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.
As part of the Administration’s effort to cut energy waste in the nation’s buildings and double energy productivity by 2030, the Energy Department today announced $14 million to dramatically increase the efficiency of our nation’s homes and buildings. Through the Commercial Buildings Integration program, the Energy Department will make six awards for up to $8.4 million to nationally scale-up replicable, energy-efficient solutions for small and medium office buildings, apartments, stores, restaurants, and businesses. Under its Building America program, the Energy Department will make eight awards for up to $5.5 million for industry partners to create healthier, more comfortable homes that will save homeowners money on their utility bills.
The Commercial Buildings Integration program engages market leaders to accelerate adoption of energy saving technologies and practices by the commercial buildings market and support development of new, integrated program models for building retrofit. CBI relies on these partners to test and refine resources, conduct real-world demonstrations, and facilitate the deployment of solutions to the market through peer sharing and exchange. DOE also recognizes business leaders nationally for their progress and success. Our six central partnership activities are the Better Buildings Challenge, Better Buildings Alliance, Better Buildings Accelerators, the State and Local Energy Efficiency Action Network, the Penn State Consortium for Building Energy Innovation, and competitively-selected Cooperative Agreements projects.
This year’s Summit will bring the opportunity to attend information-packed breakout sessions led by Niagara experts, a robust trade show filled with BAS and IoT industry leaders, and networking with others in the Niagara Community. We’ve just announced breakout sessions for the Developer Bootcamp, and the Business and Applications tracks. Some of the topics will include:
* Migrating from Niagara AX to Niagara 4, Building Niagara 4, Developing with
* Niagara Enterprise Applications, Open Smart Building Design & Commissioning, Edge to Cloud, Niagara Deployment Models, Cyber Security, Niagara Analytics
* Data Modeling, Intro to Niagara Development, Data Modeling, Templates, Web Technology
And many more!
Visit NiagaraSummit.com today for an overview and description of all breakout sessions. And, don’t forget… time is running out to take advantage of Early Bird registration! Register before February 29 to take advantage of discounted pricing.
If you have any questions about registration, contact Ken or Dave Smyers for more imformation and group discounts! For available sponsorship opportunities, please email us at email@example.com. We’re looking forward to seeing the Niagara Community in New Orleans!
VP, Global Marketing Communications
P.S. … Need help convincing your boss? Just copy, paste and start looking for flights to New Orleans…
Attending Niagara Summit 2016 will be a tremendous opportunity for the organization and for me. Here are a few reasons why:
* I will have a chance to learn about the latest innovations in the Niagara Framework®.
* I will learn to optimize our use of the Niagara platform through expanded application possibilities, lowered costs, increased efficiency and maximized integration.
* I will attend enlightening keynotes from industry leaders and experts.
* I will walk away with a clear, informed strategy for our Niagara solutions and my own professional growth.
DMS Controls Group, LLC is pleased to offer Honeywell’s WEB-8000 controller supported by the WEBs-N4.1 software. This next generation controller features a new design and the ability to scale for future needs. The WEB-8000 series controllers are easy to install and expand due to its flexible capacitive licensing. This controller is very secure as all data is encrypted, including the data stored in the microSD cards.
Key Features of the WEB-8000 Controller
1GHz processor with 1 GB RAM and 4 GB Flash storage, faster and more space
USB Flash drive helps in backup and storage of stations
Flexible capacitive licensing allows for competitive pricing
Part numbers based on Devices & Points instead of resources
All licenses and stations are stored on microSD card, which makes it easy to replace bad hardware controllers
Includes standard drivers (BACnet, LON, Modbus, SNMP and KNX)
Includes WiFi connectivity, can be used as an Access Point or a Client
Value Propositions for Contractors/Integrators:
Hot pluggable expansion modules (LON, BACnet)
Tools are not required to install the controller
Improved DIN rail clip
Flexible capacitive licensing allows for competitive pricing
Less inventory to stock as capacity is via licensing
Value Propositions for End Users:
Highly secure controllers as all data is encrypted
Easy to scale and upgrade the capacity via licensing, without giving up more real estate
The controller can be used as WiFi access point or as a Client
All software and security updates are included with the software maintenance agreement
Tridium product marketing specialist Emily Weisensale and senior product manager Jonathan Rodriguez review what Niagara Community members need to know to be ready for the launch of Niagara 4. We offer several training options based on your credentials and role within your organization: For those who are Niagara AX certified, we have opened the Niagara 4 Cross-Over Web-based training and certification course. This is a self-paced, 12-hour e-learning course that can be completed online anytime, anywhere. (Part # TRN-DLS-N4-WBT) See below:
The course agenda includes:
Introduction to Niagara Distance Learning
Niagara 4 Product Summary
New Update: Niagara 4.1 Hardware Summary (JACE 8000)
Niagara AX to Niagara 4 Migration Tools
Niagara 4 Entity Model (Tagging, Hierarchy, Relationships, etc.)
Niagara 4 Search Functions
Niagara 4 System Architecture
Niagara 4 Charting Functions
Niagara 4 Security & User Administration
Niagara 4 HTML5 Views
Niagara 4 Dashboards
Certification Exam – Niagara 4 Technical Certification
For new users or those who are not certified, we will be offering a Niagara 4 Technical Certification Program (TCP). This will be a 5-day, instructor-led training and certification program offered worldwide this fall. (Part # TRN-CRS-N4-TCP) To register for a class, click here: Niagara 4 ILT Technical Certification Training
VIEW TECH TIP VIDEO: Click to download the original VYKON Integrated Analytics brochure for comprehensive product information. Visit our website for more about how VYKON Integrated Analytics can help you turn big data into a big opportunity.
MHP3904100A100AB10 (dual 100 VA power supply)
<img src="http://controltrends.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/u-s-department-of-energy-300x168.jpg" alt="u-s-department-of-energy" width="300" height="168" class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-15073" />Building on the new commitments to the <a href="http://www.globallightingchallenge.org/">Global Lighting Challenge</a> announced last week during the Clean Energy Ministerial, the<a href="http://www.energy.gov/"> Energy Department</a> is announcing funding for nine research and development projects that will support solid-state lighting (SSL) core technology research, product development, and manufacturing research and development. The projects will help accelerate the development of high-quality light-emitting diode (LED) and <a href="http://www.oled-info.com/introduction">organic light-emitting diode (OLED) </a>lighting products that can significantly reduce energy costs for American families and businesses by using less electricity than products currently in use and ensure that the U.S. remains globally competitive.
Solid-state lighting research and development has contributed to more than $2.8 billion in U.S. energy cost savings over the past 15 years, and further improvements in the technology will increase those savings even more in the years to come,” said Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz. “By 2030, solid-state lighting could reduce national lighting electricity use by nearly half—which would equate to the total energy consumed by 24 million American homes today and could save American families and businesses $26 billion annually.”
Today’s most advanced LED products are about 10 times more energy efficient than conventional incandescent lighting and last more than 25 times longer. LEDs are intense sources of light consisting of inorganic materials, where OLEDs are diffuse light sources that consist of organic materials.