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The Scheduler function (also called planner or calendar) allows to specify a time plan for switching individual electrical sockets on and off.
Type F electrical socket, rated 230V / 16A, used in Germany and most of continental Europe. The official name is “Schukostecker”, or “Schuko” for short.
Switches the output to 0 (Off) for a defined time. This action is ideal for restarting a connected device.
Switches the output to 1 (On) for a defined time. Ideal e.g. for activating a valve for a well-defined time (several seconds).


SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is an Internet protocol for Internet telephony signaling. It is used by desk telephones with RJ45 jacks. SIP is supported by most mobile apps for making calls over a data connection. SIP is also used by doorphones that communicate over LAN or WiFi.
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is an Internet protocol for transferring e-mail messages from a sender (e.g. a NETIO device) to a mail server (SMTP server) and then further on, up to the recipient’s server (the end user then downloads the message using e.g. POP3 or IMAP protocols).
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) version 1 / version 2 is an UDP-based protocol for monitoring and management of networks and services. It can be used to collect status information about individual devices and send configuration change requests. The protocol is based on the Manager/Agent principle, where the Manager collects and processes data, and the Agent reacts to messages from the Manager and reports its status.
SNMP version 3 supports secure communication. Unlike SNMP v1 and v2, it uses username/password authentication and SSL encryption.


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