Use scheduler to control power sockets automatically!
The Scheduler function (also called planner or calendar) allows to specify a time plan for switching individual electrical sockets on and off.
Switching individual electrical sockets on/off according to a time schedule (Scheduler function)

The Scheduler has a graphical interface and is configured for each output (socket) separately.

The Scheduler in NETIO 4x devices is completely autonomous and does not need an Internet connection.

 

Benefits of Scheduler for the users:

  • Quick and easy way to set up periodic restart
  • Energy savings (e.g. limited operation during the night)
  • Works 100% even without an Internet (cloud) connection

 

Choose your “smart sockets” wisely

Some third-party products use a schedule stored in a cloud. As a result, these cloud-controlled products often fail to work without an Internet connection. The clock is ticking but without a connection to the cloud, the socket stays in the last state that has been set when the connection was still working.

With NETIO smart sockets, the list of dates and times for switching the sockets is stored locally in the device. The Scheduler in NETIO smart sockets work even without an Internet connection.

 

In the context of NETIO products

For example, a NETIO 4x device can be configured using the Scheduler to switch on a socket for 5 minutes every morning at 7:00.

 

Behavior after a power outage

After the device is restarted (or the power restored), the schedules configured for the Scheduler function are checked as soon as the current time is known. If the output is supposed to be ON according to the Scheduler at the current time, it is turned ON right away when the device boots.

 

General behavior:

  • When detailed actions at specified times need to be configured, use the ready-made Lua scripts instead of the built-in Scheduler function:
  • The Scheduler does not affect other methods of controlling the outputs.
    Outputs can still be controlled with the buttons, from the web interface, or using M2M protocols. The Scheduler simply switches the output on or off at the specified time.
  • A restart can be implemented with the Scheduler by switching the output off for a short time (the Scheduler function does NOT support the standard actions).

 

 

 

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