Product Description

EIKON® is the most advanced graphical programming tool in the industry. With the click of a button, you can build complex control algorithms, diagnose problems, and run real-time or simulated operational data to evaluate the performance of a control sequence. EIKON® makes it easy to understand control sequences, as it does not use cryptic “line by line” computer code.

Created specifically for building control applications, EIKON® offers sophisticated programming features to make your building operation simple and energy efficient. Our library of pre-engineered solutions comprises advanced control algorithms and can easily be tailored to your building’s mechanical HVAC systems, ensuring precise control and comfort.

Using a browser such as Internet Explorer, with no special programming expertise, you’ll be able to evaluate the real-time performance of your building systems, diagnose and quickly resolve problems. EIKON® offers a unique combination of power and simplicity.

Key Features
Intuitive graphical programming tool eliminates the need for complex programming or cryptic computer code
Powerful library of microblocks (control functions) provide the flexibility to develop simple and complex control sequences
Universally understood graphic symbols make control algorithms easy to understand
Flexible simulation mode enables you to view the control routines before system installation, which simplifies development and troubleshooting
Live Graphic Function Blocks (GFBs) are a valuable troubleshooting tool that allow you to view system performance in real-time
Complete integration with WebCTRL for OEMs workstation software for seamless facility programming
Self documentation captures development process
An extensive library of sample GFBs provides pre-engineered solutions to many typical HVACRL control applications. They can be used as-is, or easily modified in EIKON® to meet special requirements
Complete compatibility and functionality with BACnet®, ASHRAE’s industry standard protocol, for programming BACnet objects