Phoenix Contact says that flexible building automation can be achieved with the ILC 2050 controller and Niagara Framework.
The ILC 2050 BI has all the functionality of a building controller, but with the option of up to 63 I/O terminals directly connected. The ILC 2050 BI has an integrated 4 port Ethernet switch, with the option of M-bus and Dali modules which can be directly connected to the building controller. The direct connection of I/O ensures extremely high-speed data processing.
The integrated Niagara Framework enables IIoT-based automation through standardisation of various data types. This makes it easy to connect with various sensors and actuators regardless of the manufacturer and communication protocol. Supported protocols include:
- BACnet IP
- KNX IP
- BACnet MS/TP
In addition, the ILC 2050 BI also has an incredibly small footprint - over 500 signals can be connected directly to the ILC 2050 BI controller. This saves a huge amount of space in the control cabinet and creates endless design possibilities.
The ILC 2050 BI does not have to be limited to building management. This controller and I/O can be used on numerous industrial projects, alongside the trusted Niagara 4 framework giving the following benefits:
- Robust and high speed
- Real-time control
- High level accuracy
- Lowcycle times
- Optimal control quality
For more information about the ILC 2050 BI visit our website, or visit Phoenix Contact at stand B5 at the Smart Buildings Show.
To register for free go to www.smartbuildingsshow.com