The Protocol Translator Gateways has been specially designed to allow bidirectional control and monitoring of all parameters and functionalities of your building automation projects.
Multiple LED indicators confirm that all protocols are communicating properly or indicate if there is a communication issue.
Selectable configuration via USB or IP ports.
Configuration can be performed with the USB host port, from downloading projects or generating log files to updating the firmware.
With multiple ports for the different physical layers (cable/network types), all common connectivity requirements are met.
Consuming just 5 DIN-Rail modules, it is easy to fit Intesis protocol translators into cabinets.
The protocol translators are designed for low power consumtion for energy efficient operation on site.
Intesis ASCII gateways offer control and monitoring of BACnet or KNX devices from any ASCII Client (BMS, PLC or SCADA).
Intesis ASCII gateways could communicate through IP and serial (RS232 or RS485) interfaces and offer great flexibility to communicate with any ASCII system thanks to the use of custom string commands and custom string signals to match each system specifications.
Our BACnet solutions have been specially designed to allow supervision and bidirectional control of systems and equipment talking BACnet, DALI, KNX, LonWorks, M-Bus and Modbus protocols.
On the BACnet server versions, the gateway provides server functionality to the BMS or BACnet controller over BACnet/IP through the Ethernet port and over BACnet MS/TP through the serial port.
Control, monitor and commission DALI installations thanks to Intesis DALI solutions and make it available from any BACnet, KNX or ModBus management system.
Intesis DALI gateway acts as an application controller master device in its DALI interface and supplies power to the channel, allowing interaction and commissioning of DALI drivers or DALI-2 drivers and occupancy and light sensors as input devices. Control individually up to 64 or 128 DALI addresses and/or up to 16 or 32 DALI Groups, including the usage of 16 scenes.