Control of electrical devices by web

Lantick PE-2-2 has 2 relay outputs and 2 opto-isolated inputs (wet contact). Inputs and ouputs status is available via LAN / WAN with supported protocols (shown below). The device has built-in website. The main tab shows status of inputs / outputs, assigned name and indicator allowing to output control.

Additionally, there is a visualization tab. The user can design his own graphics. Icons of inputs and outputs can be moved around the whole graphics. The selected output can be activated by clicking on the appropriate icon.

The Lantick series can transmit input status and react autonomously. M2M communication is available.



Technical data

Configuration waybuilt-in web server
Supply voltage10-24VDC
Power1,5 W
Type of inputsNO
Input voltage10-24VDC
The maximum output frequency1000Hz
The maximum value of the counter4 294 967 296
Type of outputsrelay
Maximum operating voltage output250VAC or 30VDC
Maximum load current2A per channel
Derived relay contactsNO-COM-NC
Output work modeastable, bistable, timebased, shutter
On / off resolution time100 ms
InterfaceRJ45 (10BASE-T)
Supported protocolsHTTP, TCP, SNMP, modbus TCP,
Working temperature5 to 50°C
Storage temperature-10 to 85°C

Supported protocols

The inputs status and outputs control are available through:

  • internet browser,
  • Linux OS command line,
  • Modbus TCP protocol,
  • SNMP protocol,
  • HTTP (GET) protocol,
  • KNX-IP protocol,
  • smartphone/tablet with Android.

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, activating output 2 (e.g. fan). Devices with digital inputs or alarm states can send data, while devices with outputs can respond to received data.

Lantick 2-2 can both receive and 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 protocol

  • 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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