Multiprotocol I/O Module with a MAX number of Digital Outputs – a powerful addition to any building automation system.
The MAX-RS series offers a range of modules, including a 24 digital inputs module and a 12 digital outputs module with hand control, both featuring open protocols such as BACnet and Modbus. Open protocols standard offers the versatility of installing the modules in both new and existing facilities, whether it is a system expansion or a retrofit. The maximum number of the most popular types of inputs or outputs allows the module to be a versatile controller extension, whether in a small or large facility.
24 Digital Inputs
The 24 digital inputs module is designed for monitoring data in data centers and HVAC applications. Its compact design allows for multiple inputs to be packed into one housing, resulting in shorter engineering time, faster integration, and easier commissioning.
12 Digital Outputs
The 12 digital outputs module is ideal for HVAC applications, allowing for a direct control of up to 3A loads per single digital output. With HOA switches, manual override of each output is possible, ensuring ultimate control.
MAX-RS Series – 24I, 12O-H
All MAX-RS series modules are equipped with commonly used types of I/Os in building automation, and support open communication protocols including Modbus RTU/ASCII and BACnet MS/TP selectable by a DIP switch. The modules are designed to create distributed control systems by extending the capabilities of building controllers like AAC20, iSMA-B-J8, or MAC36NL with inputs and outputs using serial bus connections.
MAX-IP Series – 24I-IP, 12O-H-IP
All MAX-IP series modules are equipped with commonly used types of I/Os in building automation, and support open communication protocols including Modbus TCP/IP and BACnet IP. The modules are designed to create distributed control systems by extending the capabilities of building controllers like AAC20, iSMA-B-J8, or MAC36NL with inputs and outputs using IP connection. The modules feature two Fast Ethernet ports that work in a switch mode, allowing for a daisy chain connection of multiple units. Additionally, the modules have an RS485 interface that acts as a Modbus TCP/IP to Modbus RTU/ASCII gateway, enabling the connection of extra devices/modules that communicate as servers (slaves) on the serial bus. Commissioning the system is facilitated by the rotary switches used to address the modules.