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.
Wireless 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. Wireless Relay Controllers allow wireless computer controlled
switching and mount as a COM port on your computer. Wireless Relays are ideally suited
for applications that require data collection and control from a single device.
Wireless Relay Options
Wireless Relays are available in 802.15.4, Bluetooth, XSC Long Range and 802.11b Wi-Fi with SPDT 5, 10 and 20 amp,
SPST 30 amp and DPDT 1, 3 & 5 amp relays installed. For an
overview of each wireless protocol see bottom of page.
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Wireless Relay 802.15.4, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and more and control using a computer
or a simple contact closure Reliable Wireless Relay Control!
Wireless Relay Features
Available Wireless Protocols:
- XSC (Long Range)
- XB Mesh
Supports 2-way communications
1 to 32 Channel versions available
Control one relay at a time or all relays at once with manual and automatic refreshing command set
ProXR Lite Versions - Not Expandable
ProXR Versions Expandable up to 256 Relays
Wireless Relay We offer more wireless protocol options than any other relay manufacturer! Select a wireless protocol that fits your needs. Choose an Interface Below
Selecting a Wireless Relay
Wireless Relays are available in five different wireless protocols - more than any other manufacturer. Each protocol
is slightly different in terms of the wireless range that they can transmit in addition to the type of wireless it is.
Some wireless options have different ranges that they can transmit, this is done by adding an external antenna at checkout.
Select a wireless relay that fits your needs or range that you are looking to transmit.
Wireless transmission is achieved by modules installed on the board. All boards have modules installed and when you
select a wireless protocol the appropriate module will be installed. Pictures shown on the site will have the
short range antenna but in most cases there are external antennas available.
ZB ZigBee Module
Other Wireless Relay Options
A quick note regarding some of the boards you will find below. The MirC and MirX relays do not need a computer and will transmit
wirelessly between two boards with a contact closure triggering the relay and not a computer. The Key Fob Relays are triggered with
a key fob wirelessly and again does not need a computer except for configuration. Scroll down for a full list of all Wireless Relays
that we offer and click the links for more information on each one.
National Control Devices offers more wireless options than any other relay manufacturer. Each wireless
has a place and we're confident that you will find one to suit your application Here's an overview of each wireless
protocol we offer.
We offer Bluetooth communications because of its popularity with mobile devices. 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 should be warned, Apple iOS devices encrypt the Bluetooth protocol deliberately, so
our Bluetooth interface is compatible with every computer ever made, including Android, PCs (and every version of Windows that supports Bluetooth), and Linux (and all variants
thereof that support Bluetooth), but it will NEVER work with Apple iOS devices... (Yes, we get this question all the time....) Bluetooth ProXR > Bluetooth ProXR Lite >
802.15.4 Point to Point Wireless
This is one of our favorite wireless technologies. It is easy to setup and use and very reliable. You need a 802.15.4 modem that plugs into your USB port to talk any number
of 802.15.4 Wireless relays with up to 1 mile range! You can purchase a modem with the device you choose. 802.15.l4 ProXR > 802.15.l4 ProXR Lite >
XSC Long Range Wireless
A fantastic wireless technology that goes a long way...up to 15 miles (though we have never seen it go this far). XSC has the distinction of being the longest range wireless
technology we offer, though it is limited to 57.6K Baud, it is very reliable. XSC ProXR > XSC ProXR Lite >
Much of our development work was done with embedded Wi-Fi. Put simply, we adore this technology and we think you will too. Con-figuration requires careful attention to our
instructions, but once configured...wow. It's simply amazing and holds so much promise for future development work. We are working to make configuration easier, but for now,
plan on reading our manual found on the product pages BEFORE purchasing....the configuration process is not for everyone. Wi-Fi ProXR > Wi-Fi ProXR Lite >
ZigBee Mesh Wireless Networking
ZigBee Mesh networking is pretty slow, but extremely powerful and very reliable when you follow all the rules. We highly recommend you purchase a ZigBee Development Kit from
www.digi.com before attempting to use this communication technology...this one is for the advanced user. But it has the distinction of offering a low-cost Mesh networking
protocol...which means wireless data hops around the wireless network until it reaches the destination device...very cool! Very powerful, very long range, but NOT for the timid. ZB Mesh ProXR > ZB Mesh ProXR Lite >