If you are going to the AHR Expo, be sure to attend our Director of R&D, Bennet Levine's presentation "BAScontrol22S Unitary Controller Provides Flexibility and License-Free Programming" on Monday, January 22 at 10:15 a.m. in Theater C.
Bennet will discuss our latest addition to the BAScontrol Series of BACnet Sedona Unitary Controllers—the 22-point BAScontrol22S which supports BACnet client/server operation over BACnet/IP or BACnet MS/TP. While the industry moves towards IP-based networks, the BAScontrol22S offers flexibility at the job site in case there is no access to an IP-based network, and a twisted-pair network is the only option.
The controller enables Sedona function block programming and project archiving on a PC (with a BAScontrol Toolset download) via Ethernet, while it communicates over BACnet MS/TP. Contemporary Controls' BAScontrol Toolset is free set of software tools to develop and archive Sedona wiresheet applications and emulate full controller operation on a PC for testing and development of applications.
The unit retains the features found in all BAScontrol Series controllers, such as license-free operation and webpage configuration over 10/100 Mbps Ethernet. It complies with the B-ASC device profile having a convenient mix of 8 universal inputs, 4 binary inputs, 4 analog outputs, and 6 relay outputs. The unit has 48 web components which link Sedona wiresheet readable/writeable data to webpages, and 24 virtual points which link Sedona wiresheet readable/writeable data to a BACnet client. Its rugged metal enclosure, low device profile, and outdoor temperature operation of -40°C to +75°C make it ideal for indoor or outdoor applications.
For more information, attend "BAScontrol22S Unitary Controller Provides Flexibility and License-Free Programming" on Monday, January 22 at 10:15 a.m. in Theater C.