Distech Controls has launched its ECLYPSE Connected IP and Wi-Fi Product Series, and ENVYSION responsive, web-based design and visualisation interface. Providing powerful connectivity and advanced control, monitoring and analysis, these new offerings prepare users for the Internet of Things building.
Distech Controls’ ECLYPSE Connected System Controller is a modular and scalable platform providing BACnet/IP, wired and wireless IP connectivity, permitting integration with building management systems and convergence with IT networks. It consists of a control automation and connectivity server, power supplies, and I/O modules, allowing users to select the type and number of modules to meet their exacting requirements and easily add-on for future upgrades.
The company is also proud to introduce ENVYSION, web-based graphic design and visualisation interface, delivering the art and science of actionable visual knowledge and powerful user experience. It can be embedded in an ECLYPSE Connected System Controller or hosted on EC-NetAX, powered by the NiagaraAX Framework building management system to create advanced user interfaces, from single equipment to complete views of a BMS. ENVYSION enhances mobility with its responsive, HTML 5 interface, for an optimal experience across different user devices.
Leveraging IT infrastructure to deliver a powerful control and monitoring solution, the ECLYPSE Connected System Controller minimises the traditional installation and ownership costs of a building management system. This convergence eliminates the requirement for managing multiple networks and greatly reduces the need for cabling and other materials, as well as the associated costs of installing, maintaining and upgrading them.
Providing the flexibility to choose ones implementation and integration architecture, the ECLYPSE Connected System Controller can either be paired with ENVYSION for a completely autonomous solution, or used as part of an integrated building management solution, with EC-NetAX. The latter allows for multi-system integration and larger or multi-location applications, expanding the capabilities of existing EC-NetAX building management systems with ECLYPSE connectivity options.