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Web SNMP controlled 8 Relay Board v1

Set of IP SNMP controller and Eight channel Relay board. The system may be controlled by WEB browser, windows application, Android software and SNMP commands.

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DAEnetIP1 user manual

Download it from here

 

General description

This is set of DAEnetIP1 and Relay card with 8 relays. The relays may be JQC-3FC/T73 or RAS-12-15 (depending on your choice). It is autonomic ethernet device. Just connect the board into your local network or internet and control it from remote PC. You may use special software (DAEnetIP1 manager - available for download at this page) or web browser to switch ON/OFF each relay. The relay card is connected to JP1 of DAEnetIP1. You are free to use the rest of DAEnetIP1 ports for your needs. For full description see the DAEnetIP1 maunal. For suitable power adaptor please look at our store or contact with us (if you have questions for the power supply source).

 

Features

  • SNMP v1 protocol
  • SNMPTRAP, SNMPGET, SNMPSET
  • Integrated web server - access via web browser
  • 8 SPDT relays RAS-12-15 or JQC-3FC/T73
  • 12V DC power supply
  • Integrated overvoltage protection
  • Supported by DRM Software (Windows/Linux)
  • Configuration utility - DAEnetIP1 Manager
  • Command line utility
  • Android Software for mobile devices - here

 

Application examples
  • Security and fire alarm systems
  • Manual or automatic device restart if event occur
  • Management/monitoring for industrial
  • Sensor information processing
  • Remote electrical devices control
  • Remote Lock/unlock doors
  • Suitable for school and university education

 

The kit includes

  • 1 x DAEnetIP1 Ethernet controller - user manual DAEnetIP1_UM.pdf
  • 1 x Eight Channel Relay board
  • Flat ribbon labeled cabel
  • DAEnetIP1 Manager configuration utility - DAEnetIP1Manager.exe
  • DRM Software - Denkovi Relay Manager Software. The software is available for download from this link -setup.exe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eight channel relay Board

  • Power supply - 12VDC, 300mA
  • 8 SPDT relays - JQC-3F/T73 or RAS-1215. (Depending on your choice)
  • MAX. SWITCHING CURRENT PER SINGLE RELAY CHANNEL:
    • Relay JQC-3F/T73
      • 7A / 250VAC
      • 10A / 125VAC
      • 12A / 120VAC
      • 10A / 28VDC
    • Relay RAS-1215
      • 10A / 250VAC
      • 15A / 120VAC
      • 15A / 24VDC
  • Contact type: Normal Opened (NO), Normal Closed (NC)
  • PCB parameters : FR4 / 1.5mm / two layers / metallized holes / HAL / white stamp / solder mask
  • Extra PCB openings for better voltage isolation
  • Doubled high current tracks
  • Input voltage: 3V-15V (1.5mA max) must be given to the "In" to switch the relay ON
  • May be controlled directly by microcontroller TTL logic
  • Green leds for relay status
  • Red led for power
  • Dimensions: 85mm / 150mm / 20mm
  • Mounting holes diameter: 3mm

 

Single relay channel schematic

 

 

How to connect inductive loads to the relay board

 

 

DAEnetIP1 description

DAEnetIP1 is powerful and easy for use at the same time ethernet controller for remote monitoring and control via internet. No programing skills needed. Just connect DAEnetIP1 to your LAN or wireless router for example and you may control different elcetrical devices, scan sensors, make pulses with adjustable width and so on. If you connect for example in suitable way thermo sensor to one of the eight analog inputs and relay to one of the eight digital outputs you have standalone thermoregolator without even need of LAN connection. The auction contains some additional instructions how to access input/output lines of DAEnetIP1(via WEB browser IE/Mozilla, DAEnetIP1 manager or SNMP commands via command promt). 

 

 

DAEnetIP1 Parameters

  • 10/100 Full duplex Ethernet interface
  • SNMP v1 TRAP
  • SNMP v1 (snmpget,snmpset)
  • WEB interface with authorization
  • 8 Digital inputs/outpus
  • 8 Digital outputs
  • 4 Digital outputs for relays
  • 8 Analog inputs (each is with 10 bit resoution)
  • Onboard temperature sensor
  • Power supply: 12 VDC (the middle pin is +12VDC)
  • Consumtion: 117mA/12V DC
  • Integrated overvoltage protection
  • Working temperature from 0 to +70 Celsius
  • Storage temperature from -40 to +125 Celsius
  • Humidity from 10% to 80% non-condensing

 

DAEnetIP1 connection to the Ethernet network is done with UTP Cat.5 cable with RJ45 connector. Auto MDIX. 8 seconds after power on, the device is ready for work. For more information -  here

 

 

Schematic description

  • JP4 – 8 x ADC inputs
  • JP1 – 8 x digital outputs (GPO)
  • JP2 – 8 x digital I/O (GPIO)
  • J1 – Unused
  • RJ-45 – UTP cable connector
  • Power jack – power connector
  • Relay board terminal – 4 digital outputs for relays

LEDs:

  • “power” – power 12V DC ready
  • “link” – Ethernet activity LED.
  • “voltage control” – power 3.3V DC ready

Power supply requirements

The power supply is very important! There are some requirements that must be kept for proper work of the DAEnetIP1 controller. We recommend power supply that fit the following reqiurements:

  • Power supply: DC 12 V 1000 mA (stabilized and filtered)
  • Polarity: Center positive, the inner pin of the power supply adaptor jack must be +12VDC.


 

  • Before using the power supply, measure the output voltage with voltmeter. The output voltage must be 12V DC +/- 5%





The controller power DC jack is shown on the figure belollow. The polarity is center positive tip, the midle pin is +12VDC:



DAEnetIP1 does not have reverese polarity protection. Supply with different polarity shown in this auction will damage the controller !

If you are not sure what power supply to use, you have doubts, you need power supply or you have whatever questions about the power supply for this device, please feel free to contact us !!! If you need power supply adaptor, please look at our store. We sell suitable adaptor for this device.

 

Default (Factory) Settings

DAEnetIP1 connection to the Ethernet network is done with UTP Cat.5 cable with RJ45 connector. Auto MDIX. 8 seconds after power on, the device is ready for work.


IP - 192.168.0.100
Netmask - 255.255.255.0
DG - 192.168.0.1
DHCP – Disabled
WEB username - admin
WEB password - admin
SNMP RW community - private
SNMP RO community - none

How to reset to default(Factory) settings:
Software restart:

 

  • From nav-menu -> „Restart"
  • Restart – restart the device
  • Reset DAEnetIP1 – Restart the device and reset to default values




Hardware restart:
 

  • power off the device
  • place jumper on J1 pin 4 and 6
  • power on the device and wait around 10 seconds
  • power off the device
  • remove the jumper
  • power on the device

    Important: If you lose access to the controller somehow (forget IP or whatever) DO NOT UPDATE THE FIRMWARE, BUT SIMPLY MAKE HARDWARE RESET ! If this does not help, please contact with us and we will try to help you!

 

Connecting to PC


  1. Connect your DAEnetIP1 controller (or kit) with UTP cable.
  2. Connect the PC with the other end of this cable
  3. Check out carefully that there is not danger of short cuts or metal surface around the controller.
  4. If there are additional wires from the DAEnetIP1 controller connect them (to the relay board or any other device)
  5. Check out the power supply you will use for DAEnetIP1 if it is correct according this auction (it is 12VDC and center positive tip)
  6. Plug the DC jack from the power adaptor to the device DC plug.
  7. TURN ON the power supply source.
  8. The power led (red one) must be on
  9. Adjust your PC IP to be 192.168.0.1
  10. Access the device via Web browser - type its IP (192.168.0.100) in the address bar and use admin / admin for username / password.

Caution: Do not touch the device with hands during power on !

 

Connecting to router

  1. We assume you have PC IP - 192.168.1.2, Router IP - 192.168.1.1 and DAEnetIP1 factory IP - 192.168.0.100
  2. Connect your DAEnetIP1 controller (or kit) with UTP cable.
  3. Connect the PC with the other end of this cable.
  4. Plug the DC jack from the power adaptor to the device DC plug.
  5. TURN ON the power supply source.
  6. The power led (red one) must be on
  7. Adjust your PC IP to be 192.168.0.1
  8. Access the device via Web browser - type its IP (192.168.0.100) in the address bar and use admin / admin for username / password.
  9. Change the DAEnetIP1 IP to be 192.168.1.3 (to mach your network)
  10. Change back the old IP of your PC - 192.168.1.2
  11. Turn off the DAEnetIP1 controller
  12. Unplug the UTP cable from PC and conect it to router.
  13. Power on the DAEnetIP1 controller
  14. Type in browser 192.168.1.3 ( the new IP) and access the controller.

Caution: Do not touch the device with hands during power on !

 

DAEnetIP1 I/O ports description - GPO (JP1) 

Pin No. bit Func direction pull-up buffer
1 0 GPO OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
2 1 GPO OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
3 2 GPO OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
4 3 GPO OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
5 4 GPO OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
6 5 GPO OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
7 6 GPO OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
8 7 GPO OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
9 - GND - - -
10 - 3v3 - - -

 

DAEnetIP1 I/O ports description - GPIO (JP2)

Pin No. bit Func direction pull-up buffer
1 0 GPIO IN/OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
2 1 GPIO IN/OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
3 2 GPIO IN/OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
4 3 GPIO IN/OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
5 4 GPIO IN/OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
6 5 GPIO IN/OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
7 6 GPIO IN/OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
8 7 GPIO IN/OUT 3v3/4k7 100 ohm
9 - GND - - -
10 - 3v3 - - -

 

DAEnetIP1 I/O ports description - Relay outputs (JP3) 

Pin No. bit Func direction pull-up buffer
1 0 GPO OUT 3v3/2k2 -
2 1 GPO OUT 3v3/2k2 -
3 2 GPO OUT 3v3/2k2 -
4 3 GPO OUT 3v3/2k2 -
5 - PWR_EN OUT - -
6 - Vin OUT - -
7 - Vin OUT - -
8 - GND - - -
9 - GND - - -
10 - GND - - -

 

DAEnetIP1 I/O ports description - ADC (JP4)

Pin No. bit Func direction pull-up buffer
1 0 Channel 0 Ain - -
2 1 Channel 1 Ain - -
3 2 Channel 2 Ain - -
4 3 Channel 3 Ain - -
5 4 Channel 4 Ain - -
6 5 Channel 5 Ain - -
7 6 Channel 6 Ain - -
8 7 Channel 7 Ain - -
9 - GND - - -
10 - V ref - - -

 

Access DAEnetIP1 via Web Browser

  

Android Application

You may use this inexpensive but very useful application for your Android smart phone. You may controll DAEnetIP1 digital outputs or read the DAEnetIP1 analog inputs. With the Gauge functions you may set the measured range and value (C, F, Voltage...). Output timers can be set also. The application is marketed by iSwitch, LLC.

Download it from the Android Market

 

DAEnetIP1 device controlled by Android Software by iSwitch, LLC over internet

 

 The App documentation may be downloaded from here

http://www.iswitchllc.com/Android%20DAEnetIP1%20Application%20v1.pdf 

For more information about the Android App you may contact with us or use the developer site link

http://www.iswitchllc.com/DAErelayBoardApp.html

 

 

Access JP1 via DAEnetIP1 manager

JP1 is 8 bit digital output port. It can be controlled via web browser, DAEnetIP1 manager, snmp commands or via its corresponding ADC input. This is the port that controls the 8 relay channels !

SNMP Commands

snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6lock.1 - Get JP1 Pin 1 lock value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6lock.8 - Get JP1 Pin 8 lock value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6state.1 - Get JP1 Pin 1 state value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6state.8 - Get JP1 Pin 8 state value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6delay.1 - Get JP1 Pin 1 delay value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6delay.8 - Get JP1 Pin 8 delay value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6description.1 - Get JP1 Pin 1 description value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6description.8 - Get JP1 Pin 8 description value

snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6lock.1 i 0 - Set JP1 Pin 1 lock value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6lock.8 i 1 - Set JP1 Pin 8 lock value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6state.1 i 0 - Set JP1 Pin 1 state value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6state.8 i 1 - Set JP1 Pin 8 state value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6delay.1 i 10 - Set JP1 Pin 1 delay value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6delay.8 i 121 - Set JP1 Pin 8 delay value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6description.1 s "DO_1" - Set JP1 Pin 1 description value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::p6description.8 s "DO_8" - Set JP1 Pin 8 description value

 

Access JP2 via DAEnetIP1 manager

JP2 is 8 bit digital bidirectional user configurable input/output port. When it is ouput can be controlled via web browser, DAEnetIP1 manager, snmp commands. When it is input may be monitored via DAEnetIP1 manager and snmp commands. When there is JP2 pin level change DAEnetIP1 sends trap message to the given trap servers.

SNMP Commands

snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2Lock.1 - Get JP2 Pin 1 lock value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2Lock.8 - Get JP2 Pin 8 lock value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2State.1 - Get JP2 Pin 1 state value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2State.8 - Get JP2 Pin 8 state value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2Delay.1 - Get JP2 Pin 1 delay value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2Delay.8 - Get JP2 Pin 8 delay value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2Description.1 - Get JP2 Pin 1 description value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2Description.8 - Get JP2 Pin 8 description value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2Value.1 - Get JP2 Pin 1 value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2Value.8 - Get JP2 Pin 8 value

snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2Lock.1 i 0 - Set JP2 Pin 1 lock value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2Lock.8 i 1 - Set JP2 Pin 8 lock value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2State.1 i 0 - Set JP2 Pin 1 state value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2State.8 i 1 - Set JP2 Pin 8 state value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2Delay.1 i 10 - Set JP2 Pin 1 delay value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2Delay.8 i 121 - Set JP2 Pin 8 delay value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2Description.1 s "DIO_1" - Set JP2 Pin 1 description value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::JP2Description.8 s "DIO_8" - Set JP2 Pin 8 description value

Note:
JP2 can be used either digital outputs either digital inputs. The inputs visualization is implemented only over SNMP and DAEnetIP1 manager (it is not implemented via web yet). To use a JP2 pin as input its state must be set (“1”). To do this set the checkbox under label “Control JP2”.

 

Access JP3 via DAEnetIP1 manager

JP3 is 4 bit digital output port for switching relays. It can be controlled via web browser, DAEnetIP1 manager, snmp commands or via its corresponding ADC input.The management rules are same as JP1 digital I/O management. It is used only R0,R1,R2 and R3.

SNMP Commands

snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayLock.1 - Get JP2 Pin 1 lock value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayLock.4 - Get JP2 Pin 4 lock value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayState.1 - Get JP2 Pin 1 state value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayState.4 - Get JP2 Pin 4 state value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayDelay.1 - Get JP2 Pin 1 delay value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayDelay.4 - Get JP2 Pin 4 delay value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayDescription.1 - Get JP2 Pin 1 description value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayDescription.4 - Get JP2 Pin 4 description value

snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayLock.1 i 0 - Set JP2 Pin 1 lock value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayLock.4 i 1 - Set JP2 Pin 4 lock value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayState.1 i 0 - Set JP2 Pin 1 state value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayState.4 i 1 - Set JP2 Pin 4 state value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayDelay.1 i 10 - Set JP2 Pin 1 delay value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayDelay.4 i 121 - Set JP2 Pin 4 delay value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayDescription.1 s "DIO_1" - Set JP2 Pin 1 description value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RelayDescription.4 s "DIO_4" - Set JP2 Pin 4 description value

 

Access JP4 via DAEnetIp1 manager

JP4 is 8 channel x 10-bit ADC input port (0 - 2.5 VDC) with 2.5VDC refferent voltage. It can be monitored via web browser, DAEnetIP1 manager, snmp commands. When some ADC input crosses given high/low threshold may be done the following: 1) a trap message may be sent. 2) JP1 pin state may be changed. 3) JP3 pin state may be changed.

SNMP Commands

snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::Value.1 - Get JP4 Pin 1 value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::Value.8 - Get JP4 Pin 8 value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::SNMPRefresh.1 - Get JP4 Pin 1 SNMP refresh interval value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::SNMPRefresh.8 - Get JP4 Pin 8 SNMP refresh interval value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::LowThreshold.1 - Get JP4 Pin 1 LT value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::LowThreshold.8 - Get JP4 Pin 8 LT value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::HighThreshold.1 - Get JP4 Pin 1 HT value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::HighThreshold.8 - Get JP4 Pin 8 HT value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::LowHysteresis.1 - Get JP4 Pin 1 LH value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::LowHysteresis.8 - Get JP4 Pin 8 LH value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::HighHysteresis.1 - Get JP4 Pin 1 HH value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::HighHysteresis.8 - Get JP4 Pin 8 HH value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::ChannelDescription.1 - Get JP4 Pin 1 Description value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::ChannelDescription.8 - Get JP4 Pin 8 Description value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::Mode.1 - Get JP4 Pin 1 Mode value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::Mode.8 - Get JP4 Pin 8 Mode value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::SNMPTrap.1 - Get JP4 Pin 1 SNMPTrap value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::SNMPTrap.8 - Get JP4 Pin 8 SNMPTrap value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::GPIOmap.1 - Get JP4 Pin 1 GPIOmap value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::GPIOmap.8- Get JP4 Pin 8 GPIOmap value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RELAYmap.1 - Get JP4 Pin 1 RELAYmap value
snmpget -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RELAYmap.8 - Get JP4 Pin 8 RELAYmap value

snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::SNMPRefresh.1 i 1 - Set JP4 Pin 1 SNMP refresh interval value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::SNMPRefresh.8 i 80 - Set JP4 Pin 8 SNMP refresh interval value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::LowThreshold.1 i 200 - Set JP4 Pin 1 LT value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::LowThreshold.8 i 0 - Set JP4 Pin 8 LT value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::HighThreshold.1 i 600 - Set JP4 Pin 1 HT value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::HighThreshold.8 i 0 - Set JP4 Pin 8 HT value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::LowHysteresis.1 - Set JP4 Pin 1 LH value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::LowHysteresis.8 - Set JP4 Pin 8 LH value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::HighHysteresis.1 - Set JP4 Pin 1 HH value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::HighHysteresis.5 - Set JP4 Pin 8 HH value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::ChannelDescription.1 s "AI1" - Set JP4 Pin 1 Description value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::ChannelDescription.8 s "AI8" - Set JP4 Pin 8 Description value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::Mode.1 i 0 - Set JP4 Pin 1 Mode value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::Mode.8 i 2 - Set JP4 Pin 8 Mode value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::SNMPTrap.1 i 0 - Set JP4 Pin 1 SNMPTrap value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::SNMPTrap.8 i 1 - Set JP4 Pin 8 SNMPTrap value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::GPIOmap.1 i 0 - Set JP4 Pin 1 GPIOmap value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::GPIOmap.8 i 1 - Set JP4 Pin 8 GPIOmap value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RELAYmap.1 i 0 - Set JP4 Pin 1 RELAYmap value
snmpset -v1 -c private 192.168.0.100 DenkoviMIB::RELAYmap.8 i 1 - Set JP4 Pin 8 RELAYmap value

 

Command line (net-snmp)

Steps for Install net-snmp library. In this way you will be able to control the ethernet controller with command line.

  • Download the last version net-snmp binary for windows from http://net-snmp.sourceforge.net/download. The file must look like net-snmp-X.X.X.X-X.win32.exe
  • Install the downloaded file. Leave the default options. The packet will be install in c:\usr by default.
  • Download the DAEnetIP1 MIB file from here
  • Copy the mib file here c:\usr\share\snmp\mibs
  • Add new line in the file c:\usr\etc\snmp\snmp.conf with the "mibs all" directive.
  • Now you can test different commands for OID access, supported by this module. Their names you may see in the DAEnetIP1.mib file.

 

 

 

DRM Software 

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

 

Denkovi Relay Manager Software (DRM Software)

DRM Software image - control mode for Internet / Ethernet Eight 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

 

 

Demo Video  

 

 

 

Useful links

DAEnetIP1

  • DAEnetIP1 Ethernet controller user manual (English) - DAEnetIP1_UM.pdf
  • DAEnetIP1 Manager configuration Utility (executable) - DAEnetIP1Manager.exe
  • DAEnetIP1 Manager configuration utility (archive) - DAEnetIP1Manager.rar
  • DAEnetIP1 Tutorials - here
  • DAEnetIP1 Burner or the easier way how to update the firmware of DAEnetIP1, DAEnetIP2 and DAEnetIP3 - here (RECOMMEND)
  • Free command line tool for executing SNMP commands - here
  • Step-by-step guide how to install windows command line application (netsnmp) for executing SNMP commands - How_to_install_netsnmp.pdf
  • Java SNMP library - here
  • Android App link from Android Market - here
  • Android App documentation - here
  • Android App support page - here

DRM Software

 

 Firmware

 

 

Date Version Mib Manual Notes
11.2011 1.53 Here Here DAEnetIP1 firmware

 

Software examples

 
  • Java (Netbeans) - Example for accessing DAEnetIP1 controller. Works in Linux / Windows / Mac
  • labVIEW 2011 -  basic snmp manager for DAEnetIP1 build with labVIEW. For download please contact us
  • VB .NET Express 2010 - Very simple demo. It demonstrates how to set and get DAEnetIP1 ports values. For download please contact us

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