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Metasys® Supervisory Network Controllers

SNE

Supervisory Network Engine

The Metasys SNE Series network engines are a new family of network engines. Network engines are Ethernet-based, supervisory engines that connect BAS networks to IP networks. The SNE network engines succeed the Network Automation Engine (NAE) Series of network engines to further the expansion and enhancement of Metasys supervisory control capabilities. The SNE Series network engines perform a key role in the Metasys system architecture. They provide network management and system-wide control coordination over one or more networks of equipment controllers.

Features

  • Multiple models are available with varying device capacities for integrations that meet the intended application.
  • The SNE runs on Linux, which is a robust, widely-accepted, and readily-supporting operating system.
  • The size of the SNE is much smaller in comparison to the NAE. This smaller size reduces the amount of space you need for mounting, and can potentially reduce the size and cost of control panels.
  • The SNE has 2 GB RAM and 16 GB Flash nonvolatile memory. This memory provides capacity for further upgrades and a longer operational life.
  • Supports connectivity to open network standards for complete flexibility in the selection of field devices. They include BACnet MS/TP, BACnet/IP, N2 Bus, LonWorks, Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP/IP, M-Bus, KNX, Zettler Fire Panel, Tyco C•CURE, victor, and other third-party protocols.

Products List3 items

Product CodeDescription
Requires a 24 VAC or 24 VDC power supply. Includes one Ethernet port, one RS-485 communications port, two standard USB serial ports, and one micro-USB port (future use). Supports one local field bus device integration with a maximum of 50 devices on the trunk. An optional LonWorks adapter can be connected to a USB port to add LON communications. Also supports one BACnet/IP device integration.
Requires a 24 VAC or 24 VDC power supply. Includes one Ethernet port, one RS-485 communications port, two standard USB serial ports, and one micro-USB port (future use). Supports one local field bus device integration with a maximum of 100 devices on the trunk. An optional LonWorks adapter can be connected to a USB port to add LON communications. Also supports one BACnet/IP device integration.
Requires a 24 VAC or 24 VDC power supply. Includes one Ethernet port, two RS-485 communications ports, two standard USB serial ports, and one micro-USB port (future use). Supports two local field bus device integrations with a maximum of 100 devices on each trunk for a maximum of 200 devices per engine. Also includes an RJ12 connection for the FC Bus. An optional LonWorks adapter can be connected to a USB port to add LON communications. Also supports one BACnet/IP device integrations.

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