The CM15 Pro IS a European controller. Same standard as all other European equipment. I’m not sure where you are getting your information from.
I started this project purely to prove that with the addition of the RF Send to the XTENLIB there should have been no doubt that both the CM15 Pro and the CM19E could communicate on an RF-RF basis with the SC9000 Security Console without the addition of any external hardware.
On this basis my assumption was that it should also work with it’s North American counterparts. Not having an SC9000 Security console up until recently I couldn’t verify this.
It is now clear that tests carried out by other users previously were based on using the incorrect format of the RF Send hex code from HG to the security console. I have seen so many posts to verify this.
As far as I am concerned now, I have verified that HG can indeed address an X10 Security console via RF Send without the aid of any external hardware like the Broadlink. While they may choose to purchase a Broadlink for other purposes they certainly do not need it for HG to X10 security console communication. This seemed to be a very important issue for some who were hoping to migrate from their current home automation setup to HG.
By all means do start a new post for North American x10 console users but obviously I cannot do any testing or research in this case. What I do know is that a number of North American users have contacted me directly to confirm that my findings now concur with their equipment.
The XTenLib is a powerful driver and I imagine now supersedes Mochad and would certainly equal anything used in AHP.