Learn about the ZigBee Wireless Communications and how it stacks up to other Wireless Communication Protocols we use
Watch as we show you how to Set Up the Hardware and the Software necessary to use your Controller
Learn how to Troubleshoot your ZigBee Relay Controllers using the XCTU Software
Learn how computer controlled relays communicate and control
Learn the basics of wireless communications and find the right wireless controller for your application
Learn about Induction Suppression and how to counter it using Capacitors
Learn about Analog to Digital Conversion and its uses
Learn how to find the Com Port that your Device is using
Learn about the Expansion Options available to use with our controllers
This video will introduce you to the world of ZigBee Communications and show you how we integrate ZigBee into our boards.Also read our Article on ZigBee Communications.
This video will show you how to set up both the hardware and software portions of your ZigBee Relay Controller.Also read our Article on ZigBee Communications.
This movie will show you how to Troubleshoot your ZigBee Relay Controllers using XCTU Software.
Also read our Article on ZigBee Networking.
This video is a basic introduction to the world of Computer Controlled Switching and Relays in general.Also read our "Introduction to Computer Control" Article.
Watch to find out the advantages of wireless communications and the differences between wireless communications.Also read our Articles on Communication Protocols.
This video will show you what Induction is and how to use Capacitors to Suppress it.Also read our Article on Induction Suppression.
Learn about the mechanics, applications, and tricks to Analog to Digital Conversion.
Also read our Article on Analog to Digital Conversion.
This movie will show you how to find the Com Port assigned to your Relay Controller.The first half of the video will show you how to do so in Windows Vista and the second half is using Windows XP.
This movie will explain the different expansion options that can be used with our controllers.