Smart digital inputs module via LAN

Lantick PE-0-16 is a smart module of 16 opto-isolated dry contact and 10-24VDC wet contact inputs. Input status is available via LAN. Additionally, the inputs status change can be transmited to the server or to another module in M2M communication. The inputs are NO (normally open) type, however the software allows to change the type to NC (normally closed). In addition, the inputs can operate in pulse counting mode.


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Technical data

Power supply

  • DC: 10-24VDC (Plug-in Screw Terminal 3.5mm),
  • PoE: POE IEEE 802.3af via port 1,
  • Passive PoE: 10-24VDC via port 2,
  • Power consumption: max 2W.


  • 2 Ethernet 10/100Mbps ports, built-in switch for connecting additional LAN devices,
  • Ethernet 1 port: PoE 802.3af,
  • Ethernet 2 port: Passive PoE 10-24VDC.


  • number of inputs: 16,
  • input type: opto-isolated, dry contact or wet contact NO,
  • input voltage: 12-24VDC,
  • maximum value of the counter: 4 294 967 296,
  • maximum input frequency: 1000 Hz.

Communication protocols

Advanced software allows to communicate through:

  • built-in website,
  • KNX / IP protocol,
  • HTTP protocol,
  • Inveo Dashboard access service,
  • SNMP protocol,
  • Modbus TCP protocol,
  • Windows command line program,
  • Linux command line program.

M2M connection

Inveo devices are designed in such way that they can work with each other. For example, Nano Temp can send alarm state to Lantick 4-4 and it causes activation of output No.2 (e.g. fan). Lantick 0-16 can transmit M2M signal.

Each device input can respond to 4 conditions:

  • On – a function that detect voltage at each rising edge,
  • Off – a function that detect voltage falling edge (input signal must last less than 0.5sec),
  • Hold on – a function that detect high input voltage (input signal must last longer than 0.5sec),
  • Hold off – a function that detect voltage falling edge (input signal must last longer than 0.5sec).

M2M feature support protocols:

  • KNX,
  • TCP protocol,
  • UDP protocol,

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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