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4 digital inputs − 4 analog inputs − 5 relay outputs
embedded Webserver − USB − RS485
Alerts on local events (Email, Tweet)

FCC Part 15 compliant

WiFicontrol is an industrial DIN rail remote controller to manage outputs and keep critical signal or values under control from the browser by means of any web enabled device.
WiFiControl sends user defined alert messages via e-mail or tweet.
The user can configure the unit to deploy actions when a specific event occurs.

WiFiControl: easy way to Internet of Things

THE LOCAL AGENT YOU CAN CONTROL OVER THE INTERNET − ANYWHERE YOU ARE

ADD NETWORK CAPABILITIES TO ANY MACHINE, SYSTEM OR BUILDING

IT COULD BE EVEN USED LIKE A MESSAGING SYSTEM

NETWORK
Network settings (SSID) :
  • Infrastructure / AdHoc
  • Name
  • DHCP on/off
  • Device IP address
  • Subnet mask
  • Gateway IP address
  • Primary DNS
  • Secondary DNS
  • Security type and pass

SMTP
Outgoing email server settings :
  • Email server name
  • Account UserID
  • Account Password
  • Port number

THINGSPEAK
Cloud storage service
  • update time
  • channel ID for Analog inputs
  • API key for Analog inputs
  • channel ID for Digital inputs
  • API key for Digital inputs
  • channel ID for Relay outputs
  • API key for Relay outputs
  • API key for ThingTweet (twitter)
DEVICE
Device Identifier
Autoreset interval
Port
Website access :
  • open / password protected
  • UserID
  • Password
System message
  • alert mode
  • text message
  • destination email address

DISPLAY
Backlight
Default text at power on

COM 1 − USB
Mode :
  • command
  • TCP server
  • TCP client
  • WEB server
  • mirror
Settings :
  • baud rate
  • framing
  • flow control

COM 2 − RS485
Mode :
  • command
  • TCP server
  • TCP client
  • WEB server
  • mirror
Settings :
  • baud rate
  • framing

CLOCK
Update mode
Timezone
DIGITAL INPUTS
Specific settings for each channel :
  • name
  • activation time
  • local sound on input closing
  • alert mode on input closing
  • text message on input closing
  • destination email address on input closing
  • local sound on input opening
  • alert mode on input opening
  • text message on input opening
  • destination email address on input opening

ANALOG INPUTS
Specific settings for each channel :
  • name
  • input offset
  • bottom scale value
  • top scale value
  • below threshold
  • local sound on falling below threshold
  • alert mode on falling below threshold
  • text message on falling below threshold
  • destination email address on falling below threshold
  • above threshold
  • local sound on rising above threshold
  • alert mode on rising above threshold
  • text message on rising above threshold
  • destination email address on rising above threshold

OUTPUTS
Specific settings for each output channel :
  • name
  • control mode
  • optional pulse time
  • alert mode on output closing
  • text message on output closing
  • destination email address on output closing
  • alert mode on output opening
  • text message on output opening
  • destination email address on output opening
WiFiControl is a low power 2.4GHz IEEE 802.11b /g /n compatible RF equipment for the supervision and control of remote inputs and outputs through embedded Webserver, HTTP, RESTful services ...
  • 01 • Relay Out 1
  • 02 • Relay Out 2
  • 03 • Relay Out 3
  • 04 • Relay Out 4
  • 05 • Relay Out 5
  • 06 • Output common
  • 07 • NC
  • 08 • Positive 5 V
  • 09 • Digital In 1
  • 10 • Digital In 2
  • 11 • Digital In 3
  • 12 • Digital In 4
  • 17 • Power Supply +
  • 18 • EIA-RS232 B
  • 19 • EIA-RS232 A
  • 20 • Power supply −
  • 21 • Analog In 1
  • 22 • Analog In 2
  • 23 • Analog In 3
  • 24 • Analog In 4
Control
  • • Embedded Web pages
  • • HTTP GET commands
  • • Local commands from USB
  • • Local commands from RS485
  • • TweetControl
  • • ThingHTTP
  • • ThingReact
Reports / Alarms
  • • Embedded Web pages
  • • RESTful interface (XML JSON TXT CSV)
  • • Email (specific for each recipient)
  • • Tweet (specific for each recipient)
  • • ThingSpeak cloud storage
Special features
  • • 3x16 character display
  • • Local audio alerts
  • • Programmable control logic
  • • Real time clock (autosync)
  • • USB to WiFi converter (Client or Server mode)
  • • RS485 to WiFi converter (Client or Server mode)
  • • Infrastructure and AdHoc network
  • • Easy configuration via USB
  • • LOG tracing to com ports
Environment 
  • • DIN EN-50022 rail 4 modules low profile
  • • Polycarbonate self-extinguish UL94-V0
  • • Weight: 200 g
  • • Operating temperature: 0 ... 60 °C
  • • Relative humidity: 5 ... 95% non condensing
  • • Degree of protection IP40
Radio interface
  • • ISM Band 2.400-2.4835 GHz (US/Canada/Europe)
  • • Typical output power +10 dBm
  • • Typical sensitivity -91 dBm
  • • Range outdoor 100 m typical
  • • Range indoor 30 m typical
  • • Data rate 1/2 Mbps
  • • Security WEP / WPA-PSK / WPA2-PSK
USB Power supply
  • • Voltage: 5 V DC
  • • Current: < 250 mA
  • • USB socket type B
AUX Power supply
  • • Voltage: 7 ... 36 V DC
  • • Power: < 2,5 W
  • • 2 x 2,5 mm2 wire terminal
Data interfaces
  • • USB socket type B
  • • EIA-RS485 wire terminal
4 DIGITAL INPUTS
  • • Input voltage: 3 ... 9 VDC
  • • Input current: 5mA @ 5V
Temperature sensor
  • • Range: -5 ... 60 °C
  • • Resolution: 0.1 °C
  • • Accuracy: ±2 %
  • • NTC Sensor: 10k @25°C
4 Analog INPUTS
  • • Input: 0 ... 10 V | 0 ... 20 mA
  • • Impedance: 100 kohm | 100 ohm
  • • Resolution: 0.01 V | 0.02 mA
  • • Accuracy: ±1 %
  • • Full scale value: -99999 ... +99999
  • • Zero (offset): 0 ... 90%
5 Relay outputs
  • • SPST contacts
  • • rated current 3 A
  • • rated voltage 250 Vac
  • • max breaking capacity 750 VA

Ready to put your ideas to work?

We give you the tools and documentation to configure our devices the way you like.
Here's a roundup of some ideas to get you started, now unleash your imagination and the power of WiFiControl to build whatever you want.

OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Control lights according to both pedestrian and car presence.
Turn it off when you would like to admire the night sky, reducing light pollution and saving money.

MESSAGE BOARD
Use it like an electronic family message board, perfect for leaving messages on the text display but also visible to anyone accessing the device webpage: a paperless sticky notes to share your memos and chat with your relatives.

GATE CONTROL
Control gates and other types of barriers from any computer in your office or from everywhere in the world, to regulate the movement of people into and within your parking and building, protecting your employees, assets and property.

INTRUSION DETECTOR
Be warned when someone enters your property !
Detects and tells you when someone enters your home, driveway, yard, garage by issuing an email or tweet that could be spread to all the twitter followers.

CLIMATE CONTROL
Monitor and adjust the house temperature and energy consumption to the real needs of the family, triggering the heating / cooling system according to your preferences, environmental conditions and energy price.

HOME ALERTS
Receive an alert if your washing machine shut off or a water leakage is detected.
Be informed in case of blackout or power outage to minimize the loss of food and reduce the risk of foodborne illness.

SERVER ROOM MONITOR
Monitor and protect your Server Room or Data Center. Alert staff when the room containing sensitive equipment is becoming too hot, the power supply is missing, a door is left open...
preventing expensive damage.

STREETLIGHTS
Real time public light intensity regulation is a very attractive solution for reducing energy consumption. In addition, street lights can be used to highlight dangerous situations or traffic accident to help with the rescue work.

DISTRIBUTED CONTROL
Collect information from a set of spatially distributed wireless sensor to monitor performances and schedule maintenance based on real-time data.
Use historic data for future development and planning.

SENSOR NETWORK
Take environmental measures like wind flow and velocity: sensor observations will be reported to a centralised unit, but are also available for immediate reading to everyone authorized to access device webpages.

DATA TRANSFER
WiFiControl can be used effectively as a Wi-Fi modem through which one can transfer files and data from a serial link over a WiFi network either locally or through the Internet.