads
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Comment by ducklips on Thursday February 21, 2013 at 17:18
Do you have discrete on/off codes for the DCH3416 or variables?

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