BAC-5901CE | Controller: General Purpose, BACnet AAC, Clock, Ethernet
OVERVIEW | Controller: General Purpose, BACnet AAC, Clock, Ethernet
KMC Conquest™ BAC-5900 series controllers are designed to control building systems and HVAC equipment. The integrated alarming, scheduling, and trending enable these BACnet Advanced Application Controllers to be powerful edge devices for the modern smart building ecosystem.
The controllers feature simple, menu-driven setup choices using an STE-9000 series digital sensor, which can be installed permanently as the room sensor or used temporarily as a technician’s service tool.
Alternately, quick configuration of controller properties can be done using NFC (Near Field Communication) from a smart phone, tablet, or computer (using KMC Connect Lite™ app) while the controller is unpowered.
The Ethernet-enabled BAC-5901CE can also be configured by connecting an HTML5-compatible web browser to the built-in configuration web pages.
To meet the most demanding building automation custom requirements, these controllers are also fully programmable. Custom configuration and programming, with wizards for application programming selection/configuration, are enabled by KMC Connect™ software and the KMC Converge™ module for Niagara Workbench.
KMC Converge and TotalControl™ software additionally provide the capability of creating custom graphical web pages (hosted on a remote web server) to use as a custom user-interface for the controllers.
Advanced Application Controller
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