Neets Control - TanGo
Neets Control – TanGo is a powerful control system enabling intuitive touch control through touch panels or standard browsers.
For easy installation, the TanGo comes with PoE IN and PoE OUT to avoid need for external PSU for both the control system and an external device such as a touch panel.
Go to Test the TanGo
3 Bi-directional RS-232 port or IR ports
Used for controlling projectors, displays, amplifiers & other AV devices with feedback functionality
2 Uni-directional RS-232 or IR ports
Used for sending commands to projectors or other AV devices using serial or infrared communication
8 General Purpose I/O ports
Used for input/output control of relays, switches and sensors
4 Built-in low-voltage relays
Used for controlling external devices as electrical screens
Used for controlling 10 LAN and 8 Neets extension devices connection to Central Control and Project Designer as well as access to graphical user interface
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
PoE IN for power of the TanGo and PoE OUT for power of an external device such as touch panel
Email notifications and warnings
Email notification on lamp/filter hours and warnings
1 front USB port
Used for easy system configuration, uploading and downloading project files
Built-in Infrared Learner
IR learner built into the front for easy IR code learning
Can be mounted in trunking systems hidden from sight, or in the 1U Neets Rack Shelf
Ports: 3 x bidirectional and 2 x unidirectional
Baud rate 1200 – 115200 bit/sec
Data bits 7, 8
Parity Even, Odd, None
Stop bits 1, 2
IR frequency 400 Hz to 500 KHz
Connector 3 pin screw block
IR Learn frequency 1 KHz to 150 KHz
Input / Output:
Ports 8 x I/O
Input trigger low < 1VDC
Input trigger high > 4VDC
Output type Open drain
Isolated output No
Max voltage load 24 VDC
Max current 0.5 A
Connector 4 pin screw block
Relay Output :
Voltage max 30 VDC
Current max 0.5 A
Connector 2 pin screw block
Speed 10 / 100 Mbit
Duplex modes Half or Full
DHCP Default off
Default IP 192.168.254.252
Default gateway 192.168.1.1
Default subnet mask 255.255.255.0
Compliance 802.3af / 802.3at
802.3af PD mode A + B
Max power output 12 W @ 15 W input
PSE output mode Mode B (pin 4/5+7/8)
PoE Injector (included):
Input voltage 100 VAC – 240 VAC
Line frequency 50 Hz – 60 Hz
Max power usage Max 27 W
Connector Cable with connector matching country of Sale
Width: 218 mm
Height: 37 mm
Depth: 70 mm
Width: 8,58 inches
Height: 2,76 inches
Depth: 1,46 inches
Weight: 0.5 kg.
Shipping weight: 1.0 kg.
Shipping dimension: 282 mm / 188 mm /
(W/D/H) 55 mm
Storage temperature -20 °C to 50 °C
Storage moisture Non-condensing
Operation temperature 0 °C to 30 °C
Operation moisture Non-condensing
FCC Part 15, Class A
Q: What can I use the relays for ?
A: you can use the relays as dry contacts to interface with other external equipment like electrical screens, lifts or curtains
Q: Which type of screens can I control with the relays?
A: You can control screens that use low voltage and needs a dry contact.
The rating are:
Voltage max 30 VDC
Current max 0.5 A
Q: What type of connection does the relays offer?
A: Relays on the TanGo are normally open (NO).
Q: Which PoE standards are the TanGo working with?
A: PoE standard 802.3af / 802.3at.
Specification details are found in the manual.
Q: What can the PoE output be used for?
A: It can power PoE equipment, like a touch panel, that complies to 802.3at+af standard.
Q: How much power can the TanGo supply on PoE Out?
A: Using a power supply that complies with 802.3af standard
it is possible to get 15.4 Watt out of the TanGo PoE Out port.
Maximum power when using the supplied power supply 12 W.
Q: How many NEB's can you add to the TanGo ?
A: Add up to 5 NEB units via the NEB connector.
Max 4 x NEB Keyboard
Max 2 x NEB Level control
Max 1 x Expansion board
Remember that the extender is built in to the TanGo, so it only needs an NEB Extender in the other end of the cable.
Q: Can I learn IR commands with the TanGo.
A: Yes, on the front of the TanGo between the PoE an the On LED.
Use our software Neets Device Editor to learn the codes for a device driver.
Q: Why are the PoE LED flashing slowly on the front of the TanGo ?
A: Because there is no PoE device connected.
Q: How should I connect the TanGo and a Touch Device in a standard configuration?
A: Connect the LAN connector of the PoE supply to your network and the PoE connector to the TanGo, which then feeds the connected touch display through the PoE Out on the TanGo.
Q: Can I expand the TanGo to control more devices with RS232, LAN or I/O's
A: Yes, you can connect up to 8 Neets extension devices on LAN, like Neets Control Systems, Neets Relays and Neets Audio Amplifiers, they all offer additional serial, LAN and I/O ports to control more devices. Or simply add the NEB Port expansion!
Q: How can I mount the TanGo?
A: It fits in the Neets Rack Shelf or mount on a plane surface with the screws and plugs it comes with in the box!
Q: Can I connect 2 LAN unit to the TanGo without the usage of an extra LAN switch?
A: Yes you can. The TanGo has a 2 port build-in LAN switch, here you can add 2 LAN unit. See illustration below.