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I/O modules MINI series

The I/O modules of the MINI series were developed to complement the MIX series. The output modules of the MINI series also have manual-0-automatic switches, unlike the MIX series. Thanks to their built-in cooling/heating algorithms, they can even be used as independent controllers. In addition, the modules also support time relay modes.  By default, the modules are capable of communicating via the two most popular communication protocols Modbus (ASCII, RTU, TCP/IP) and BACnet (MSTP, IP), which protocols can be selected with DIP switches.

IP version modules can also be used as transparent MODBUS TCP/MODBUS RTU or ASCII gateways.

I/O modules MIX series

The I/O modules of the MIX series were specially developed to expand the I/O capacity of any DDC controller or automation server , as long as they are capable of MODBUS or BACnet communication. For the sake of high degree applicability and cost efficiency, the MIX modules have the I/O channels most often used in building automation. (UI, DI, AO, DO on one module).

IP version modules can also be used as transparent MODBUS TCP/MODBUS RTU or ASCII gateways, and also contain 2 ethernet ports, thanks to which the device works as a switch .

Wireless I/O

W0202 has been developed to provide an option to extend the RS485 communication line where cabling is not physically possible or would be prohibitively expensive.

Using 2 pcs W0202, you can create a wireless bridge for our RS485 communication line, with the help of which you can build remote (external) I/O islands from modules of the MIX or MINI series, for example.

The W0202 has its own inputs (2 pcs SI) and outputs (2 pcs DO).

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Communication gateways

iSMA-B-MG-IP was developed to simplify the  connection of meters to building management systems. Using the two most popular communication protocols (M-Bus and Modbus) it allows up to 180 different types of meters  concomitant treatment. The M-BUS interface of the device is capable of feeding 60 M-BUS devices and communicating with them. The maximum current consumption must not exceed  130 mA.

The RS485 interface  It can handle 128 Modbus devices.

Room controllers

The family of configurable and, in the case of FCU controllers , freely programmable room controllers, was developed to meet market needs.

For the sake of engineering effort and simpler/faster  commissioning, the devices come with a universal factory program, depending on the product  they cover the most common room control/control functions (FC control, lighting control, shading ).

By default, FCU controllers are capable of MODBUS RTU/ASCII and BACnet MSTP communication.

The lighting and shading controllers are capable of MODBUS RTU/ASCII communication by default.

Room Controllers
DDC controllers

AAC20 type controllers are advanced freely programmable controllers. AAC20 has 8 UI, 4 DI, 4/6 AO and 4 DO channels available.

Thanks to the use of SVM (Sedona Virtual Machine), the device can be programmed quickly and easily in real time from anywhere.

In order to be widely applicable, the device supports the use of numerous open communication protocols, such as: BACnet, Modbus, 1-wire, DALI or oBIX.

DDC controllers (Niagara)

The iSMA-B-MAC36NL is a compact Master Application Controller with various built-in I/Os and operation in the Niagara Framework environment. Using local I/Os, 16x UI, 8x AO, 4x DI and 8x DO allow the device to be used for different applications. The controller provides control, data logging, alerting, scheduling, integration and visualization.

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