Antani I/O Board


  • 8 relays up to 277VAC @ 10A
  • 8 digital inputs
  • board based on pic18f2685
  • fully programmable
  • IP connectivity



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Product Description

With a powerfull yet simple firmware and a cheap price, Antani make DIY home automation accessible by anyone. Ideal for a wide range of uses, it's the right choice for everyday little automations

Easy to configure thanks to the web based admin interface, easy to use thanks to the Web based APIs.

Antani is the board for who need to rapid build simple automation systems DIY in a cheap way. The board can operate in stand-alone mode in a complex network, no needs to program anything, it’s ready to use out-of-the-box.

WARNING! Antani is for DIY usage or as a developement board. The standard firmware doesn’t NOT provide a bootloader, so, it can’t be upgraded without specific knoweledge of PIC18 MCU programming and with an hardware programmer for ICSP headers.

 Hardware Features:

  • Microchip pic18f2685 MCU with ENC28j60 ethernet PHY/MAC
  • external SPI EEPROM 64kBytes for configurations and web pages
  • 8 relay outputs up to 277VAC  10A
  • 8 opto-isolated digital inputs up to 50 meters distance, 3 of them driveable by interrupts
  • power connector suitable for 7 to 24VDC (suggested: 12V) 
  • 10 megabit ethernet port with rj45 connector
  • ICSP Header for programming
  • 1 reset microswith on board, programmable by user
  • 3 signalation leds, 2 for ethernet and one for MCU/storage, all of them are programmable by user
  • CE and ROHS

The board is furbished with mechanics connectors for a rapid wiring, with or without standard 9 unit DIN box.


Antani comes with different firmwares depending on what you need from it, or you can build your own custom firmware using standard Microchip tools and libraries.

If you need to use Antani in a domotika Internet Of Things network, is highly suggested to use it with our most powerfull and complete firmware “relaymaster”, the one used by us for home automation.

If your goal is to intergrate Antani in a common HTTP based internet of things network, you can use the freely available and open source HWSW firmware, based on Microchip TCP/IP Stack.

Last but not least, if you need to build your own firmware, you can start by looking at standard Microchip pic libraries and tools, or write one by your own from scratch easily as the hardware mapping is documented on our wiki.

To be used in a “Domotika” system you will need to buy the “relaymaster” firmware version. With the standard “HWSW” it doesn’t support our protocol and can be only used stand-alone or with a self-made http-based software. Unixmedia DOES NOT offer support on the HWSW firmware except for the basic free one with no insurances.


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