Wifi Relay with a .Net Framework
and Built-In Real Time Clock
ZETH-NET_WiFi uses Stock Digi .Net Framework Communications Module
Pre-Programmed with our Open-Source NCD-NET Firmware paired with a Netgear WiFi Adapter
Control Anything from Anywhere with just the Internet and a Browser
Watch this Video and Check Out our
Demo Page to Learn About this Powerful New Controller
ZETH-NET uses Digi .Net Framework Communications Module Pre-Programmed with our Open-Source NCD-NET Firmware, Allowing a Web Browser to Access and Control an NCD Device from a Local Network or Anywhere in the World. Go to our demo page and take control of one of our -NET controllers here in the offices of NCD from anywhere in the world.
Control this Device Remotely from Anywhere in the World
Control this Web Relay from anywhere you can get an internet connection and on any device with a web browser. That means that your computer, PDA, cell phone, iPhone or iPad becomes a remote control for this device! This new services is available through our website Link.Signalswitch.com. Each .NET module has a unique MAC address printed on the top and you can simply enter http://link.signalswitch.com/MacAddress into the URL. Example: http://link.signalswitch.com/00409D43F71C and then type in the password. It's that simple, after a few moments you will be granted access to the controller. A static IP address is NOT REQUIRED for remote access and the device and computer MUST have separate internet connections.
You can Demo This Interface Now at http://www.signalswitch.com:8080/ and control a Live Board here in our office.
Control this Device from a Local Area Network
This device can also be controlled over a Local Area Network. You may need to log into your router to find the IP address.
Take note of the MAC address printed on the top of the .NET controller. Your router will display a list of IP addresses and associated MAC addresses.
Take note of the IP address that matches the printed MAC address on your controller. Open any web browser and type the IP address into the URL.