A principal dealer of groundbreaking application-specific semiconductors and embedded systems for the Internet of Things, Adesto Technologies Corporation, publicized how its FT 6050 Smart Transceiver system-on-chip is now a native supporter of several protocol stacks including BACnet/IP, LON®, BACnet MS/TP and LON/IP. The FT 6050 SoC now allows the BACnetand LON industrial protocols to connect simultaneously through the Free Topology channel.
The newest Smart Transceiver will update and make automation and control networks simpler, specifically in smart establishments. The FT 6050 SoCis an open structure thatletsBACnetworkplaces and LON network administrator and integrator gears to be utilized to field-configure, provision and monitor controllers as either one of LON or BACnet devices or both of them. This paves way for a free, perfect architecture, not to mention the user-friendly, fool-proof, and accessible FT media.
Adesto stated how providing simultaneous linkage gives engineers more freedom in the way automation facilities in smart establishments are architected. They can utilize a combination of devices and apps from various sellers and get immediate, decentralized one-on-one communication for office and room controls, security and access control, elevator controls, transportation systems, etc.
The FT 6050 can enable distinguished architectures with lesser SKUs required for inventory, while it also makes the integrator’s work a whole lot simpler and allows more freedom for retrofits and fresh installations both, for OEMs.
The vice president for product management at Adesto, Apurba Pradhan, stated how they acknowledge the fact that their clients are on a look-out for accessible and interoperable systems which are easy to install, and that by merging the 2 most renowned extensively installed open protocols in industrial Internet of Things, BACnet and LON, they are achieving their target.
The cost of the FT 6050 is yet to be disclosed.