WebRelay™ | Live Demonstration
WebRelay is an electrical relay (or electrical switch) with a built-in web server. The relay can be turned on, off, or pulsed using a web browser. It has a long history of reliable operation in many applications including remote reboot, industrial control, security, and remote control and monitoring.
Live WebRelay Demonstration
For your convenience we have set up a live WebRelay unit for testing and evaluation. By clicking the links below you have full access to this live unit. You can make changes to the configuration and settings through the setup pages and you can control WebRelay through its control page. The control page allows you to change the state of the relay and view the current state of the input.
The diagram illustrates how this demonstration is wired. Nothing is connected to the relay contacts; however, you can still turn the relay on and off to see how it works.
The input state only changes when a voltage is applied to the input. For this demonstration, we have connected one of our X-332 controllers to the input of the WebRelay. You can apply a voltage to the input of the WebRelay by accessing the control page for the X-332 (Digital Input Control Page).
- Multiple users may be accessing this device simultaneously so the device can change while you are using it.
- This unit will be reset to factory defaults daily at 2:30AM MST.
- Please DO NOT change network or password settings.