The MACH-ProSys(tm) is a powerful 32-bit based BACnet? device that delivers value in a high performance building controller. The MACH-ProSys(tm) provides high speed 10/100 Ethernet, SMART-Net communications, 12 inputs and 8 outputs, and protocol support for BACnet?, RCP, and Modbus RTU and TCP (both master and slave). The MACHProSys(tm) controller database allows users to define up to 160 universal I/O on a single address. Additional I/O points are added to the MACHProSys(tm) using MACH-ProPoint(tm) I/O expansion modules. Up to 7 MACH-ProPoint(tm) expansion modules can be added to each MACHProSys(tm) controller.
Modbus, Modbus TCP
Standard Features: BACnet? Protocol - B/IP x 2, Ethernet, MS/TP and PTP RCP; Reliable Controls Protocol (RCP) for backward compatibility with previous generation systems; Supports Modbus RTU and TCP in both master and slave configurations; 12 Inputs - Universal ranges, expandable to 96 using MACHProPoint(tm) expansion modules; 8 Outputs - Universal ranges, 4 outputs support either relay or universal modules, expandable to 64 outputs using MACH-ProPoint(tm) expansion modules; 256 Variables - Selectable standard and custom ranges plus fixed program-driven values; 64 PID Loops - Standard P, PI, or PID controllers for closed loop control BACnet loops supported
Processor - 100 MHz, high-performance 32-bit embedded microcontroller; Memory - 8 MB operating RAM, 1 MB non-volatile RAM (trends and dynamic values), 2 MB Flash EEPROM operating system, database, and controller configuration; Supply Voltages - 24 VAC/VDC, 75 VA; Communications - IEEE 802.3 Ethernet 10/100 BaseT, 2 EIA-485 @ 76.8 kbps max., 1 EIA-232 @ 115.2 kbps max. PC or modem, SMART-Net port; Universal Inputs - 12 universal inputs, 12-bit ADC, Analog: 0-5 VDC, 0-10 VDC 4-20 mA, thermistor (10k pullup to 5V), Digital: dry contact, Impedance: 1 MW for 0-5 VDC range, 20 kW for 0-10 VDC range, 250 W for 4-20 mA range, 10 kW pull-up for thermister/dry contact range, 150 Hz pulse counting (supports flow meters), 24 VAC over voltage protection