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+12 Volt Quick Start Kit with 6-Pin Flex Ribbon Connector
The QS12-F6 is a complete quick start kit, providing, Power, Serial Cable, and flexible ribbon interface board for connection to many of our Legacy series controllers.  This Quick Start kit makes it easy to connect to your PC with no wiring.  The QS12-F6 includes the RSIO-F6 adapter, 120VAC to 12V DC Power Supply rated at 1.25A or more.  This is a computer grade switching power supply, rated for use with NCD controllers.  Also included is a 6′ (~2M) Serial Extension Cable for interface between your PC and the RSIO-F6 interface. Features PWR12: 12 Volt DC Power Supply RSIO-F6: Serial Interface Board SER: 6 ft. Serial Cable Extension Connects to Select Legacy Series Controllers

₹5,389.00*
1-Button 418MHz MS Series Key Fob
1-Button 418MHz MS Series Key Fob
This 1-Button Key Fob is designed to communicate to any of the NCD Key Fob devices, including KFX Series and all NCD IoT related Key Fob receiver modules.  With a maximum operating distance of 750 feet, this Key Fob provides superior distance over any key fob solution we have ever seen. Reaction time for a remote key fob receiver to process a button press is under 1 second, making it the fastest long-range key fob solution available. With a single Key Fob receiver module, users may associate up to 40 key fobs.  NCD Key Fob receiver modules reach working distances of up to 1000 feet with an external antenna option, with superior responsiveness over previous generations of Key Fob receivers. Every Key Fob paired with a Key Fob Receiver will perform the exact same function as another Key Fob paired with the same Key Fob Receiver. It is not possible for each remote to be separately identified and generate different data. Put simply, every remote does exactly the same thing when paired with the same Key Fob Receiver. This version operates at 418MHz and is FCC approved to operate in the United States.  Operates from a single CR-2032 battery, included. Features 1-Button Key Fob External Antenna 750 Foot Range 418MHz MS Series Key Fob Compatible with All NCD Key Fob Devices Programmable Buttons Momentary or Toggle Configurations

₹4,289.00*
1-Channel 1-Amp SPDT Signal Relay Board + 7 GPIO with IoT Interface
1-Channel 1-Amp SPDT Signal Relay Board + 7 GPIO with IoT Interface
This IoT 1-channel low-power signal relay controller is capable of hosting many types of IoT communication modules, including Particle Photon, Electron, Arduino, and more. The on-board SPDT relay is ideally suited for low-power signal switching applications, up to 1 Amp at 12VDC.  NCD SPDT relay controllers have three connection terminals for user-access to the relay.  We use a high-quality Omron relay with a low on-resistance between contacts.  Designed primarily for resistive or mildly capacitive low-power signals, the on-board relay in this design focuses on signal integrity, making it an ideal choice for telecommunications and low-power audio switching applications. This controller is based on the MCP23008, a common I2C interface chip for GPIO applications.  In this design, the GPIO port is used to control a DPDT relay.  Seven programmable Digital Input/Output port pins are also available via screw terminals for use in Contact Closure detection applications or monitor and control external TTL circuits.  Three on-board address jumpers allow up to 8 similar devices (based on the MCP23008 or MCP23017) to be chained to the same I2C bus for individual control.  On-board status LED displays the on/off status of the relay.  This controller may be powered using our optional power supply or with 12VDC and direct screw terminal connection of bare power wires.  The on-board relay is accessible to the user via screw terminals, capable of accepting 14 AWG wire. IFTTT Leverage the power of IFTTT.com and Particle services to do almost anything.  Send a tweet if someone rings your doorbell, send a notification to your phone if someone opens a door, turn on almost anything right from your phone with simple setup, the possibilities are endless.  NCD provides this controller with a pre-programmed Particle Photon module for easy connection to IFTTT.  No programming required!  Just use the simple IFTTT interface to setup your different configurations. Powered By Particle Give your Particle Photon the power to interact with the real world in ways never before possible.  Complete with a Particle Photon module pre-flashed with our custom IFTTT firmware, NCD compatible shields allow for control of many types of relays, monitoring digital and analog sensors, and much much more.  Chain I²C accessory boards to your system to add whatever you may need for your next control and automation project. What is the NCD IoT Interface? The NCD IoT Interface provides users with a means of changing or upgrading the IoT communications technology as new technologies emerge.  The NCD IoT Interface is directly compatible with Particle Photon for WiFi communications, Electron for Cellular Communications, Bluz for Bluetooth.  Optionally, adapters may be installed to provide a direct interface to Arduino Nano, Micro, USB, PyCom WyPy, Onion Omega, Raspberry Pi, and much more.  The NCD IoT interface allows you to re-use your hardware so it never becomes obsolete!  Based on I2C communications, the NCD IoT Interface uses only 2 GPIO lines of your microcontroller, freeing the rest of your CPU for other tasks. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD IoT devices are equipped with a I2C expansion port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! 1-Amp SPDT Signal Relay This controller uses a 1-Amp small signal relay, allowing control of low-power telecommunications signals up to 12VDC at 1 Amp. Ideal for audio, telecommunications, and very low power switching applications. This relay has a low On resistance. The 1-Amp signal relay is of the SPDT variety, which provides Common (C), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC) connections. Common is connected to NC when the relay is off. Common disconnects from NC and connects to NO when the relay is activated. All connections are made via screw terminals, capable of accepting up to 16 AWG wire. Features 1-Channel SPDT Telecommunications Relay Controller 7-Channel Programmable Digital Input/Output Compatible with Electron, Photon, Bluz, or RedBear ESP8266 and USB IoT Interface Modules are Also Available Adaptable to Onion, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, Arduino Switch Low-Power Signals up to 1 Amp at 12VDC or 120VAC MCP23008 I2C Controlled SPDT Low-Power Signal Relays World’s Most Expandable Controller with I2C Expansion Port Wireless Remote Operation with Key Fob Expansion Option Use the Arduino Wire Language to Control Relays using I2C Bus IFTTT Firmware Available for Internet Relay Control Example Libraries Available on GitHub

₹3,949.00*
1-Channel 1-Amp SPDT Signal Relay Controller + 7 GPIO with I2C Interface
This I2C 1-channel low-power signal relay controller offers a cross-platform solution with unmatched compatibility and expansion capabilities.  Compatible with every IoT technology that supports I2C communications, this is the most versatile relay controller we have ever manufactured. All NCD I2C relay controllers have a I2C output, allowing you to chain together more relay controllers, a vast array of sensors, current monitors, PWM drivers, and much more. The expansion abilities of this relay board are unmatched by any other manufacturer in the world.  The on-board SPDT relay is ideally suited for low-power signal switching applications, up to 1 Amp at 12VDC. NCD SPDT relay controllers have three connection terminals for user-access to the relay.  We use a high-quality Omron relay with a low on-resistance between contacts. Designed primarily for resistive or mildly capacitive low-power signals, the on-board relay in this design focuses on signal integrity, making it an ideal choice for telecommunications and low-power audio switching applications. This controller is based on the MCP23008, a common I2C interface chip for GPIO applications.  In this design, the GPIO port is used to control a DPDT relay.  Seven programmable Digital Input/Output port pins are also available via screw terminals for use in Contact Closure detection applications or monitor and control external TTL circuits.  Three on-board address jumpers allow up to 8 similar devices (based on the MCP23008 or MCP23017) to be chained to the same I2C bus for individual control.  On-board status LED displays the on/off status of the relay.  This controller may be powered using our optional power supply or with 12VDC and direct screw terminal connection of bare power wires.  The on-board relay is accessible to the user via screw terminals, capable of accepting 14 AWG wire. What is the NCD I2C Interface? NCD is the creator of plug and play modular hardware using the NCD I2C Interface connector standard.  NCD I2C devices allow you to chain together several devices on the I2C bus, and communicate to each device individually at high speed (subject to the limitations of I2C).  The NCD I2C Interface uses a standard 4-Pin I2C Input and I2C Output connector.  NCD I2C devices communicate 5V I2C data and provides 5V DC power through this connector.  NCD I2C devices use standard I2C communications for all data transport, which is supported by nearly every microcontroller in production today.  The NCD I2C Interface is strictly a 5V standard, which is ideal for transport across longer cables.  NCD I2C devices always include a 6″ (152mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  NCD I2C Mini Modules always include a 3″ (76mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  Cables and connectors are available separately for designers who would like to include their own NCD I2C Interface into their designs. Plug and Play Connectivity NCD I2C devices will plug in to any available NCD I2C Output.  This includes just about everything we make in the NCD IoT Category, including all NCD IoT devices.  We also manufacture a wide range of I2C adapters that make it easy to plug NCD I2C Devices directly into most computing platforms.  The NCD I2C Interface adapters are available for Arduino, Banana Pi, BeagleBone, Bluz, C.H.I.P., ESP8266, Onion Omega, Particle Photon and Electron, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, 2, 3, and Zero, and Windows.  We are always working to add new platform support for NCD I2C devices.  NCD I2C Interface devices are compatible with just about everything in the microcontroller industry. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD I2C devices are equipped with a I2C output port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our modular plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! Powering NCD I2C Interface Devices Some NCD I2C devices require a external power supply, others may be powered through the 4-Pin I2C bus connector at 5VDC, and other devices are jumper selectable between external and I2C bus power.  All I2C mini modules are powered through the 5V I2C bus connector, greatly simplifying connectivity. 1-Amp SPDT Signal Relay This controller uses a 1-Amp small signal relay, allowing control of low-power telecommunications signals up to 12VDC at 1 Amp. Ideal for audio, telecommunications, and very low power switching applications. This relay has a low On resistance. The 1-Amp signal relay is of the SPDT variety, which provides Common (C), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC) connections. Common is connected to NC when the relay is off. Common disconnects from NC and connects to NO when the relay is activated. All connections are made via screw terminals, capable of accepting up to 16 AWG wire. Features 1-Channel SPDT Telecommunications Relay Controller 7-Channel Programmable Digital Input/Output Ideal for use with PC using Windows 8/10 via USB ESP8266 and USB I2C Interface Modules are Also Available Compatible with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Onion, PyCom Switch Low-Power Signals up to 1 Amp at 12VDC or 120VAC MCP23008 I2C Controlled SPDT Low-Power Signal Relays I2C Output Port for Adding Sensors, Controllers, or More Relays Wireless Remote Operation with Key Fob Expansion Option Use the Arduino Wire Language to Control Relays using I2C Bus Example Libraries Available on GitHub

₹3,949.00*
1-Channel 4-20mA Current Loop Receiver 16-Bit ADS1115 I2C Mini Module
1-Channel 4-20mA Current Loop Receiver 16-Bit ADS1115 I2C Mini Module
This I2C 1-Channel 4-20mA current loop receiver is an ideal companion for monitoring industrial sensors over long distances.  This I2C Mini Module converts a 4-20 mA current loop to a 16-Bit value using the ADS1115 Analog to Digital Converter.  This design includes the INA196 current shunt monitoring chip from Texas Instruments.  This I2C Mini Module operates from 5V, like all Mini Modules.  This device include a voltage boost circuit to raise the 5V input to 16V for powering the INA196 current shunt monitoring chip. This 1 channel 4-20mA current loop receiver  comes with on board power boost circuit and this 16V power supply can be used to power up the sensor. This 4-20mA current loop receiver board has a 2 pin connector which makes sensor connection real easy. This 4-20mA current loop receiver can be used with arduino, raspberry pi, particle photon, electron, usb, RS485, RS232 and any micro controller which has a i2c port. Readings data from this 4-20mA current loop receiver is simple, it communicates with the master controller over i2c and to read the 4-20mA output all you will need to do is send i2c commands and read the sensor values. This board has ADS1115. What is the NCD I2C Interface? NCD is the creator of plug and play modular hardware using the NCD I2C Interface connector standard.  NCD I2C devices allow you to chain together several devices on the I2C bus, and communicate to each device individually at high speed (subject to the limitations of I2C).  The NCD I2C Interface uses a standard 4-Pin I2C Input and I2C Output connector.  NCD I2C devices communicate 5V I2C data and provides 5V DC power through this connector.  NCD I2C devices use standard I2C communications for all data transport, which is supported by nearly every microcontroller in production today.  The NCD I2C Interface is strictly a 5V standard, which is ideal for transport across longer cables.  NCD I2C devices always include a 6″ (152mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  NCD I2C Mini Modules always include a 3″ (76mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  Cables and connectors are available separately for designers who would like to include their own NCD I2C Interface into their designs. Plug and Play Connectivity NCD I2C devices will plug in to any available NCD I2C Output.  This includes just about everything we make in the NCD IoT Category, including all NCD IoT devices.  We also manufacture a wide range of I2C adapters that make it easy to plug NCD I2C Devices directly into most computing platforms.  The NCD I2C Interface adapters are available for Arduino, Banana Pi, BeagleBone, Bluz, C.H.I.P., ESP8266, Onion Omega, Particle Photon and Electron, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, 2, 3, and Zero, and Windows.  We are always working to add new platform support for NCD I2C devices.  NCD I2C Interface devices are compatible with just about everything in the microcontroller industry. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD I2C devices are equipped with a I2C output port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our modular plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! Powering NCD I2C Interface Devices Some NCD I2C devices require a external power supply, others may be powered through the 4-Pin I2C bus connector at 5VDC, and other devices are jumper selectable between external and I2C bus power.  All I2C mini modules are powered through the 5V I2C bus connector, greatly simplifying connectivity. Features 4-20 mA Current Loop Receiver 1-Channel Input with 16-Bit Resolution Ideal for Industrial Sensor Monitoring INA196 Current Shunt Monitoring Low-Profile I2C Mini Module Footprint Ideal for Sensor and Instrument Monitoring ADS1115 16-Bit Analog to Digital Converter Onboard 16V Voltage Supply (Boosted from 5V)

₹4,279.00*
1-Channel 4-20mA Current Loop Transmitter I2C Mini Module
1-Channel 4-20mA Current Loop Transmitter I2C Mini Module
This 4-20mA Current Loop Transmitter Board converts I2C Data into a 4-20mA Output using a 12-Bit Digital to Analog converter (DAC).  This 4-20mA Current Loop Transmitter Board usages an XTR115 4-20mA Current Loop Transmitterconnected to a MCP4725 Digital to Analog Converter. The MCP4725 has one address jumper, allowing 2 devices can be connected at the same time on a single I2C bus. Its also possible to connect more than 2 devices on one bus using the I2C multiplexer.  The On-board XTR1115 4-20mA Current Loop Transmitter has a wide Loop supply range from 7.5V to 36V. This 4-20mA current loop transmitter has on-board screw terminals which make it easy to connect. It also has a Vref exposed pad for external voltage reference with a preset Vref of 2.5V. A DAC value of about 670 will output 4mA of current; similarly, a value of about 3460 will output 20mA of current. What is the NCD I2C Interface? NCD is the creator of plug and play modular hardware using the NCD I2C Interface connector standard.  NCD I2C devices allow you to chain together several devices on the I2C bus, and communicate to each device individually at high speed (subject to the limitations of I2C).  The NCD I2C Interface uses a standard 4-Pin I2C Input and I2C Output connector.  NCD I2C devices communicate 5V I2C data and provides 5V DC power through this connector.  NCD I2C devices use standard I2C communications for all data transport, which is supported by nearly every microcontroller in production today.  The NCD I2C Interface is strictly a 5V standard, which is ideal for transport across longer cables.  NCD I2C devices always include a 6″ (152mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  NCD I2C Mini Modules always include a 3″ (76mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  Cables and connectors are available separately for designers who would like to include their own NCD I2C Interface into their designs. Plug and Play Connectivity NCD I2C devices will plug in to any available NCD I2C Output.  This includes just about everything we make in the NCD IoT Category, including all NCD IoT devices.  We also manufacture a wide range of I2C adapters that make it easy to plug NCD I2C Devices directly into most computing platforms.  The NCD I2C Interface adapters are available for Arduino, Banana Pi, BeagleBone, Bluz, C.H.I.P., ESP8266, Onion Omega, Particle Photon and Electron, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, 2, 3, and Zero, and Windows.  We are always working to add new platform support for NCD I2C devices.  NCD I2C Interface devices are compatible with just about everything in the microcontroller industry. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD I2C devices are equipped with a I2C output port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our modular plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! Powering NCD I2C Interface Devices Some NCD I2C devices require a external power supply, others may be powered through the 4-Pin I2C bus connector at 5VDC, and other devices are jumper selectable between external and I2C bus power.  All I2C mini modules are powered through the 5V I2C bus connector, greatly simplifying connectivity. Features 12-Bit DAC MCP4725 Quad Channel Digital Isolator XTR115 4-20mA Current Loop Transmitter One Channel 2 Wire 4-20mA Transmitter 2 Devices On One I2C Bus Ideal For Industrial Control Wide Loop Supply Range 7.5V to 36V 2 Wire, 4-20mA Current Loop Transmitter Low Span Error Low Non-linearity error

₹5,709.00*
1-Channel DC Current Monitor I2C Mini Module
1-Channel DC Current Monitor I2C Mini Module
The ACS714-5 is a very popular Hall Effect current sensor from Allegro MicroSystems with 5-Amps current monitoring capability and high-speed 5 μS response time. Married to the ADC121C021 (Texas Instruments), one of our favorite analog-to-digital Converters, this mini module can be used for monitoring DC current at up to 188.9k Samples per Second with 12-bit resolution.  At this time, our GitHub repository supports DC current monitoring applications only. If you have a lot of processing power available, AC may be possible but, for this one, we recommend sticking to DC.  Packaged in a convenient I2C Mini Module, this is a true plug-and-play current monitoring solution, scaleable to 9 devices per I2C port using 2 address jumpers.  Includes I2C Cable. What is the NCD I2C Interface? NCD is the creator of plug and play modular hardware using the NCD I2C Interface connector standard.  NCD I2C devices allow you to chain together several devices on the I2C bus, and communicate to each device individually at high speed (subject to the limitations of I2C).  The NCD I2C Interface uses a standard 4-Pin I2C Input and I2C Output connector.  NCD I2C devices communicate 5V I2C data and provides 5V DC power through this connector.  NCD I2C devices use standard I2C communications for all data transport, which is supported by nearly every microcontroller in production today.  The NCD I2C Interface is strictly a 5V standard, which is ideal for transport across longer cables.  NCD I2C devices always include a 6″ (152mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  NCD I2C Mini Modules always include a 3″ (76mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  Cables and connectors are available separately for designers who would like to include their own NCD I2C Interface into their designs. Plug and Play Connectivity NCD I2C devices will plug in to any available NCD I2C Output.  This includes just about everything we make in the NCD IoT Category, including all NCD IoT devices.  We also manufacture a wide range of I2C adapters that make it easy to plug NCD I2C Devices directly into most computing platforms.  The NCD I2C Interface adapters are available for Arduino, Banana Pi, BeagleBone, Bluz, C.H.I.P., ESP8266, Onion Omega, Particle Photon and Electron, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, 2, 3, and Zero, and Windows.  We are always working to add new platform support for NCD I2C devices.  NCD I2C Interface devices are compatible with just about everything in the microcontroller industry. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD I2C devices are equipped with a I2C output port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our modular plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! Powering NCD I2C Interface Devices Some NCD I2C devices require a external power supply, others may be powered through the 4-Pin I2C bus connector at 5VDC, and other devices are jumper selectable between external and I2C bus power.  All I2C mini modules are powered through the 5V I2C bus connector, greatly simplifying connectivity. Features I2C DC Current Sensing 0-5 Amps Input Range 5 μS Response Time 1.5% Total Output Error 9 Devices per I2C Port 188.9K Samples per Second

₹3,069.00*
1-Channel DPDT Signal Relay Controller + 7 GPIO with I2C Interface
1-Channel DPDT Signal Relay Controller + 7 GPIO with I2C Interface
This I2C 1-channel DPDT relay controller offers a cross-platform solution with unmatched compatibility and expansion capabilities.  Compatible with every IoT technology that supports I2C communications, this is the most versatile relay controller we have ever manufactured.  All NCD I2C relay controllers have a I2C output, allowing you to chain together more relay controllers, a vast array of sensors, current monitors, PWM drivers, and much more.  The expansion abilities of this relay board are unmatched by any other manufacturer in the world.  On-board DPDT relays are ideally suited for control of telecommunications, audio, and other low-power switching applications. The DPDT relay on this controller contains two separate switches that switch simultaneously with 6 connection points. This controller is based on the MCP23008, a common I2C interface chip for GPIO applications.  In this design, the GPIO port is used to control a DPDT relay.  Seven programmable Digital Input/Output port pins are also available via screw terminals for use in Contact Closure detection applications or monitor and control external TTL circuits.  Three on-board address jumpers allow up to 8 similar devices (based on the MCP23008 or MCP23017) to be chained to the same I2C bus for individual control.  On-board status LED displays the on/off status of the relay.  This controller may be powered using our optional power supply or with 12VDC and direct screw terminal connection of bare power wires.  The on-board relay is accessible to the user via screw terminals, capable of accepting 14 AWG wire. What is the NCD I2C Interface? NCD is the creator of plug and play modular hardware using the NCD I2C Interface connector standard.  NCD I2C devices allow you to chain together several devices on the I2C bus, and communicate to each device individually at high speed (subject to the limitations of I2C).  The NCD I2C Interface uses a standard 4-Pin I2C Input and I2C Output connector.  NCD I2C devices communicate 5V I2C data and provides 5V DC power through this connector.  NCD I2C devices use standard I2C communications for all data transport, which is supported by nearly every microcontroller in production today.  The NCD I2C Interface is strictly a 5V standard, which is ideal for transport across longer cables.  NCD I2C devices always include a 6″ (152mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  NCD I2C Mini Modules always include a 3″ (76mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  Cables and connectors are available separately for designers who would like to include their own NCD I2C Interface into their designs. Plug and Play Connectivity NCD I2C devices will plug in to any available NCD I2C Output.  This includes just about everything we make in the NCD IoT Category, including all NCD IoT devices.  We also manufacture a wide range of I2C adapters that make it easy to plug NCD I2C Devices directly into most computing platforms.  The NCD I2C Interface adapters are available for Arduino, Banana Pi, BeagleBone, Bluz, C.H.I.P., ESP8266, Onion Omega, Particle Photon and Electron, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, 2, 3, and Zero, and Windows.  We are always working to add new platform support for NCD I2C devices.  NCD I2C Interface devices are compatible with just about everything in the microcontroller industry. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD I2C devices are equipped with a I2C output port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our modular plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! Powering NCD I2C Interface Devices Some NCD I2C devices require a external power supply, others may be powered through the 4-Pin I2C bus connector at 5VDC, and other devices are jumper selectable between external and I2C bus power.  All I2C mini modules are powered through the 5V I2C bus connector, greatly simplifying connectivity. 1-Amp DPDT Signal Relay Option This controller offers an optional 1-Amp small signal relay, allowing control of low-power telecommunications signals up to 12VDC at 1 Amp. Ideal for audio, telecommunications, and very low power switching applications. This relay has a low On resistance. The 1-Amp signal relay is of the DPDT variety, which is the same as two SPDT relays that switch simultaneously, but remain isolated from each other. This relay has 6 total user connections, two of each of the following: Common (C), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC). Common is connected to NC when the relay is off. Common disconnects from NC and connects to NO when the relay is activated. All connections are made via screw terminals, capable of accepting up to 16 AWG wire. 3-Amp DPDT Signal Relay Option This controller offers an optional 3-Amp small signal relay, allowing control of low-power telecommunications signals up to 12VDC at 3 Amps. Ideal for audio, telecommunications, and very low power switching applications. This relay has a low On resistance. The 3-Amp signal relay is of the DPDT variety, which is the same as two SPDT relays that switch simultaneously, but remain isolated from each other. This relay has 6 total user connections, two of each of the following: Common (C), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC). Common is connected to NC when the relay is off. Common disconnects from NC and connects to NO when the relay is activated. All connections are made via screw terminals, capable of accepting up to 14 AWG wire. 5-Amp DPDT Signal Relay Option This controller offers an optional 5-Amp signal relay, allowing control of  signals up to 12VDC at 5 Amps. Ideal for audio, telecommunications, and light-duty power switching applications. This relay has a low On resistance. The 5-Amp signal relay is of the DPDT variety, which is the same as two SPDT relays that switch simultaneously, but remain isolated from each other. This relay has 6 total user connections, two of each of the following: Common (C), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC). Common is connected to NC when the relay is off. Common disconnects from NC and connects to NO when the relay is activated. All connections are made via screw terminals, capable of accepting up to 14 AWG wire. Features 1-Channel Relay Controller with I2C Interface 7-Channel Programmable Digital Input/Output (GPIO) Ideal for use with PC using Windows 8/10 via USB Compatible with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Onion, PyCom MCP23008 I2C Controlled Mechanical DPDT Relay Choose 1, 3, or 5-Amp DPDT Signal Switching Relays I2C Output Port for Adding Sensors, Controllers, or More Relays Wireless Remote Operation with Key Fob Expansion Option Example Libraries Available on GitHub

₹4,279.00*
1-Channel DPDT Signal Relay Shield + 7 GPIO with IoT Interface
1-Channel DPDT Signal Relay Shield + 7 GPIO with IoT Interface
This IoT 1-channel DPDT relay controller was designed to function as a shield for today’s most popular IoT communication modules, including Particle Photon, Electron, Bluz, Arduino, and many more.  On-board DPDT relays are ideally suited for control of telecommunications, audio, and other low-power switching applications. The DPDT relay on this controller contains two separate switches that switch simultaneously with 6 connection points. This controller is based on the MCP23008, a common I2C interface chip for GPIO applications.  In this design, the GPIO port is used to control a DPDT relay.  Seven programmable Digital Input/Output port pins are also available via screw terminals for use in Contact Closure detection applications or monitor and control external TTL circuits.  Three on-board address jumpers allow up to 8 similar devices (based on the MCP23008 or MCP23017) to be chained to the same I2C bus for individual control.  On-board status LED displays the on/off status of the relay.  This controller may be powered using our optional power supply or with 12VDC and direct screw terminal connection of bare power wires.  The on-board relay is accessible to the user via screw terminals, capable of accepting 14 AWG wire. IFTTT Leverage the power of IFTTT.com and Particle services to do almost anything.  Send a tweet if someone rings your doorbell, send a notification to your phone if someone opens a door, turn on almost anything right from your phone with simple setup, the possibilities are endless.  NCD provides this controller with a pre-programmed Particle Photon module for easy connection to IFTTT.  No programming required!  Just use the simple IFTTT interface to setup your different configurations. Powered By Particle Give your Particle Photon the power to interact with the real world in ways never before possible.  Complete with a Particle Photon module pre-flashed with our custom IFTTT firmware, NCD compatible shields allow for control of many types of relays, monitoring digital and analog sensors, and much much more.  Chain I²C accessory boards to your system to add whatever you may need for your next control and automation project. What is the NCD IoT Interface? The NCD IoT Interface provides users with a means of changing or upgrading the IoT communications technology as new technologies emerge.  The NCD IoT Interface is directly compatible with Particle Photon for WiFi communications, Electron for Cellular Communications, Bluz for Bluetooth.  Optionally, adapters may be installed to provide a direct interface to Arduino Nano, Micro, USB, PyCom WyPy, Onion Omega, Raspberry Pi, and much more.  The NCD IoT interface allows you to re-use your hardware so it never becomes obsolete!  Based on I2C communications, the NCD IoT Interface uses only 2 GPIO lines of your microcontroller, freeing the rest of your CPU for other tasks. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD IoT devices are equipped with a I2C expansion port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! 1-Amp DPDT Signal Relay Option This controller offers an optional 1-Amp small signal relay, allowing control of low-power telecommunications signals up to 12VDC at 1 Amp. Ideal for audio, telecommunications, and very low power switching applications. This relay has a low On resistance. The 1-Amp signal relay is of the DPDT variety, which is the same as two SPDT relays that switch simultaneously, but remain isolated from each other. This relay has 6 total user connections, two of each of the following: Common (C), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC). Common is connected to NC when the relay is off. Common disconnects from NC and connects to NO when the relay is activated. All connections are made via screw terminals, capable of accepting up to 16 AWG wire. 3-Amp DPDT Signal Relay Option This controller offers an optional 3-Amp small signal relay, allowing control of low-power telecommunications signals up to 12VDC at 3 Amps. Ideal for audio, telecommunications, and very low power switching applications. This relay has a low On resistance. The 3-Amp signal relay is of the DPDT variety, which is the same as two SPDT relays that switch simultaneously, but remain isolated from each other. This relay has 6 total user connections, two of each of the following: Common (C), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC). Common is connected to NC when the relay is off. Common disconnects from NC and connects to NO when the relay is activated. All connections are made via screw terminals, capable of accepting up to 14 AWG wire. 5-Amp DPDT Signal Relay Option This controller offers an optional 5-Amp signal relay, allowing control of  signals up to 12VDC at 5 Amps. Ideal for audio, telecommunications, and light-duty power switching applications. This relay has a low On resistance. The 5-Amp signal relay is of the DPDT variety, which is the same as two SPDT relays that switch simultaneously, but remain isolated from each other. This relay has 6 total user connections, two of each of the following: Common (C), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC). Common is connected to NC when the relay is off. Common disconnects from NC and connects to NO when the relay is activated. All connections are made via screw terminals, capable of accepting up to 14 AWG wire. Features 1-Channel Relay Controller with IoT Interface 7-Channel Programmable Digital Input/Output (GPIO) Compatible with Electron, Photon, Bluz, or RedBear Adaptable to Onion, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, Arduino MCP23008 I2C Controlled Mechanical DPDT Relay Choose 1, 3, or 5-Amp DPDT Signal Switching Relays World’s Most Expandable Controller with I2C Expansion Port Wireless Remote Operation with Key Fob Expansion Option ESP8266 and USB IoT Interface Modules are Also Available IFTTT Firmware Available for Internet Relay Control Example Libraries Available on GitHub

₹4,279.00*
1-Channel General Purpose SPDT Relay Controller + 7 GPIO with I2C Interface
1-Channel General Purpose SPDT Relay Controller + 7 GPIO with I2C Interface
This I2C 1-channel general purpose SPDT relay controller offers a cross-platform solution with unmatched compatibility and expansion capabilities.  Compatible with every IoT technology that supports I2C communications, this is the most versatile relay controller we have ever manufactured.  All NCD I2C relay controllers have a I2C output, allowing you to chain together more relay controllers, a vast array of sensors, current monitors, PWM drivers, and much more.  The expansion abilities of this relay board are unmatched by any other manufacturer in the world.  The on-board SPDT relay is ideally suited for control of low to medium power loads up to an absolute maximum 10 Amps at 240VAC depending on relay chosen during purchase.  This controller has three connection terminals for the on-board SPDT relay.  This design is suitable for some mildly inductive loads when used with external induction suppression capacitors, but focuses primarily on resistive load switching.  This controller includes 5 or 10-Amp SPDT relays, customized when added to your shopping cart. This controller is based on the MCP23008, a common I2C interface chip for GPIO applications.  In this design, the GPIO port is used to control a DPDT relay.  Seven programmable Digital Input/Output port pins are also available via screw terminals for use in Contact Closure detection applications or monitor and control external TTL circuits.  Three on-board address jumpers allow up to 8 similar devices (based on the MCP23008 or MCP23017) to be chained to the same I2C bus for individual control.  On-board status LED displays the on/off status of the relay.  This controller may be powered using our optional power supply or with 12VDC and direct screw terminal connection of bare power wires.  The on-board relay is accessible to the user via screw terminals, capable of accepting 12 AWG wire. What is the NCD I2C Interface? NCD is the creator of plug and play modular hardware using the NCD I2C Interface connector standard.  NCD I2C devices allow you to chain together several devices on the I2C bus, and communicate to each device individually at high speed (subject to the limitations of I2C).  The NCD I2C Interface uses a standard 4-Pin I2C Input and I2C Output connector.  NCD I2C devices communicate 5V I2C data and provides 5V DC power through this connector.  NCD I2C devices use standard I2C communications for all data transport, which is supported by nearly every microcontroller in production today.  The NCD I2C Interface is strictly a 5V standard, which is ideal for transport across longer cables.  NCD I2C devices always include a 6″ (152mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  NCD I2C Mini Modules always include a 3″ (76mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  Cables and connectors are available separately for designers who would like to include their own NCD I2C Interface into their designs. Plug and Play Connectivity NCD I2C devices will plug in to any available NCD I2C Output.  This includes just about everything we make in the NCD IoT Category, including all NCD IoT devices.  We also manufacture a wide range of I2C adapters that make it easy to plug NCD I2C Devices directly into most computing platforms.  The NCD I2C Interface adapters are available for Arduino, Banana Pi, BeagleBone, Bluz, C.H.I.P., ESP8266, Onion Omega, Particle Photon and Electron, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, 2, 3, and Zero, and Windows.  We are always working to add new platform support for NCD I2C devices.  NCD I2C Interface devices are compatible with just about everything in the microcontroller industry. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD I2C devices are equipped with a I2C output port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our modular plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! Powering NCD I2C Interface Devices Some NCD I2C devices require a external power supply, others may be powered through the 4-Pin I2C bus connector at 5VDC, and other devices are jumper selectable between external and I2C bus power.  All I2C mini modules are powered through the 5V I2C bus connector, greatly simplifying connectivity. 10-Amp SPDT Relay Option This controller is available with a 10-Amp relay option, allowing control of higher-power loads up to an absolute maximum of 240VAC at 10 Amps. Ideal for general purpose switching applications, this relays is focused on power-switching, and should never be used for low-power signals due to a higher On resistance of up to 150 Ohms when relay contacts are new (contact resistance drops to less than 1 Ohm after break-in period). The 10-Amp relay is of the SPDT variety, which provides Common (C), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC) connections. Common is connected to NC when the relay is off. Common disconnects from NC and connects to NO when the relay is activated.  All connections are made via screw terminals, capable of accepting up to 12 AWG wire. 5-Amp SPDT Relay Option This controller is available with a 5-Amp relay option, allowing control of higher-power loads up to an absolute maximum of 240VAC at 5 Amps. Ideal for general purpose switching applications, this relays is focused on power-switching, and should never be used for low-power signals due to a higher On resistance of up to 150 Ohms when relay contacts are new (contact resistance drops to less than 1 Ohm after break-in period). The 5-Amp relay is of the SPDT variety, which provides Common (C), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC) connections. Common is connected to NC when the relay is off. Common disconnects from NC and connects to NO when the relay is activated.  All connections are made via screw terminals, capable of accepting up to 12 AWG wire. Features 1-Channel Relay Controller with I2C Interface 7-Channel Programmable Digital Input/Output (GPIO) Ideal for use with PC using Windows 8/10 via USB Compatible with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Onion, PyCom MCP23008 I2C Controlled Mechanical SPDT Relays General Purpose Switching with 5 or 10-Amp Relays I2C Output Port for Adding Sensors, Controllers, or More Relays Wireless Remote Operation with Key Fob Expansion Option Example Libraries Available on GitHub

₹3,949.00*
1-Channel General Purpose SPDT Relay Shield + 7 GPIO with IoT Interface
1-Channel General Purpose SPDT Relay Shield + 7 GPIO with IoT Interface
This general purpose IoT 1-Channel SPDT Relay Shield is capable of hosting many types of IoT communication modules, including Particle Photon, Electron, Arduino, and more.  The on-board SPDT relay is ideally suited for control of low to medium power loads up to an absolute maximum 10 Amps at 240VAC depending on relay chosen during purchase.  This IoT 1-Channel SPDT Relay Shield has three connection terminals for the on-board SPDT relay.  This design is suitable for some mildly inductive loads when used with external induction suppression capacitors, but focuses primarily on resistive load switching.  This 1 Channel SPDT Relay Shield includes 5 or 10-Amp SPDT relays, customized when added to your shopping cart. This controller is based on the MCP23008, a common I2C interface chip for GPIO applications.  In this design, the GPIO port is used to control a SPDT relay.  Seven programmable Digital Input/Output port pins are also available via screw terminals for use in Contact Closure detection applications or monitor and control external TTL circuits.  Three on-board address jumpers allow up to 8 similar devices (based on the MCP23008 or MCP23017) to be chained to the same I2C bus for individual control.  On-board status LED displays the on/off status of the relay.  This 1 Channel SPDT Relay Shield controller may be powered using our optional power supply or with 12VDC and direct screw terminal connection of bare power wires.  The on-board relay is accessible to the user via screw terminals, capable of accepting 12 AWG wire. This IoT 1-Channel SPDT Relay Shield Can be used with WiPy, WiPy2,Lopy,Onion Omega, Arduino Nano, Arduino Micro, ESP8266 using ncd.io IoT interface adapter. IFTTT Leverage the power of IFTTT.com and Particle services to do almost anything.  Send a tweet if someone rings your doorbell, send a notification to your phone if someone opens a door, turn on almost anything right from your phone with simple setup, the possibilities are endless.  NCD provides this controller with a pre-programmed Particle Photon module for easy connection to IFTTT.  No programming required!  Just use the simple IFTTT interface to setup your different configurations. Powered By Particle Give your Particle Photon the power to interact with the real world in ways never before possible.  Complete with a Particle Photon module pre-flashed with our custom IFTTT firmware, NCD compatible shields allow for control of many types of relays, monitoring digital and analog sensors, and much much more.  Chain I²C accessory boards to your system to add whatever you may need for your next control and automation project. What is the NCD IoT Interface? The NCD IoT Interface provides users with a means of changing or upgrading the IoT communications technology as new technologies emerge.  The NCD IoT Interface is directly compatible with Particle Photon for WiFi communications, Electron for Cellular Communications, Bluz for Bluetooth.  Optionally, adapters may be installed to provide a direct interface to Arduino Nano, Micro, USB, PyCom WyPy, Onion Omega, Raspberry Pi, and much more.  The NCD IoT interface allows you to re-use your hardware so it never becomes obsolete!  Based on I2C communications, the NCD IoT Interface uses only 2 GPIO lines of your microcontroller, freeing the rest of your CPU for other tasks. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD IoT devices are equipped with a I2C expansion port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! 5-Amp SPDT Relay Option This controller is available with a 5-Amp relay option, allowing control of higher-power loads up to an absolute maximum of 240VAC at 5 Amps. Ideal for general purpose switching applications, this relays is focused on power-switching, and should never be used for low-power signals due to a higher On resistance of up to 150 Ohms when relay contacts are new (contact resistance drops to less than 1 Ohm after break-in period). The 5-Amp relay is of the SPDT variety, which provides Common (C), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC) connections. Common is connected to NC when the relay is off. Common disconnects from NC and connects to NO when the relay is activated.  All connections are made via screw terminals, capable of accepting up to 12 AWG wire. Features 1-Channel Relay Controller with IoT Interface 7-Channel Programmable Digital Input/Output (GPIO) Compatible with Electron, Photon, Bluz, or RedBear Adaptable to Onion, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, Arduino MCP23008 I2C Controlled Mechanical SPDT Relays General Purpose Switching with 5 or 10-Amp Relays World’s Most Expandable Controller with I2C Expansion Port Wireless Remote Operation with Key Fob Expansion Option ESP8266 and USB IoT Interface Modules are Also Available IFTTT Firmware Available for Internet Relay Control Example Libraries Available on GitHub

₹4,169.00*
1-Channel High-Power Relay Controller + 7 GPIO with I2C Interface
This I2C 1-channel high-power relay controller offers a cross-platform solution with unmatched compatibility and expansion capabilities.  Compatible with every IoT technology that supports I2C communications, this is the most versatile relay controller we have ever manufactured.  All NCD I2C relay controllers have a I2C output, allowing you to chain together more relay controllers, a vast array of sensors, current monitors, PWM drivers, and much more.  The expansion abilities of this relay board are unmatched by any other manufacturer in the world.  The on-board relay is ideally suited for control of high power loads up to an absolute maximum 30 Amps at 240VAC, depending on relay chosen during purchase.  This design is suitable for some mildly inductive loads when used with external induction suppression capacitors, but focuses primarily on resistive load switching.  This controller includes one 20-Amp SPDT or 30-Amp SPST relay, customized when added to your shopping cart. This controller is based on the MCP23008, a common I2C interface chip for GPIO applications.  In this design, the GPIO port is used to control a DPDT relay.  Seven programmable Digital Input/Output port pins are also available via screw terminals for use in Contact Closure detection applications or monitor and control external TTL circuits.  Three on-board address jumpers allow up to 8 similar devices (based on the MCP23008 or MCP23017) to be chained to the same I2C bus for individual control.  On-board status LED displays the on/off status of the relay.  This controller may be powered using our optional power supply or with 12VDC and direct screw terminal connection of bare power wires. What is the NCD I2C Interface? NCD is the creator of plug and play modular hardware using the NCD I2C Interface connector standard.  NCD I2C devices allow you to chain together several devices on the I2C bus, and communicate to each device individually at high speed (subject to the limitations of I2C).  The NCD I2C Interface uses a standard 4-Pin I2C Input and I2C Output connector.  NCD I2C devices communicate 5V I2C data and provides 5V DC power through this connector.  NCD I2C devices use standard I2C communications for all data transport, which is supported by nearly every microcontroller in production today.  The NCD I2C Interface is strictly a 5V standard, which is ideal for transport across longer cables.  NCD I2C devices always include a 6″ (152mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  NCD I2C Mini Modules always include a 3″ (76mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  Cables and connectors are available separately for designers who would like to include their own NCD I2C Interface into their designs. Plug and Play Connectivity NCD I2C devices will plug in to any available NCD I2C Output.  This includes just about everything we make in the NCD IoT Category, including all NCD IoT devices.  We also manufacture a wide range of I2C adapters that make it easy to plug NCD I2C Devices directly into most computing platforms.  The NCD I2C Interface adapters are available for Arduino, Banana Pi, BeagleBone, Bluz, C.H.I.P., ESP8266, Onion Omega, Particle Photon and Electron, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, 2, 3, and Zero, and Windows.  We are always working to add new platform support for NCD I2C devices.  NCD I2C Interface devices are compatible with just about everything in the microcontroller industry. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD I2C devices are equipped with a I2C output port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our modular plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! Powering NCD I2C Interface Devices Some NCD I2C devices require a external power supply, others may be powered through the 4-Pin I2C bus connector at 5VDC, and other devices are jumper selectable between external and I2C bus power.  All I2C mini modules are powered through the 5V I2C bus connector, greatly simplifying connectivity. 20-Amp SPDT Relay Option This controller is available with a 20-Amp relay option, allowing control of high-power loads up to an absolute maximum of 240VAC at 20 Amps. Ideal for high-power switching applications, this relay should never be used for low-power signals. The 20-Amp relay is of the SPDT variety, which provides Common (C), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC) connections. Common is connected to NC when the relay is off. Common disconnects from NC and connects to NO when the relay is activated. This relay uses .250″ Quick Connect terminals (optional accessory) to connect to the top side of the relay. The relay is molded with COM, NC, and NO markings into the plastic. 30-Amp SPST Relay Option This controller is available with a 30-Amp relay option, allowing control of high-power loads up to an absolute maximum of 240VAC at 30 Amps.  Ideal for high-power switching applications, this relay should never be used for low-power signals.  The 30-Amp relay is of the SPST variety, which provides Common (C) and Normally Open (NO) connections.  Common has no connection when the relay is off.  Common connects to NO when the relay is activated.  This relay uses .250″ Quick Connect terminals (optional accessory) to connect to the top side of the relay.  The relay is molded with COM, NO markings into the plastic. Features 1-Channel High-Power Relay Controller with I2C Interface 7-Channel Programmable Digital Input/Output (GPIO) Ideal for use with PC using Windows 8/10 via USB Compatible with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Onion, PyCom MCP23008 I2C Controlled Mechanical SPDT Relay Available with 20-Amp SPDT or 30-Amp SPST Relays I2C Output Port for Adding Sensors, Controllers, or More Relays Wireless Remote Operation with Key Fob Expansion Option Example Libraries Available on GitHub

₹4,279.00*
1-Channel High-Power Relay Controller Shield + 7 GPIO with IoT Interface
1-Channel High-Power Relay Controller Shield + 7 GPIO with IoT Interface
This IoT 1-channel high-power relay controller is capable of hosting many types of IoT communication modules, including Particle Photon, Electron, Arduino, and more.  The on-board relay is ideally suited for control of high power loads up to an absolute maximum 30 Amps at 240VAC, depending on relay chosen during purchase.  This design is suitable for some mildly inductive loads when used with external induction suppression capacitors, but focuses primarily on resistive load switching.  This controller includes one 20-Amp SPDT or 30-Amp SPST relay, customized when added to your shopping cart. This controller is based on the MCP23008, a common I2C interface chip for GPIO applications.  In this design, the GPIO port is used to control a DPDT relay.  Seven programmable Digital Input/Output port pins are also available via screw terminals for use in Contact Closure detection applications or monitor and control external TTL circuits.  Three on-board address jumpers allow up to 8 similar devices (based on the MCP23008 or MCP23017) to be chained to the same I2C bus for individual control.  On-board status LED displays the on/off status of the relay.  This controller may be powered using our optional power supply or with 12VDC and direct screw terminal connection of bare power wires. IFTTT Leverage the power of IFTTT.com and Particle services to do almost anything.  Send a tweet if someone rings your doorbell, send a notification to your phone if someone opens a door, turn on almost anything right from your phone with simple setup, the possibilities are endless.  NCD provides this controller with a pre-programmed Particle Photon module for easy connection to IFTTT.  No programming required!  Just use the simple IFTTT interface to setup your different configurations. Powered By Particle Give your Particle Photon the power to interact with the real world in ways never before possible.  Complete with a Particle Photon module pre-flashed with our custom IFTTT firmware, NCD compatible shields allow for control of many types of relays, monitoring digital and analog sensors, and much much more.  Chain I²C accessory boards to your system to add whatever you may need for your next control and automation project. What is the NCD IoT Interface? The NCD IoT Interface provides users with a means of changing or upgrading the IoT communications technology as new technologies emerge.  The NCD IoT Interface is directly compatible with Particle Photon for WiFi communications, Electron for Cellular Communications, Bluz for Bluetooth.  Optionally, adapters may be installed to provide a direct interface to Arduino Nano, Micro, USB, PyCom WyPy, Onion Omega, Raspberry Pi, and much more.  The NCD IoT interface allows you to re-use your hardware so it never becomes obsolete!  Based on I2C communications, the NCD IoT Interface uses only 2 GPIO lines of your microcontroller, freeing the rest of your CPU for other tasks. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD IoT devices are equipped with a I2C expansion port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! 20-Amp SPDT Relay Option This controller is available with a 20-Amp relay option, allowing control of high-power loads up to an absolute maximum of 240VAC at 20 Amps. Ideal for high-power switching applications, this relay should never be used for low-power signals. The 20-Amp relay is of the SPDT variety, which provides Common (C), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC) connections. Common is connected to NC when the relay is off. Common disconnects from NC and connects to NO when the relay is activated. This relay uses .250″ Quick Connect terminals (optional accessory) to connect to the top side of the relay. The relay is molded with COM, NC, and NO markings into the plastic. 30-Amp SPST Relay Option This controller is available with a 30-Amp relay option, allowing control of high-power loads up to an absolute maximum of 240VAC at 30 Amps.  Ideal for high-power switching applications, this relay should never be used for low-power signals.  The 30-Amp relay is of the SPST variety, which provides Common (C) and Normally Open (NO) connections.  Common has no connection when the relay is off.  Common connects to NO when the relay is activated.  This relay uses .250″ Quick Connect terminals (optional accessory) to connect to the top side of the relay.  The relay is molded with COM, NO markings into the plastic. Features 1-Channel High-Power Relay Controller with IoT Interface 7-Channel Programmable Digital Input/Output (GPIO) Compatible with Electron, Photon, Bluz, or RedBear Adaptable to Onion, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, Arduino MCP23008 I2C Controlled Mechanical SPDT Relay Available with 20-Amp SPDT or 30-Amp SPST Relays World’s Most Expandable Controller with I2C Expansion Port Wireless Remote Operation with Key Fob Expansion Option ESP8266 and USB IoT Interface Modules are Also Available IFTTT Firmware Available for Internet Relay Control Example Libraries Available on GitHub  

₹4,279.00*
1-Channel Off-Board 98% Accuracy 100-Amp AC Current Monitor with IoT Interface
1-Channel Off-Board 98% Accuracy 100-Amp AC Current Monitor with IoT Interface
This 1-Channel high-accuracy current monitoring controller makes it easy to get AC current measurements into your favorite IoT cloud platform.  This current monitoring controller is available pre-tuned in your choice of 10, 20, 30, 50, 70, and 100-Amp ranges. Using our IoT interface, plug-in your favorite IoT communication module and develop firmware to read energy anywhere in the world!  The NCD IoT interface support Particle Electron for cellular current monitoring.  Use the Particle Photon to monitor current over WiFi.  The IoT interface also supports Bluz (Bluetooth BLE) or you can use one of our adapters to plug in Arduino Nano, Arduino Micro, USB, PyCom WyPy, directly on-board!  Plug in the SI I2C adapter for interface to Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, or Arduino Uno.  The NCD IoT interface standard makes it easy to connect to just about any computer or microcontroller! Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD IoT devices support I2C communications using a I2C expansion port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more! This controller handles all of the current calculations for energy monitoring applications.  Use our Particle library to communicate energy monitoring data to the Particle cloud or adapt our library for your specific application using the Arduino wire language. This device provides an ideal energy monitoring solution for most industrial and commercial applications at a low cost with unmatched accuracy. This controller includes one off-board current sensor and an I2C cable. To use this device, simply run an AC power wire through the opening of the current sensor. This controller will read the magnetic field inducted onto the current sensor and provide you with a real-world current measurement value that is 98% accurate (prior to calibration). This current monitoring controller includes our second generation firmware, which maintains best possible accuracy when measuring inductive loads, minimizing the need for calibration.  This controller is pre-calibrated for resistive loads, but has demonstrated 98% accuracy when measuring most inductive load sources. Sensors: This controller includes split-core sensors with 1.5 Meter wires (around 5 feet).  Split-core sensors can be opened and clamped around existing wire, greatly simplifying installation. I2C Expansion: This controller includes an I2C expansion port and I2C cable so you can easily expand into other current monitoring controllers, sensors of all types, relay controllers, FET drivers, and much more. Key Fob Compatibility: This controller is capable of hosting the PKFR Key Fob receiver for applications that may require a hand-held wireless remote control. Notes: For AC Current Measurement Only.  This controller is tuned specifically for the included sensors, and may not be used with any other sensor. The sensor rating of this controller is 100 Amps; however, this controller is tuned according to your order.  It is not possible to measure current outside the tuned range of this controller.  Never exceed 110% of the rated current range of this controller (10, 20, 30, 50, 70, or 100-Amp depending on variation) or permanent damage to the controller may result.  To achieve highest possible accuracy, each channel may require calibration for the type of load under measurement.  As with all current sensors of this type, loads below 1 Amp (1% of the sensor rating) are known for significantly decreased accuracy (around 90% or less).  To increase accuracy of low-current loads, consider doubling the readings by looping your AC load wire through the sensor a second time.  This will effectively double all readings and provide greater low-end accuracy. Excessively noisy loads may greatly affect accuracy, but our testing has shown 98% or better accuracy with most loads tested.  This controller dedicates 1.3 seconds for measurement of each channel and cycles through all available channels continuously.  We recommend querying this controller every 10 seconds for best results. What is the NCD IoT Interface? The NCD IoT Interface provides users with a means of changing or upgrading the IoT communications technology as new technologies emerge.  The NCD IoT Interface is directly compatible with Particle Photon for WiFi communications, Electron for Cellular Communications, Bluz for Bluetooth.  Optionally, adapters may be installed to provide a direct interface to Arduino Nano, Micro, USB, PyCom WyPy, Onion Omega, Raspberry Pi, and much more.  The NCD IoT interface allows you to re-use your hardware so it never becomes obsolete!  Based on I2C communications, the NCD IoT Interface uses only 2 GPIO lines of your microcontroller, freeing the rest of your CPU for other tasks. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD IoT devices are equipped with a I2C expansion port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! Features 1-Channel 10 to 100-Amp Current Measurement for IoT Energy Monitoring Current Monitoring for IoT Cloud Applications Use with Bluz Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Communications For Particle Photon using WiFi Communications For Particle Electron using Cellular Communications On-Board Processor Manages all Measurement Conversions I2C Expansion Port Offers Extensive Expansion Options Adaptable to Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and Other Platforms

₹9,999.00*
1-Channel On-Board 95% Accuracy 20-Amp AC Current Monitor with I2C Interface
1-Channel On-Board 95% Accuracy 20-Amp AC Current Monitor with I2C Interface
Current monitoring of your AC power load is now possible using cross-platform I2C communications, making current monitoring possible for your Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, Arduino, or any other computing platform that supports I2C.  Monitor current and keep track of your power consumption using your favorite computing platform. This controller has one 20-Amp current monitoring channel, precision tuned to monitor the current flow through the on-board current sensor with a 5% maximum error rate.  This controller is available for purchase in 5, 10, 15, or 20-Amp input ranges.  We suggest choosing a amperage range that properly suits the load you intend to monitor for best accuracy and resolution.  To use this device, simply run an AC power wire, up to 10 AWG in size, through the center of the sensor. The on-board custom designed CPU will do the rest using I2C communications. This controller includes an I2C expansion port, allowing expansion for more current monitoring inputs or other types of I2C sensors and devices. Four on-board address jumpers allow expansion of up to 16 current monitoring devices through the I2C expansion port. Mix and match current monitoring controllers of any size to meet your specific application requirements. Software developers can take advantage of our ControlEverythingCom GitHub repository for current monitoring and programming samples.  This device only requires a 12VDC power supply for operation, which may be plugged into the controller using a 2.1mm center positive barrel connector or on-board terminal block for direct wired power supplies. What is the NCD I2C Interface? NCD is the creator of plug and play modular hardware using the NCD I2C Interface connector standard.  NCD I2C devices allow you to chain together several devices on the I2C bus, and communicate to each device individually at high speed (subject to the limitations of I2C).  The NCD I2C Interface uses a standard 4-Pin I2C Input and I2C Output connector.  NCD I2C devices communicate 5V I2C data and provides 5V DC power through this connector.  NCD I2C devices use standard I2C communications for all data transport, which is supported by nearly every microcontroller in production today.  The NCD I2C Interface is strictly a 5V standard, which is ideal for transport across longer cables.  NCD I2C devices always include a 6″ (152mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  NCD I2C Mini Modules always include a 3″ (76mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  Cables and connectors are available separately for designers who would like to include their own NCD I2C Interface into their designs. Plug and Play Connectivity NCD I2C devices will plug in to any available NCD I2C Output.  This includes just about everything we make in the NCD IoT Category, including all NCD IoT devices.  We also manufacture a wide range of I2C adapters that make it easy to plug NCD I2C Devices directly into most computing platforms.  The NCD I2C Interface adapters are available for Arduino, Banana Pi, BeagleBone, Bluz, C.H.I.P., ESP8266, Onion Omega, Particle Photon and Electron, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, 2, 3, and Zero, and Windows.  We are always working to add new platform support for NCD I2C devices.  NCD I2C Interface devices are compatible with just about everything in the microcontroller industry. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD I2C devices are equipped with a I2C output port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our modular plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! Powering NCD I2C Interface Devices Some NCD I2C devices require a external power supply, others may be powered through the 4-Pin I2C bus connector at 5VDC, and other devices are jumper selectable between external and I2C bus power.  All I2C mini modules are powered through the 5V I2C bus connector, greatly simplifying connectivity. Features I2C Current Monitoring Controller Ideal for use with PC using Windows 8/10 via USB Compatible with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Onion, PyCom 1-Channel Input with 5, 10, 15, or 20-Amp Input Range Solid Core Current Sensor with 5% Max Error Rate Cross-Platform Compatible I2C Communications On-Board I2C Expansion Port Expandable to 16 Devices per I2C Port FREE I2C Cable Included 0x2A I2C Start Address

₹4,939.00*
1-Channel On-Board 95% Accuracy 20-Amp AC Current Monitor with IoT Interface
1-Channel On-Board 95% Accuracy 20-Amp AC Current Monitor with IoT Interface
Current Monitoring of AC power is now easier than ever when using the NCD series IoT Interface Current Monitoring controllers.  Our customized dedicated on-board CPU handles all the current monitoring functions for you, all you have to do is ask the controller for the amperage reading.  Using our IoT interface, plug-in your favorite IoT communication module and develop firmware to read energy anywhere in the world!  The NCD IoT interface support Particle Electron for cellular current monitoring.  Use the Particle Photon to monitor current over WiFi.  The IoT interface also supports Bluz (Bluetooth BLE) or you can use one of our adapters to plug in Arduino Nano, Arduino Micro, USB, PyCom WyPy, directly on-board!  Plug in the SI I2C adapter for interface to Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, or Arduino Uno.  The NCD IoT interface standard makes it easy to connect to just about any computer or microcontroller!  Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD IoT devices support I2C communications using a I2C expansion port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more! This controller has one 20-Amp current monitoring channel, precision tuned to monitor the current flow through the on-board current sensor with a 5% maximum error rate.  While each sensor is rated for 20 Amps, this controller is available pre-tuned with 5, 10, 15, or 20 amps.  These tuning ranges provide the best possible accuracy within the specified range, though users should take care to never exceed the pre-tuned range.  To use this device, simply run an AC power wire, up to 10 AWG in size, through the center of the sensor. The on-board custom designed CPU will do the rest using I2C communications to your IoT communication module of choice. This controller includes an I2C expansion port, allowing expansion for more current monitoring inputs or other types of I2C sensors and devices.  Four on-board address jumpers allow expansion of up to 16 current monitoring devices through the I2C expansion port. Mix and match current monitoring controllers of any size to meet your specific application requirements. Software developers can take advantage of our ControlEverythingCom GitHub repository for current monitoring and programming samples.  This device only requires a 12VDC power supply for operation, which may be plugged into the controller using a 2.1mm center positive barrel connector or on-board terminal block for direct wired power supplies. What is the NCD IoT Interface? The NCD IoT Interface provides users with a means of changing or upgrading the IoT communications technology as new technologies emerge.  The NCD IoT Interface is directly compatible with Particle Photon for WiFi communications, Electron for Cellular Communications, Bluz for Bluetooth.  Optionally, adapters may be installed to provide a direct interface to Arduino Nano, Micro, USB, PyCom WyPy, Onion Omega, Raspberry Pi, and much more.  The NCD IoT interface allows you to re-use your hardware so it never becomes obsolete!  Based on I2C communications, the NCD IoT Interface uses only 2 GPIO lines of your microcontroller, freeing the rest of your CPU for other tasks. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD IoT devices are equipped with a I2C expansion port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! Features Current Monitoring for IoT Communication Modules Compatible with Electron, Photon, Bluz, or RedBear Adaptable to Onion, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, Arduino 1-Channel Input with 5, 10, 15, or 20-Amp Input Range Solid Core Current Sensors with 5% Max Error Rate On-Board I2C Expansion Port Expandable to 16 Devices per I2C Port Expandable to Control Relays PWM, and Many Sensors 0x2A I2C Start Address

₹4,939.00*
1-Channel On-Board 97% Accuracy 70-Amp AC Current Monitor with I2C Interface
1-Channel On-Board 97% Accuracy 70-Amp AC Current Monitor with I2C Interface
Current monitoring of your AC power load is now possible using cross-platform I2C communications, making current monitoring possible for your Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, Arduino, or any other computing platform that support I2C.  Monitor current and keep track of your power consumption using your favorite computing platform. This controller has one 10-Amp current monitoring channel, precision tuned to monitor the current flow through the on-board current sensor with a 3% maximum error rate (Tested up to 20 Amps).  This controller is available for purchase in 5, 10, 15, or 20-Amp input ranges.  We suggest choosing a amperage range that properly suits the load you intend to monitor for best accuracy and resolution. To use this device, simply run an AC power wire, up to 10mm in size, through the center of the sensor. The on-board custom designed CPU will do the rest using I2C communications.  This controller includes an I2C expansion port, allowing expansion for more current monitoring inputs or other types of I2C sensors and devices. Four on-board address jumpers allow expansion of up to 16 current monitoring devices through the I2C expansion port.  Mix and match current monitoring controllers of any size to meet your specific application requirements. Software developers can take advantage of our ControlEverythingCom GitHub repository for current monitoring and programming samples.  This device only requires a 12VDC power supply for operation, which may be plugged into the controller using a 2.1mm center positive barrel connector or on-board terminal block for direct wired power supplies. What is the NCD I2C Interface? NCD is the creator of plug and play modular hardware using the NCD I2C Interface connector standard.  NCD I2C devices allow you to chain together several devices on the I2C bus, and communicate to each device individually at high speed (subject to the limitations of I2C).  The NCD I2C Interface uses a standard 4-Pin I2C Input and I2C Output connector.  NCD I2C devices communicate 5V I2C data and provides 5V DC power through this connector.  NCD I2C devices use standard I2C communications for all data transport, which is supported by nearly every microcontroller in production today.  The NCD I2C Interface is strictly a 5V standard, which is ideal for transport across longer cables.  NCD I2C devices always include a 6″ (152mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  NCD I2C Mini Modules always include a 3″ (76mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  Cables and connectors are available separately for designers who would like to include their own NCD I2C Interface into their designs. Plug and Play Connectivity NCD I2C devices will plug in to any available NCD I2C Output.  This includes just about everything we make in the NCD IoT Category, including all NCD IoT devices.  We also manufacture a wide range of I2C adapters that make it easy to plug NCD I2C Devices directly into most computing platforms.  The NCD I2C Interface adapters are available for Arduino, Banana Pi, BeagleBone, Bluz, C.H.I.P., ESP8266, Onion Omega, Particle Photon and Electron, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, 2, 3, and Zero, and Windows.  We are always working to add new platform support for NCD I2C devices.  NCD I2C Interface devices are compatible with just about everything in the microcontroller industry. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD I2C devices are equipped with a I2C output port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our modular plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! Powering NCD I2C Interface Devices Some NCD I2C devices require a external power supply, others may be powered through the 4-Pin I2C bus connector at 5VDC, and other devices are jumper selectable between external and I2C bus power.  All I2C mini modules are powered through the 5V I2C bus connector, greatly simplifying connectivity. Features I2C Current Monitoring Controller Ideal for use with PC using Windows 8/10 via USB Compatible with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Onion, PyCom 1-Channel Input with 10, 20, 30, 50 or 70-Amp Input Range Solid Core Current Sensor with 3% Max Error Rate Cross-Platform Compatible I2C Communications On-Board I2C Expansion Port Expandable to 16 Devices per I2C Port FREE I2C Cable Included 0x2A I2C Start Address

₹5,709.00*
1-Channel On-Board 97% Accuracy 70-Amp AC Current Monitor with IoT Interface
Current Monitoring of AC power is now easier than ever when using the NCD series IoT Interface Current Monitoring controllers.  Our customized dedicated on-board CPU handles all the current monitoring functions for you, all you have to do is ask the controller for the amperage reading.  Using our IoT interface, plug-in your favorite IoT communication module and develop firmware to read energy anywhere in the world!  The NCD IoT interface support Particle Electron for cellular current monitoring.  Use the Particle Photon to monitor current over WiFi.  The IoT interface also supports Bluz (Bluetooth BLE) or you can use one of our adapters to plug in Arduino Nano, Arduino Micro, USB, PyCom WyPy, directly on-board!  Plug in the SI I2C adapter for interface to Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, or Arduino Uno.  The NCD IoT interface standard makes it easy to connect to just about any computer or microcontroller!  Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD IoT devices support I2C communications using a I2C expansion port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more! This controller has one 70-Amp current monitoring channel, precision tuned to monitor the current flow through the on-board current sensor with a 3% maximum error rate (Tested up to 70 Amps).  While each sensor is rated for 70 Amps, this controller is available pre-tuned with 10, 20, 30, 50, or 70 amps.  These tuning ranges provide the best possible accuracy within the specified range, though users should take care to never exceed the pre-tuned range.  To use this device, simply run an AC power wire, up to 10mm in size, through the center of the sensor. The on-board custom designed CPU will do the rest using I2C communications to your favorite IoT communications module. This controller includes an I2C expansion port, allowing expansion for more current monitoring inputs or other types of I2C sensors and devices.  Four on-board address jumpers allow expansion of up to 16 current monitoring devices through the I2C expansion port. Mix and match current monitoring controllers of any size to meet your specific application requirements. Software developers can take advantage of our ControlEverythingCom GitHub repository for current monitoring and programming samples.  This device only requires a 12VDC power supply for operation, which may be plugged into the controller using a 2.1mm center positive barrel connector or on-board terminal block for direct wired power supplies. What is the NCD IoT Interface? The NCD IoT Interface provides users with a means of changing or upgrading the IoT communications technology as new technologies emerge.  The NCD IoT Interface is directly compatible with Particle Photon for WiFi communications, Electron for Cellular Communications, Bluz for Bluetooth.  Optionally, adapters may be installed to provide a direct interface to Arduino Nano, Micro, USB, PyCom WyPy, Onion Omega, Raspberry Pi, and much more.  The NCD IoT interface allows you to re-use your hardware so it never becomes obsolete!  Based on I2C communications, the NCD IoT Interface uses only 2 GPIO lines of your microcontroller, freeing the rest of your CPU for other tasks. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD IoT devices are equipped with a I2C expansion port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! Features Current Monitoring for IoT Communication Modules Compatible with Electron, Photon, Bluz, or RedBear Adaptable to Onion, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, Arduino 1-Channel Input with 10, 20, 30, 50 or 70-Amp Input Range Solid Core Current Sensors with 3% Max Error Rate On-Board I2C Expansion Port Expandable to 16 Devices per I2C Port Expandable to Control Relays, PWM, and Many Sensors 0x2A I2C Start Address

₹5,709.00*
1-Channel Push Notification Contact Closure Input over Ethernet
1-Channel Push Notification Contact Closure Input over Ethernet
NCD Ethernet Push Notification devices generate a TCP/IP data packet when a change on any of the contact closure inputs is detected.  Push Notification devices send data indicating the on/off status of all inputs.  The inputs on this controller were designed for contact closure interface applications.  Connect the inputs via screw terminals to buttons, switches, magnetic door switches, or any other contact-closure source.  NCD Push Notification devices are powered from a 12VDC power supply using a 2.1mm barrel connector or a 2-position screw terminal.  On-Board LEDs display communication activity and CPU Busy/Ready status. Using this device is very easy.  Simply connect to using Comm Operator (included with Base Station) or other TCP/IP data monitoring utility.  Connect a button or switch between Ground and Input 1 and watch the data arrive in your terminal software.  Every time the button is pressed or released, a data frame is generated that includes a byte of data representing the status of all available inputs.     Push Notification – Real Data in Real Time 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. Log when sensors change state or control relays when switches are triggered from distant locations.  Push Notification series controllers are the easiest way to send alerts to computers when a switch changes state. The Push Notification series will let you know when a door is opened, a switch is flipped, or motion is detected.   Dry Contact-Closure Inputs The Inputs on the Push Notification series controllers are compatible with any type of switch, including momentary buttons, toggle switches, motion detectors, magnet sensors, level switches, float switches, break-beam detectors, door sensors, window sensors, glass-breakage detectors, vehicle sensors, fire detectors, gas sensors, and much more. Push Notification for the Real World Using float sensors, Push Notification series controllers can send you a SMS text message if water levels rise too high. Alert emergency responders if fire or gas is detected. Receive instant SMS and email notification if security sensors are triggered. Log sensor activity for scientific, accountability, or security applications. Monitor, React, and Log sensor data as soon as the sensor detects a change. Push Notification series controllers are built to help you stay connected to your world wherever you are. Direct Wired Connection – Fast and Reliable The Push Notification Series will let you send contact closure sensor data directly to a local computer. From there the data can be used to activate relays, log data, trigger applications, forward data and much more. Monitor your world in real time. How It Works NCD Push Notification series controllers use contact-closure input detection to automatically forwards sensor data to an attached computer. Push Notification controllers do not directly generate Emails or SMS text messages. Optional N-Button software or custom-developed server software is required for this functionality. The Push Notification Quick Start Guide will help you setup your Push Notification Controller for your particular application. Combine with N-Button We STRONGLY recommend the use of optional N-Button software in combination with the purchase of Push Notification series controllers. N-Button software is a complete automation software application capable of sending SMS and Email messages, making decisions, controlling relays, and much more. The N-Button development team has been developing automation software for our devices for many years. N-Button is available as an optional upgrade when you add any Push Notification controller to your shopping cart. N-Button is compatible with Windows 8 or later operating systems. Write Custom Software You can write your own custom software to work with NCD Push Notification controllers.  Our products operate using standard protocols, making software integration easy for developers.  We help you eliminate the hardware development cycle by providing you with a plug and play solution. User Configurable Bytes Push Notification series devices allow you to customize 8 bytes in the data packet. Use these data bytes to indicate location, sensor type, or as a security id. Use our Base Station Software (free) to configure optional data bytes. Communications Ethernet TCP/IP Control NCD devices using standard Ethernet TCP/IP communications.  Simply open a socket and send and receive TCP/IP data to control our devices.  Our Ethernet TCP/IP Communication modules feature the Lantronix XPort communications module, the best in the industry.  The Lantronix XPort module is an industrial workhorse that we have trusted for many years.   Please note that images above may contain product not included with purchase Features Sends Ethernet Push Notification on Sensor Change 1-Channel Contact Closure Input with Screw-Terminals Contact Closure Input and CPU Busy/Ready Status LEDs 12VDC Operation with 2.1mm Barrel Connector or Terminal Block Compatible with any Contact Closure Sensor Send Push Notifications to a Specific Server or All Devices over a Local Network Read and React to Push Notifications from Server Software Compatible with N-Button Software for Easy Automation Compatible with TCP or UDP Protocols Eight User-Defined Bytes in Data Transmission

₹16,919.00*
1-Channel Push Notification Contact Closure Input over Serial
1-Channel Push Notification Contact Closure Input over Serial
NCD RS-232 Push Notification devices generate a data packet when a change on any of the contact closure inputs is detected.  Serial Push Notification devices use the COM port on your computer, generating a packet of data indicating the on/off status of all inputs.  The inputs on this controller were designed for contact closure interface applications.  Connect the inputs via screw terminals to buttons, switches, magnetic door switches, or any other contact-closure source.  NCD Push Notification devices are powered from a 12VDC power supply using a 2.1mm barrel connector or a 2-position screw terminal.  On-Board LEDs display communication activity and CPU Busy/Ready status.  Communication speed is preset at 115.2K Baud, but may be changed to any standard baud rate using our Base Station Software. Using this device is very easy.  Simply connect to your PC and open the COM port using your favorite terminal software at 115.2K Baud.  We suggest using Comm Operator (included with Base Station).  Connect a button or switch between Ground and Input 1 and watch the data arrive in your terminal software.  Every time the button is pressed or released, a data frame is generated that includes a byte of data representing the status of all available inputs.     Push Notification – Real Data in Real Time 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. Log when sensors change state or control relays when switches are triggered from distant locations.  Push Notification series controllers are the easiest way to send alerts to computers when a switch changes state. The Push Notification series will let you know when a door is opened, a switch is flipped, or motion is detected.   Dry Contact-Closure Inputs The Inputs on the Push Notification series controllers are compatible with any type of switch, including momentary buttons, toggle switches, motion detectors, magnet sensors, level switches, float switches, break-beam detectors, door sensors, window sensors, glass-breakage detectors, vehicle sensors, fire detectors, gas sensors, and much more. Push Notification for the Real World Using float sensors, Push Notification series controllers can send you a SMS text message if water levels rise too high. Alert emergency responders if fire or gas is detected. Receive instant SMS and email notification if security sensors are triggered. Log sensor activity for scientific, accountability, or security applications. Monitor, React, and Log sensor data as soon as the sensor detects a change. Push Notification series controllers are built to help you stay connected to your world wherever you are. Direct Wired Connection – Fast and Reliable The Push Notification Series will let you send contact closure sensor data directly to a local computer. From there the data can be used to activate relays, log data, trigger applications, forward data and much more. Monitor your world in real time. How It Works NCD Push Notification series controllers use contact-closure input detection to automatically forwards sensor data to an attached computer. Push Notification controllers do not directly generate Emails or SMS text messages. Optional N-Button software or custom-developed server software is required for this functionality. The Push Notification Quick Start Guide will help you setup your Push Notification Controller for your particular application. Combine with N-Button We STRONGLY recommend the use of optional N-Button software in combination with the purchase of Push Notification series controllers. N-Button software is a complete automation software application capable of sending SMS and Email messages, making decisions, controlling relays, and much more. The N-Button development team has been developing automation software for our devices for many years. N-Button is available as an optional upgrade when you add any Push Notification controller to your shopping cart. N-Button is compatible with Windows 8 or later operating systems. Write Custom Software You can write your own custom software to work with NCD Push Notification controllers.  Our products operate using standard protocols, making software integration easy for developers.  We help you eliminate the hardware development cycle by providing you with a plug and play solution. User Configurable Bytes Push Notification series devices allow you to customize 8 bytes in the data packet. Use these data bytes to indicate location, sensor type, or as a security id. Use our Base Station Software (free) to configure optional data bytes. Communications RS-232 Serial NCD RS-232 Serial Communication modules make it easy to integrate the worlds most prolific communication standard.  Easily interface to desktop PCs and laptops for easy control via standard serial commands.  Most NCD devices typically default to 115.2K Baud; however, older low-cost devices implement 9600 baud data rate as the predominate standard.     Features 1-Channel Contact Closure Input with Screw-Terminals Contact Closure Input and CPU Busy/Ready Status LEDs 12VDC Operation with 2.1mm Barrel Connector or Terminal Block Generates Data Frame when Contact Closure Input Changes State Sends Data to you Host PC using the COM Port 115.2K Baud Default Communication Speed Profiled to Fit in a Plastic Enclosure Removable Tabs for Smaller Profile Sends Push Notification on Sensor Change Compatible with any Contact Closure Sensor Compatible with N-Button Software for Easy Automation  

₹9,559.00*
1-Channel Push Notification Contact Closure Input over USB
NCD USB Push Notification devices generate a data packet when a change on any of the contact closure inputs is detected.  USB Push Notification devices mount as a virtual COM port on your computer, generating a packet of data indicating the on/off status of all inputs.  The inputs on this controller were designed for contact closure interface applications.  Connect the inputs via screw terminals to buttons, switches, magnetic door switches, or any other contact-closure source.  NCD Push Notification devices are powered from a 12VDC power supply using a 2.1mm barrel connector or a 2-position screw terminal.  On-Board LEDs display communication activity and CPU Busy/Ready status.  Communication speed is preset at 115.2K Baud, but may be changed to any standard baud rate using our Base Station Software. Using this device is very easy.  Simply connect to your PC and open the newly added COM port using your favorite terminal software at 115.2K Baud.  We suggest using Comm Operator (included with Base Station).  Connect a button or switch between Ground and Input 1 and watch the data arrive in your terminal software.  Every time the button is pressed or released, a data frame is generated that includes a byte of data representing the status of all available inputs.     Push Notification – Real Data in Real Time 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. Log when sensors change state or control relays when switches are triggered from distant locations.  Push Notification series controllers are the easiest way to send alerts to computers when a switch changes state. The Push Notification series will let you know when a door is opened, a switch is flipped, or motion is detected.   Dry Contact-Closure Inputs The Inputs on the Push Notification series controllers are compatible with any type of switch, including momentary buttons, toggle switches, motion detectors, magnet sensors, level switches, float switches, break-beam detectors, door sensors, window sensors, glass-breakage detectors, vehicle sensors, fire detectors, gas sensors, and much more. Push Notification for the Real World Using float sensors, Push Notification series controllers can send you a SMS text message if water levels rise too high. Alert emergency responders if fire or gas is detected. Receive instant SMS and email notification if security sensors are triggered. Log sensor activity for scientific, accountability, or security applications. Monitor, React, and Log sensor data as soon as the sensor detects a change. Push Notification series controllers are built to help you stay connected to your world wherever you are. Direct Wired Connection – Fast and Reliable The Push Notification Series will let you send contact closure sensor data directly to a local computer. From there the data can be used to activate relays, log data, trigger applications, forward data and much more. Monitor your world in real time. How It Works NCD Push Notification series controllers use contact-closure input detection to automatically forwards sensor data to an attached computer. Push Notification controllers do not directly generate Emails or SMS text messages. Optional N-Button software or custom-developed server software is required for this functionality. The Push Notification Quick Start Guide will help you setup your Push Notification Controller for your particular application. Combine with N-Button We STRONGLY recommend the use of optional N-Button software in combination with the purchase of Push Notification series controllers. N-Button software is a complete automation software application capable of sending SMS and Email messages, making decisions, controlling relays, and much more. The N-Button development team has been developing automation software for our devices for many years. N-Button is available as an optional upgrade when you add any Push Notification controller to your shopping cart. N-Button is compatible with Windows 8 or later operating systems. Write Custom Software You can write your own custom software to work with NCD Push Notification controllers.  Our products operate using standard protocols, making software integration easy for developers.  We help you eliminate the hardware development cycle by providing you with a plug and play solution. User Configurable Bytes Push Notification series devices allow you to customize 8 bytes in the data packet. Use these data bytes to indicate location, sensor type, or as a security id. Use our Base Station Software (free) to configure optional data bytes. Communications   USB Our USB interface module makes it easy to control our devices using the USB port.  Simply plug into any available USB port and start controlling our devices using standard serial commands.  NCD USB Interface modules feature genuine FTDI USB to Serial Converter Chips, the very best in the industry.

₹9,669.00*
1-Channel Push Notification Contact Closure Input over WiFi
1-Channel Push Notification Contact Closure Input over WiFi
NCD WiFi Push Notification devices generate a TCP/IP data packet when a change on any of the contact closure inputs is detected.  Push Notification devices send data indicating the on/off status of all inputs.  The inputs on this controller were designed for contact closure interface applications.  Connect the inputs via screw terminals to buttons, switches, magnetic door switches, or any other contact-closure source.  NCD Push Notification devices are powered from a 12VDC power supply using a 2.1mm barrel connector or a 2-position screw terminal.  On-Board LEDs display communication activity and CPU Busy/Ready status. Using this device is very easy.  Simply connect to using Comm Operator (included with Base Station) or other TCP/IP data monitoring utility.  Connect a button or switch between Ground and Input 1 and watch the data arrive in your terminal software.  Every time the button is pressed or released, a data frame is generated that includes a byte of data representing the status of all available inputs.     Push Notification – Real Data in Real Time 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. Log when sensors change state or control relays when switches are triggered from distant locations.  Push Notification series controllers are the easiest way to send alerts to computers when a switch changes state. The Push Notification series will let you know when a door is opened, a switch is flipped, or motion is detected. Dry Contact-Closure Inputs The Inputs on the Push Notification series controllers are compatible with any type of switch, including momentary buttons, toggle switches, motion detectors, magnet sensors, level switches, float switches, break-beam detectors, door sensors, window sensors, glass-breakage detectors, vehicle sensors, fire detectors, gas sensors, and much more. Push Notification for the Real World Using float sensors, Push Notification series controllers can send you a SMS text message if water levels rise too high. Alert emergency responders if fire or gas is detected. Receive instant SMS and email notification if security sensors are triggered. Log sensor activity for scientific, accountability, or security applications. Monitor, React, and Log sensor data as soon as the sensor detects a change. Push Notification series controllers are built to help you stay connected to your world wherever you are. Direct Wired Connection – Fast and Reliable The Push Notification Series will let you send contact closure sensor data directly to a local computer. From there the data can be used to activate relays, log data, trigger applications, forward data and much more. Monitor your world in real time. How It Works NCD Push Notification series controllers use contact-closure input detection to automatically forwards sensor data to an attached computer. Push Notification controllers do not directly generate Emails or SMS text messages. Optional N-Button software or custom-developed server software is required for this functionality. The Push Notification Quick Start Guide will help you setup your Push Notification Controller for your particular application. Combine with N-Button We STRONGLY recommend the use of optional N-Button software in combination with the purchase of Push Notification series controllers. N-Button software is a complete automation software application capable of sending SMS and Email messages, making decisions, controlling relays, and much more. The N-Button development team has been developing automation software for our devices for many years. N-Button is available as an optional upgrade when you add any Push Notification controller to your shopping cart. N-Button is compatible with Windows 8 or later operating systems. Write Custom Software You can write your own custom software to work with NCD Push Notification controllers.  Our products operate using standard protocols, making software integration easy for developers.  We help you eliminate the hardware development cycle by providing you with a plug and play solution. User Configurable Bytes Push Notification series devices allow you to customize 8 bytes in the data packet. Use these data bytes to indicate location, sensor type, or as a security id. Use our Base Station Software (free) to configure optional data bytes. Communications WiFi TCP/IP Control NCD devices using standard WiFi TCP/IP communications.  Simply open a socket and send and receive TCP/IP data to control our devices.  NCD WiFi communication modules are manufactured by Microchip, the world leader in microcontrollers.         Features Sends WiFi Push Notification on Sensor Change 1-Channel Contact Closure Input with Screw-Terminals Contact Closure Input and CPU Busy/Ready Status LEDs 12VDC Operation with 2.1mm Barrel Connector or Terminal Block Compatible with any Contact Closure Sensor Send Push Notifications to a Specific Server or All Devices over a Local Network Read and React to Push Notifications from Server Software Compatible with N-Button Software for Easy Automation Compatible with TCP or UDP Protocols Eight User-Defined Bytes in Data Transmission

₹14,069.00*
1-Channel Signal Relay 1A SPDT I2C Mini Module
1-Channel Signal Relay 1A SPDT I2C Mini Module
This tiny relay controller has been a customer favorite since we first introduced it.  This relay controller is built on a convenient mini module footprint, making it easy to control from the I2C bus. It can be controlled by Particle, Arduino, Beaglebone, Onion Omega, ESP8266, etc. making it very versatile. The relay on this controller is rated for low-power signal switching applications, offering an ideal choice for telecommunications, audio, low-power signal, and other resistive or low capacitive load applications. The relay used on this device is Single Pole Double Throw. External devices may be wired to turn on when the relay turns on. Optionally, external devices may be wired to turn off when the relay turns on. This relay should NOT be used in inductive applications (power switching applications involving motors or transformers of any kind). All I2C Mini Modules are designed to operate at 5VDC. Using a convenient 4-Pin plug, devices can be daisy chained onto the I2C Bus, eliminating the need for soldering. Simply plug together the devices you need for your next automation application. Pull-up resistors are included with all NCD master devices. If you are wiring in your own I2C port, on-board 4.7K jumper-selectable pull-up resistors are available for convenience purposes. Free I2C cable included. What is the NCD I2C Interface? NCD is the creator of plug and play modular hardware using the NCD I2C Interface connector standard.  NCD I2C devices allow you to chain together several devices on the I2C bus, and communicate to each device individually at high speed (subject to the limitations of I2C).  The NCD I2C Interface uses a standard 4-Pin I2C Input and I2C Output connector.  NCD I2C devices communicate 5V I2C data and provides 5V DC power through this connector.  NCD I2C devices use standard I2C communications for all data transport, which is supported by nearly every microcontroller in production today.  The NCD I2C Interface is strictly a 5V standard, which is ideal for transport across longer cables.  NCD I2C devices always include a 6″ (152mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  NCD I2C Mini Modules always include a 3″ (76mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  Cables and connectors are available separately for designers who would like to include their own NCD I2C Interface into their designs. Plug and Play Connectivity NCD I2C devices will plug in to any available NCD I2C Output.  This includes just about everything we make in the NCD IoT Category, including all NCD IoT devices.  We also manufacture a wide range of I2C adapters that make it easy to plug NCD I2C Devices directly into most computing platforms.  The NCD I2C Interface adapters are available for Arduino, Banana Pi, BeagleBone, Bluz, C.H.I.P., ESP8266, Onion Omega, Particle Photon and Electron, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, 2, 3, and Zero, and Windows.  We are always working to add new platform support for NCD I2C devices.  NCD I2C Interface devices are compatible with just about everything in the microcontroller industry. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD I2C devices are equipped with a I2C output port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our modular plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! Powering NCD I2C Interface Devices Some NCD I2C devices require a external power supply, others may be powered through the 4-Pin I2C bus connector at 5VDC, and other devices are jumper selectable between external and I2C bus power.  All I2C mini modules are powered through the 5V I2C bus connector, greatly simplifying connectivity. 1-Amp SPDT Signal Relay This controller uses a 1-Amp small signal relay, allowing control of low-power telecommunications signals up to 12VDC at 1 Amp. Ideal for audio, telecommunications, and very low power switching applications. This relay has a low On resistance. The 1-Amp signal relay is of the SPDT variety, which provides Common (C), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC) connections. Common is connected to NC when the relay is off. Common disconnects from NC and connects to NO when the relay is activated. All connections are made via screw terminals, capable of accepting up to 16 AWG wire. Features PCA9536 I2C Controlled Relay 1 SPDT 1-Amp Low Power Signal Relay Mini Module Footprint Free I2C Cable Included 0x41 I2C Start Address

₹1,859.00*
1-Channel Solid State Relay Controller + 7 GPIO with I2C Interface
1-Channel Solid State Relay Controller + 7 GPIO with I2C Interface
This I2C 1-channel Solid-State relay controller offers a cross-platform solution with unmatched compatibility and expansion capabilities.  Compatible with every IoT technology that supports I2C communications, this is the most versatile relay controller we have ever manufactured.  All NCD I2C relay controllers have a I2C output, allowing you to chain together more relay controllers, a vast array of sensors, current monitors, PWM drivers, and much more.  The expansion abilities of this relay board are unmatched by any other manufacturer in the world. This controller is based on the MCP23008, a common I2C interface chip for GPIO applications.  In this design, the GPIO port is used to control a solid state relay.  Seven programmable Digital Input/Output port pins are also available via screw terminals for use in Contact Closure detection applications or monitor and control external TTL circuits.  Three on-board address jumpers allow up to 8 similar devices (based on the MCP23008 or MCP23017) to be chained to the same I2C bus for individual control.  On-board status LED displays the on/off status of the relay.  This controller may be powered using our optional power supply or with 12VDC and direct screw terminal connection of bare power wires.  The solid state relay is accessible to the user via two large screw terminals, capable of accepting 12 AWG wire.  This controller includes many solid-state relay options, customized when added to your shopping cart. What is the NCD I2C Interface? NCD is the creator of plug and play modular hardware using the NCD I2C Interface connector standard.  NCD I2C devices allow you to chain together several devices on the I2C bus, and communicate to each device individually at high speed (subject to the limitations of I2C).  The NCD I2C Interface uses a standard 4-Pin I2C Input and I2C Output connector.  NCD I2C devices communicate 5V I2C data and provides 5V DC power through this connector.  NCD I2C devices use standard I2C communications for all data transport, which is supported by nearly every microcontroller in production today.  The NCD I2C Interface is strictly a 5V standard, which is ideal for transport across longer cables.  NCD I2C devices always include a 6″ (152mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  NCD I2C Mini Modules always include a 3″ (76mm) 4-conductor I2C cable.  Cables and connectors are available separately for designers who would like to include their own NCD I2C Interface into their designs. Plug and Play Connectivity NCD I2C devices will plug in to any available NCD I2C Output.  This includes just about everything we make in the NCD IoT Category, including all NCD IoT devices.  We also manufacture a wide range of I2C adapters that make it easy to plug NCD I2C Devices directly into most computing platforms.  The NCD I2C Interface adapters are available for Arduino, Banana Pi, BeagleBone, Bluz, C.H.I.P., ESP8266, Onion Omega, Particle Photon and Electron, PyCom, Raspberry Pi, 2, 3, and Zero, and Windows.  We are always working to add new platform support for NCD I2C devices.  NCD I2C Interface devices are compatible with just about everything in the microcontroller industry. Unlimited I2C Expansion Based on our plug-and-play I2C interface standard, all NCD I2C devices are equipped with a I2C output port, making it easy to expand to a wide variety of sensors, current monitors, relay controllers, PWM controllers, and much more!  We are always designing new expansions for our modular plug-and-play I2C framework.  We are dedicated to building a product line of interconnected devices to simplify all forms of automation.  Re-use or upgrade your hardware in seconds by selecting the modules that best fit your needs, and chaining them together using the included I2C expansion cables! Powering NCD I2C Interface Devices Some NCD I2C devices require a external power supply, others may be powered through the 4-Pin I2C bus connector at 5VDC, and other devices are jumper selectable between external and I2C bus power.  All I2C mini modules are powered through the 5V I2C bus connector, greatly simplifying connectivity. Solid State Relays Solid state relays are ideal for agricultural switching applications, or remotely located switching.  SSRs are frequently chosen to control pumps, valves, solenoids, lights, and other high-reliability applications.  NCD solid-state relay controllers do not include solid-state relays, but you will have the option to choose the type of solid state relays you require when customizing your product. This controller is designed specifically to fit select Crydom solid-state relays, but may be compatible other solid-state relays made by other companies. Features 1-Channel SPST Solid-State Relay Controller with I2C Interface 7-Channel Programmable Digital Input/Output Ideal for use with PC using Windows 8/10 via USB ESP8266 and USB I2C Interface Modules are Also Available Compatible with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Onion, PyCom Control Solid-State Relays using IoT Communication Modules MCP23008 I2C Controlled Solid-State SPST Relays Hosts One Solid-State Relay (Optional Accessory) I2C Output Port for Adding Sensors, Controllers, or More Relays Wireless Remote Operation with Key Fob Expansion Option Use the Arduino Wire Language to Control On-Board SSRs Example Libraries Available on GitHub

₹3,729.00*