BACnet Discovery Tool (BDT) - Finds BACnet Objects and Their Properties
Configure the BASrouter using a standard web browser. 4:47
Learn how to install the BASrouter. 3:49
For Firmware Upgrade: BAS Router Version 2.7.11, please contact technical support. In version 2.7.11, the BASrouter's IP address, netmask and gateway address are able to be set from a DHCP server and we've added a webpage (/admin/cgi-bin/resetdefault.cgi ) to take the unit back to factory default (requires power cycle to take effect).
The BAS Router provides stand-alone routing between BACnet networks such as BACnet/IP, BACnet Ethernet, and BACnet MS/TP-thereby allowing the system integrator to mix BACnet network technologies within a single BACnet internetwork. There are two physical communication ports on the BAS Router. One is a 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port and the other an isolated MS/TP port. Configuration is accomplished via a web page.
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The BAS Router is housed in a metal case that mounts on 35-mm DIN-rail and is powered from a 24 VAC/VDC (± 10%) source. There is one MS/TP port and one 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port.
The MS/TP port offers an optically-isolated transceiver. It has a removable 3-pin terminal block for the EIA-485 connection. Logically, 255 devices can be addressed. Physically, the number of devices depends upon device loading.
Up to 31 full-load EIA-485 devices can share the same MS/TP bus segment as the BAS Router. For half-load devices, there can be 62. All MS/TP standard baud rates are supported-from 9.6 to 76.8 kbps.
The Ethernet port offers a shielded RJ-45 connector. Through auto-negotiation and Auto-MDIX, it automatically matches connections to the attached equipment. Therefore, either straight-through or crossover CAT5 cable can be used for hook-up.
A resident web server allows for commissioning, and troubleshooting via a standard web browser. A reset switch is provided on the router to return the unit to the factory default IP address. Three LEDs are provided: The power LED glows green when proper power is provided. A bi-colour Ethernet LED glows green for 100 Mbps operation and yellow for 10 Mbps and indicates activity by flashing. A green LED flashes with MS/TP activity.
Internal MS/TP bias and termination jumpers allow flexible bias and termination options. They can be removed for mid-span installations.
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|BASRT-B||BASrouter BACnet/IP to MS/TP to Ethernet DIN-Rail Mount||$295|
|AI-XFMR||Wall mount plug in transformer 120VAC input/24VAC output (details...)||$35|
|AI-XFMR-E||Wall mount plug in transformer 230VAC input/24VAC output (details...)||$55|
|BAS-485-TER||Active EIA-485 Terminator (package 5 Pieces) (details...)||$195|
|KIT-3POS-DIN||3 Position MS/TP Communication Connector (BASRT-B) qty. 6||$12|
|KIT-4POS-POWER||4 Position 24 VAC/VDC Power Terminal Block qty. 6||$16|
|MDR-20-24||24VDC 20W DIN RAIL POWER SUPPLY (details...)||$40|
|MDR-40-24||24VDC 40W DIN RAIL POWER SUPPLY (details...)||$50|
|SDR-75-24||24VDC 75W DIN RAIL POWER SUPPLY (details...)||$90|
|EISK5-100T||Five-port 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Skorpion switch, DIN-rail mount||$99|
|EISK8-100T||Eight-port 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Skorpion switch, DIN-rail mount||$149|
|EISK16-100T||Sixteen-port 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Skorpion switch, DIN-rail mount||$279|