U-SDK

Application for remote systems management


Application for remote systems management

U-Sdk is the innovative application that can make Bft automation systems compatible and easily integrated with a BMS network for the supervision of buildings. The system enables direct communication with all cards equipped with the new U-Link protocol, thereby ensuring communication in the building, integrated with Bft systems and other possible devices: access control, air conditioning, lighting, alarms, etc. Up to eight configurable systems are possible, depending on the versioning, for a maximum of 960 operators integratable in the building's supervision network. U-Sdk is also available in the "Light" version for simplified management, and in the "Full" version enabling complete integration of all the Bft card parameters. The pack contains the CD-ROM with the application and the relevant manuals, the USB Bluetooth, the licence and quickstart.

Main features

Outstanding integration with BMS supervision systems and Bft U-Link compatible automation.

Facilitated supervision of all automation controls (open, close, start, stop, etc.), thus providing integrated monitoring of all parameters, with a full overview of diagnostics and alarms (“Full” version)

The option of creating configurable sockets allows commands to be modulated to handle information about the system number, operations and the operator/group of operators being controlled. Available system access-point are automatically detected by Bluetooth.

Technologies
Products list
Application for remote systems management
U-SDK FULL 2

U-Sdk is the innovative application that can make Bft automation systems compatible and easily integrated with a BMS network for the supervision of buildings.

Application for remote systems management
U-SDK LIGHT 8

U-Sdk is the innovative application that can make Bft automation systems compatible and easily integrated with a BMS network for the supervision of buildings.

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