August 2012 - The BASview, with it's stand-alone, embedded, web-based graphical interface, has become a popular device for managing small buildings. To demonstrate the device's ease of use, Contemporary Controls has released a video that shows how simple it is to install and use the BASview with only a 10/100 Mbps Ethernet connection.
The BASview can be accessed from any web browser and provides client functionality to any BACnet/IP or Modbus TCP network. Accessories allow BASview to interface with BACnet MS/TP and LON networks.
The video introduces popular client features such as animated graphics, scheduling, historical trending, runtime accumulation and alarm monitoring. It also shows how BASview can automatically toggle outputs and change setpoints on schedule, collect runtime and trend data, and monitor alarm conditions.
For ruggedness, the BASview uses Flash memory for internal storage instead of a hard disk and is totally self-contained – requiring no external PC or application for use. Your web browser interacts with the device using Adobe Flash, but non-Flash equipment – such as Android devices – can utilize some basic functions. There are no licensing requirements.
Watch the video to learn more.