Ethernet Controlled Relay
The ZADR410ProXR_ETHERNET Ethernet Controlled Relay has an Ethernet interface that plugs intro a router using a standard CAT5 cable where it is
assigned an IP address. Once on the network, commands can be sent to control the relay from within the network or from outside
through the internet. The board supports virtual COM port over ethernet, direct TCP/IP communications, DHCP and fixed IP Address.
ZADR410ProXR_ETHERNET The Ideal Choice
The ZADR410ProXR_ETHERNET Ethernet Controlled Relay is an ideal choice for controlling relays over a network. The main method of communication
is a standard TCP Socket This communication protocol makes use of Network Sockets to create point to point tunnels that data
can flow through bidirectionally. Commands can be sent to the board and shortly thereafter receive a response through the
Ethernet Controlled Relay - ProXR
This is a ProXR board meaning that it has the industry leading command set and the board can be expanded to include up to 256 relays.
Adding relays is as easy as easy as adding expansion boards as your needs arise.