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Contemporary Controls to Attend Shanghai International Building Technology 2014

BASdesignerAugust 2014 - Contemporary Controls will exhibit at the upcoming Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology 2014 (SIBT 2014), Sept 3 - 5 in Shanghai, China in Hall W3, booth D17. For SIBT 2014 a major area of focus includes innovative building technologies, building efficiency and energy management and building automation trends. Over 8,000 attendees are expected to attend from over 30 countries to share technology practices.

"SIBT 2014 will again provide us with the opportunity to demonstrate that our network automation products provide a valuable solution for system integrators to make a robust and completely integrated system that is also cost-effective," said Jason Peng Product Manager at Contemporary Controls (Suzhou) Ltd.

Contemporary Controls will have available the soon to be released BASdesigner - High Performance Front-End for Buildings.
The BASdesigner is a web-based visualization and integration platform that provides all that is needed in a building front-end with alarming, trending, scheduling and exceptional graphics.  Resident DGLux visualization firmware will allow system integrators to "design" sophisticated dashboards and animated graphics with just the use of a web browser. 

A high-performance 1.2 GHz Linux processer along with 8 GB of Flash memory provides exceptional speed and trend storage.  A four-port GigE switch, dual optically isolated EIA-485 serial ports, Wi-Fi and EnOcean wireless ports along with built-in BACnet, Modbus and host of popular protocols addresses any integration challenge.

Using EnOcean technology the BASdesigner will allow you to control devices such as light switches and thermostats without the need for wiring.

Visit us at the EnOcean Alliance boothto learn more about the BASdesginer - High Performance Front End for Buildings. We look forward to seeing you in Hall W3, booth D17. If you cannot make it to the show contact us at or + 86 512 68095866.

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