Internet/Ethernet 16 Relay Board - IP, SNMP, Web, Home Automation
IP relay board with 16 SPDT relays (up to 15A each). Additionaly 8 analog inputs are avilable for various sensors. You can connect the board localy or via Internet and control it via computer software, web browser, command line, android mobile device. Easy to integrate in your code with our software examples. Now with FREE Android and iOS App!
- Brand: Denkovi Assembly Electronics ltd.
- Weight: 0.482 Kgs
This is kit of IP controler and card with 16 SPDT relays. It is for home automation, hobby and commercial projects. It allows you controlling electrical devices via LAN/WAN (Internet). Just connect the device into your local network and control it from another computer or android smartphone over the LAN or Internet. This IP relay board can be controlled from: Configuration utility - DAEnetIP2 Manager, web browser, command line, android smartphone application or Denkovi Relay Manager Software. We can provide also software examples for developers.
- 10/100 Mb Ethernet interface with Link/Activity Led (for DAEnetIP2 rev2)
- Power supply requirements (No protection against overvoltage and inverse polarity) - selectable during purchase
- 12V DC / 600mA
- 24V DC / 400mA
- 16 SPDT relay channels (the type depends on the stocks quantity in our store):
- 8 analog inputs with 10 bit resolution (0-3.3VDC)
- 16 (2x8) bit configurable digital I/O port (0-3.3VDC) - in this kit they are reserved for the relay board
- Dimensions: Relay PCB - 85mm / 300mm / 20mm; DAEnetIP2 - 43mm / 55mm / 15mm
- Standart protocols: ARP, IP, ICMP (ping), DHCP
- Supports snmp v1 (snmpset, snmpget, snmptrap), HTTP (integrated web server with autorization) , TFTP (for firmware upgrade)
- Ports for SNMP (161) and HTTP (80) can be changed
- Two MAC addresses protection
- It can be configured with SNMP requests or web browser
- Integrated WEB server for all functions/parameters access. I/O lines labels can be changed via browser
- HTTP API commands for getting/setting the I/O states (with basic access authentication)
- Reset of the relays on incoming/outgoing ping timeout (watchdog function)
- Function "load outputs(relays) states from EEPROM on boot"
- Each I/O line can be named by user via web browser
- It can send traps according analog ADC level
- Analog Inputs may be referred to control the relay according their level
- Possibility of connection analog sensors to the analog inputs as LM34DZ, LM35DZ, LM335, MCP9700A
- Relay PCB parameters: FR4 / 1.5mm / two layers / metallized holes / HAL / white stamp / solder mask / Extra PCB openings for better voltage isolation / Doubled PCB tracks for better voltage isolation
- Software by Denkovi - DRM Software (Windows/Linux), DAEnetIP2 Configuration utility, DAE-iModules App for iOS, DAE-aModules App for Android - New;
- Third parity software (Majordomotic, MyDomoticaHd, netsnmp, Android software by iSwitch LLC) - more info here;
- Software examples for PHP, JAVA, .NET and NI LabView - here;
- For detailed user manual - please contact us for download
- Security and fire alarm systems
- Manual or automatic device restart if event occur
- Management/monitoring for industrial
- Sensor information processing
- Remote Lock/unlock doors
- Home automation
The kit includes
- IP controller (Ethernet controller) - DAEnetIP2
- 16 Output Channel SPDT Relay Board (Supply voltage is selectable during purchase: 12VDC or 24VDC)
- Flat ribbon labeled cabel
DAEnetIP2 I/O ports
|"Free" - the pizn is free and defined for the user.||"XXXXXX" - the pin is reserved||"In" - the pin is input||"I/O" – digital input or output depending the settings||"Out" - the pin is output||"Ain"– analog input|
For inputs, if the input voltage exceed 3.3V, the controller may be damaged. If you have questions how to use the I/O ports please contact with us or take a look into the manual.
Here are the steps (instructions) how to power on and connect the device directly to your computer (see this image). For router LAN connection (see this image) or Internet connection, please see in the user manual:
1.Connect the DAEnetIP2 controller with your computer via UTP crossover cable. (note that the device does not support AUTO MDIX).
2.The flat ribbon cable connector must be fitted into to DAEnetIP2 IDC in this way
3.Connect each "In" labeled wire into the referred screw terminal of the relay board. For example "In 1" wire goes into Relay 1 In screw terminal, "In 2" wire goes into Relay 2 screw terminal and so on.
4.Connect the GND wire of the flat ribbon cable into the GND screw terminal of the relay board.
5.Connect supply jack to DAEnetIP2. You will have to find suitable power supply adaptor. DAEnetIP2 minimal supply voltage is 7.5 VDC. The maximal voltage is 25 VDC. It is recommended the supply voltage to be 12 VDC but 24 VDC also will work (in case you have 24V relay board and want single power supply source). DAEnetIP2 doesn't have any protection against inverted supply voltage, so be careful. The middle pin of the power terminal is + Vcc (center positive tip polarity)
6.Connect the power wires to the relay board as it is shown on the image right to the text. It is possible to supply the DAEnetIP2 controller and relay board either with single either with 2 separate power supply sources.
7.Now you can power on the whole kit (for example plug the supply adaptor into the electricity network)
8.In case of success you have to see this when you power on the kit (the link led (top) is blinking and the bottom led by default shows the power on and it is constantly on)
9.Check if the relay board power led is on constantly
|10. The kit in working condition|
11.Open your LAN card network settings and save them, because next step is to change them.
12.Your initial computer IP should be in the device network range. So it is recommend to be 172.16.100.1. Mask 255.255.0.0. Gateway 172.16.100.1. Change them. There is lot of info in the net how to do it (for example a good link is this one)
13.Open web browser and type 172.16.100.2 – default username/password are “admin”/”admin”
14.Now you can access all the parameters via your web browser or software on your computer.
How do connect sensors to DAEnetIP2
More information how to connect different types of sensors to the DAEnetIP2 Analog Port -
The controller has default settings, in case the access is lost. There are several steps for loading the default settings:
The device is supported by DRM Software. DRM Software is Windows/Linux software for controlling all our relay boards. Supported OS:
Windows: tested on XP, Vista, 7 and 8
Linux: tested on Ubuntu and OpenSuse
DRM Software image - control mode for Internet / Ethernet Sixteen Channel Relay Board
For more information about DRM Software, documentation and download - here
Download the last version (install package) - DRMsetup.exe
Download the last version (intstall archive) - DRMsetup.rar
DAEnetIP2 Manager is configuration utility for Denkovi DAEnetIP2 controller
- Access many DAEnetIP2 controllers at a time
- SNMPv1 protocol
- Name for each controller
- Support most of the DAEnetIP2 OIDs
- Configurating each P3/P5 I/O line separately as input or output
- Linearization (scaling) for the Analog Inputs (displaying the analog inputs values in human reading values - volts, meters degrees)
- Thresholds can be converted automaticaly from human units into divisions
For download please use this link: download
Access DAEnetIP2 from mobile devices
iOS App DAE-iModules
Android App DAE-aModules
The video bellow shows how you can control DAEnetIP2 based device - SNMP 8 Relay Board LM35DZ. Any other Denkovi Ethernet Device from this list can be acessed with same success from your iOS device via DAE-iModules.
Some useful information about DAE-aModules/DAE-iModules and DAEnetIP2:
- Select device DAEnetIP2. You must be sure the IP, UDP Port and SNMP community are correct, otherwise it won't enter into the device
- To connect and scale the analog inputs with sensors, please refer to this link: http://denkovi.com/connecting-analog-sensors-to-daenetip2.
Control via web browser
I/O Ports control/monitor
Traps/P5 control. DAEnetIP2 can send traps if some analog input changes its level bellow/above some threshold (Low/High).
The same logic can be used for setting one of the digital outputs port - JP5 according analog input port JP6.
HTTP API commands
DAEnetIP2 i/o lines can be controlled/accessed via HTTP API commands and basic access authentication is required to do that.
The digital outputs (P3 and P5) can be controlled by sending this HTTP command:
var IO=new Array (0xFF, 0xFF, 0x80, 0x00AB, 0x0049, 0x0118, 0x014A, 0x012F, 0x003E, 0x0029, 0x01DD)
Control DAEnetIP2 via command line
Net-snmp is free command line utility for windows which allows you to execute snmp commands from command line, BAT files, BASH scripts or any other sofwtare that can execute external .exe file or commands from command line. The instructions file how to install net-snmp and example commands can be downloaded from here.
For developers - we can provide examples and support for the following platforms:
VB.NET Express example
- DAE-iModules - App for iOS mobile devices, support link here
- DAE-aModules - App for Android mobile devices, support link here
- DAEnetIP2 Manager (Windows/Linux) - Configuration utility - download here
- DRM Software - software for controlling relays - here
- Android application for mobile devices by iSwitch LLC, Android market link - here, documentation - here, support page - here
- Majordomotic - Cloud home automation software by the company EdelBit. It supports all our ethernet relays and ip controllers. Additional android software is available as well. Here we have tried to explain how to work with it together with our hardware - http://denkovi.com/majordomotic-with-denkovi-ethernet-relays
- MyDomoticaHd - Android software by www.phsoftware.altervista.org. Additional explanation how to use the software with our ethernet relays and ip controllers - here: http://denkovi.com/mydomoticahd-with-denkovi-ethernet-relays
- Net-snmp command line tool for windows and C++ library - here
- iReasoning MIB browser (very useful tool) - here
Please use DAEnetIP2 rev.2 firmware files only for DAEnetIP2 rev.2 modules and old DAEnetIP2 firmware files only for old DAEnetIP2 modules! The old and new firmware files are not compatible as there is hardware change from rev.2.
|Release Date||Firmware Version||Hardware revision||Mib File||Update Utility||Version History||Note|
|Nov 2017||6.28||DAEnetIP2 rev.2||Here||DAEnetIP Burner||Version History||Instructions how to update are in the User's manual or at this link.|
|Feb 2013||First hardware revison||Here||DAEnetIP Burner||Version History||Instructions how to update are in the User's manual or at this link|
|08 Nov 2017||
From 08 Nov 2017 we start shipping DAEnetIP2 with minor hardware changes (rev2). The new hardware is designed in a way to keep the compatibility however there are still small changes:
On the picture below it is shown how does it looks like the DAEnetIP2 rev2 module. You will see on the bottom side label with text "Rev. 2" which means that is DAEnetIP2 rev2 module, otherwise you have the old DAEnetIP2 module.
Some examples are not public, and the download links will be sent to your email after purchase or by request.
- C# .NET Express 2010 - Sets the outputs via snmp v.1 with timeouts
- VB .NET Express 2010 - Very simple demo. It demonstrates how to set and get DAEnetIP2 ports values.
- Java (Netbeans) - Example for accessing DAEnetIP2 controller. Works in Linux / Windows / Mac
- PHP - Example for controlling the 16 digital outputs and reading the ADC (tested with WAMP with snmp)
- labVIEW 2011 - basic snmp manager for DAEnetIP2 build with labVIEW.
- Node.js (SNMPv1) - example how to communicate with the module using SNMPv1 set/get requests in Node.js.