Nano Out – LAN relay output module

Nano Out is used to control a single electrical circuit using a relay via LAN.

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Highlights

Technical data

Power supply

  • Passive PoE 10-24VDC,
  • Power consumption: 1,5W – 2W.

Outputs

  • Number of outputs: 1,
  • Type of the output: NO,
  • Max current: 1A @ 30VDC,
  • Engage time: 10ms,
  • Disengage time: 5ms.

Communication

  • Port LAN 1x10Mbps, RJ45.

Supported protocols

  • HTTP (GET) protocol,
  • M2M,
  • Access service Inveo Dashboard: http://dash.inveo.com.pl,
  • SNMP (Trap) protocol,
  • Modbus TCP protocol,
  • Built-in web server,
  • TCP/UDP communication protocol,
  • Smartphone / tablet with Android system.

If the MQTT Inveo service is enabled, the module sends the input status to the server every 1 minute and every input status change. You can read the input status directly on the smartphoneOnly what you need is any application the support MQTT (for Android system).

The adventage of using MQTT Inveo service is that you do not need route ports on the router. Simply connect the device to the local routerconfigure the application and that’s all. You can enjoy remote data reading.

Exam

M2M connection configuration – remote relay extension

Nano series devices (Nano InNano Out) as the modules of the Lantick series can work together to create a remote extension input -> output.

Using the M2M connection, it is possible to design a remote relay activation path (blower, fan, heater) after the input is triggered.

How it’s working: After triggering the input in the Nano Digital Input PoE module, the relay in the Nano Relay Output PoE module will switch on.

Example of direct connection (M2M) configuration between Inveo modules:

Nano Digital InputNano Relay Output
Network -> IP Address: 192.168.111.15Network -> IP Address: 192.168.111.16
Network -> IP Mask: 255.255.255.0Network -> IP Mask: 255.255.255.0
Network -> Destination IP: 192.168.111.16
Network -> Destination PORT: 9761
Administration -> Enable Destination ClientAdministration -> Enable Program Access
Channel -> Dest:1

Device configuration

At the first start-up, it is necessary to configure the device. The easiest way to configure Inveo devices is to use a Discoverer application. The program is available here. After installing and launching the application, all Inveo devices connected to the network will appear in the table. If the device has not been found, select another Interface or check the connection to the router.

If the devices have the Enable Remote Config service disabled, it is necessary to change the settings manually by changing the computer’s IP address. The precise device configuration instruction can be found in the manual.

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