We're looking forward to seeing you at the Building Automation Conference, which will be held September 26-27 2019, Frankfurt Airport, Germany. The Building Automation Conference showcases "innovations and success stories in building automation. The use of BACnet components and systems will be explained to decision makers. Tailor-made solutions for IT-secure buildings and reliable integration of interoperable systems in commercial buildings will be demonstrated."
Contemporary Controls endorses the "open control" concept and its BASautomation line of BACnet products offers open solutions when implementing networked controls in buildings. Be sure to see our latest products at the Building Automation Conference. Learn more about the Building Automation Conference at buildingautomationconference.org.
The BASstat line of BACnet Communicating Thermostats feature BACnet server functionality over MS/TP or Wi-Fi. Models exist for multi-staged heating/cooling of rooftop units (RTUs) and for 2-pipe or 4-pipe fan coils (FCUs). These devices can easily be supervised by BACnet clients.
BASview3 is a stand-alone, embedded, web-based graphical interface for building automation and process automation systems. It can be accessed from any web browser – providing supervisory functionality to any BACnet/IP or Modbus TCP system. By using Contemporary Controls BASrouter or BASgateway products, additional protocols such as BACnet MS/TP and Modbus RTU are supported.
Designed for home automation enthusiasts, HVAC students and DIYers in general, the DIY products are not toys but truly open controllers built on both open software and open hardware. Using the latest micro PCs and resident control software, these DIY products allow the user to create next generation Internet of Things (IoT) platforms.
There are many BACnet controllers on the market that utilize a closed/restricted programming tool with a proprietary programming language. Our concept of a truly open controller is one that uses BACnet — an open protocol, an open source drag and drop component based programming language — Sedona, as well as an unrestricted programming tool — our free Sedona Application Editor. Our BAScontrol family of products provide all of the features necessary for a truly open controller.
The BASrouters are multi-network routers used to route messages between BACnet/IP, BACnet Ethernet and BACnet MS/TP networks. Three versions are available—two DIN-rail mounted units for fixed installations and a portable unit for commissioning and troubleshooting.