WiFi Relay Controller Board

WiFi Relay Controller Board at a Glance...

  • 32 Relays Installed on a Circuit Board
      - Highly Reliable Under Almost Any Conditions
  • Next Generation WiFi - New for 2020
      - 2.4GHz WiFi Communications IEEE 802.11 b/g/nr
      - TCP, HTTP, Bluetooth, USB, UDP, MQTT
      - Security: WPA/WPA2/WPA2-Enterprise and WPS
      - Supports DHCP or Static IP
      - Soft AP Web Interface for Configuration
      - Integrated Web Page for Basic Relay Control
      - FCC Certified Bluetooth with 320′ Range
  • ProXR Versions
      - Industry Leading Command Set
      - Expandable to 256 Relays

Selecting the Proper Amperage

For more information on selecting a board with the correct relay amperage for your application see Choosing a Proper Amperage.

NextGen WiFi Relay Interface

The NexGen WiFi is NCD's second generation WiFi communications module that modernizes connectivity by combining WiFi, Bluetooth, USB, and MQTT Communications into a single module!  The NexGen WiFi module includes firmware that focuses on the most needed features while retaining the flexibility to adapt to just about any application.  Using the integrated web page in Soft AP mode, users have the ability to configure the NexGen WiFi module by enabling and disabling features as needed.

Selecting a WiFi Relay Series

WiFi Relay Controller BoardThe 32-Channel boards are available in the ProXR version.  The boards have firmware installed and accept the ProXR command set, the industry leading command set for controlling relays.  All ProXR controllers are expandable to 256 relays. 

Selecting a WiFi Relay Controller Board

What amperage relay do you need?  Below you will find the 16-channel WiFi Relay Controller Boards that are available.  The difference being the amperage of the relays installed.  Choose the board that fits the amperage you are switching.  You will find SPDT relays in the 5, 10 and 20 amp versions and an SPST version in 30 amp.  DPDT versions are also available with 1, 3 or 5 amp relays installed.  For more information on selecting the correct amperage for your application see Choosing a Proper Amperage.