OPTIFLEX™ BACNET INTEGRATOR


Controls For Any Space


One of the products that ES2 installed for the Tulsa Area United Way was Automated Logic's® OptiFlex™ BACnet Gateway (Model G5CE). This BACnet Router is an integral component of the WebCTRL® building automation system.


The OptiFlex BACnet Gateway is a BACnet Router (B-RTR) and BACnet Building Controller (B-BC) supporting routing between multiple BACnet networks. It also supports custom control programs to easily integrate with third party BACnet or Modbus equipment such as variable speed drives, boilers, and lighting.


KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS


BACnet Device Types:

BACnet Router (B-RTR)

BACnet Building Controller (B-BC)

BACnet Broadcast Management Device (B-BBMD)

  • Supports routing between BACnet/IP, BACnet/Ethernet,

  • BACnet ARCnet, and BACnet MS/TP networks

  • Supports up to:

  • 12,000 network visible BACnet objects

  • 1,500 third party BACnet points

  • Includes two additional BACnet ports for supporting either two simultaneous BACnet MS/TP networks (with up to 60 controllers each), or one ARCnet network (with up to 99 ARCnet controllers) and one BACnet MS/TP network (with up to 60 controllers)

  • Can serve as a BACnet Broadcast Management Device (BBMD), routing any BACnet broadcast messages directly to other BBMD devices on the BACnet network

  • Supports BACnet Foreign Device Registration (FDR)

Modbus Features:

  • Can act as a server or client on a Modbus TCP/IP network

  • Supports up to 25 Modbus points

Hardware Features :

  • Supports and executes control programs

  • Supports up to two BACnet/IP networks on the Gig-E port

  • Supports Gig-E, 1,000 Mbps BACnet IP and DHCP IP addressing

  • Ethernet port provides local access for system start-up and troubleshooting

  • Supports network captures for advanced diagnostics

  • Provides network statistics numerically or as trend graphs inside the WebCTRL building automation system

  • Supports DIN rail and screw mounting

  • Capacitor-backed real-time clock keeps time in the event of power failure or network interruption for up to three days

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