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domus.Link is a web-based frontend for Heyu, a program that allows your computer to control devices by transmitting information over your house's power lines. The design of this application concentrates on separating configuration from actual controls, with the aim of offering the user a simple and intuitive graphical user interface. The primary objective of domus.Link is to enable anyone with little or no knowledge of home automation systems to easily manage/administer the system.

This system requires that you have an CM11A or CM17a X10 controller and compatible modules for X10.

 domus.Link 2.1.2

Free to download



Istvan Hubay Cebrian


System Requirements
Heyu 2.8.0 or higher
Apache 2.2 or higher
PHP5 or higher

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Features include:

  • Simple installation
  • Web based Heyu configuration
  • Support of heyu config files with comments. No special configs for domus.Link
  • Alias page now controls floorplan
  • Aliases can be hidden from floorplan Home display
  • Added setup verification of files and permissions
  • Heyu config page only shows applicable items to domus.Link
  • Multi user config change detection added
  • Updated status/info/start/stop display to be consolidated
  • Two way module sorting by house area and type
  • Add/Remove/Edit/Sort Aliases
  • ON/OFF Controls for every type
  • DIM/BRIGHT Controls for Lights
  • Support for multi-aliases (ie: A1,2)
  • Support for CM17A interface
  • Shutter support
  • Scenes support
  • Timer and trigger administration
  • Advanced timer and trigger administration
  • Macro administration
  • Multiple schedule file support
  • Upload/Erase options
  • Utility to execute custom Heyu commands by Brad Samuels
  • Multilingual
  • Themes

domus.Link in action

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