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USB Relay Controller from NCD
Our USB Relay Controller makes it easy for computers of all types to control relays and monitor analog inputs. USB Relay Controller products allow you turn relays on or off, flash relays continuously, control relays for a duration of time, and control relays in groups using a cross-platform compatible USB interface. NCD ProXR Lite series controllers are a widely adopted standard used by industry for many years. Equipped with your choice of 1, 2, 4, or 8 on-board relays, the ProXR Lite series USB Relay Controllers suit the needs of most of our customers. Integrated Analog to Digital Converters may be used to manually control the relays, or they may be used to read external sensors. Equipped with 8 or 10-Bit resolution, the ADC built into the USB Relay Controller adds tremendous flexibility for various application requirements.
Getting Started with a USB Relay Controller
Start by downloading Base Station at https://ncd.io/start. Plug in one of our USB relay Control boards and run Base Station. Base Station is a tool designed to teach you all the features built into your relay controller and provide you with example commands. NCD USB Relay Controllers mount as a virtual COM port on your PC. Base Station was written for Windows using Visual Studio (source code available). Base Station shows you all the commands you need for controlling relays and monitoring external sensors.
How to Order a USB Relay Controller
Start by clicking the “Buy Now” button on the right. Next, choose how many on-board relays you need (up to 8 in this series). Select the relay options in the red box for 20 or 30-Amp mechanical relays. Choose the type of USB interface connector you require and add a power supply if needed. We have been manufacturing many varieties of Relay Controller boards for users all over the world!
Need more Relays?
No Problem! We have expandable ProXR Relay controller available if you need more relays, just click here. Simply choose the USB option during checkout. NCD ProXR series controllers are field serviceable with a very long production history adopted by the largest companies in the world!
Base Station Software
Base Station Software was designed to help you learn the ProXR command set. Explore ProXR features using our Graphical User Interface. Watch data bytes flow to and from the board, so you easily understand the command execution process. There is no faster or easier way to learn how to automate than Base Station, as it was designed to work with our complete array of communication modules, including Wireless, Ethernet, USB, RS-232, and many more. You only need a Windows 8 or 10 Computer to Run Base Station. Base Station was written in Visual Studio, and we even provide the source code to help you on your way!
LabVIEW Relay Control Support Coming in 2018
We are pleased to announce that official LabVIEW relay control drivers will be supported beginning January of 2018. This is our first official release of LabVIEW drivers for ProXR series Relay controllers! We are finalizing the drivers and resources now. We will post in the News section as well as the Learn section of our site as soon as we are ready.
- Industrial Quality USB Relay Controllers
- Available with 1, 2, 4, or 8 On-Board Relays
- Available with 20 or 30-Amp Relays
- UpTo 8 Analog Inputs or Digital IO
- ProXR Command Set Used by Industry for Many Years
- Supports Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android
- Supports LabVIEW and Visual Studio
- Virtual COM Port Communications
- Use NCD Base Station Software to Learn Commands
- Analog Digital Inputs Ideal For Data Acquisition applications
Learn how to set up you own ZUSB Module to work with your NCD Relay Controller. For complete instructions and details on how to use an NCD ZUSB Module see our article at https://ncd.io/zusb-usb-communications-module-quick-start-guide/ Portions of this video may be outdated as we have moved from controlanything.com since this video was created.
Learn how to find the COM Port on your windows based computer. You can also use Base Station to find the COM Port of your Relay Controller. Base Station can be downloaded at ncd.io/start.
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