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NCD C.H.I.P. Relay

C.H.I.P. Relay Features

C.H.I.P. is a great low cost linux computer that, combined with our Relay Controllers, is a powerful IoT platform. The Linux distro on the C.H.I.P. makes C.H.I.P. Relay Controllers easily compatible with many existing libraries and cloud platforms.

The C.H.I.P. adapter acts as a shield for the C.H.I.P. and connects to the Relay Controllers using a simple I²C Cable. This modular design allows you to easily swap out or expand to additional functionality like sensor monitoring or digital to analog conversion.

  • Linux Operating System
  • Good support for existing libraries and IoT Clouds
  • Wide range of Relay Options
    • Mechanical and Solid State
    • High Power, General Purpose, and Signal Relays
    • 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 24, and 32 Channels of Relays available
  • Easily Expandable
    • Add additional Relays
    • Add Sensors and Analog Capabilities

I²C Shield for C.H.I.P. with Dual I²C Interface Ports

Cloud Compatibility

While C.H.I.P. doesn’t have its own cloud, its Linux Distribution on board gives it more than enough power to connect to many of today’s most powerful cloud services including Azure IoT Hub, AWS IoT, Google Cloud IoT. Its even powerful to act as its own local cloud for multiple devices if you’re willing to put in the extra work.

C.H.I.P. Relays are open ended enough that you can basically use them for anything. Just pick an application, plug in the hardware, and start implementing.

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