Nano Relay Output PoE – remote relay control via LAN

Nano Relay Output PoE

The Nano Relay Output module is designed for remote control of one relay output via Lan. The module is equipped with modern PoE power supply compliant with IEEE 802.3af. and a 7 segment LED display in red,  which shows the current status of the output.


Communication with the device is possible using a number of protocols:

  • HTTP get protocol
  • Modbus TCP protocol
  • SNMP protocol
  • MQTT Inveo protocol

and through:

  • embedded web server, using a standard web browser (preferred browsers are: MOZILLA FIREFOX, OPERA, CHROME),
  • Windows / Linux command line programs.
  • own application via TCP protocol (shared protocol)


Nano series modules, both in the previous and in the new version, thanks to the M2M communication capabilities between them as well as with the Lantick series modules, allow you to create a remote control or notification track.

Technical data

Supported protocols

  • HTTP (Get)
  • SNMP (Trap)
  • Modbus TCP
  • TCP (shared protocol)
  • MQTT Inveo


  • PoE IEEE 802 3af  or 12-24VDC
  • Power consumption: 1,5W


  • Maximum working voltage: 30VDC
  • Maximum load current : 1A
  • NO output (normally open)
  • Switching time: 10ms
  • Switching time: 10ms


  • LAN – LAN connection and PoE IEEE 802.3af power supply
  • RESET – button intended for inclusion in the DHCP module, checking the current IP address and restoring the module to the factory settings
  • RELAY OUT1 – NO relay connector
  • POWER – power connector, additional, used in the event of power failure PoE. Supply voltage 12 -24VDC


  • height: 27 mm; width: 74.6 mm; length: 50.1 mm

Channel configuration

Nano Relay Output PoE allows you to select the channel operating mode.

The relay can work in 3 modes:

  • Bistabile mode, in which the relay has a fixed position and remains switched on or off
  • Astable  or intermittent mode. The relay cyclically shortcuts and opens the contacts to the time specified by the user (Time On, Time Off)
  • TimeBased- single-trip mode. From the moment of triggering, the relay will turn on after a set time (Time Off) for a set time (Time On)

In the channel configuration, you can also set the Power on state option, i.e. the output status after power on:

  • On – after powering on the channel is active
  • Off – after switching on the power supply, the channel is inactive
  • Last – after turning on the power supply, the channel assumes the state before the shutdown

It is possible to enable the relay contact inversion option – Invert out

In the channel configuration tab there is also an option to select the format of the TCP frame – Client Mode, which will be sent to the address set (Destination IP tab Network)

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