AJAX Alarm System Review: Ajax Relay & Ajax WallSwitch Review

Ajax Relay and Ajax Wall Switch: what’s the difference? We’re going to review these, disclose what are they intended for and give you the most frequently repetitive use scenarios. Anyways, all that listed answer a questions: What are the Ajax Relay and WallSwitch? and How do I use it? So after you will learn that – you are ready to go to our Pipl Systems Store to get it officially along with a worldwide delivery and a special offer if you will specify you’re subscribed to us.


Specification & Intend

Relay and WallSwitch come from an automation segment along with the Ajax Socket. Regarding the Relay and WallSwitch – basically these are an appliance remote on and off toggles, but they do that a bit differently. The whole thing here is about adding a Relay or WallSwitch to an electrical circuit, where you have some external power source, which can be a power supply unit or a socket, and you need a device itself, like a wired security camera. Or something more down to earth – a TV, refrigerator, computer, gaming console and et cetera. After adding a Relay or a WallSwitch to a chain, you’re are able to switch a connected devices on and off remotely via the in-app toggle. And that’s the whole point – a remote easy to use from a phone on and off switch.


Ajax Relay & Ajax WallSwitch: Differences

The real difference between a WallSwitch and a Relay lies in 2 factors: the supported voltage, and a position in chain, the application place. Ajax Dry Contact Relay supports an appliances that operate under 7 to 36 volts DC and it has 2 operating modes – the bi-stable, a regular one, and a pulse one. The peculiarity of a pulse mode is that it’s able to send the short-term pulses for things like electromagnetic locks. The Ajax WallSwitch supports devices, powered from a 110 to 230V AC.  That was the first point, and the second is the appliance place. Thus, an Ajax WallSwitch is being installed behind a wall outlet and thus it is able to affect that wall outlet work remotely, that you can access from the app. That is different for the Ajax Relay – according to this scheme, Ajax Relay is being put in the chain between a power source and the appliance, but the main principle is the same:

In the end we have that a WallSwitch is connected directly, placed behind your wall outlet, and is able to take and give from a 110 to 230V AC – thus you can remotely switch on and off your entire wall outlet. In the case with a Relay, we take a power supply unit from 7 to 36V DC getting a device that powers on from that voltage and putting an Ajax Relay between them in a circuit.


Connection and Demonstration

 

 


Conclusion

Ajax Relay and Ajax WallSwitch are the devices from an automation segment with a one and only intend – to let you on/off your connected appliances remotely from the phone app. But they do that a bit different, and the difference lies in a supported voltage and the application place. That’s all About Ajax Systems – it’s the wireless system with the remote control, so these Relay and WallSwitch fit perfectly in this concept. Get the one you need officially on the Pipl Systems Store Website along with a worldwide delivery for you, and specify you are subscriber to get a special offer.

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