You've reached this page because you were looking for the
Easi-8 remote control, formerly made by Wit, Inc. The Easi-8 has been out
of production since 2009 when the company making the product closed its
doors. The support website has been inactive since 2010. For Easi-8 users
seeking instructions on using the Easi-8, you can download
the instruction manual here
do not sell, service or support the Easi-8, nor do we have parts for it.
The technical manual is here as a convenience to Easi-8 users, but we
have no association with the former Wit, Inc
or the defunct Easi-8
If you're looking for a new
remote control with Internet and telephone support, you may want to
consider the CircuitWerkes Sicon-8.
For a simple Internet only remote control, we also offer the SiteSentry2.
A special lite version of the
main page is also available for mobile (PDA) based browsing. The PDA
page gives you all of the basic metering, control and alarm handling in
a simplified and compact format.
CircuitWerkes Sicon-8, Recordable, Talking Remote
(with Internet Web Server & Setup/Control
| Affordable power for
Sicon-8 is a modestly-priced, but
full-featured dial-up remote control
with speech capability. Based on voice
recording technology, the Sicon-8 can
speak in your staff's language because
you record your own messages.
The Sicon-8 was designed to be a
complete solution for facilities with
basic to moderate control requirements.
All of the I/O, including 8 channels of
relays, are included on the main board
so there is no need to buy anything else
to use the product. All metering, status
and control connections are on
depluggable screw terminals. An expander
chassis, the SX-8, adds eight channels
of metering, status & control to an
existing Sicon-8. Up to three SX-8s may
be added to a Sicon-8 for a maximum of
Designed to be controlled from the
onboard Ethernet interface, any dial-up
telephone, an auto-answer cell phone or
its serial port, the Sicon-8 gives you
the control options that you need. The
onboard Web server gives access to all
of the Sicon-8's metering, Status &
basic control functions & supports
several simultaneous users with 4
different access levels. The Web server
requires no software other than
a Java capable Web browser to operate
and works on multiple operating systems
and browsers. The dial-up control is
based on proprietary voice recording
technology that lets you record your own
messages, in any language, and is
smoother sounding than most other voice
Choosing the right remote control for
your operation is a big decision. The
wrong choice can be expensive in many
ways. We've created a downloadable
comparison template that you can use to
compare our Sicon-8 to other brands. The PDF can be
A detailed PDF datasheet for the Sicon-8 can
be downloaded here.
| You've been
asking for years!
Now there is a new remote control
designed to fit your needs AND
|| Speaks every
language in the world because
you record your own messages.
|| Dial-up, site
controller with balanced audio
pass through and 8 channels of
metering, status and control.
Has up to 5 alarms per channel.
8-channel expansion module gives
you up to 32 total channels.
|| All connections
are on depluggable screw
terminals right on the main
chassis. No additional panels
are needed for operation.
|| Free Windows
interface program with
multi-site capability lets you
setup or monitor/log the Sicon-8
(but is not required for
|| Basic time of
day/date automation (event
scheduler) functions are
Server/Ethernet interface lets
you control the Sicon-8 over
your network or the Internet.
controlling via Webserver, the
applet or Sicontroller software
alerts you if the network fails
& tries to auto-reconnect.
simultaneous users from
telephone, Web & serial /
USB. All control & metering
functions are available to
everyone. The Webserver also
supports up to 10 simultaneous
users by itself.
|| Cell phone
audio interface lets you use the
Sicon-8 with any auto-answer
wireless phone. Great for sites
with no phone service!
|| Front panel
programming port lets you
program the Sicon-8 without a
or telephone line.
interface, voice codec,
Webserver & all
relays are on easily replaced
heavy 5 Amp, SPDT relays on
channels 1-6 for maximum
|| 1 Amp,
DPDT relays on channels 7 &
8 can be programmed for latching
for English (Spanish on request)
& is easily re-recorded.
here to get the manual (PDF)
Below: The Sicontroller remote interface software (main
Click here or on the picture of
the software for more info about the FREE software
interface for the Sicon-8
The Sicon-8 software can
connect to your Sicon-8 via serial port, Web server or
modem. Multi-site capability lets you monitor multiple
sites from a central location. Software also makes setup a
snap, but the Sicon-8 is fully functional even without the
Sicon-8's Onboard Web-server:
The onboard Web server duplicates much of the
Sicontroller software's control functions and runs
on any Java capable browser.
As shown below, the Web server is designed to be
uncomplicated and will run on multiple platforms
and browsers, provided that they are Java capable.
It even works on the iPhone's Safari browser.
Meters are updated aproximately every two seconds
and the Web server shows the current meter values,
channel status and alarms.
Sicon-8's Web server allows for 4 different access
Reader - Can not operate any controls. All
controls are hidden from readers.
Controller - Can operate any control on the main
page but cannot perform or access any setup
Administrator - Has access to all functions,
except top level password changes.
Super-Administrator - Similar to the
administrator, the Super-Admin is the only one
that can change their own password. This user
level is designed to protect owners from being
locked out of the Sicon-8.
presented represents the best available at the time of publication.
The Sicon-8 specifications or features may change without notice.