Desigo Control Point is an embedded building management station for operating and monitoring building automation and control systems on BACnet/IP.
Additionally room applications can be operated by the end user (using QMX7 widgets).
The functionality can be adapted to any user profiles – from room users to facility managers.
- Desigo primary plants
- Desigo room automation
- BACnet third-party devices and systems
PXM30-1, PXM40-1 and PXM50-1 touch panels
The touch panel clients are used on projects that require multiple touch panels or third-party devices to operate the same system data. The central web interface PXG3.Wx00-1 can connect multiple devices.
- Multiple touch panels on a plant room, conference room, open office spaces, etc.
- A touch panel in the plant room for on-site operation, remote access via third-party devices.
PXM30-E, PXM40-E and PXM50-E touch panels
The BACnet/IP touch panels can be connected directly to the BACnet network. No additional devices are required to operate the Desigo system.
In addition, the BACnet/IP touch panel also includes a web interface for remote operation using a standard web browser on third-party devices. The functionality of the web interface essentially matches the functionality of the PXG3.W100-1, differing only in the permissible system limits. The integrated web access increases the competitiveness of Desigo on smaller projects since there are no additional costs and installation effort.
- Very small projects: One touch panel for on-site operation of a primary plant. Remote access occurs directly via the integrated web interface on the touch panel.
- Large project with multiple, decentralized touch panels. The central, cross-building operation takes place on Desigo CC.
PXG3.W100-1 and PXG3.W200-1 BACnet/IP web interfaces
The BACnet/IP web interface permits local and remote operation of Desigo primary and room automation stations as well as third-party BACnet/IP devices. The products PXG3.W100-1 and PXG3.W200-1 vary in functionality as well as permissible system limits.
- Remote access to the plant.
- Local operation using third-party devices.