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WEB CONTROLLED DIN RELAY III
Instantly reboot, start or stop equipment in remote locations. Control industrial machinery or process equipment securely from your web browser or via program control. Simplify wiring with a single Ethernet connection. Eliminate complex wiring, PLCs, PC servers and control cards. Control one or hundreds of Ethernet relays from a single script. Access via web browser from anywhere. Up to eight simultaneous ethernet connections are supported by the internal web server in each relay.
Eliminate overloads, brown-outs, blown breakers and other power problems before they occur. Start devices in sequence automatically. Balance power phasing and load factors to conserve energy. Eight individually controlled heavy duty T-90 SPDT relays give you flexibility for almost any industrial application.
Command your DIN relay using a friendly web interface, via a program or via the command line. Change the user-defined graphics and hyperlinks to customize the web pages. Programmable web links give you a seamless control panel tied to all the DIN relays in your enterprise. Depend on highly secure encrypted logins.
Use the "Auto-Ping" feature to automatically monitor critical network devices, such as telecom equipment, servers and routers. If a device goes down, the power controller will automatically reboot it with no user intervention. "Locked-up" devices are brought back to life instantly. Service calls are eliminated.
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