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LanTick Pro PE-1-0

Miniature  output NO module

Controlling devices via the Internet –  LanTick Pro PE-1-0

Miniature module has one relay output NO, by means of which it is possible to control devices via the LAN

Controlling devices via the Internet

LanTick Pro PE-1-0

Reading and changing the status of the output is carried out by

  • any web browser
  • dedicated program running under Windows XP or later
  • Linux command line program
  • MODBUS TCP
  • SNMP
  • HTTP (GET)
  • smartphone / tablet with Android
  • KNX-IP

The module has a 2-level authorization (Administrator and User).

As in other versions of LanTicks Pro there is available visualization of the output on user own graphics that will change due to the activation of the output.

Technnical data LanTick Pro PE-1-0

Conffiguration waybuilt-in web server
Number of outputs1
Type of outputsrelay
supply voltage12-24VDC
InterfaceRJ45 (10BASE-T)
Supported protocolsHTTP, TCP, SNMP, MODBUS TCP,
Wymiary
Working temperature5 – 50 °C
Storage temperature-10 to 85 °C
Humidity5-95%

One Wire Explorer

OW Explorer – measurement of temperature, humidity, pressure

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The device OW Explorer is used to collect and manage data from sensors attached to the 1-Wire bus and  measure physical quantities such as temperature, humidity, pressure. The data can be shared to other devices via RS485 (Modbus RTU) or LAN (Modbus TCP, SNMP, HTTP). For each sensorcan be assign a minimum and maximum value, above which  it sents Syslog, e-mail or SNMP Trap notification.

The device is contained in a metal housing designed for 1U Rack Servers and telecommunication.

The device is powered by 12V DC. Optionally by Ethernet POE IEEE 802.3af 48V

Supported network protocols:

  • SNMP (+Trap)

  • MODBUS TCP

  • MODBUS RTU available on 2 independent ports RS485

  • HTTP/HTTPS

  • E-mail SMTP (to send notifications)

  • Syslog

  • Any frame TCP or UDP

  • sending KNX-IP (routing mode)

  • sending HTTP GET requests

OW Explorer has a built-in clock RTC with battery backup and synchronization SNTP.

1-Wire bus has 3 independent ports (1 screw connection, 2 RJ12 connectors), so that failure of one (eg. short circuit) does not affect operation of the others.

OW Explorer has the ability to send control frames to other devices using TCP / IP, UDP, KNX and HTTP GET requests.

Examples of control frames:

Name

Protocol

Address

Port

Data

Description

pwron

TCP

192.168.111.15

9761

\x00\x01\x02\x03

test1

UDP

192.168.111.23

1000

\x12abcdefgh

zamek

GET

192.168.111.24

80

/stat.php?inv=1 YWRtaW46YWRtaW4wMA==

*

lampa

KNX

2/1/2

\x01

Point – any user name (this is also the name that can be entered in the configuration of events as Execute Point).

Protocol – the protocol used to send the frame (UDP, TCP, GET, KNX)

Adres – a destination address

Port – port to sent the frame

Dane – data to send

*If the  call HTTP GET needs authorization, the user name and password [user: pass] should be encoded in Base64 format, and place after a space of the call.

In the example coded admin:admin00 to YWRtaW46YWRtaW4wMA==

If the event should make a few points Points, it  can be define in a macro format:

Name CALL point1,point2,…

ex: send CALL pwron,test1

Calling a point send execute points pwron and test 1

The module is sold with

  • LAN cable 1m

  • fixing for 19 “rack with screws

  • CD with user manual

  • temperature sensor with cable 1m

Optional accessories:

  • SENS-DS -temperature sensor in glize with cable 1m

  • SENS-RACK-HUM – temperature and humidity sensor for mounting with straps

  • SENS-RACK-TEMP -a temperature sensor for mounting with straps

LanTick PE-8-0

Lantick PE-8-0 alows to control of devices by web. The module has 8 relay outputs

Control of devices by web

Lantick PE-8-0 control of devices by web

Lantick PE-8-0 control of devices by web

Lantick PE-8-0 alows to control of devices by web. The module has 8 relay outputs

Normally visualization of outputs state is available to prepare on your own graphics. In addition, the module allows you to change the displayed graphic by activating the selected output.

Reading and changing the status of the outputs is possible by:

  • internet browser
  • dedicated program running under Windows XP or late
  • Linux OS command line
  • MODBUS TCP protocol
  • SNMP protocol
  • HTTP (GET) protocol
  • smartphone/tablet with Android
  • KNX-IP

The device has a 2-level authorization (Administrator and User).

The following is a view of the main screen where you can see the number of the relay, the assigned name, the changing state and the indicator showing the current state.

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The device allows you to load the graphics on the web browser where are arranged controls used to read and change the state of the assigned output.

Lantick PE-8-0 control of devices by web

Example of relays configuration:

channel

Technnical data LanTick PE-8-0

Conffiguration waybuilt-in web server
Number of outputs8
Type of outputsrelay
supply voltage12-24VDC
InterfaceRJ45 (10BASE-T)
Supported protocolsHTTP, TCP, SNMP, MODBUS TCP,
Wymiary
Working temperature5 – 50 °C
Storage temperature-10 to 85 °C
Humidity5-95%

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LanTick PE-4-4

Control of electrical devices by web

Control of electrical devices by web

Lantick PE-4-4 control of electrical devices by web

LanTick PE-4-4 alows to control of electrical devices by web. Module  possess 4 opto-isolated inputs and 4 relay outputs. Using the module relays can be controlled via LAN / WAN.

Normally visualization of outputs state is available to prepare on your own graphics. In addition, the module allows you to change the displayed graphic by activating the selected output.

Reading and changing the status of the inputs is possible by

  • internet browser
  • dedicated program running under Windows XP or late
  • Linux OS command line
  • MODBUS TCP protocol
  • SNMP protocol
  • HTTP (GET) protocol
  • KNX-IP protocol
  • smartphone/tablet with Android

The device has a 2-level authorization (Administrator and User).

The following is a view of the main screen where you can see the number of the relay, the assigned name, the changing state and the indicator showing the current state.

 

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Technical Data LanTick PE-4-4

Configuration waybuilt-in web server
Number of inputs4
Type of inputsoptoinsulated
Number of outputs4
Type of outputsrelay
Supply voltage12-24VDC
InterfaceRJ45 (10BASE-T)
Supported protocolsHTTP, TCP, SNMP, MODBUS TCP,
Work temperature5 – 50 °C
Storage temperature-10 to 85 °C
Humidity5-95%

In the “Download” there  is available LanTick Data Logger application which enables monitoring, stored in a CSV format and send via e-mail inputs and outputs states

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Cronos

Digital astronomical clock

 

Digital astronomical clock

Astronomical Clock operated by LAN.

Digital astronomical clock CRONOS is designed to control electrical circuits. The user can program multiple enable/disable cycles depending on requirements.

Enabling and disabling the circuits may be associated with sunrise, sunset or programmed to any time of a day. Current time is set automatically after filling in geographical coordinates(Latitude, Longitude).

Enable/disable times are entered into the device using “crontab” table format commonly used in Linux systems. This table format allows almost unlimited possibilities to configure time interval settings. Extension in relation to the crontab is a built-in astronomical clock calculating the hours of twighlight (civil, nautical, astronomical). It is possible to execute the programmed commands before or after the event (ie. 1 hour before sunrise, 5 minuts after sunset).

Built-in clock has the ability to automatically synchronize time with Internet Server (SNTP) and supports daylight saving time (summer and winter time).

In any case control of channels can also be carried out by the LAN.

Switching table can be entered in several ways:

  • by the built-in web editor,
  • by keyboard and display
  • by the file on a USB flash drive.

Besides built-in relays, Cronos can also control other devices through the LAN. Supported protocols are as follows :.

  • TCP
  • UDP
  • UDP Multicast
  • HTTP GET request (the ability to control for example Lantick)
  • KNX-IP in routing mode

The user defines what data will be sent by the protocol and gives the frame a name. This name is then entered as a command in the crontab table. When event associated with this name is triggered the Cronos will sends the frame over selected protocol.

Web panel is protected by administrator password and user password. The device keyboard can also be locked to prevent unauthorized access. Unlocking is also possible by inserting a memory stick with a file cronos.key which contains the same password as entered in www panel.

The device is equipped with an LCD display which displays following values:

  • the current date and time
  • time of sunrise based on geographical location
  • time of sunset based on geographical location
  • current status of the relay output
  • keypad lock status

Cronos has the function of activity simulation, which means that in case of the power failure and after some time when the power is back, the state of the relays will be preserved like there was no break.

All of the Cronos parameters can be modified using front panel buttons.

The current configuration can be saved as a file on a memory stick.

Cronos is produced in two versions of power supply: 12-24V DC or 230VAC.

The device enclosure is DIN rail mountable.

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