Building automation controllers

Finalist in Networked Building Automation Systems/Controls, Energy Management Systems in Consulting-Specifying Engineer's 2011 Product of the Year competition

05/09/2011


CAN2GO’s line of building automation controllers support wireless mesh communication and serial link and can manage wired and wireless (EnOcean, Zigbee) end-devices at the same time. The controllers automatically convert all end-devices into BACnet objects and host a complete building automation web interface. The controllers can support HVAC and lighting applications simultaneously and offer several networking options, including wireless mesh, chain-link connections, and IP/Ethernet. Each unit supports in-node multiprotocol integration, programmability, and BACnet IP server duties. The system also supports variable air volume (VAV) functions and applications and can be programmed with real-time scripting.

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