The Schneider Electric SpaceLogic hardware devices for the EcoStruxure BMS include terminal bases, PS-24V power supplies, Central IO modules, automation servers such as AS-P servers and AS-B servers, BACnet/IP devices such as MP-C controllers, MP-V controllers, IP-IO modules, and RP-C controllers, RP controller expansion modules, remote control, KNX Modbus gateway, Bluetooth and Zigbee adapters, SpaceLogic Sensor devices, Advanced Display devices, and Operator Display devices.
AD v2 uses a wired (USB) connection to communicate with EcoStruxure BMS servers. During installation and commissioning, you can use a wireless access point to establish communication between AD v2 and EcoStruxure BMS servers. AD v2 can be powered either by a AS-P server, AS-B server, or USB power adapter.
You connect an Advanced Display to a AS-P server or AS-B server in order to communicate with EcoStruxure BMS servers over a USB connection, to supply the Advanced Display with power, and to ensure that its battery is charged.
You install the AD v2 protective frame with its base on a control cabinet to use AD v2 for locally accessing the automation servers. You attach the base on the cabinet using the dedicated holes in the base.
You install the AD v2 protective frame with its base on a wall to use AD v2 for accessing the automation servers. You attach the base on the wall and to the electrical box using the dedicated holes and hole patterns in the base.
AD v2 is the successor to AD v1, and offers several improvements such as higher display resolution, enhanced processor performance, and increased memory size. Like AD v1, AD v2 provides a Human Machine Interface (HMI) for local access to the EcoStruxure BMS servers.