16-Channel Contact Closure Input Scanner Detector
- Supports Many Communication Interface Technologies
- Long Range Wireless, Bluetooth, WiFi
- Ethernet, USB, RS-232, RS-485
- Mount as Serial Port or connect via TCP
- Read up to 256 Inputs
- Read one bank of inputs or multiple banks with one command
- Base Station Software
- Point & Click Interface
- Use to Discover on Network
- Read Status of Inputs
ProXR Series Contact Closure Detection
Multiple communication technologies available
Mounts as a Serial Port or connect over TCP
Monitor and Read Contact Closure Inputs Using a Computer
Monitor Inputs, Trigger Relays for Full Contact Closure Control
Contact Closure Monitoring
With this Scan Series Controller, you can monitor Contact Closure Inputs using a computer. With minimal programming, data collection and control from a single controller allows any computer to talk to this device. The SCAN Series command set allows you to read anywhere from 1 to 32 banks of 8 inputs in a single query. A single bank contains 8 inputs. Reading 32 banks will report the status of 256 inputs. It doesn’t stop there, because we are focused on relay control you can add relays to the board (up to 256) and control them using the data collected from the inputs. Remember these are contact closure inputs ONLY no voltage can be applied to these inputs. Simply connect to your computer and this board mounts as a Virtual COM Port on your PC, allowing easy programming from any language that supports serial communications.
Mounts as a COM Port
This ProXR series controller connects to the USB port of your computer and will mount as a COM port on your PC. USB Drivers will most likely be needed and can be found in the resources section to the right and will also be available in the Base Station Software. Once powered up, the controller waits for a command. A command consists of a few bytes of data in numerical format usually between 2 and 6 bytes. Once the command has been received, the controller processes the command and sends you back ASCII character code 85 to signal the completion of your command.
Base Station Software is available at no charge to get you up and running fast (more on Base Station below). Once powered up, the controller waits for a ProXR command. A command consists of a few bytes of data in numerical format usually between 2 and 6 bytes. Once the command has been received, the controller processes the command and sends you back ASCII character code 85 to signal the completion of your command. When a command was sent to read the status of the contact closure the status is sent back.
Easy Software Development
Most of our customers write their own program for controlling these devices. Since you can use almost any programming language, you can use one that is most familiar to you so you don’t have to learn a new language.
Base Station Software
Base Station will assist you in learning how this device functions and is the ultimate reference tool for setting up, testing, and controlling this device. Base Station software supports every feature of this device – no other controller manufacturer even comes close to offering this type of software. Base Station works by communicating with your controller to identify the model and provides the appropriate graphical user interface for setting up and testing the identified device. To help you get started and learn this controller Quick Start Guides are available for just about every feature. As you discover a feature in Base Station a link is provided where you can easily download the Quick Start Guide.
ProXR Contact Closure
We’ve looked at the interface and the programming now let’s take a look at the board design itself. The ProXR series ZSCAN controllers are manufactured by hand for a highly accurate and reliable design. Equipped with the XR Expansion Port relays can be easily added. Fully tested before they leave the production facility each ZSCAN controller is ready to stand up to rigorous demands from heat, cold, or vibration. The best test of all is the numerous boards in the field from customers all over the world in all sorts of conditions. Take it from us, these controllers will hold up!
XR Expansion Port
The XR Expansion Port is available for adding relays to the board. Relay expansion boards can be added up to a total of 256 relays. The Expansion Boards get their logic from the mainboard and will require 12 VDC power.
UXP Expansion Port
While the XR Expansion port adds relays to the board the UXP Expansion adds additional contact closure inputs to the board. The ZSCAN series controllers are expandable up to 256 total inputs. The controller is fitted with a UXP Expansion Port where you can add contact closure expansion boards to this relay. Expansion boards can be added until you reach 256 total inputs. The Expansion Boards get their logic from the mainboard and will require 12 VDC power.
ProXR Enhanced Firmware Installed
This board has ProXR Firmware installed that responds to the full ProXR Command Set. The ProXR Firmware is the industry-leading firmware for controlling relays with more commands and functionality than any other board on the market. The list of commands and parameters this board is capable of is extensive. ProXR Enhanced is the newly released enhanced version of the ProXR Firmware with more commands, more functionality, and better control than ever before!
Contact Closure Monitoring Is Here!
A more streamlined manufacturing process brings a more durable, reliable, and a better relay board to the market. Here’s a list of great features:
User-Friendly Board Design
- “Wall Wart” Power Capability
- XR Expansion Port
- For Adding Relays
- UXP Expansion Port
- For Adding More Contact Closure Inputs
- Screw terminal connections make connecting to the board easy
- Works with the full ProXR Enhanced Command Set
- Highly reliable relay with the industry-leading command set
- Base Station Software for Connecting to Controller
Updated Communication Technologies
This product has been updated to support many communication technologies. Please reference the quick start guide for each of the associated communication technologies, as they generally all work as protocol converters to convert data to serial communications at 115.2K baud. Please choose from any of the communication technologies below: