Matrikon Industrial’s Building Automation Gateway is a simple rail mountable device that
connects all your building automation data - HVAC, lighting and security - straight to your
Energy or Building Management System database. Building Automation Gateway is a universal
data delivery device ideal for centralized remote monitoring of large campuses, sensitive
manufacturing environments, and multiple building assets.
Universal Device Connectivity
Building Automation Gateway is the ultimate data concentrator. Connect to all your HVAC,
lighting, security and metering equipment on the market, regardless of vendor or protocol.
With a library of hundreds of industrial drivers at its disposal, Building Automation Gateway
can easily support you now and into the future.
The following are examples of the hundreds of protocols and devices Building Automation Gateway supports:
BACNet®, LONWorks, KNX, Johnson Controls N1, N2, SNMP, Modbus Devices, and more…
Direct Application Connectivity
Building Automation Gateway delivers data directly into the most popular process historians
and databases on the market over a secure channel.
Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, OSI PI, AspenTech IP21, Wonderware Historian and more…
Secure Access Control
Building Automation Gateway is designed to seamlessly integrate into an electronic security
perimeter. Building Automation Gateways Gateway has been penetration-tested and vulnerability
scanned against the most comprehensive variety of cyber-attacks to provide maximum protection.
Assured Data Delivery
With other solutions, an unreliable network or a communications outage can leave gaps in your
data. Matrikon Industrial’s Building Automation Gateway’s store-and-forward technology
ensures that your data remains intact. Regardless of communication backbone, GPRS or GSM
Wireless, PSTN (Dialup), or even fibre, communication issues will not affect your data.
For those who need the highest reliability for their data, you need a redundant, hot-failover
system. With Building Automation Gateway, it’s easy to set up a secondary gateway to deliver
the highest level of data delivery.