Application Notes (ANxx) | Page 2 | NETIO products: Smart power sockets controlled over LAN and WiFi

Application notes provide a better understanding of products NETIO use in your applications.

Filtering

cancel filters
SNMP management of 110/230V power outlets from the command line in Windows and Linux
19.2.2018

NETIO 4x electrical sockets (PDU) can be monitored and controlled over LAN/WiFi using SNMP. In this way, it is possible to measure the immediate consumption (NETIO 4All only) or to switch individual 110/230V sockets on or off. This AN11 Application Note shows how to perform SNMP v3 read and write operations in MS Windows or Linux. 

AN10 Telnet control of electrical power sockets (M2M API – KSHELL)
16.10.2017

NETIO 4x electrical sockets (NETIO 4 / 4All / 4C) can be controlled over a LAN using the Telnet M2M API protocol and KSHELL commands. The NETIO AN10 Application Note demonstrates how to use Telnet to control individual sockets, gives a brief description of the KSHELL protocol and shows examples how to test the communication in Windows using several utilities. 

Lua script that detects a connection to the Internet and automatically restarts, for example, a microwave connection
23.10.2018

AN09 demonstrates a Lua script that detects a dropped Internet connection and automatically restarts e.g. a microwave link. The script periodically sends PING (icmp) requests to the 1 or 2 configured IP addresses. When none of these two addresses respond for e.g. 60 seconds, one of the 230V sockets is turned off for 20 seconds (short off – restart).

Cyclic traffic lights in Lua according to a defined table
20.11.2017

AN08 demonstrates the use of a Lua script to switch 230V sockets on/off according to a table. The example table contains 8 states. Each state has a defined duration (1s minimum). This example can be used as cyclic “traffic lights”

AN07 Periodical scheduler for many actions based on text file - Lua script
28.1.2019

The AN07 Application Note shows a Lua script that turns individual 110/230VAC sockets on and off at specific times according to a predefined schedule. The state table can contain dozens of rows with actions to be performed at specified hours or days of week.

 

Remote power socket control by URL (http GET handled in Lua script)
3.4.2018

The NETIO 4 smart sockets device is connected to a LAN or a WiFi network. Individual sockets can be easily switched on and off by accessing a URL in a browser or from the command line. This control method is very easy to use. This NETIO AN04 describes a Lua script that reacts to parameters contained in the http get request (URL). Unlike the standard M2M API based on http GET, the custom Lua script can make the sockets react to parameters with custom names. 

NETIO AN03 Switching OFF a 230V power socket when current exceeds limit, email alerts
3.10.2017

This Application Note demonstrates how to create a Lua script to monitor the current flowing through individual sockets of a NETIO 4All smart power strip. When the current at a particular socket exceeds the limit for longer than the specified time period, the script turns the socket off and sends an email

NETIO AN02 Intro to Lua scripts, trigger conditions, log file
14.8.2017

NETIO AN02 Application Note guides through the creation of a Lua script that turns a socket on and off once every second but only during a specified period (e.g. only during daytime). AN02 is an example that describes various ways of triggering Lua scripts and how to use the Log file in NETIO 4x smart sockets to debug the script.

 AN01 Getting started with Lua programming language - flasher
2.8.2017

This NETIO AN01 Application Note describes the first steps to simple programming of NETIO 4x (4 / 4All / 4C) smart socket devices with Lua scripts. In this tutorial, two sockets are switched on/off alternately. 

Ask for a price or technical parameters

For device testing use name/password demo/demo