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Tridium’s Niagara Edge 10 is an IP-based field equipment controller powered by the Niagara Framework®. Niagara Edge 10 controllers drive applications such as zone temperature control, and the operation of fan coil units, singlestage air handling units, water-source heat pumps and more. Niagara Edge 10 controllers run the full Niagara stack, with 10 points of on-board IO and IO-R-34 expansion capability. Niagara Edge 10 licensing supports three devices and 50 total points to harness the full power of Niagara at the edge.
This DK-AC-BAC-AIntesisBox gateway ensures full interoperability support to the integrator and the propriety thanks to the BTL Mark.
Tridium’s latest advancement means you can protect the enterprise from losing valuable Niagara station and configuration data, and manage your Niagara licenses from one online location. Introducing Niagara Cloud, a growing suite of services that can help you leverage the Internet of Things in new and powerful ways. Backup as a Service: With BaaS, easily configure your Niagara stations to do automated secure backups to the cloud. BaaS is available to Niagara 4.3 users with a current Software Maintenance Agreement (SMA) at no additional cost. Asset Manager: ?You can access device backups and track your Niagara software maintenance expirations using our exciting new asset manager tool, live on the Niagara Community website. ? Contact us for more information.
Dear valued VYKON Partner, Tridium has released the third version of Niagara 4. Niagara 4.3 introduces enhancements that make it easier to manage and deploy templates, along with several other new features. Most notable about this release are the significant innovations built on Niagara 4.3, including:
* Backup as a Service (BaaS), our first Niagara Cloud offering launching in mid-July
Honeywell is pleased to announce the release of the WEBs-N188.8.131.52 (N4.1.1) software packaged with Spyder, Stryker and Venom programming tools. Main Features:
Contemporary Controls is introducing the unmanaged EISK8-GT/H 8 port gigabit Ethernet switch with hub functionality. Yes, we purposely "broke" the address learning functionality of the switch so that all messages - directed, multicast, broadcast - are flooded to all ports on the switch allowing a protocol analyzer tool such as Wireshark® the ability to observe all traffic on the network. We kept the best part of the switch functionality by maintaining the auto-negotiation of the data rate at 10/100/1000 Mbps and allowing a straight through or cross-over cable on a per port basis.