Manual IP switch MK2
Intuitive remote control switching contains of two devices - IP control and IP relay driver - communicate via ethernet.
Suitably for realtime remote devices control, such as receiving antennas, power on/off for any some devices.
Manual IP switch consists of two parts:
- Low latency 1ms + your internet latency.
- up to 24 outputs:
- 8 buttons
- up to 16 encoder switch (one from)
- Relay configure remotely via telnet with access KEY
- Automatic nework pair by NET-ID, up to 256 devices
- Multi control - enable simultaneous operation up to 16 control to one IP relay - best for share between more users.
- Free configurable group buttons
- groups gonfigured on IP relay CLI (command line interface)
- in one group may be activate only one output
- groups are free configurable
- the group can be any size 2-8 buttons
- there may be any buttons in the group, for example 1 and 8
- the number of groups is not limited
- Blocking switching during PTT is ON
- Transfer PTT input from pin 18 D-SUB connector as one button (remote PTT)
- Ethernet plug detect with auto reinitialization
- Settings in serial CLI and source code.
- Very low TCP bandwidth, only eight bytes per every changes.
- Network latency (delay) is indicated by buttons light. Buttons light until after receive confirm packet from IP relay driver.
- Open Arduino platform allows you to customize firmware.
- 5V power from microUSB, or 8-15V from DB25 connector.
Latency in local network
Serial terminal command line interface (CLI)
CLI on relay side
IP Relay driver
web status and set source page
Multi control - enable simultaneous operation
Multi control - share four devices (support up to 16)
Free configurable group buttons
|IP control||sch||Interactive BOM||kicad35|
|IP relay driver||sch||Interactive BOM||kicad20|
|LCD and encoder mount||.SCAD19||3D preview||.STL [404 kB]34|
|IP relay driver din rail mount||.SCAD31||3D preview||.STL [379 kB]16|
|IP relay driver||GitHub||wiki|
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LibreCAD .DXF, or Inkscape .SVG files.
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