There is a webpage listing some of the peripherals that the program has been tested with, together with some other items that should work with the program.
Although practically impossible to test every peripheral, the program has been designed to interface with any standard (generic), non-proprietary, device or peripheral, not just with one or two, and therefore should have no problems interfacing and working with both Elk & Ocelot simultaneously! It should also be possible to interface with some of the more (non-generic) proprietary devices, using bridging interfaces. We will investigate the other peripherals mentioned and report our finding in due course.
Please note that Adaptive Home Logic has been designed as a flexible, easy-to-use, general multi-purpose Home Automation application that can work with up to 8 generic (or standard) RS-232 device concurrently, including many unique devices within an RS-485 multi-drop daisy chain network via an RS-232 to RS-485 converter, and or parallel (printer port type &/or ISA/PCI type) input / output boards & peripherals, without requiring expensive plug-ins or controllers and therefore should be able to work with many different home automation accessories without committing you to an investment path in proprietary technology, it can also be linked in with other systems & software to provide additional / useful functionality.
The com port functionality is of particular interest, because in addition to responding & / or controlling a serial device, it can also extract the most recent, latest, user specific data from a com port sentence without a time lag, no matter how fast the data stream, to which an event can then respond or react, without overwhelming the operator with configuration options.
At this time the program does not have its own web interface, this is currently in development, but it can be fully & securely controlled via the internet using remote desktop software built into Windows XP, as well as with other remote desktop software, it can however send an alert by email. There is a photo gallery on the website that displays all the different aspect of the program.
Many thanks for your interest,