Hero series

Hero series


Communication with the module is done via a LAN. The user can read the measured data via:

  • embedded web server, using a standard web browser (preferred browsers are MOZILLA FIREFOX, OPERA, CHROME),
  • Windows / Linux command line,
  • HTTP protocol ,
  • MQTT protocol,
  • SNMP protocol ,
  • Modbus TCP protocol,
  • e-mail messages,
  • syslog commands.


The device’s main page displays the current readings from the sensors and the status of the digital outputs.

Supported sensors

Hero Sensor Web allows to set the warning and alarm parameters measured above which alerts are activated. The warning status is signaled by the yellow reading illumination of the given channel, alarm state by red. The data read from the sensors can be sequentially presented on the LED display. In addition to the upper and lower warning and alarm thresholds, the name and address can be set separately for each sensor,  also hysteresis, correction of indications, define whether data should be saved in the device’s memory, specify how often the device should send information messages.

The module can be programmed by the user to respond to exceeding the set thresholds or to transfer the current value taken from the sensors by sending an e-mail, sending a TRAP message, sending a TCP frame, sending a message to the MQTT broker, sending a message to the Syslog server. Data from the module can also be read and written using the Modbus TCP protocol.

The module supports SNTP protocol, so it gets the current time from SNTP servers. Synchronization occurs every 10 minutes.Time is used to log data from sensors in the internal memory. The data is available in the form of a time function on a graph or csv file.



Hero Web Sensor –

An advanced module designed to control teletechnical cabinets. Flooding, temperature and humidity sensors can be connected to the device. Built-in relay output and OC output and the ability to checking a digital input.


Nano Temperature Sensor

Temperature control module via Ethernet. Ability of sending alarm states to the server, to the application or to another Inveo device in order to control relay output in external device.


Nano Analog Input

Analog input available via Ethernet. The device works with: voltage sensors (0-5V, 0-10V) and current sensors (0-20mA, 4-20mA). Implemented conversion

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