The BASstat series of BACnet-compliant wired or wireless communicating thermostats ensure effortless integration into BACnet/IP (Wi-Fi) or BACnet MS/TP (EIA-485) networks. These thermostats are suited for heating, cooling, and ventilation with binary output control for single and multi-stage heat pumps with or without 3rd stage auxiliary heat. An adaptive control algorithm applied to multi-stage on/off control saves energy and ensures comfort for the occupants. Three sensing options are available: built in temperature sensor, input for a remote temperature sensor, or temperature override network command from Building Automation System. Reversing valve (O/B) logic is configurable. Occupancy status can be set from thermostat buttons, a wired ESI input, or over the BACnet network. Thermostat buttons are optionally lockable to prevent unauthorized control or configuration changes. Digital display with graphical icons is easy to read and understand.
Versatile BACnet Communication in Two Options
- BACnet MS/TP in B2 models with MS/TP baud rates 9.6kbps – 76.8kbps (BTL Listed)
- BACnet/IP in BW2 models with 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz Wi-Fi
- Both B2 and BW2 models are BACnet compliant with a B-ASC device profile
- 24VAC (+/-10%) power input
- Digital Display with graphical icons of operation, °C or °F display
- Single or Multi-stage, low voltage binary outputs for
heat pump applications
- Configurable O/B reversing valve control (N.O/N.C.)
- Manual or Auto-changeover modes
- Occupied/Unoccupied modes with 2 sets of Cool set points and 3 set of Heat set points
- Effective run time accumulation for energy consumption calculations
- Built-in temperature sensor
- Remote temperature sensor input
- Occupancy status can be switched (1) locally by the user, (2) by using a separate occupancy sensor, or (3) by using BACnet network command
- Networked current temperature override from BACnet client (BMS)
- Fully Configurable Algorithm control parameters: Deadband, Proportional Gain, Integral Rate, Stage Trip Points, Stage Widths, Short Cycle Delay, Maximum Cycles Per Hour
- Stand-alone operation with setpoints reset and schedule from BACnet BMS or optional full BACnet BMS control
- Non-volatile memory (EEPROM) retains user settings during power loss
- Lockable buttons/user interface
- Operating Environment: 0-50°C, 5-95% RH (non-condensing)
- Wiring: 14 to 22 AWG wires or 1.5 mm2 wires
- Dimensions: 94×118×34 mm (W × H × D)
- Mounts directly onto wall, panel, standard 65×65 mm junction box (hole pitch 60 mm) or standard 2×4 inch vertical junction box (hole pitch 83.5 mm)
The BASstat's white backlit LCD display is large and easy to read, even from a distance. It incorporates graphical icons to aid visual indication of current state of operation. Several icons indicate parameters such as: Active Mode, Cooling stage 1 or 2, Heating stage 1, 2, or 3, Ventilation Only, Fan Active, Occupied/Unoccupied state, and Clock icon to indicate Short Cycle Delay or Max Cycles per hour active waiting state. These icons are very useful in indicating the thermostat's current state of operation.
Six buttons on the BASstat allow users to manipulate temperature set point, change HVAC modes, turn the thermostat ON/OFF, and more. Pressing the Set and Up/Down buttons can manually toggle the thermostat from occupied/unoccupied modes, where BACnet occupancy command is not an option. All 6 of these buttons are lockable in a configurable manner to prevent unauthorized configuration change. Some or all buttons can be locked for application flexibility, making the stat suitable for applications where limited user control is allowed.
Sometimes the ideal location to install the thermostat is not the ideal location to capture a correct representation of the temperature in the room, either because it is near a draft, exposed to sunlight, directly under a ceiling fan, near exterior doors or close to equipment that create hot or cold air. In that scenario, a remote temperature sensor input is available for NTC type 3kΩ thermistor.