have developed of a completely new generation relay controller with
keychain size Key Fob Relay Control. Users will be able to
control relays with the touch of a button you hold in your hand!
Touch a button and a command to will be sent to a Reactor Relay
Series board that has a key fob chip installed to activate a relay.
The Key Fob Relay will be compatible with relays with up to 8 channels.
Each Key Fob button can be programmed to control up to 8 relays
in any number of ways. The Key Fob Relay will also be able
to provide a manual override to the Reactor Series Relay Boards.
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.
The Key Fob 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.
may load and save reactor settings into individual files.
Your choice of 5 Key Fobs are available to configure to fit your needs.
Computer Controlled Switching without the Computer!
Configure this controller with a USB port with the installed USB interface then let the controller or Key Fob control the relays.
New Board Designs
The new Reactor Relay Series features our new surface mount
LED lights. These lights are smaller and brighter
than previous generation lights for making relay status
easier to read at a glance. The Reactor Relays will
also feature a new board design with Break-Away Tabs.
With the Tabs on, the board will fit into an enclosure.
If your project requires a smaller profile without an enclosure,
simply snap off the tabs on each side for a smaller board.
1 Channel Relays Interfaces will include USB, 802.15.4
Wireless, XSC Long Range Wireless and ZB ZigBee Mesh Networking.
Over 100 sample files will be included that demonstrate
the following features and many more:
Temperature Activated Relay
Light Activated Relay
Motion Activated Relay
Programmable Time Delay Relay
Motion Activate Sequence of Driveway Lights
Programmable Watchdog Timer Relay
Relay Background Flashing
Input Triggers Complex Relay Timing Sequence
Using Multiple Rotations
Push Button On/Off Relay Control
Push Button Triggers Flashing Relay
Push Button Triggers/Cancels Relay Timer Sequence
8-Way Light Switch (8 Light Switches Control 1 Relay)
More than 100 Example Configuration
Files to be Included!
1 Channel Key Fob Relay
Our 1 channel Key Fob Relays feature
SPDT & SPST
relays and all are available with 1 channel 8-Bit
Digital Conversion. All are of course
compatible. Buttons on a Key Fob can be programmed
to control the relay in a number of ways and return the
control back to the reactor logic. Your choice of
Key Fob can be purchased at checkout.
1 Channel Key Fob Relay with Break-Away
1 Channel Key Fob Relay with Tabs
1 Channel Reactor Relay Without
New to Reactor Relay? Click the following links for helpful
wireless articles to get you started.
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.