Cost-effective modular controller from Siemens

Published:  04 April, 2013

Siemens, controls, BMS, controller

The Desigo PXC50 freely programmable modular controller from Siemens combines flexibility with cost savings. The unit uses Native BACnet communication, and an IP-enabled version is available. Up to 52 physical I/Os can be connected via TX modules to the controller. In addition third party devices can be easily integrated using TX I/O open modules.

The space-saving design means the controller has a small footprint, helping to keep panel sizes down. Installation costs are reduced as there is no requirement for any screened cables for the external connections

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