Honeywell Eagle CIPer model 50 WEB-EHSERIIESNX26D is a BACnet-compliant heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) building controller. It runs the WEBs-N4 framework, integrating all trades in a building.
CIPer model 50 is the ideal solution for HVAC controls requiring combination with lighting, shading, access control, and security applications.
NOTE: WEBSEHN4LIC CORE LICENSES MUST BE ADDED
Reduced total installed cost: Existing standard Ethernet/LAN infrastructure is used for communication between controllers, 3rdparty BACnet® controllers, and BACnet® front-ends. Costs are further reduced by the flexible and optional use of Panel Bus I/Os (which allow manual override independent of the controller, thus obviating the need for external switches) and of onboard I/Os.
Universal operation: Via Internet browser, CIPper50can be operated from any place, from any PC and/or mobile device connected to the (CIPER50) network! An integrated web-server allows local and remote operation by standard browsers.
Trending: Datapoints can be trended and historical values stored and viewed.
Reliable control performance: Embedded LINUX ensures reliable, independent, and secure operation, especially for systems with Internet access.
Embedded e-mail alarming: Configurable e-mail alarming options allow alarms to be sent (via network or Internet-DSL connection) to e-mail accounts and thus also to mobile device using SMTP protocol.
Direct 24 VAC power supply: No batteries, no movable parts - thus does not require regular maintenance
Ambient temperature: 0 … 40 °C / 32….104 ° F (wallmounting) 0 … 50 °C / 32 …122 °F (cabinet/door mounting)
Power supply: 19 … 29 VAC, 50/60 Hz, or 20 … 30 VDC
Power consumption: Typically dc: 5 W; max. 6 W Typically ac: 9 VA; max. 11 VA
Processor: ARM 9 32-bit processor, 450 MHz
Real-Time Clock: Accuracy: ± 2 minutes per year (at, typically, 25 °C) Buffered typically for 72 h by gold capacitor
The device supports BACnet IP and BACnet MS/TP communications as per ANSI / ASHRAE 135-2008.