Instruction Sheet: BASbackup Utility 1.0.21
This 1.0.21 version of the Sedona Project Backup and Restore utility program (BASbackup) provides even more convenience for saving a BAScontrol project to a desktop or laptop computer running Linux or Windows 7 (or later).
BAScontrol Series - Introduction to the BAScontrol22 (6:06)
With its resident Sedona Virtual Machine, freely program this 22-point controller using Niagara Workbench or compatible tool.
The BAScontrol Series is a line of BACnet unitary controllers complying with the B-ASC device profile that support both BACnet/IP and Sedona Framework (SOX) protocols via an Ethernet connection. A resident web server allows controllers to be accessible via a common web browser. Controllers in the series support a common core of features and differ only by I/O count and network connections.
Each device in the series is a freely-programmable controller executing Sedona's drag-and-drop methodology of assembling components onto a wire sheet to create applications. They can be programmed using Niagara Workbench or a Sedona programming tool such as Contemporary Controls' Sedona Application Editor (SAE). Built on the Sedona Framework, Contemporary Controls has developed more than 100 custom Sedona components which complement the standard Tridium-developed Sedona 1.2 components that reside within the device. Unique to the BAScontrol series are 48 Web Components that allow wire sheet data to be read and written from a common web browser; and 24 Virtual Components that allow wire sheet data to be read and written from a BACnet client.
The BAScontrol22S is a 22-point unitary controller that supports both BACnet/IP and Sedona Framework (SOX) protocols via an Ethernet connection. BACnet MS/TP is supported via a resident EIA-485 port. The controller complies with the B-ASC device profile having a convenient mix of eight universal inputs, four binary inputs, four analog outputs and six relay outputs.
The device is freely-programmable controller executing Sedona’s drag-and-drop methodology of assembling components onto a wire sheet to create applications. It can be programmed using Niagara Workbench or a third-party Sedona programming tool such as Sedona Application Editor. BACnet and device configuration is accomplished via a common web browser. Optionally, the unit can function as BACnet/IP and BACnet MS/TP remote I/O.
Built on the Sedona Framework™, Contemporary Controls has developed more than 100 custom Sedona components which complement the Tridium developed Sedona 1.2 components. Unique to the unit are 48 web components that link wire sheet data to web pages, and 24 virtual points that link wire sheet data and make it available to BACnet clients.
Based on the BAScontrol20 3.2, the BAScontrol22S has all the features of the former, along with two more relay outputs and a built-in EIA-485 port for integration into BACnet MS/TP networks.
|Versatile Control Device
Unitary controller or remote Ethernet I/O MS/TP
22-points of physical I/O
|BASC-22SR||BAScontrol with 22 I/O points, includes 6 relay outputs||Coming Soon|
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