Modbus 2 BACnet Device Profiles - Introduction
Step-by-step instructions for using Modbus 2 BACnet Device Profiles. 5:27
Using Sedona with the BASremote - Monitoring a Refrigeration Unit: Part 1
Demonstrates how to define the application requirement, configure the BASremote I/O channels and prepare the email. 9:37
Using Sedona with the BASremote - Monitoring a Refrigeration Unit: Part 2
Wire sheet development using BACnet object instance numbers, custom I/O components and email component. 10:43
Using Sedona with the BASremote - Monitoring a Refrigeration Unit: Part 3
Using BDT to monitor the values of the BASremote via BACnet/IP communication protocol. 4:36
Accessing a Sedona Device Using Workbench
Demonstrates how to access a Sedona wire sheet within the BASremote using version 3.7 (or later) of Tridium's Niagara Workbench or a compatible tool. 3:35
The BASremote series provide the system integrator a flexible building block when integrating diverse building automation protocols or when expanding the number of points in a building automation system. By supporting open system protocols such as BACnet®, Modbus and Sedona Framework SOX, the BASremote series is easily adaptable. For small systems, it can operate stand-alone. For larger systems, it can communicate to supervisory controllers over Ethernet.
Depending upon the model, the BASremote has the flexibility to provide the following:
Versatile Control Device
The BASremote Master provides the ultimate in flexibility. It can be used for expansion I/O at remote locations where an Ethernet connection exists. Its built-in router and gateway capabilities address unique integration needs where more than one communications protocol is involved. It can operate as a function block programmable controller with its resident Sedona Framework Virtual Machine. Powered by a Linux engine, the BASremote Master can operate as BACnet/IP and Modbus TCP remote I/O, Sedona Framework controller, Modbus Serial to Modbus TCP router, Modbus Serial to BACnet gateway, and Modbus master to attached Modbus slaves all at the same time. A 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port allows connection to IP networks and popular building automation protocols such as Modbus TCP, BACnet/IP, and Sedona SOX. Six universal I/O points and two relay outputs can be confi gured through resident web pages using a standard web browser and without the need of a special programming tool. A 2-wire Modbus serial port can greatly expand the I/O count with built-in routing to Modbus TCP clients. If BACnet mapping is preferred, the unit incorporates a Modbus serial to BACnet/IP gateway. The BASremote Master also allows you to install custom web pages so you can view the status of your system in a convenient manner. And using its onboard Web Services, your IT department can easily interact with the BASremote Master.
Additional universal I/O can be achieved with the simple addition of BASremote Expansion modules.
|BASR-8M||BASremote I/O Master 6 Universal 2 Relay I/O||$595|
|BASR-8X||BASremote I/O Expansion 6 Universal 2 Relay I/O||$395|
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