The Key Fob Series Controllers are designed to use a controller that fits on your keychain to trigger user configured events. You can use one button to activate multiple relays, pulse a relay, or start a sequence of relay activations.
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If you are looking for a solution to remotely control a Relay from a Wireless Remote control, then our Key Fob Reactor Relay Controllers will offer the most powerful solution available on the market today. Not to be confused with single function low-cost solutions, our Key Fob Reactor Relay Controllers are years ahead! Use a button to activate a Relay, use another button to deactivate a relay. Use another button to toggle a relay. Use another button as a momentary switch. Key Fob Reactor Relay Controllers allow you to configure your Key Fob Buttons to control relays in just about any way you can think of. Use a single button to control 8 relays using a Rotation. Use a single button to activate a light for a pre-configured time period. Step the number of active relays up and down using only 2 buttons, or trigger relays in binary sequences for simple 1-button controlled lighting effects. Add sensors to your Reactor controller to make intelligent decisions!
The antenna that is included with the board provides between 200 and 300 feet of reliable operation within Line of Sight using 418 MHz RF frequency. With an optional Long Range Externally Mounted Yagi Antenna that is available on purchase, you can Take Control of your Relays up to 3,000 feet away when used with a Key Fob with an Antenna. A single Key Fob Remote can control relays on different Key Fob Reactor Relay Controllers. Configuration is powerful and flexible with included software that can be found on this page with NO PROGRAMMING! A Key Fob can be selected at checkout.
If you need to read a sensor from anywhere in the world, or control a switch from a distant location, the Reactor Series relay controllers will take control while you are away and give you worldwide access using our Free SignalSwitch.com. Ten Reactor Controllers is all you need to completely automate a large house. You don't need to be a programmer any more. Things have changed. There is a new way to bring the power of automation (once reserved for master programmers) to the average person who possesses basic computer skills. The Reactor Series relay controllers represent an entirely new technology, a new step forward, designed for the real world in mind.
The Reactor controller must be configured using a computer. All decisions are made based on your configuration settings. Configuration settings are created and loaded into the Reactor controller using the NCD Configuration Utility. The Reactor is usually configured using a USB communications module, but may be configured wirelessly. Configuration is a simple Point and Click process, setting parameters to activate relays with user-defined limits. Configuration files can be saved onto your computer or into the controller. We have created many sample configuration files that can be loaded into the Reactor to help speed the configuration process.
Once configured, the Reactor CPU is constantly monitoring your Key Fob button presses using 8 analog inputs. You can use all 8 analog input channels for to monitor your Key Fob buttons, or you can trade a few buttons and use External sensors which may be used for more complex decision making tasks. Key Fob Buttons and Sensors can be configured to trigger relays, relay timers and relay activation sequences. Complex events can also be configured without any programming. Use the Reactor as a Thermostat, a Motion Activated Light with a Programmable Timer, an Automatic Garage Door Closer using sensors.
The Reactor Controller has Analog Inputs that can read switches, resistance changes, or voltages from 0 to 5VDC. Higher or lower voltages will damage the Reactor, so care must be taken not to exceed these limits on the Reactor inputs. We offer many sensors to help get you started, including Motion Detectors, temperature sensors, light sensors, and magnetic proximity sensors. You can connect your own sensors to the Reactor if we don't offer what you are looking for. The Reactor configuration will control how the sensor affects the Relay.
Relays are associated with inputs or events depending on your configuration. Using our NCD Configuration Utility, each relay can be associated with just about any event, so it is possible to associate a relay with a Timer, or directly with an input or a counter (we call counters Rotations). A Rotation counter can be increased or decreased in value, and relays can be assigned to these counters to increase and decrease the number of active relays. A computer is an essential tool for configuration. Once configured, the Reactor controller can operate on its own, without a computer. The Reactor will never lose its settings. In fact, the communication module can be removed from the Reactor controller and used to configure another Reactor controller. This helps keep costs down. If you choose to leave the communication module installed on the Reactor, your computer can monitor inputs and relays, even take control of relays, and even use SignalSwitch.com to control the relays from anywhere in the world.
Software developers who need remote access to a Reactor controller will find themselves at home. The Reactor supports a very powerful computer-based command set, so it is possible for a computer to operate the relays and read sensor input. The computer can over-ride the Reactor decision logic, trigger events, and return control of the relays back to the Reactor Logic. Configuration settings are stored in files that can be loaded into the Reactor controller; we have provided a Reactor Sample Library to help get you started using the Reactor Series Relay controllers.
Reactor Series Relay Controllers Offer Many Communications Options, Including USB, XSC Long Range wireless, 802.15.4 Point to Point, Bluetooth, RS-232, Ethernet, Wi-Fi and ZigBee ZB Wireless Mesh Networking with other communication options to come. A communications module is required for configuration. Once configured, the Reactor will work on its own or a computer may use the communications module to take control of the Reactor for computer control.
|802.15.4 Quick Start Guide||802.15.4 Quick Start Guide|
|NCD Base Station Software||Base Station identifies the controller that is attached to your computer and provides a convenient graphical user interface for controlling and testing your NCD Device.|
|Reactor Quick Start Guide||Download the Reactor Quick Start Guide to learn about the Reactor Logic and Configuration|
|Reactor Packages||Packagres containing everything you will need for many of our most requested applications|
|Sensors and Accessories||Reactor Controllers work with Many Sensors and Switches, We are Growing our List of Sensors to Help Speed Development Time|
|NCD Component Library||The NCD Component Library is a Plug-In for Visual Studio 2005/2008 that greatly reduces software development time, effectively reducing most control operations to a single line of code. This free download includes many example applications covering a wide range of topics.|
|Wiring Diagrams||These wiring diagrams will help you understand how to connect to your devices and use relays as a form of control logic|
|Mechanical Drawing||Mechanical Drawing for this board|
Key Fob Relay 4-Channel 30-Amp SPST + 3-Channel 8-Bit A/D with 802.15.4 Interface
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|Key Fob Relay 4-Channel 30-Amp SPST + 3-Channel 8-Bit A/D with 802.15.4 Interface|