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Switching a 110/230V socket on or off simply by accessing a URL is very simple to implement. Also called “CGI”, this control method used to require a custom Lua script.



Our online demo offers access to all three device types in various configurations so that you can try them out as if they were already on your desk.


NETIO 4All smart sockets support electricity metering. Starting from FW 3.0.1, NETIO 4All can meter electricity consumption. Measured values are accessible using all M2M API protocols.


What's new in NETIO 4x firmware 3.0.1

  • New M2M API protocol – XML / HTTP(s)
  • New M2M API protocol – JSON / HTTP(s)
  • New M2M API protocol – CGI (URL address - HTTP post) – no Lua script required any more
  • TCP connection port can be modified per M2M API protocol. HTTP(s) based communication share 2 ports only

and more


Ideally, our smart sockets should start working immediately after being switched on. We are working on making that happen.

Firmware version 3.0.0 boots 28 seconds faster than the previous version. We are working on reducing the boot-up time even further. 


MQTT (Message Queuing Telemetry Transport) is a protocol designed in 1999 for sending short messages. Thanks to the IoT boom, it has become one of the most frequently used connection standards.

NETIO 4x (NETIO 4 / 4All / 4C) devices now support MQTT in a version suitable for MS Azure. A simplified “MQTT generic” implementation is coming soon


NETIO products will exhibit on the SPS IPC Drives show 2017 in Nuremberg (Germany).

SPS IPC Drives is Europe exhibition for automation, PLC and Industry 4.0.  

Nuremberg Messe Zentrum, 28 - 30 November 2017.
Hall 10.0 - booth No. 422B in „Wireless in automation“ Area.




Visit the NETIO products booth on 26-27 May at the Innovation Summit Prague (organized by the ELAI - European Leadership and Academic Institute), that will take place in the new modern premises of the Czech Institute of Computer Science, Robotics and Cybernetics (CIIRC).


Thank you for visiting our booth at Embedded world 2017 in Norimberk.

See you next year!


As a surprising feature, the built-in serial port of our NETIO 4C smart PDU can be controlled via the Lua programming language. 

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