What is a Wi-Fi 802.11b Wireless Relay Controller?
Wi-Fi 802.11b Wireless Relay Controllers Offer Computer Controlled Data Collection and Switching of High and Low Power Devices using any available any available Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) that supports 802.11b communications. Network Relay Switches allow remote relay switching from any computer on a local area network. Features include control of up to 256 relays under software control, as well as 8 channels of analog to digital conversion. Integrated temperature sensor allows temperature measurements from any computer on the network.
What is the Advantage of using a WiFi Wireless Relay Board?
Watchdog and server reboot timing features allow the controller to automatically reboot up to 16 servers should communication be lost between the server and the WLAN relay controller.
Telnet relay control is also possible, supporting both encrypted and non-encrypted communications. RealPort drivers allow you to map an IP address to a COM port on your local computer, allowing your software to speak to the controller on a network as though it were directly connected to the serial port of your computer.
802.11b relay controller boards are ideally suited for high-current switching of lights, motors, and other high current devices. DPDT versions offer an ideal solution for switching analog audio, video, or telecommunications switching applications.
Advanced users may want to employ other communication protocols to speak the the Wi-Fi 802.11b Relay Controller. NCD Wi-Fi 802.11b Relay Controllers can also be controlled using Telnet. I.P. Addresses are Automatically or Manually assigned. NCD Ethernet Relay Controllers Also Support Security Protocols such as Shared Key, WEP, WPA, and Cisco LEAP with support for WEP, TKIP, and CCMP Data Encryption.
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