Wi-Fi Control Devices in Buildings – Wi-Fi Basics Part 1 – Stumble and Survey

When installing Wi-Fi connected devices in buildings, Wi-Fi signal strength is the first and most basic question which comes to mind – can my device even connect to the AP (Access Point) and stay connected reliably? There are several other considerations which would also come up, but let’s start with the real basic stuff and…

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Graphical Programming – Approach and Managing Sedona Kits

Most graphical programming software environments such as Sedona Framework use block-like elements as their functions, which are referred to as Components. Using a graphical editor like the free Sedona Application Editor (SAE) lets you configure and link Components together to create the wiresheet logic running in your Sedona device. To make programming easier and keep…

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Notes from the Field Episode 001

We love to hear from our customers! We recently heard from one of our early adopters of the BASpi who has it installed in a chiller pump room fancoil application in Florida: The BASpi Univeral Inputs are used for three 10K type-2 thermistor curves and one for fan status – setup as binary input. 3…

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BAScontrol Toolset Supports the BASpi

We’ve updated the BAScontrol Toolset to support the BASpi. The BAScontrol Toolset includes our Sedona Application Editor, our BASemulator and our BASbackup tools – and it’s available for free. BASpi users can download the free BAScontrol Toolset and use it with the BASpi-IO board to practice and implement sequences of operation based on industry-wide concepts…

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Turning a Micro PC into a Controller

We’re huge proponents of the concept of “open control” and built our BAScontrol Series on the idea of open software and free programming tools. The BASpi was the next logical extension of that idea. We started tossing around this idea of making a controller on a micro PC to give home enthusiasts, students, and DIYers…

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