This microprocessor controlled DTMF decoder fits the bill for multiple applications. Remote control almost any device with the built-in relay circuitry. The DCI series units continually monitor your phone line (or just about any other DTMF audio source) and look for the proper user programmed security code. Once it is heard, the user may select which of the trigger relays to turn on or off. Feedback tones from the DCI are then sent back over the line to confirm your selection. No more wondering if your commands are carried out as is commonly found with other similar devices! Now you can call home and, when your answering machine picks up, control lights, security systems, or just about any number of other custom applications! The case measures 5"W x 5 1/4"D x 1 1/2"H. The DCI1 is a slim line unit with four 5 Amp (1250VA AC/150W DC) relay outputs, each with its own sure grip screw terminal. Requires 9-18VDC at 300 mA. Our standard AC125 110VAC power adapter is available. The matching case & knob set makes your kit look professional and attractive in any setting.
The DCI120 is an all-inclusive unit designed specifically for switched 110VAC use. Built inside a standard double duplex utility box, the unit simply plugs into your 110VAC outlet and your RJ11 phone jack, and provides two separate switched AC circuits on the front cover! It really doesn’t get any easier than that!
The DCI120 is the quick answer to remotely turning on a couple lights in your house from any remote phone! Like the DCI1, user configurable security codes are used to provide access security. Once connected you simply enter your access code, and turn either circuit on or off. Positive confirmation feedback is sent back to the remote caller.
Maximum switched current at 110VAC is 5A, so this is not intended for heavy inductive loads. Includes a standard three wire power cord, and telco line cord with a modular RJ11. Fused for 5A@110-VAC. Note: DTMF controller interfaces do not answer or seize control of your phone line or other audio source. An answering machine or similar device is needed to retain control on a phone line, while the DCI simply “listens” to the line.