BACnet® Gateway 100
The Gateway 100 allows system integrators to add WEMS wireless I/O into 3rd party BMS systems that are BACnet® IP compatible. The modules and sensors communicate to the Gateway using the WEMS protocol, the information sent is translated by the Gateway and communicated back to your BMS via BACnet® IP, where all I/O appears as BACnet® objects.
Using a Gateway, system integrators can combine multiple different wireless frequencies to suit different scenarios and also mix wired comms with wireless communications to create a system that’s cost-effective for both the integrator and client.
- Supports Schneider Electric, Trend, Siemens and Tridium BMS platforms
- 2KM wireless range (line of sight)
- MX wireless I/O compatible
- Integrated wireless I/O compatible
- Low power consumption, typically 1.5W
- Reliable, 100% solid-state
- Simple user interface
BACnet Gateway - a quick tour
Watch our quick video guide showing you just how easy it is to discover WEMS Wireless I/O & sensors into our BACnet Gateway and make them available as a BACnet Objects to your BACnet IP compatible BMS system.
In this short demo, Andy will discover some I/O, configure the BACnet objects and provide some insight on just how simple our wireless BACnet Gateway is to use.
Our BACnet Gateway allows system integrators to add robust and reliable wireless I/O to their BMS system, quickly and easily.
Connects via BACnet IP
Our BACnt Gateway connects to many BMS platforms via the robust BACnet IP protocol to add wireless communications to almost any BACnet IP compatible system. Simply plug in your laptop, discover your I/O and you're good to go.
Simple HTML5 Interface
Our easy to use web-based interface will have you up and running in no time at all. Simply discover the devices, configure your BACnet objects and discover them into your BACnet IP compatible BMS system.
Robust Wireless Comms
Our wireless comms are not only robust and reliable, but they're also proven in over 5,500 site installations in the UK and worldwide. That's tens of thousands of modules and sensors.