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F4-CC Critical Environment Equipment Controllers Catalog Page

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F4-CCM Critical Environment Controller
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Sleek and modern packaging and styling
Provides a modern, aesthetically pleasing industrial design.
Standard hardware and software platform
Uses a common hardware design throughout the family line to support standardized wiring practices and installation workflows. Also uses a common software design to support use of a single tool for control applications, commissioning, and troubleshooting to minimize technical training.
High memory capacity and fast processing power
Provides application engineers with the horsepower to meet sophisticated control requirements.
Auto-Tuned Control Loops
Proportional Adaptive Control (P-Adaptive) and Pattern Recognition Adaptive Control (PRAC) delivers continuous control loop tuning, which reduces commissioning time, eliminates change-of-season re-commissioning, and reduces wear and tear on actuators.
Fast analog input updates and PID control loops
Faster control loops than standard temperature and humidity loops, with sub-second Universal Input updates and sub-second PID control periods, ensure tight control of the environment settings.
Standard BACnet protocol
Provides interoperability with other Building Automation System (BAS) products that use the widely accepted BACnet standard.
Models to support both BACnet MS/TP and N2, with streamlined workflow
Controller can support multiple communication protocols without the need to purchase a special model per protocol and without extra manual setup. If an application configured for N2 communication is loaded on the controller, it automatically communicates through N2. Controllers will otherwise default to MS/TP communication.
BACnet Testing Laboratories (BTL) listed and certified as BACnet Advanced Application Controllers (B-AAC)
Ensures openness and interoperability with other BTL-listed devices. BTL is a third-party agency, which validates that BAS vendor products meet the BACnet industry-standard protocol.
BACnet automatic discovery
Supports easy controller integration into an FX BAS.
Pluggable screw terminal blocks
Pluggable input/output wiring terminal blocks that can be removed from the controller provide electrical installers and field technicians the ability to quickly and easily install and service a controller without the need to disconnect and reconnect the input/output wiring.
Rotary switches for controller address
Easy-to-use rotary switches set the MS/TP address in decimal format.
Universal Inputs and Configurable Outputs
Allows multiple signal options to provide input/output flexibility.
End-of-Line (EOL) switch in MS/TP equipment controllers
Enables equipment controllers to be terminating devices on the communications bus.
Default state for Input/Output wiring validation
Enables validation of the input and output terminals’ wiring without having to download an application file.
Background transfer coupled with enable/disable logic options in Controller Configuration Tool (CCT)
Saves field technicians’ time, enables productivity, and minimizes equipment disruption, since the controllers are operating while file updates take place in the background and the application can be left disabled until the system is ready to run.
SA Bus device provisioning improvements
Saves field technicians time when provisioning SA Bus devices by enabling an equipment controller to transfer and apply firmware files to all the SA Bus devices (PCX, XPM, NS8000) connected to it.