The construction is purposefully designed to meet the conditions of good access to individual terminals. Its design is taken in a modern spirit and overall the module creates a very pleasant and modern impression. Thanks to the minimalist design, this module can be placed even in a confined space.
INPUTS and OUTPUTS
There are 4 inputs ready for work, where it is possible to place, for example, sensors or other control elements. We recommend that you take a look at our range of sensors and signal converters, which are offered in a large range. There are also 4 power outputs (up to 320W), where you can connect, for example, LED strips, relays, motors, etc.
CONTROL and SIGNALING
This is another configuration option. The buttons are easily accessible, placed next to each other, which was the goal of the module design. The configuration is performed using presets, launched after pressing the buttons.
SUPPLY and PROTECTION
The construction of the module is expediently made in such a way as to prevent damage in the event of unwanted polarity reversal of the voltage. If this were not the case and the polarity reversal occurred, it would be a fatal error that could permanently damage the module. Although the module was primarily developed for controlling LED lighting, it can be used for any automated control. The module is also ready for work in industry, so its voltage is 12 and 24VDC.
One of the advantages of the module is the RS485 bus, which is suitable for data transmission over longer distances (up to 1600m). Thanks to its high reliability, it is also suitable for industrial environments.
For easy configuration, a clear firmware has been created, where the behavior of individual outputs can be set based on input information. The module can be named at its discretion, there is also the possibility of downloading updates, connecting to wifi and other options, which are described in more detail in the description of the firmware.
The module is able to display the current consumption in the firmware in the BOARD tab. For better clarity, the consumption is shown graphically, you can find these graphs in the STATISTICS tab.