You print labels to identify I/O channels on the placard of an I/O module much the same way you label circuits on an electrical panel. You accept the default names for the I/O point labels or customize the I/O point names for your own application.
You print an I/O wiring list for the I/O bus that describes which I/O points are associated with each I/O module. You use the printed copy of this list to help wire the I/O bus network.
The EcoStruxure Building Operation software supports the major communication protocols in building automation and security management.
The I/O bus consists of the following parts: