As a stand-alone device, ASIC controllers can be connected to TCP/IP network and both telephone and wireless modems. ASIC/2 controllers can evaluate alarm conditions and report to a central station either via Ethernet or modem. This application has benefited the following segment :

  • Single Controller Building Automation System
  • Remote Buildings / Locations
  • Agricultural & Horticultural
  • Electrical Consumption & Demand Monitoring
  • Alarm, Event & Data Reporting

The open nature of ASI controllers and its communication protocol make ASI controllers well suited for networked applications. ASI Controls has developed a system built on the strength of an RS-485 network and Ethernet nodes that allow scalability without the loss of efficiency nor increase in network system administration. The ASI Controls networking strategy allows for :

  • Facilities Management System (FMS)
  • System Integration with other building systems
  • Building Control System
  • Energy Management System

ASI Controls System Architecture