- The MatrixBBC provides technicians with the ability to dynamically create and delete objects as they are needed. Common objects supported include:
- Bulk I/O Support (MATRIX-BBC-DP-SSB)
Up to 13 STATbus IOX Modules can be connected. This allows a possible maximum count of 144 Universal Inputs, 72 Analog Outputs, and 72 Digital Outputs.
- Full BACnet Data Routing
Routes information between BACnet MS/TP, BACnet/IP, and BACnet/Ethernet (8802-3) networks.
Supports localized, as well as Internet-based BBMD applications that involve Network Address Translation (NAT) equipment.
Acts as a foreign-device registrar, supporting temporary access for engineering tools and other devices across network connections.
- Schedules (32 Max)
Schedules support the ability to adjust values within the MatrixBBC, as well as values on remote devices connected to the BACnet network. Provides full support for flexible weekly scheduling and exception scheduling.
- Data Storage Objects (1000 each, max.)
Analog Value and Binary Value objects are supported. Both provide support for alarming and command prioritization.
- Calendars (32 max)
Supports the ability to define a list of dates, date ranges, and special events for use with Schedules and other programmatic routines
- SPL Program Support (64 program regions max)
Each region supports up to 8kb of compiled program statements with accessibility to all internal objects, as well as data on remote devices connected on the BACnet network.
- GPC Logic Blocks
Common blocks such as Control Loops (PID, Thermostatic, Pulse Pair), Data Movement (Remaps, Netmaps, Broadcasts), and Data Manipulation (Math, Logic, Scale, Input Select, Staging, etc..) can be created and used when necessary.
- Trend Logs (256 max)
Contains BACnet compliant Trend Log objects which sample a single data point within the MatrixBBC or a connected network-device. Supports collection in polled duration or change of value (COV).
|Processor||ARM 920T with embedded Linux OS|
|Termination Count||1 connection|
|Connection Type||RJ-45 female|
|Speed||10/100 MB auto-sensing|
|Connection Type||3 position|
|Termination Count||2 connections|
|Baud Rates||9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 57.6, 76.8, 115.2 (kbps)|
|Termination||249 Ohm, switch selectable|
|Biasing||510 Ohm, switch selectable|
|LED||indication for TXD, RXD|
|Network Load||license enforced, up to 64 devices per port|
|STATbus (Model Specific)|
|Connection Type||4 position|
|Termination Count||STATbus Master - 1 connection (model specific)|
|LED||indication for TXD, RXD|
|Network Load||up to 13 STATbus IOX modules. Consult user documentation for max device limit when using SmartSTAT products.|
|Setup & Configuration|
|Browser||Standard web browsers that support HTML5 include: Internet Explorer 8/9/10, Firefox, Opera 12, Safari 6, and Google Chrome|
|Power Source||24 VAC/VDC, 50/60 Hz, 1.35 A max|
|Operating Temperature||32˚ F to 122˚ F (0˚ C to 50˚ C)|
|Operating Humidity||0 to 90% relative humidity non-condensing|
|Dimensions & Mounting|
|Dimensions||12.9" x 8.3" x 4.0" in. / 7.5 lbs (not including shipping material)|
|FCC - Class A Computing Device; Part 15|
|UL Listed 916 - Management Equipment, Energy (PAZX)|
|cUL Listed - Management Equipment, Energy Certified for Canada (PAZX7)|
|BTL Listed (B-BC Profile)|