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X10 Bayonet Lamp Module LM15EB

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Lamp module which fits into a standard bayonet lamp holder. Provides ON and OFF functions and responds to ALL-LIGHTS-ON and ALL-UNITS-OFF X-10 commands.

  • Fits into standard bayonet lamp holder.
  • No dial required for setting unit address.
  • Suitable for use with energy saving bulbs

Please note that this unit does not have any dimming functionality



  • Remove the light bulb from its socket and insert the LM15 into the light socket.
  • Insert a standard light bulb (up to 100W) into the LM15. Energy saving bulbs can be used with this product.
  • Turn the lamp switch on if appropriate.
  • Set any X-10 controller to the House Code and Unit Code you want want the LM15 to respond to.
  • Press the ON button (corresponding to the Unit Code you want the LM15 to respond to) on the X-10 controller three times, at about one second intervals. On the third press, the lamp will turn on signifying that the code has been learnt. To set the code from an IR7243 Infrared Command Centre, press the number three times only.
  • To change the code that the LM15 responds to, turn off the power to the unit, turn it back on and repeat the previous step within 30 seconds after applying power.


Technical Specifications

Supply voltage: 230V +10%/-15% 50Hz
max. 100 W/230V for open shades, max. 60 W/230V for closed shades. Does not contain a dimmer

Dimensions: Length 45, Width 45, Height 95 mm

This product is CE approved for use in the EU


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  1. Some problems installing it, and it's wobbly, but works fine

    Posted by John W on 21st Jan 2012

    The instructions for using the ActiveHome Pro software to set the address of this device do not work for the CM15Pro. A reviewer on this website pointed me at the “Articles” which included different instructions which – with a little modification – did work. Here are the steps which worked for me:

    Having created a Lamp Module with your chosen address ...
    • Create a new macro
    • Click 'simple interface' button, then ‘next’
    • Give the macro a name, and change the Trigger to something different from your chosen address (*)
    • Check 'Macro resides in' specifies My Room
    • In the right-most “Conditions” box, select My Room
    • Drag the Lamp Module icon from the right into the main box on the left
    Make sure the 'ON' button on this is selected
    • Drag the Delay box on the right to beneath the Lamp Module box, then set it to 1 second delay (not 1 minute)
    • Drag another Lamp Module, then another Delay, then another Lamp Module
    • Make sure all Lamp Modules are set ON
    • Return to My Room, which should contain the new macro.
    • Make sure the Lamp Module switch is OFF
    • Switch off your (real) lamp for a few seconds then switch it on
    • Press the 'Run Macro' button; the Lamp Module switch should go ON, and the light should come on.
    • The (real) Lamp Module should now be set with the address you’ve chosen.

    (*) When it was set to the same as the Lamp Module address, I couldn’t stop the macro running; even when I switched off the Lamp Module on screen, it switched it back on!

    I'm using the module in a table lamp (rather than hanging from a ceiling fitting) and as the bayonet fitting has some movement, the module wobbles - especially with the weight of a lampshade. I've addressed this by using some bluetack just above the bayonet fitting.

  2. Marmitek X10 Bayonet Lamp Module LM15EB

    Posted by Dan Hubbert on 24th Jun 2010

    After struggling changing the address I contact UK Automation who gave me a couple of pointers. Under the Articles section on the UK Automation home page and customer questions. It explains perfectly how to program the Bayonet first time. I’ve now got several working round the house with no problems.
    Thanks for the tech support.

  3. Marmitek X10 Bayonet Lamp Module LM15EB

    Posted by Chris Copper on 18th Apr 2010

    No idea yet if the plug in modules are any use - I can't get any software to work with the CM11U controller under windows 7. Keep plugging away though. I'm resorting to a .Net SDK to see if I can create a decent bit of software, but it will take quite some time I suspect...

  4. Marmitek X10 Bayonet Lamp Module LM15EB

    Posted by Dan Hubbert on 31st Aug 2007

    It works but i'm having real trouble changing the device addresses!

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