BACnet/IP Devices

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Connecting an Isolated RS-485 Adapter
You connect an Isolated RS-485 Adapter (via a separate connection cable) to a BACnet/IP controller to convert the controller RS-485 RJ45 interface to screw terminals, which is required to connect the controller to a BACnet MS/TP (RS-485) network. You use an Isolated RS-485 Adapter (SXWISORS48510001) when the BACnet MS/TP network is comprised of isolated controllers, such as MNB BACnet devices (zone controllers) and selected others.
9/20/2022
Isolated RS-485 Adapter
The Isolated RS-485 Adapter (SXWISORS48510001) is designed to be used when connecting a BACnet/IP controller that supports reconfiguration for BACnet MS/TP communication to a BACnet MS/TP (RS-485) network. The Isolated RS-485 Adapter has an isolated RS-485 transceiver and is used when the BACnet MS/TP (RS-485) network is comprised of isolated controllers, such as MNB BACnet devices (zone controllers) and selected others.
9/20/2022
Non-isolated RS-485 Adapter
The Non-isolated RS-485 Adapter (SXWNISORS48510001) is designed to be used when connecting a BACnet/IP controller that supports reconfiguration for BACnet MS/TP communication to a BACnet MS/TP (RS-485) network. The Non-isolated RS-485 Adapter is used when the BACnet MS/TP (RS-485) network includes non-isolated controllers, such as the b3 BACnet family of zone controllers.
9/20/2022
Connecting a Non-isolated RS-485 Adapter
You connect a Non-isolated RS-485 Adapter (via a separate connection cable) to a BACnet/IP controller to convert the controller RS-485 RJ45 interface to screw terminals, which is required to connect the controller to a BACnet MS/TP (RS-485) network. You use a Non-isolated RS-485 Adapter (SXWNISORS48510001) when the BACnet MS/TP network includes non-isolated controllers, such as the b3 BACnet family of zone controllers.
9/19/2022
SpaceLogic™ MP-C
Part numbers: SXWMPC15A10001, SXWMPC18A10001, SXWMPC18B10001, SXWMPC24A10001, and SXWMPC36A10001
9/12/2022
SpaceLogic™ IP-IO
Part numbers: SXWIPIOAA10001, SXWIPIOBA10001, and SXWIPIOCA10001
9/12/2022
Configuring MP-V Controller Setpoints
You configure the MP-V controller setpoints to set up the parameters by which the controller is flow balanced. These setpoints include the maximum flow setpoint, selected by default, and the intermediate and minimum flow setpoints, which are optional.
9/8/2022
Non-isolated RS-485 Adapter Connection and Wiring
The Non-isolated RS-485 Adapter is equipped with an RJ45 port for connection to a BACnet/IP controller RS-485 Com port and a 4-position removable screw terminal block for connection to a BACnet MS/TP (RS-485) network.
9/7/2022
RJ45 Pinout for the RS-485 Ports of the RP-C Controller
This section provides the RJ45 pinout for the RP-C controller's two RS-485 ports.
9/7/2022

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