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  WebIO Version 4 - Web Server

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Wireless Sensors and Remotes

Powerline Modules

WebIO Web Server

WebIO built in micro Web Server

WebIO contains a embedded web server, much like a home network router but acting a Internet/network router/gateway for your own wireless sensor and powerline control network. The built in web site in WebIO is the Internet interface to your home or office network.

WebIO versions 4 had an all new web page interface designed for faster load times and better layout for the small screens of Cell phones and smartphones.

WebIO v4 web interface includes:
  • Control devices - Easy on/off control or your X10 devices
  • X10 code - advanced control of X10
  • Sensors - Wireless sensors summary, current state and date/time history of sensor states
  • Sensor admin - for registering sensors
  • Automation - configuration of sensor events triggering X10 devices or relays
  • Expansion port - control of 4 relays and states of 4 inputs of expansion board
  • Admin - IP address, passcode and date time
  • Edit Labels - assign names to X10 devices and sensors

WebIO web page interface
  Wireless Sensors - Web Page

Wireless Sensors Web Page

The WebIO Sensors web page is where you will find a list of your wireless sensors (up to 8 sensors) along with the sensors current state of Alert/Normal, On/Off or Lock/Unlock depending on sensor type. Each sensor reading is also date/time stamped.
WebIO saves a sensor state history for each of 8 sensors. The Sensors Page, also displays the sensor activity history of the currently selected sensor. The activity list shows the last 6 sensor readings that have changed states comparied to the state before the previous state. This allows the list to span a longer period of time without saving every "heartbeat" state. Some sensors periodically transmit a "hearbeat" message with its current state to show that the sensor is still operating. Only the most current "heartbeat" message is stored in the sensor history to save on memory space.

Each wireless sensor message received by WebIO is also transmitted on the TCP/IP Ethernet network to the WebIO notification and automation PC software and/or the KE-iHome Internet portal web service where every sensor reading is stored and analyzed for more advanced automation options and email or text message notification.