NCD Sensors are Protecting the Assets of the World’s Largest Industrial Giants because of their Open Protocol, Long Battery Life and Cloud Agnostic Architecture.
Modems are used to receive long-range wireless sensor data and convert incoming data into raw bytes of data using standard communication protocols such as USB, RS-232, RS-485, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Ethernet. Use Alpha Station to get started using modems (Includes Source Code in Visual Studio).
Gateways are used to receive long-range wireless sensor data and convert incoming data into Wi-Fi, which is directly connected to popular cloud computing technologies such as AWS, Azure, Losant, and MQTT. Data arrives in your favorite cloud platform in real-world values with no data parsing required using full security encryption.
IoT Edge Computers are used to receive long-range wireless sensor data for localized processing using Node-RED. Received sensor data may be forwarded to popular cloud platforms such as Azure, AWS, Losant, and MQTT. The IoT Edge Computer supports LTE cellular, Wi-Fi and Ethernet communications and includes Node-RED pre-installed with flows pre-configured for NCD Sensors.
Communicate sensor data directly to your favorite cloud platform using NCD Direct-to-Cloud sensors. Integrated web UI allows effortless setup for secure Wi-Fi and secure communications to AWS, Azure or MQTT.
NCD Enterprise Controllers add several types of input and output devices to your long-range wireless network. Equipped with a USB and long-range wireless interface, remote monitoring and control may easily be added to your long-range wireless sensor network.
Expand Raspberry Pi or Arduino with a variety of expansion options using NCD nodeLynk I2C Expansion Sensors and Devices. NCD nodeLynk is a 4-pin I2C bus chaining standard with integrated 5VDC. This allows multiple I2C devices of different device types to work together to build a wide variety of input, output, and control functionality. Add powerful I/O in a few seconds by simply linking the bus cables together!
Chain Your Favorite I/O Devices and Sensors to the I2C Bus of your Arduino or Pi
Expand your Raspberry Pi or Arduino with a variety of expansion options using NCD nodeLynk I2C Mini Modules. NCD nodeLynk is a 4-pin I2C bus chaining standard with integrated 5VDC. This allows multiple I2C Mini Modules of different device types to work together to build a wide variety of input, output, and control functionality. Add powerful I/O by simply linking the bus cables together!
The NCD IoT Interface allows direct connection of processor modules into NCD controllers! Plug in a Particle Photon, Electron, or NCD Processor Modules. Adapters are available for standard I2C communications for use with popular Arduino processors. Communications to all NCD IoT Devices use I2C communications. Integrated I2C expansion port allows chaining of multiple device types for additional I/O.
Plug-In Your Favorite Processor Module, Communicate via I2C, Expand with I2C Device Chain
NCD I2C Converters Make it possible for computers to control NCD nodeLynk I2C devices and sensors. From low-cost USB to I2C Converters to 16-Port Dual Interface Converters, NCD offers the most powerful conversion solutions available. Optional key kob variants allow wireless remote controls to trigger macros for relay and I2C output device control applications.
Desktop PCs Now Have Unprecedented Control Over Low-Level Sensors and Controllers!
Expand your Raspberry Pi or Arduino with a wide variety of expansion options using NCD nodeLynk I2C expansion sensors and devices. NCD nodeLynk is a 4-pin I2C Bus chaining standard that allows multiple I2C devices of different device types to work together to build a wide variety of input, output, and control functionality.
ProXR Lite Controllers feature on-board relays and a powerful Relay Control Command set. ProXR Lite includes 8-channels of on-board analog to digital conversion. ADCs may be used to trigger relays or for sensor monitoring applications. ProXR Lite Controllers offer a modular communications platform for control over USB, Ethernet, RS-232, RS-485, Long-Range Wireless, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or from Key Fob remote control transmitters.
NCD ProXR Controllers feature up to 32 integrated relays and a Powerful ProXR Relay Control Command Set for controlling individual relays or entire groups of relays. Includes commands for Relay On, Off, Toggle, Pulse, and Time Duration Relay Activation. ProXR Controllers are available with SPDT, DPDT, High-Power or Solid-State relay options with a modular communications platform for control over USB, Ethernet, RS-232, RS-485, Long Range Wireless, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or from wireless Key Fob remote controls. Chain up to 256 relays using the XR Expansion Port and additional XR Relay Expansion Boards.
The AD8 version includes 8 on-board 10-bit analog to digital converters for contact closure or sensor monitoring applications. ADCs may be re-mapped for select relay control functions.
The UXP version includes a UXP Expansion Port for contact closure inputs, analog inputs, or potentiometer output control applications using optional expansion controllers.
NCD Fusion Controllers feature up to 64 integrated relays, available with SPDT, DPDT, High-Power or Solid-State relay options with dual port modular communications platform for control over any 2 of the following: USB, Ethernet, RS-232, RS-485, Long Range Wireless, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or from a remote Key Fob. Chain up to 256 relays using the FXR Expansion Port. Connect a wide range of expansion controller options.
Includes 16 GPIO capable of digital I/O or 16-channels of 8/10-bit analog inputs. Optionally, each group of 8 GPIO may be re-mapped for UXP expansion, greatly expanding the available contact closure or ADC input channels. Fusion is capable of simple autonomous operation, allowing relay control based on analog or digital inputs. Using the optional TLEE expansion, Fusion controllers can control relays based on a time schedule.
NCD Taralist Controllers control relays based on a time schedule. Taralist controllers store and process up to 1,000 relay control events based on a pre-set time. Daylight Savings Time events are also included to automatically change the integrated real-time clock forward or backward one hour with user-defined DST dates. While Taralist supports many popular communication interface options, the USB WiFi Bluetooth option is preferred as it includes auto-sync to a time server, keeping the real-time clock in sync.
Contact Closure Inputs in one location control relays in a remote location, MirC includes a Transmitter and Receiver Controller
MirX includes two identical controllers with inputs and relays on both controllers. The inputs on one board control the relays on the opposite board
Several MirW contact closure transmitters target a single relay board with multiple relays in a centralized location
NCD Key Fob Controllers control on-board relays with a wireless remote control up to 700 feet away. Key Fob Series controllers include a ProXR Lite Controller and a Key Fob Receiver Module. The Key Fob Receiver Module is used to receive key fob remote control signals and convert to ProXR relay control commands. The key fob receiver can be configured to send any ProXR Lite command. Use a key fob to toggle the state of a relay, control a relay momentarily, or trigger a relay pulse. Send relay duration timer commands to activate relays for a duration of time. Point and click interface helps simplify relay control configuration. Pair up to 40 remote controls with a secure encrypted communication to the receiver. Each paired key fob will function as a identical remote.
Reactor Series Sensor Controlled Relays include on-board relays and sensor inputs. Configure the on-board sensor inputs to control relays. Use Base Station Software for Reactor configuration. Once configured, Reactor acts as a stand-alone controller. Control Reactor relays from a computer when combined with any of the modular interface technologies shown below. The USB option is required for configuration, the Key Fob interface is also a popular combination to control complex relay functions from a remote control.
Reactor was our first series of autonomous relay controllers, Fusion is our second and most powerful series of autonomous relay controllers.
Leverage the power of IFTTT.com and Particle services to do almost anything. Send a tweet if someone rings your doorbell, send a notification to your phone if someone opens a door, turn on almost anything right from your phone with simple setup, the possibilities are endless. NCD provides this controller with a optional pre-programmed Particle Photon module for easy connection to IFTTT. No programming required! Just use the simple IFTTT interface to setup your different configurations.
Legacy Relay Controllers were designed as part of our original product offering. Because of their popularity, discontinuing these products is not really a good option for our customers. Older boards may be available as a green circuit board while the final version has been updated to a black circuit board and assembled on our high-speed pick and place equipment. The black versions will not be discontinued. Some products in this category are scheduled for an update to surface mount technology. When possible, we suggest the ProXR Lite series controllers. If upgrades are not an option, please contact us and we can discuss bringing some of these products back into production.
NCD Push Notification Controllers send data to a host PC or Network when a contact closure input is closed or opened. Data may be sent directly to a PC using Serial, USB or Bluetooth. Using the optional Ethernet or WiFi Communications Module, Data is transmitted over a network via TCP communications.
NCD Input Output Controllers allow computers to easily read contact closure inputs, analog to digital converters, or control Potentiometer outputs. NCD I/O Controllers include the ProXR Relay Control Command Set for Relay Control and may be expanded for additional input or output channels. NCD Input Output Controllers Communicate with Desktop PCs Using Base Station Example Software and wide variety of communication technologies.
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