Control Web-i Relay with N-Button Lite/Pro

N-Button Lite/Pro software allows you to control Web-i relay module without any programming!

There are two ways to control Web-i relay module with N-Button Lite/Pro.

One way is to create a Customized button to send data list with TCP/IP connection. The web-i module will be list automatically in N-Button Lite/Pro.

web-i connection setting

Add a Customized button to send data list.

 Set to Send Data List

The Send Data List can be created with our Comm Operator software.

Create Send Data List with Comm Operator

Another way to control web-i module is to create a Customized button to send a HTTP request.

There is no connection needed, you can choose “Other” device and select “None” connection. 

Connection Setting

Here is the command format for HTTP request to control Web-i relay module.

http://[webi_ip]/cgi-bin/runcommand.sh?123:cmd=[command]r1t[time]:cmd=[command]r1t[time]

webi_ip: IP address of webi module.

command: control commands for relay

time: wait for the set milliseconds before next command

Sample command:

http://10.0.0.100/cgi-bin/runcommand.sh?123:cmd=254,108,1r1t1000:cmd=254,109,1r1t2000:cmd=254,100,1r1t2000:cmd=254,101,1r1t0

It will turn on relay 1, after 1 second, turn on relay 2, after 2 seconds, turn off relay 1, after 2 seconds, turn off relay 2.

Set to Send HTTP Request

Multiple commands can be sent in one HTTP request. However, there is length limit for HTTP request. It is limited to 254 bytes, it might have a problem to control more than 8 relays in one HTTP request.

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