BACnet controller

WAGO’s BACnet MS/TP controller acts as a control gateway to integrate connected I/O modules and convey connectivity to actuators and sensors.

09/22/2015


WAGO’s BACnet MS/TP controller acts as a control gateway to integrate connected I/O modules and convey connectivity to actuators and sensors. Courtesy: WAGOWAGO’s BACnet controller uses twisted-pair lines to control complex building automation tasks and simplify input and output (I/O) integration. The 750-829 BACnet Controller, with MS/TP master functions, acts as a control gateway allowing integration of connected I/O modules and convenient connectivity to actuators and sensors via WAGO’s 750 Series I/O modules. The controller performs central or decentralized open and closed-loop control tasks in HVAC systems and can even be used as a room automation controller.

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