COMING SOON: BASC-E36 Sedona Edge Controller

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COMING SOON: BASC-E36 Sedona Edge Controller via Contemporary Controls Ltd
COMING SOON: BASC-E36 Sedona Edge Controller

The BASC-E36 Edge Controller is designed for the requirements of ASHRAE Guideline 36-2018 High-Performance Sequences of Operation for HVAC Systems (GL-36). The BASC-E36 has the necessary computing power and input/output (I/O) point count to execute recommended advanced sequences published in GL-36. BASC-E36 utilizes the same Advanced Controller Codebase (ACC), developed by Contemporary Controls, consisting of BACnet for protocol, and Sedona for control running on a Linux platform. Included in the BASC-E36 controller’s codebase are edge-connected features such as a cloud connector to Azure IoT Central, a JavaScript Object Notation (JSON)-node programable dashboard, email alarming and notifications, and access to an online weather service.

The BASC-E36 is a 36-point edge controller which supports BACnet/IP client/server operation using a 2-port Ethernet switch connection or over BACnet MS/TP using a serial port. The controller complies with the B-ASC device profile having a convenient mix of sixteen universal inputs, four binary inputs, eight analogue outputs, and eight binary outputs. The BASC-E36 uses screw terminal block connectors. The device is fully web page-configurable, and freely programmable using Sedona’s drag-and-drop programming methodology of assembling components onto a wiresheet to create applications. The unit can be programmed using the Sedona Application Editor (SAE) in Contemporary Controls’ free BAScontrol Toolset. Rugged design, low profile, and wide temperature operation make it suitable for indoor or outdoor use.

Versatile Controller Device:
• BACnet/IP and BACnet MS/TP client/server
• BACnet B-ASC device profile
• Web page configuration
• Sedona Programmable
• Programmable with free BAScontrol Toolset
• Configurable with a common web browser
• Built-in 10/100 Mbps Ethernet two-port switch
• Wi-Fi Connectivity (external USB to Wi-Fi adapter required)
• Isolated 485 port
• NTP or manually settable real-time clock
• COV subscriptions – a mix of 230 binary or analogue
• Azure IoT Central connector
• JSON-node dashboard
• Email alarms and notifications
• Built-in API to openweathermap.org
• Outdoor temperature operation -40°C to +75°C

Flexible Inputs and Outputs:
• Conventional screw terminal block connectors
• Sixteen configurable universal inputs
• Four voltage-free binary inputs
• Eight 0-10 VDC analogue outputs
• Eight relay outputs

Application Ready:
• 1 GHz TI AM3352 processor
• 512 MB RAM memory
• 5 GB eMMC memory
• Non-volatile FRAM memory for storing runtimes and pulses
• Linux Operating System
• 24 VAC/VDC powered

For more info please visit our stand C18.

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