Microbit 2.0 AB iPhone WebSwitch 1.6 released. Updated to work better with iOS 7
Webswitch 1216H is a remote controlled switch with 5 relay outputs (230V/16A) which can be controlled independently via the built in home page from any network connected device having a web browser(PC, Smart phone, etc). There are also Apps available for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone. The Webswitch is fully standalone and is connected directly to the local network.
Key features include:
Supports both 10 and 100 Mbits Ethernet networks.
Setup via USB using a Windows PC and the Microbit Setup Manager software makes the initial setup of the network settings easy.
Supports up to 25 1-Wire bus devices (BUS-A, BUS-B), for ex. temperature sensors.
Built in DynDNS Client for easy host name based access from the Internet.
Can be equipped with radio transceiver hardware for receiving and transmitting Nexa compatible codes. Enables controlling remote switches using the so called Nexa protocol as well as receiving codes from Nexa transmitters. (Extended version only)
Additional software modules, currently “Auto Control Programs“(automatic control of relays and Nexa remote switches using a flexible combination of time/temperature/light/sun rise+set) and “Car Warm Up“(automatic control of one or two relays/Nexa remote switches in order to heat up the car’s engine and/or coupé at a given departure time and outside temperature.) (Extended version only)
The Switch fits into a standard DIN-rail system (6M). There are lot of cheap DIN-boxes which can be used for outdoor installations.
The Webswitch’s internal software(firmware) can easily be updated, either via the web interface or via USB using the Windows based Microbit Setup Manager software.
The settings can be both exported and imported.
Possible to control relays, reading inputs, temperatures and relay states using HTTP/REST commands. Find more information here
Can send emails when for ex. temperature goes below/above a programmable level.
Mobile Phone Apps for Iphone, Android and Windows Phone available for remote controlling the Webswitch.
Note that if you intend to connect high-voltage devices(for ex. 220-230 Volts) directly to the Webswitch, depending on your country’s regulations and laws, you might have to consult a authorized person(electrician) for the installation.
Power 8-12V AC or 9-16V DC(polarity independent) connected to screws or 2.1/5.5 mm DC-connector
Power consumption max 800 mA AC with all relays active max 400 mA DC with all relays active
Relays 230VAC/16A (5×1 pol) connected via screw
USB interface USB 2.0 (USB-mini connector)
LAN interface 10Base-T/100Base-T (Ethernet) RJ45
Indications LAN Interface 2 pc. LED in the RJ45 connector showing LINK status (Yellow) and DATA Rx (Green)
Indications common Relay 1-5 status and Power On
Dimensions (lxwxh) 105 x 86 x 49 mm 6 Modules DIN-rail
Temperature range 0-55°C(The device itself)
Options Inputs for up to 25 temperature sensors (single wire bus DS18B20)
2 x Digital Inputs
Software for setup Microbit Setup Manager to set IP, netmask etc, and for firmware update
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