The IO Bridge allows you to integrate an external device in various ways into your existing Smart network. The input signal of the IO Bridge can be controlled by a 0-10V input signal or any potential-free contact (switch), while the output can switch up to 5A (230V) with help of an internal relay.

The amount of inputs and outputs can be extended by placing extra IO Bridge, Digital Input Bridge or Digital Output Bridge's next to each other and configure them in such way that they are in the same Smart network.

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Placement Considerations

The IO Bridge should always be in range of your Smart network, e.g., have a good RF connection to at least one of the Smart  devices in your network. The IO Bridge has an optimized internal antenna, optionally an external antenna can be installed. The two main factors influencing the quality of the RF connection are the distance between the IO Bridge and closest Smart device, and obstacles blocking the direct line-of-sight between them. For example, a metal enclosure will result in a worse RF performance as compared to a plastic housing. 

Connections and Interfaces

Below is an overview of the IO Bridge and connector layout. After installation, make sure to configure the IO Bridge in such way it integrates with your Smart network. If you need help with configuration, please consult the IO Bridge - Configuration Manual.


Power input. Connect a suitable power supply (24V) to these terminals. This power input is reverse-polarity protected.


NO - Normally open terminal

COM - Common terminal terminal

NC - Normally closed terminal

RS485 (Only available with custom firmware)

24V- 24V output from '+' terminal

A- Negative signal

B- Positive signal

GND - Ground reference


AIN - Analog 0-10V signal. When configured as digital input, short to AGND to trigger

AGND - Analog ground reference

Status Indicator

In the top right corner of the Digital Output Bridge a status indicator is installed to indicate the current status of the Bridge. The table below shows the possible colors of this indicator with the according status message.

OFFNo power; check power supply voltage
REDInternal failure; contact Bever Innovations
GREENNormal operation
YELLOWConfiguration mode (connected to tablet/phone)


Analog Input (1-10V)

The schematic below shows how to connect an 1-10V DC power supply to the IO Bridge. Important; never exceed the 10V DC input limit of the IO Bridge. Please consult the IO Bridge - Configuration Manual on how to configure the IO Bridge Bridge for this example.