Above: Our line of 802.15.4 Wireless modems allow first time users to communicate with ANY 802.15.4 Wireless device, even if it was not manufactured by us!!! Just plug the 802.15.4 Wireless Modem into your computer and install the drivers. The 802.15.4 Wireless modem will mount as a COM port on your PC. Next, talk to the COM port as though you were communicating with a RS-232 serial device that is directly connected to your PC.
8 Channel Wireless Relay
Our 8 Channel Wireless Relays feature
SPDT and DPDT and Solid State relays and are available with your choice of eight channel 8/10-Bit
Analog to Digital Conversion or
UXP Expansion Port on selected models, look for AD or UXP in the part number. All are of course
SignalSwitch compatible. Select 8 Channel Wireless Relays feature the
ProXR Command Set and an
XR Expansion Port, simply look for PROXR in the part number. Built from the ground up with expansion in mind, simply chain the
XR Expansion Modules to the XR Expansion port, one after another, to meet your computer controlled switching requirements to add up to 256 relays.
For more detailed information, video, manuals and to order, please click on the links below.
New to Wireless Relay? Click the following links for helpful wireless articles to get you started.
UXP is a new standardized data port, specifically for the purpose of speaking to various expansion modules. If the controller you are considering is equipped with a UXP port, you can take advantage of extended commands to speak to our growing line of I/O expansion modules. UXP in the part number allows you to:
By downloading the NCD Component Library you will receive over 40 samples from A/D Conversion to Duration and Pulse Timing and best of all it's FREE!! We want the user to be able to experiment with all the different samples available so as of right now the samples cannot be downloaded individually.
We've "Started" the Programming for You
With the NCD Component Library we've "started" the programming for you. We say started because these are fully functioning samples but we've also included the source code so you can customize them to your exact needs. Start by downloading the NCDComponentSetup.zip file from the NCD Component page.