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.
Time Activated Using Integrated Real Time Clock - Board Knows What Time & Day It Is
Accurate Machine-Manufactured Design
Onboard Ethernet Interface - Plugs directly into Router - Use Netgear adapter for
Network Communication Options: - Virtual COM Port over Ethernet - Direct TCP/IP
Communications - Supports DHCP - Supports Fixed IP Address
Supports Daylight Savings Time
Sync Time with PC or Manually Set Time
Built-In Working Web Pages - Page for Turning Relays On/Off - Page to View Status of
Relay - Plus Many More!
Web Time Activated Relay Set Time Schedule to Trigger
Our Time Relays are equipped with firmware built into the board that will allow you to setup a time
schedule to trigger relays. The Time Relay series has an integrated Real Time Clock to control relays based on
a time schedule (the board knows what day & time it is). Ethernet interface that connects directly into
your network router or hub. Once configured the computer is no longer needed and the board will operate on
it's own and the relays will activate according to your schedule that can be as simple or as complex as your
application requires! Access to the built-in web pages from anywhere on the network or internet using any
device with a browser to override the time schedule and trigger relays.
Time Schedule Control
Events are scheduled times when a relay or group of relays are turned on or off. They are defined by the user
first by time: Year, Month, Day of Month, Day of week, Hour, Minute, and Second. You have the ability of
switching relays on or off at very specific times. You can add up to 1000 Events to the list.
Time Relay - Without Having to Learn
Programming These -Channel Time Activated Relays can trigger relays according to a time schedule! Time
Activated Relay You Can Count On!
For applications where time must match
a computer or server use Relay Timer.
Relay Timer is software
that uses a computer's time!
selecting the Web Relay interface you will be uploading the time schedule to the board through your local area
network or internet. Boards on this page are equipped with a Web-i communications module that adds
Ethernet communications to the board. The board will plug directly into your router where it is assigned
an IP address. Once the IP address has been assigned the board can be discovered on the network using the
included Base Station software. Using Base Station you can configure your time schedule and upload it to
the board. To Override any time setting or see the status of the relay at any time you can access the
pages built into the module and trigger relays using any device with a browser.
Selecting an Web Relay Board
Below you will find the 1-channel Time Clock Relays that are
available. The difference being the amperage of the relays installed and the type of relay.
Choose the controller that
fits the amperage you are switching. You will find SPDT relays in the 5, 10 and 20 amp versions and an
SPST version in 30 amp. A solid state version is also available. For more information on selecting
the correct relay for your application see
Choosing a Proper Amperage.