NetPing integration with Crestron controller

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Crestron is a system of management and automation for homes, offices, schools, hospitals, hotels and other objects. With the help of a module of management of NetPing devices, Crestron can manage a NetPing 2/PWR-220 v3/ETH device (for the moment, only this model is supported).

NetPing 2/PWR-220 v3/ETH device in the Crestron system can be used to manage lights (without dimmering), ventilation and performing other tasks that can be solved by turning on\turning off a relay. Cheap and reliable NetPing device can be used instead of a more expensive Crestron DIN8-SW8 device.

With the help of this module, Crestron controller gets a possibility to manage a relay of NetPing device by http protocol. In addition, the module allows to get Syslog notifications from a NetPing device. Thanks to this function, a Crestron controller always knows a current status of a relay, even if it was changed through a web interface of a NetPing device or by an SNMP protocol. 

This module is designed for managing NetPing devices with two built-in relays, but it can be easily improved to manage devices with more relays.

To use this module in projects, there is a need to have a source file of the module in SIMPL+  (*.usp) format. It must be compiled in the SIMP Windows environment for a necessary series of controllers (2 or 3).

You can find the files of a current solution here: Creston_netping.zip 

A module is provided by a company LLC "AUVIX"

Vyacheslav Golubenko

Email: v.golubenko@auvix.ru


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