Using Ethernet I/O for Facility Monitoring & Automation
This month we focus on an innovative building security application that uses a Modbus TCP/IP network to eliminate the traditional hard-wired control panel. The distributed control system is easily scalable and greatly reduces wiring. Applicable functions include controlling access to building areas, HVAC, lighting, elevators, production equipment, and other electrical systems.
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Implement powerful building controls by combining the features of Acromag Ethernet I/O Modules with the flexibility of the ISONAS Access Control System. Discrete I/O Modules control access to doors, cabinets, and other electrically controlled devices. A standard TCP/IP network provides communication with the control system. Monitor and control as many points as needed. Extend control of those points to any location where an IP message can be sent.
ISONAS door access technology does away with the control panel entirely, piggybacks on the existing network wiring already in place, requires no hardwiring to building power and involves installation only of a single, standard network cable to each reader. Acromag's 989EN Discrete I/O Module monitors door lock strikes and door sensor switches. For large point counts, an ES2113 can be used.
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