mControl Version 1.4 Now Available


mControl v1.4 is now available with brand new features and functionality.

INSTEON enhancements:

Confirmed support of ICON Switches (INSTEON 2876DB & 2876SB)

Enhanced support of macro-triggering and screen updates for
SwitchLinc and KeypadLinc

Added support for Preset Dim and Ramp Rates

Improved robustness for receiving X10 commands

Added support for the Z-Wave protocol and associated devices:

Support for PC adapters operating in either primary and secondary
controller mode

Added support for multi-level/dimmable (lamp) devices,
thermostats, and binary (appliance) devices

New Z-Wave Controller utility. This utility allows for convenient
configuration of Z-Wave controllers.

Added support for Preset Dim

Added support for RCS Thermostats:
TZ16 Z-Wave Thermostat
TXB16 X10 Thermostat

Added support for additional security cameras:
D-Link DCS-900
D-Link DCS-900W
D-Link DCS-3220
D-Link DCS-3220G
Further Details:

New mControl Editor Utility-beta. This beta version supports the following

Viewing mControl Zone and Device data in a grid/tabular format

Allows for easy addition, deletion, and editing of Zones and

New mServer Service Controller Utility. This utility allows for convenient
control of the mControl Automation Service.

Enhanced support for CM11A/CM12 X10 adapters to allow for the ability to
receive incoming X10 messages. This functionality allows for real-time
status updates, device macro triggers and thermostat support

The latest version of mControl is now available to both existing and new
customers at no charge.

Existing customers are entitled to all upgrades at no additional
charge within the v1.xx lifecycle

New customers can enjoy all of mControl's features, free, for

For a complete list of all of mControl's features and functionality, please
see the user manual ( v1 (Home
Edition) User Manual.pdf)

mControl v1.4 is available at:

Check out mControl at the Electronic House Expo in Orland Florida at the
Orange Country Convention Center from March 30 - April 1, 2006. They will be
demonstrating mControl v1.4, with a preview of the next to be released v1.5.