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The NetSwitchBox 220 is a small, handy device which gives users access to the different possibilities afforded by remote control It has two inputs and two outputs which can be accessed and switched via a TCP/IP network. Any PC in the network can be controlled remotely, remote control is also possible over the Internet.
The NetSwitchBox 220 has two inputs and two outputs.
Two individually switchable, potential-free relay outputs (no and nc), switching voltage 24V.
Two autonomous switching inputs
Each switching input can either be used passively (e.g. called by door contact, smoke alarm, etc) or triggered by an input voltage of up to 24 V (electrically isolated through an optocoupler)
States of inputs/outputs are indicated using two-Colored LEDs on the front
Outputs can be switched manually from the unit
All platforms - controlled from Web browser
Switchable from all PCs via Web interface and SNMP set in the network (also over Internet)
Watchdog function for the switching contacts (monitor connected network devices through regular pings. The corresponding output will be reset if the unit stops responding)
Batch mode allows you to switch the relay contacts and, after a configurable time period, make it return to its previous state automatically
Dynamically assign an IP address via DHCP or manual assignment of a fixed IP address.
Firmware update via Ethernet while unit is running (without needing to restart the power ports)
SNMP support (SNMPv1, SNMPv2c)
SNMP traps (SNMPv1, SNMPv2c)
Access protection via IP access control
Access protection via optional HTTP password
Basic, flexible configuration via Web browser, Windows program GBL_Conf or Linux program gblc