Building Automation Systems

Building automation systems maximize comfort, safety, and energy efficiency at a scalable level. To obtain peak operating performance from HVAC to lighting, a complex and reliable network of accurate data and connections is required. As building control systems move to being localized, the result is platform-based solutions that save time and money, while lower power and flexibility allow buildings to be easily reconfigured to meet changing needs.

Analog Devices building automation system technologies support the explosion of connected devices that enable intelligent buildings. These smaller, scalable, lower power solutions empower a platform approach to building control that monitors, controls, and reconfigures at a local or high level. These solutions fit into existing building network topologies and standards but also have the ability to enable cutting-edge new builds.

Industry’s First Software Configurable Industrial I/O for Building Control and Industrial Automation

Traditional control systems require costly and labor-intensive manual configuration. ADI’s new AD74412R and AD74413R enable flexible control systems to be designed with reconfigurable module channels quickly, easily, and remotely without requiring extensive rewiring. This drastically increases the speed of implementation, flexibility, and the ability to make changes without significant cost and downtime.

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Building Automation: Connecting, Isolating, and Extending

See how isolated CAN FD transceivers with integrated isolated DC-DC converters and I2C bus extenders are used for industrial and building automation applications, and meet the high levels of IEC 61000-4-x ESD and EFT protection for robust operation.

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