yes it will most likely work
. You might have to adjust the response setting on the X10 to account for what might be a difference in gain between the x10 and the cpt, this is very dependent on motor
gearing as well as the electronics
design, but it is worth a try. I believe the X10 has circuits that detect motor
load, so if the motor for the CPT was a little to big the X10 will just indicated a MOTOR STALL on occasion. I routinely have gone in the other direction and drive various tiller motor and hydraulic AP steering
systems with my own electronics with great success. My guess is the motor on the CPT, which is a window winder motor from the auto industry, is similar in electrical
load to the X10's motor. You may have to reverse the motor wiring
to get the feedback going in the correct direction.