I have some X10 modules in an inaccessible attic that control outside floodlights.
95% of the time, no problem. But every so often we go though periods where the lights keep getting turned on.
Solution so far has been an ancient RadioShack clock/controller and hitting it's "All Off" button, but this thing is on it's last legs - having fallen to the floor one too many times.
Some years ago, I bought an Insteon 2414 USB-attached controller, but it just didn't work. A hundred bucks or so down the drain. Tried mating it up with mControl instead of the Insteon-supplied software, but still no-go.
So, the question: Is there a combination of hardware/software that I could get to control these modules? My plan would be to create a macro or something that, when these periods come around where the lights keep coming on, can be run in a loop to just keep issuing "Off" commands every so many seconds.