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Access and Control Relays from Anywhere in the World from your Android Phone, Tablet, or any Android Device. No App Required! This relay controller has a tiny web server built-in, making it possible to control your relays from any web browser as long as your mobile device has internet access.
The Web-i interface built into our controllers plugs in to a router on your network. This tiny controller has built-in web pages, which give you access to the relays on the controller. You can use our web pages or you can edit the pages to make them look the way you want to.
Once your router is properly configured for port forwarding, users may access the web pages built into the Web-i interface from anywhere in the world just like it were a normal web site. Simply use the Web-i web pages to monitor and control your electronics or customize the pages for your own needs.
Control these relays using the preferred web browser of your smart phone. There are two main variations on communicating with the relays.
Local control is the easiest way to gain access to your Web Relays. Local Control means your mobile and the Web-i relay controller are both connected on the same network in a local area. For instance, you are at work and your phone and Web-i device are connected to your office network using the same office router (which support Wi-Fi for your phone and Ethernet for the Web Relay controller).
Simply enter the IP address of the Web-i device into the URL bar of your favorite browser. You will have instant access to the web pages built in to the Web-i controller. When connected in this way, you will only have access to the relay controllers as long as your mobile device is in range of your local area network. Our second method gets around this limitation.
Global control means you can control a Web-i enabled relay controller from anywhere in the world. This means your Android can access this device anywhere internet access is available. Before you can communicate to a Web-i device globally, your router MUST be configured to forward port 2101 (complete instructions on how to forward port 2101, please visit www.PortForward.com).
Once port forwarding is configured, you may access a Web-i device globally (no static IP address required). Simply go to the web browser of your mobile Android device and enter http://link.signalswitch.com/MACAddress into the URL. The MAC Address is actually a group of numbers and letters that are printed on top of the Web-i interface module (do not include spaces or dashes in the URL). Once the Web-i web page appears, bookmark the page so you can access your relays just like an App on your home screen. Using this method, you can be anywhere in the world and still monitor and control relays as long as your mobile device has an internet connection. It even works using 3G and 4G internet services, so you can be in your car and stay in control of your relays.
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|Wiring Diagrams||Wiring diagrams that 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|
Web Based Android Relay - 4 Standard Power Relays with a Web-i Interface
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|Web Based Android Relay - 4 Standard Power Relays with a Web-i Interface|
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