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NETxAutomation Software GmbH

Member: Yes

Address:

Maria Theresia Straße 41, TOP 10
Wels, 4600 AUSTRIA

Phone: +43 7242 252 900
Fax: +43 7242 252 900 21
Web Site: www.netxautomation.com
Contact: Mr. Stefan Baumgartner
Email: office@netxautomation.com

Description:

NETxAutomation Software GmbH develops and distributes innovative software for medium and large building automation projects. The company's product range includes server and clients (PC and web-based visualizations, energy reporting, shutter control). All products are based upon open standards, such as Modbus, OPC, KNX, BACnet or SNMP and application-specific systems, such as MICROS Fidelio/Opera, Protel, VingCard. System integrators in over 40 countries use NETxAutomation's software in their building automation projects.

 

Product Name Type Connectivity Product Description
NETx BMS ServerSoftware - OPCModbus RTU, Modbus TCPThe NETx BMS Server is a software solution that is responsible for collecting and processing data points from different building automation technologies. It provides a Modbus interface to integrate Modbus data points (Coils, Discrete Inputs, Holding Registers, Input Registers) via Modbus TCP. Native Modbus RTU devices can be connected via UDP/IP or TCP/IP via simple IP-to-RS485 converters. Drivers for other protocols (e.g., KNX, BACnet, SNMP, MICROS Fidelio/Opera, Protel, VingCard) are supported for bidirectional data exchange with Modbus. Using the build-in web server, web-based visualizations can be provided. Data can also be accessed by any third-party client using open management interfaces, such as OPC, BACnet.