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Ethernet Relay board

Posted on Wednesday, June 27th, 2018 in open source by DP

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Boris Landoni from Open Electronics writes about a new open source project Ethernet Relay board:

The project we are introducing in this article wants on to take on that task by creating, through dedicated connections, the possibility to remotely control your entrance gate, your fish tank, the garden lights, the watering system and so on, using numerous examples. It is an ethernet-controlled relay board, which can be used as an actuator to directly control 220 V loads, to command 0V ÷ 5V digital signals or to read the status of digital or analog inputs; everything can be done remotely by using an Internet capable LAN.

Full details at open-electronics.org.

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One Response to “Ethernet Relay board”

  1. Erwin says:

    The article describes the circuit, but I can’t see the schematics of the board anywhere!?

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