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Two-channel remote and monitor
This two-channel, Web-based remote control can take 10-bit analog readings and also provides two optically isolated status inputs, six relay outputs (latching or momentary), a stereo silence sensor and an onboard temperature sensor. Two of the relays are DPDT and can be used for remote switching of balanced audio. An affordable price point makes it a viable option for stations on a budget. It's also ideal for applications requiring a handy way to Web-control six relays or for use as a back-up controller for a main remote control. Further, it can be used as a stand-alone, four-channel audio/silence monitor.
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