Web Based AC Power Control

The Juice Goose iP Series products are web (IP) based power management devices that can be accessed via local, intranet or Internet communications.

They are designed to interface with a broad range of control systems, whether developed by commercial systems companies or stand alone systems developed by or for end users.

The iP Series on board web server provides a graphic user interface ("GUI") to allow network and user setup as well as  control and monitoring functions activate AC outlets and display current on each power Pod on a particular iP model. Click here for more information about the GUI functions.

iP Series models will also respond to text commands over RS232 (rack mounted model only) or using TCP/IP or UDP protocol. Detailed information about communicating with the iP Series products is available on this web site and in the Users Manual for each model.



QSC developed a control plugin that enables native integration of Juice Goose iP Series web-based power management devices into the Q-SYS Ecosystem. In addition to allowing Q-SYS users to configure and monitor their iP Series devices within the Q-SYS environment, the plugin enables users to quickly add power sequencing and control functionality to Q-SYS user control interfaces (UCI) without any programming required.

The plugin is available to download with Q-SYS Designer Asset Manager, a web-based repository accessible through Q-SYS Designer Software.


In March 2016, Crestron released a completed module for control and true feedback of the iP Series products via TCP/IP. That module is available on the Crestron web site at

Crestron documentation is named and sometimes refers specifically to the Juice Goose model, iP1520. In fact, that module applies to Juice Goose models, iP1520, iP1515, iP1 and iP PD1-4. The Crestron module setup process allows selection of the number of power PODs that relate to the specific iP Series model being used.

Helpful documentation includes: Juice Goose Help.pdf and Juice Goose iP Series Crestron Setup and Operation 3-16.pdf.

For technical support related specifically to Juice Goose iP Series products, email info@juicegoose.com or call 713-772-1404. Please contact Crestron for information related to their control modules or any other related matters.


Extron created in August 2018 a link between their IP Link Pro Control Processors and the iP 1520. That link should also be viable for the iP 1515 and the RX versions of those two products. Click for summary information about that interface.


In 2017, Symetrix, Inc. released its Control Server platform as well as an update to its Composer v5.6, open architecture design software. This latest version of Composer v5.6, includes Juice Goose Super-modules to control Juice Goose iP Series power sequencing and control devices. These Super-modules, which feature Symetrix’ custom graphic user interface, provide simultaneous user control of each individual pod, enabling the user to individually or sequentially power the pods up and down. Click here to download details for this application.


Juice Goose developed an SNMP enabled subset of the iP Series products. Those models can be addressed with SNMP or RS232 protocol but lack some of the features of the standard iP Series models.
For additional information, click here.

Feature Summary

  • iP 1515 is a rack mounted product with a fifteen amp capacity and provides AC line conditioning and surge protection. It has three PODs
  • iP 1520 has the same features as the iP-1515 with a twenty amp capacity
  • iP 1520-RX includes Juice Goose RX Series surge protection and line filtration
  • iP 50 is housed in a slim line chassis (1.75"H x 9.0"W x 9.5"D) and features replaceable surge protection
  • iP 50-RX is housed in a slim line chassis and features Juice Goose RX Series surge protection and line filtration
  • iP PD1-4 has four separate twenty amp circuits for a total of eighty amps Each circuit can be controlled and monitored individually

All six units offer high quality design and construction as well as the most important features needed for convenient, web based remote control.