The L-INX Automation Server LINX-100 and LINX-101 are used for networking and managing distributed real estate and buildings of any size.
L-INX Servers offer a wide variety of functions that can be combined in any order. The support of standardized communication protocols (CEA-709, OPC, M-Bus, Modbus) makes them multi-faceted for use in open building management systems.
Designed to report high volume of information from remote, LINX also includes an internal SCADA server over which it is possible to design multiple screens with different monitoring values and control any datapoint of the remote building.
The following list resumes the main features of the device:
- Hosts customized pages with dynamic content displayed by LWEB-800 (.NET application)
- Supports alarming, scheduling, and trending (AST™)
- E-mail notification
- Embedded OPC XML-DA server fully compliant with the OPC XML-DA standard
- Supports up to 2000 OPC data points
- Built-in Web server for device configuration
- SNTP support for time synchronization
- Built-in communication test
- OPC status and activity LED
- Network statistics information accessible through OPC data points
- M-Bus Master to integrate M-Bus devices according to EN 13757-3
- Modbus Master to integrate Modbus devices (TCP, RTU)
- Physical inputs and outputs with LIOB-FT I/O Modules & Controllers
- Power Supply: 12-35 VDC / 12-24 VAC supply voltage, typ. 3 Watt
- Dimensions: 107x100x65mm (LxWxH)
- Physical space: 6 TE DIN-rail mountable
The L-INX is a device with an Ethernet communication port over which the user can share information from inside or outside the building. Several filed buses are available for any kind of management with other peripherals that have one of the following buses:
- LonWorks IP-852
- LonWorks TP/FT-10
- Modbus RTU
The L-INX Automation Servers have automation functions for a comprehensive alarming, scheduling, and trending. They feature an integrated OPC XML-DA server and the ability to host customized pages with dynamic content using standard Web technologies.
LINX-100 also includes RNI functions (Remote Network Interface) for LonWorks device installation, using any standard LNS tool like NL220.
The following drawing shows the internal construction block diagram of the LINX-100:
The following drawing shows the internal construction block diagram of the LINX-101:
LINX is a device designed to be installed in DIN rail mounting cabinet and allows the use of different field buses for multiprotocol building control automation.
A free configuration tool is available to configure the L-INX Automation Server LINX-100 and LINX-101. The configuration tool offers a consistent philosophy regarding the handling and operation of the different types of Automation Server and communication technologies (see Data Point Manager under Additional Information for details).
Click on the following link to @Download LINX Configurator@http://www.loytec.com/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=...@
Click on the following link to @Download LVIS/L-WEB Configurator@http://www.loytec.com/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=...@
Click on the following link to @Download the latest LINX Firmware@http://www.loytec.com/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=...@
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