Get Your DeviceNet Slave Devices Connected Directly to Your BACnet/IP Server Devices
The 460DMBC moves data between a network of up to 32 DeviceNet Slaves and up to 32 BACnet/IP Server devices. With the 460DMBC you are making a direct connection between DeviceNet data and BACnet/IP Binary and Analog objects.
How Do You Map the Data?
Up to 400 bytes of DeviceNet data per Slave device will be mapped into your BACnet/IP Servers. Data will be assigned a type of BIT8, BIT16, BIT32, INT8, INT16, INT32, INT64, UINT8, UINT16, UINT32, UINT64, Float, or Double and be mapped into your BACnet/IP Servers as Binary and Analog BACnet/IP objects. When writing from your BACnet/IP Servers to your DeviceNet Slaves, up to 128 Binary BACnet/IP Objects per Scan line will be viewed as DeviceNet data.
It’s really that simple. Need to modify your data as it passes from one protocol to the other? No problem. Each data mapping you apply can be modified with up to 3 mathematic functions. Add 4 to a value, multiply by 4 and divide by 10 with ease.
Why Use Real Time Automation as a Gateway Supplier?
The 460DMBC provides an option to access DeviceNet Slave devices without having to upgrade your established BACnet/IP system. While there are certainly a number of other companies offering stand alone gateways, there is no one who provides the level of support and service that you receive from RTA.
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