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BASview3 is a stand-alone, embedded, web-based graphical interface for building automation and process automation systems. It can be accessed from any web browser – providing supervisory functionality to any BACnet/IP or Modbus TCP system. By using Contemporary Controls BASrouter or BASgateway products, additional protocols such as BACnet MS/TP and Modbus RTU are supported.
The BASview3 is simple to install and use. The BASview3 is housed in a DIN rail mounted metal enclosure and it is 24VAC/VDC powered for convenient installation. A 10/100 Mbps Ethernet connection is all that is needed for communication.
Supervisory features include animated graphic screens, scheduling, historical trending, runtime accumulation and email alarms. BASview3 will automatically toggle outputs and change setpoints on schedule, collect runtime and trend data, and monitor alarm conditions. As an embedded device, BASview3 uses Flash memory for internal storage to maintain its ruggedness. The BASview3 is totally self-contained, requiring no external application for its use. Multiple, simultaneous web browser users can access the device.
The BASview3 is ideal for small to medium buildings or processes that require a simple-to-use graphical interface with no licensing requirements. The BASview3 can handle up to 2000 nodes – a combination of devices, points, schedules, alarms, trends, etc.
The BASview3 is housed in a compact metal enclosure that is DIN-rail mounted. It requires a 24VAC/VDC voltage source and could share power with other devices thanks to its half wave rectifier input power circuit. Powered by a 1.2GHz quad core ARM CPU, it has 1GB RAM and 8GB of Flash memory for data storage. The device has a capacitor-backed real-time clock. Installation is easy – simply connect the device to a BACnet/IP or Modbus TCP Ethernet network to access both BACnet and Modbus compliant equipment. For non-Ethernet based equipment, BACnet MS/TP to BACnet/IP routers or Modbus serial to Modbus TCP routers can be used. By using Modbus serial to BACnet/IP gateways, the complete system can be treated as a BACnet/IP system.
|BASV-3||BACnet/IP Supervisor HTML5 Graphical Interface||$1095|
To connect BACnet MS/TP devices, use a BASrouter:
|BASRT-B||BASrouter BACnet/IP to MS/TP to Ethernet DIN-Rail Mount||$307|
|BASRTLX-B||BASrouterLX High Performance BACnet Router DIN-Rail Mount||$423|
To connect Modbus serial devices or TCP use a BASgatewayLX:
|BASGLX-M1||BASgatewayLX Modbus to BACnet Gateway DIN-Rail Mount||$423|
|AI-XFMR||Wall mount plug in transformer 120VAC input/24VAC output (details...)||$35|
|AI-XFMR-E||Wall mount plug in transformer 230VAC input/24VAC output (details...)||$55|
|BAS-485-TER||Active EIA-485 Terminator (package 5 Pieces) (details...)||$215|
|MDR-20-24||24VDC 20W DIN RAIL POWER SUPPLY (details...)||$40|
|MDR-40-24||24VDC 40W DIN RAIL POWER SUPPLY (details...)||$50|
|SDR-75-24||24VDC 75W DIN RAIL POWER SUPPLY (details...)||$90|
|EIBA5-100T||Five-port 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX switching hub, panel mount||$112|
|EIBA5-100T/R||Five-port 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX switching hub, DIN-rail mount||$112|
Additional Ethernet Switches are also available.