Adquio and Casambi in large facilities

Adquio and Casambi in large facilitiesAdquio and Casambi in Large facilities, let’s see how it works. Sometimes you may have the situation of having a Casambi facility with thousands of points to control. When this number exceeds 2 or 3 networks, you start to think that it can be very complex to carry out scenes that affect more than one network simultaneously, but especially, you start to worry when you see hundreds of devices on each network and want to control all of them individually. On many occasions you simply want to monitor the status of each device, to generate an alarm to the person in charge of maintenance of the building.

For these cases, the Adquio ecosystem is of great help to you. It allows you to connect up to 4 complete Casambi installations to each Adquio mini, and using Adquio’s technology of masters and slaves you can add as many such nodes as you need, each controlling 4 Casambi networks. Once you have them all connected, you just need to send all the information to a common point to manage it in a unified way, this is for installations with 3,000 devices or less, simply another Adqiuo working as the master of all the others. In the example image we use an Adquio lite.

With this architecture, you have the possibility to grow as much as you need, and if you need more than 3,000 nodes, Adquio also has a solution, but we will see this in future posts. As you can see in the image, this allows you to individually manage all the devices on all the networks, and work with their variables individually, both those that come to you directly and those that come from the D4I protocol.

With this you can, for example, monitor the status of each lamp individually, but above all you can launch alarms by mail when any node in the network fails.

As you can see, Adquio is becoming more and more a perfect complement for Casambi installations, now focusing on medium/large installations.



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