Fargo is a bare board unit with up to 8 low voltage relay outputs, 4 optically isolated digital inputs that can display state, frequency, period or as a counter, 4 analog inputs allows Fargo to read the value of external equipment.
We are now offering G2 version of Fargo. Compared with the first generation, the G2 board has the same design, with improved circuits, added battery backed RTC, new SSL encoder, more schedules.
Fargo has been widely used in such applications as lights, security, access control, industrial equipment, building automation, farm automation, HVAC, bells and many more.
If you want a housed unit with a DIN rail mountable enclosure up to 4 relay outputs, 2 digital inputs, you can pick from KODA family. Also, you can check our product technical specifications to select the right one for your projects!
Fargo R8 is a web controlled relay board with real time remote control capability, email alerts of various user selectable events. It is built on TCP/IP platform with a built in web server which allows you to access, control switches remotely together with 8 relay output, control up to 8 different devices at the same time over the Internet accurately and easily from anywhere.
Fargo R4DI is a TCP/IP web enabled remote relay control & monitoring I/O board with a built in web server. It has 4 relay outputs, 4 optically isolated digital. The digital input data can be used to calculate a range of results such as state, counter, frequency and period. With Fargo R4DI , you can remote control/monitor up to 4 different devices at the same time over the Internet. With POE (Power over Ethernet) enabled, Fargo R4DI is easy to install and connects through your Ethernet connection without the need for additional power.
Fargo R4ADI is a TCP/IP web enabled relay control & monitoring I/O board with a built in web server. It has 4 relay outputs, 4 optically isolated digital inputs that can display state, frequency, period or as a counter. Additional Fargo R4ADI has 4 analog value inputs, 2 of the analog inputs are specifically designed for interfacing to current sensors allowing current monitoring of external equipment. It’s POE enabled.