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Product Description

Designed to be mounted directly on a piece of mechanical equipment, the BACview6 provides local access to control and operational properties of equipment. The BACview6 simply plugs into an Rnet connection (available on all OEMCtrl controllers) and allows you to display and modify manufacturer-defined properties without any computer software. The BACview6 features a numeric keypad, directional keys, and four programmable function keys. A large 4-line by 40-character backlit LCD display is provided for easy reading even in poor lighting conditions. The device also includes an alarm indicator light and audible warning.

HMI - Human Machine & Technician Interfaces

Put end-users in control with robust, customizable interfaces for applications of any size. Our products feature brightly-lit displays, user-friendly controls and flexible designs that allow different mounting styles. You can even use our Viewbuilder software to build custom screens to add even more value to your equipment.

Key Features
Compatible with I/O Zone, I/O Flex, UPC, XPC, OEMPrtl Pro and I/O Pro
Build your custom screens with ViewBuilder
Flexible design allows panel or wall mounting; can be located up to 500 feet from the control panel.
Can share Rnet (OEMCtrl sensor network) with up to 5 Room Sensors.
Backlit LCD display enhances reading even in poor lighting conditions.
Password protection provides security.
Allows customization of building properties for each project using standard HTML.
Power and comm supplied by OEMCtrl controller local access port or OEMCtrl sensor network port via attached cable.
Powerful system screens are a part of the BACview's firmware.
BACNET Lets a technician view or edit the controller's BACnet Device Instance or the Base BACnet Device ID. The technician can also type Y in the Autogenerate Device ID field to have the BACnet Device Instance generated from the Base BACnet Device ID plus the rotary switch address.
ROUTER Lets a technician view or edit the network number and the controller's address for all networks that the controller is on. If the controller is on the Ethernet, an [–>IP] link is displayed that jumps to the following screen.
IP Lets a technician view or edit network addresses.
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