The Firmware Update Link allows you to update the software for operation of this web based remote power controller. You will have to download a firmware update from the firmware page at RemotePowerSwitch.com and apply the software through this link. After application of the update, you must wait one minute before you restart the RPS-ERP II unit. NOTICE: Before running the update, please make sure that the TCP port is set to 80 or the update may fail.
Controlling the RPS-ERP II Power Status by http.
The RPS-ERP II can be controlled directly by sending http commands with your user name and password embedded in the command line.
The format of the HTTP command must be :
Username : RPS-ERP II username, default username is admin
Password : RPS-ERP II password, default password is 12345678
192.168.1.100 the IP Address of RPS-ERP II
These http commands control the RPS-ERP II at IP Address 192.168.1.100, user name is admin and
password is 12345678. Note the username:password is separated by a colon.
The Above SetPower Command will:
turn on the power of outlet1 (p60),
turn on the power of outlet2 (p61),
turn on the power of outlet3 (p62),
turn off the power of outlet4 (p63).
Outlet Power 0 = off, 1 = on
When the above order is sent, the RPS-ERP II will return the following message:
To Get the Power Status of the outlets, send a GetPower Command:
<html>P60=1,P61=1,P62=1,P63=0</html> will be returned.
Even though the RPS-ERP II has only 4 active ports, the GetPower Command may return
for ports 5 through 8 for a planned future model.
If the http commands do not work, make sure your IE Browser is set to allow authenticated login and
that any other firewalls or security software allows posting of the username:password on the
http address line. If you get a 'page not found' error in IE, the username:password line is not
being interpreted correctly ( and/or your IP Address is incorrect ).
Try Mozilla/Firefox web browser if you are having problems with IE.
To Control the Power Scheduling Function (Requires Tier 2 Firmware/Software)
Schedule Control: You can use Http commands to have the RPS-ERP II perform a specific task
at the specified time.
The format of the commandline is:
IP Address (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX): 192.168.1.10 (IP Address of the device)
Username: admin (Username of the device)
Password: 12345678 (Password of the device)
Power Port Control parameter is designated as 1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B.
A to power the port. B to power OFF the port. Number indicate the port number.
YY=****+MM=**+DD=**+HH=**+MN=**+SS=* : Time parameter
YY : year (20YY) , 01 = 2001
MM : month (0 1-12)
DD : date (01-31)
HH : hour (24 hours: 0- 23)
MN : minute (1-60)
SS : second (1-60)
PARAM=* : Time schedule parameter
128: Only ONCE
31: MONDAY to FRIDAY
96: SATURDAY & SUNDAY
ONOFF=*: Power Control parameter
0 = Power ON
1 = Power OFF
In the commandline above the RPS-ERP-II IP address is 192.168.1.0,
user name is admin and password is 12345678.
This will power on outlet one (p60) on 2006/2/16 06:02.