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10 Amp Wireless Control

Relay your way

The ALTA 10 Amp wireless control unit contains two separate relay switches allowing for individual control through the iMonnit online sensors portal. The ALTA control unit relays can be switched on/off manually through the software or automatically by any wireless sensor notification assigned to a single sensor or group of sensors when a specified condition is detected.

Principle of Operation

The ALTA control unit has two separate relays that can be toggled on/off at will by either: (a) the iMonnit.com web portal; (b) any device that triggers a notification on the same network.

Four LED indicators let the user know if the device is powered on, communicating with the online system and the status of each relay.

The user can manually turn a relay on or off through the iMonnit software. Manual changes are either: (a) temporary based on a set duration (ex. activate the relay for 10 minutes then return to the default state); (b) perpetuated indefinitely until overridden.

Each of the units two relays can also be controlled automatically by any wireless sensor or group of sensors. Automatic relay switching can be triggered by setting the control parameters in a sensor notification from the system. The user can set the default state of each relay to on or off and user defined messages from sensors will cause the relay unit to switch to the non-default state. The relay switches back to its default state when the condition is no longer met.


Which Accessories is Right For Me?

  • Enterprise AA-battery powered: Our most popular type is ideal for typical commercial & enterprise environments, such as server rooms. A 1,200+ ft. range readily covers most facilities.
  • CC-battery powered: Compact sensor is great for space-restricted areas such as control cabinets or cold storage.
  • Industrial: Sensor's weatherproof, NEMA-rated enclosure withstands demanding indoor/outdoor use, e.g., warehouses & production facilities.
  • PoE•X: Power over Ethernet sensors integrate with a building's PoE network; it can also be used with a standard Ethernet infrastructure & powered via an optional AC adapter.
  • MoWi: This discreet sensor uses your own Wi-Fi for networking and data transmission—popular for smaller businesses and facilities.
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Features

1200+ ft. Range
Up to 12 Years of Battery Life
Automated Data Logging

Benefits

Unbeatable Range Eases Networking
Dependable, Worry-free Operation
Streamlined Compliance & Data Analysis

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