It is separate IP devices whose output can be controlled remotely from 2N IP intercoms and access control units using HTTP requests. This allows the connected device to be controlled from any distance. The input of the IP relay can also be used to connect an exit button that switches output locally.
With the 2N® IP intercom you can use HTTP commands to control a relay.
2N provides IP relay with one output (9137410E) or with four outputs (9137411E).
If you use an external IP relay, you need an Integration license.
Number of Relays: 1
Max Voltage: 240VAC, 30VDC
Max Current: 12A
Contact Type: SPDT (Form C)
Load Type: General Purpose
Contact Resistance: < 30 milliohms initial
Contact Material: AgSnO2
Electrical Life: 100K cycles (Typical)
Mechanical Life: 10M cycles (Typical)
Environmental Rating: Over voltage Category II, Pollution Degree 2
Relay Modes: ON/OFF or Pulsed
Pulse Timer Duration: 0.1 to 86,400 Seconds (1-day)
Number of Inputs: 1
Minimum Hold Time: 62.5mS
Input Isolation: 1500V
Input Functions: Monitor, Local Relay Control, Remote Relay Control
Type: 10/100 Base-T Ethernet Port
Relay: 3-Position Removable
Power/Input: 5-Position Removable
Network: 8-pin RJ-45
Number of LEDs: 4
Digital input voltage applied
Relay coil energized
Operating Temperature: -40°F to 135°F (-40°C to 57°C)
Storage Temperature: -40°F to 185°F (-40°C to 85°C)