Smart Building Products Ltd are delighted to announce their partnership with FieldServer Technologies.
FieldServer Technologies has been a leader in BACnet Gateways for many years, successfully used by all major building automation system manufacturers and integrators. Shop Online for a great range of market leading FieldServer products.
The partnership promotes interoperability solutions when interfacing to other building automation and control networks and devices. By supplying the FieldServer Gateway, Smart Building Products are able to provide solutions to bring together information from between various instruments, systems and devices that use non-compatible protocols, using protocols such as LonWorks and BACnet to permit them to operate seamlessly in a commercial or residential control solution environment.
The basic idea of the FieldServer is to act as a link between two or more different devices, acting as a client and server simultaneously. FieldServer products are feature rich protocol translator gateways, enabling data transfer between the output from an extensive library of other serial and Ethernet protocols used in building automation, HVAC, fire and process control industries.
Protocol gateways for the building automation and fire panel industry
FieldServer Technologies is a wholly owned division of Sierra Monitor Corporation. They design and market a broad range of protocol gateways for the building automation and fire panel industry, to allow users to enhance communication, improve safety and save energy. FieldServer multi-port gateway products, combined with other extensive protocol driver libraries makes the perfect package to achieve interoperability. On-site or in the Cloud, FieldServer supports sharing critical operations data 24/7 via BACnet, EtherNet/IP, Modbus, SNMP and a host of other protocols.
The FieldServer suite of automation gateway products is working effortlessly behind the scenes on site or in the Cloud at over 100,000 locations around the world and at some of the most remote locations on Earth.