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New BACnet/IP Sedona Unitary Controller Delivers Operational Enhancements

BASControl22D BACnet/IP Sedona Unitary Controller with BAScontrol Toolset

Contemporary Controls has expanded its BAScontrol Series of BACnet/IP Sedona Unitary Controllers with the addition of the 22-point BAScontrol22D, which supports BACnet client/server operation over BACnet/IP.

The BAScontrol22D was built on firmware release 4.0.x with operational enhancements made to increase application memory space and develop more sophisticated Sedona components. The BACnet code was also upgraded to protocol release 15. With these advancements, system integrators can implement more complex sequences for fan coil units, air handlers, rooftop units, and heat pumps.

The controller complies with the B-ASC device profile with a convenient mix of 8 universal inputs, 4 binary inputs, 4 analog outputs and 6 binary outputs. The unit has 48 web components which link Sedona wiresheet readable/writeable data to web pages, and 24 virtual points which link Sedona wiresheet readable/writeable data to a BACnet client. Rugged design, low profile, and wide temperature operation make the BAScontrol22D suitable for indoor or outdoor use. The unit is powered from a 24VAC/VDC source.

Additional memory was gained with the development of macro components (highly integrated configurable Sedona components) used in a new series of pre-built applications. “Contemporary Controls retains its mission of providing freely programmable, web-based open controllers with BACnet as the protocol and license-free Sedona as the programming language with non-restricted access to our free BAScontrol Toolset,” said Harpartap Parmar, director of product management at Contemporary Controls.

The BAScontrol Toolset is a free set of software tools for Windows PC that includes the Sedona Application Editor (SAE), BASbackup project archiving tool, and a BASemulator which will emulate full controller operation on a PC.

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