We do not believe in hardware that goes obsolete.  We are strong proponents of building controllers that last for many years, not disposable devices that require frequent replacement.  As technology evolves, we prefer our controllers to include an expansion strategy of some kind.  There are several areas of expansion we are always working on:

  1. Interface technologies are always being introduced, and we like to adapt different communication modules to our controllers whenever possible, allowing a communication expansion often.  To this point, we have adapted RS-232, USB, WiFi, Bluetooth, Ethernet, Web-i (web page over ethernet), DropNet, and industrial wireless relay control solutions to our product line.  We are currently developing a new WiFi module that provides cloud connectivity to our entire range of ProXR series relay boards, and we have plan to keep developing new interface modules as technology evolves, expanding into LoRa and other IoT based communication technologies.

  2. Powerful automation software in the form of N-Button (SerialPortTool.com) allows you to control our relay boards using a widget based user interface that can be configured for your PC as well as a web browser.  N-Button is constantly evolving to add new automation features.

  3. Relay expansion boards allow you to add relays to your ProXR and Fusion series relay controllers (ProXR Lite does not support relay expansion).  This provides a pathway to controlling many specialized relay types not suitable for mass production.

  4. Most recently, we have been developing I²C expansion devices to include complex sensors, making your relay controller expandable into applications far exceeding basic relay control.