The RC-1216H is developed especially for remote control of Amateur radio accessories like Antennas, Power Amplifiers and rotators via the Internet in a user-friendly and cost-effective way. Lot of radio accessories are designed to be controlled from a PC via a serial port (RS-232). Serial ports are not very convenient to transfer over the Internet. The RC-1216H acts as PC against the connected equipment at the same time as it shows a more user friendly web based user interface for the operator. The web interface is much more convenient to use over the Internet as no special software need to be installed in the PC and it can be reach from any Internet connected PC around the world. For the moment the Remote control RC-1216H can be configured to control SteppIR antennas, the ACOM-2000A Power Amp, Prositel Rotators, Yaesu rotators with GS-232B interface and other Green Heron controlled rotators. The Remote control unit RC-1216H system is connected to the Internet primarily via 10 or 100 Mbit Ethernet and fixed connections like DSL, cable and WLAN or 3G Mobile systems.
The RC-1216His easily configured via modern USB and WEB based user interfaces.
“RC-1216H” ACOM Control Microbit Application (Photo by RemoteRig.com)
“RC-1216H” SteppIR Control Microbit Application (Photo by RemoteRig.com)
“RC-1216H” Rotators Control Microbit Application (Photo by RemoteRig.com)
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