LIOB-560 Module BACnet/IP

Alarming (Alarm Management)
Trending (Historic Data Logging)
Ethernet (Ethernet Switch)
Global Connection
Local Connection
Remote Access
VNC (Virtual Network Computing)
Web Server for Device Configuration
Backup / Restore
LWEB-900 Integrated Building Management System
Local Manual Operation
Mathematical Functions
Network Security
Local I/Os
BTL-Certified Product

The LIOB‑560 Modules communicate over Ethernet/IP in the BACnet/IP and BACnet/SC network. They adhere to the BACnet Building Controller Profile (B-BC) and either expose their I/O data points through BACnet server objects or actively fetch them from a BACnet server via BACnet client maps.

According to the B-BC profile, the LIOB‑560 Modules support BACnet alarming, scheduling, and trending. They are BTL tested and certified.


The LIOB‑560 I/O Modules are equipped with two Ethernet ports including a built-in Ethernet switch. This allows for building a daisy chained line topology of up to 20 devices, which reduces costs for network installation. Dual Ethernet port devices also allow the setup of a redundant Ethernet installation (ring topology), which increases reliability. The redundant Ethernet topology is enabled by the Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP), which is supported by most managed switches.

The LIOB‑560 Modules are equipped with a web interface to query the device status and display or change each data point of the module. In addition to the BACnet object interface, the I/O data points are exposed by the integrated OPC server providing TLS encrypted web services (OPC XML‑DA) or UA Secure Conversation (OPC UA). The local display can be accessed via VNC.


The LIOB‑560 Modules can be switched to LIOB‑IP mode using manual local operation. In LIOB‑IP mode, the LIOB‑560 Modules extend L‑INX Automation Servers, L‑ROC Room Controllers, and L-IOB I/ O Controllers with physical inputs and outputs via plug and play.

Local Operation and Override

All L‑IOB I/O Modules are equipped with an LCD display (128x64) with backlight and jog dial for manual local operation. Device and data point information is displayed in text form and via graphical symbols.

L‑INX I/O integration through LIOB‑IP via plug and play.

Plug and play I/O integration through LIOB‑IP. In BACnet mode, LIOB‑BIP devices communicate through BACnet/IP.


  • I/O module with physical inputs and outputs
  • Dual Ethernet/IP interface
  • BACnet objects for integration in BACnet/IP, BACnet/SC channels
  • BACnet Client Mappings to access to BACnet/IP, BACnet/SC objects
  • Manual operation using the jog dial or VNC client
  • 128x64 graphic display with backlight
  • Local access to information about device status and data points in clear text and symbols
  • Integrated web server for device configuration and monitoring data points
  • Compliant with ANSI/ASHRAE 135‑2012 and ISO 16484‑5:2012 standard
  • B-BC (BACnet Building Controller) functionality, BTL certified
  • Supports BACnet Alarming, Scheduling, and Trending
  • Connected to the L‑INX Automation Server, L‑ROC Room Controller, and L-IOB I/O Controller
  • Automatic integration into device configurations with L‑INX, L‑ROC, and L-IOB I/O Controller
  • Easy device replacement without any additional software
  • Built-in OPC XML‑DA and OPC UA server
  • Math objects to execute mathematical operations on data points

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