IOT Switching Relay Power Strip
IOT Relay allows you to control an AC power outlet from a simple signal wire. This allows you to automatically turn on/off the AC power to devices on your system like vacuums and routers though the use of code (like gcode)
- Universal control voltage 3-60VDC or 12-120VAC connects to Arduino, Raspberry Pi, PIC or other micro. Or connect directly to a 12V to 48VDC or even 120VAC circuit.
- The durable SPDT control relay is rated at 30/40A, >400,000 operations at 12A or 2 million+ operations at 5A. A 12A thermal safety circuit breaker switch prevents overloads.
- A single input signal switches three outlets: one normally on, two normally off. One always-on outlet is provided. Optical isolation, relay hysteresis and de-bounce protection add safety. A large MOV clamps surges for clean 90-140VAC power.
What is Included
- (1) IOT Switching Relay Power Strip
- High voltage wiring and safety hazards are eliminated.
- Not a kit. Be up and running in minutes.
- Standard 24" C-13 detachable cord included free, cords up to 25' are optional.
- Version 2 adds higher isolation voltage, un-switched outlet and mounting tabs.
- Professionally built and tested.
Easy follow along assembly video - top notch awesome community support - open source files and documentation and examples.
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I bought this switch when I bought my Blackbox controller. It was just plug and play when used with the Blackbox controller. I have since tried to use the relay with other controllers and was not successful in finding an appropriate pin to use (I am not an electrician so this fault falls on me.) I use it as a main switch for my setup even though Openbuilds recommends only using it to control power to the router. I highly recommend it.
Love how it turns the router on/off
This was simple to connect and begin using. Allowed me to start and stop the router with the job without rewriting anything.
Works great! I bought two: one to sense when my diode laser is armed in order to energize a status light; two to receive input from my black box controller to energize a warning light when my laser is firing.