Point to Multi-Point Relay

Point to Multi-Point Relay at a Glance...

  • Wireless Operation up to 1 Mile (1.6km)
  • Contact Closure Triggers Relays in Remote Locations
      - Contact Closure Inputs on Sender
      - Relays on Receiver
  • Sold with Multiple Boards
      - 1 Contact Closure Board
      - 24 Maximum Locations
      - 8 Maximum Relays Per location
  • Contact Closure Inputs can be Wired to Your Needs
      - An Input for Each Remote Relay
      - One Input can control Multiple Remote Relays
      - One Input can Control All Remote Relays

Contact Closure to Multi-Point Relay

MirM Point to Multi-Point Relay Boards allow you to control relays in multiple locations from a contact closure (no voltage) input.  Inputs on the sender board controls relays on multiple remote boards.  Each relay in each location can be controlled independently and you can have up to twenty-four locations with one or two relays in per board.  Four relays per board can have twelve locations and eight relays per board can have six locations.  The inputs can be wired to control relays in any combination to any location.  You now have total contact closure control in multiple locations for kill switches, sirens, lights, or even extending one contact closure to multiple locations!

2.4 GHz Communications

Point to Multi-Point RelayThe sender board and each receiver board is equipped with a Wireless XB24-AWI-EXT module that adds a wireless interface to the boards.  The 2.4 GHz 802.15.4 communications module adds wireless communications between the boards.  This module has a 1-mile (1.6 kilometer) wireless range, line-of-sight.

Selecting a Point to Multi-Point Relay

How many relays do you need?  Below you will find all the Point to Multi-Point Relays that are available.  Each section is broken down by the number of relays installed on the receiver board.  Choose how many relays you require at each location and click that link.  This will bring you to a page where you will select the amperage of the relays that will be installed in the remote location boards.