Fusion 4 Series Controllers are the most powerful relay controllers we currently manufacture.
Capable of controlling relays from a computer, sensor readings, or a time schedule, Fusion 4
controllers can be used to automate just about any application. Choose a controller based on
the quantity and power rating of relays your application requires.
Flip a switch and send a SMS Text Message. Push a Button and Send an email. Trip a sensor
and send a message to a server to do just about anything you want... from anywhere in
the world. Push Notification series controllers send messages from real-world electronics to
computers and servers.
Newer Fusion Series controllers are available to replace the older Reactor Series controllers.
Because of the wide usages of the older Reactor Series products, they will not be discontinued; however,
firmware and Base Station support will no-longer evolve to include minor changes and improvements.
Sensor Controlled Relays: Reactor Series
Activate Relays and Events when Sensors Reach specified Limits.
Use a Computer to Setup the Reactor, then Let the Reactor Work by itself.
Manual computer control optional.
Bluetooth Relays are equipped with firmware built into the board that will allow you to Control one relay at a
time, a bank of relays or all relays at once with manual and automatic refreshing
command set. Use your Bluetooth software built into your computer to Pair this device with your computer. Once
Paired, this device will mount as a COM port on your PDA or Laptop.
Bluetooth Relay Options
If you want to control relays with your smartphone (and you are savvy at writing such an application), then Bluetooth is
the ideal choice. iPhone, iPad, and iPod developers: Apple iOS devices
encrypt the Bluetooth protocol deliberately, so our Bluetooth interface will
not work with Apple IOS devices.
4 Channel Bluetooth Relay Features
4 SPDT, SPST or DPDT Relays Installed
300 Ft. Wireless Range
Bluetooth Wireless Interface Mounts as a Virtual COM Port on your PC, Laptop, or
Smart Phone for Easy Programming