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EM4300 Just for Buildings?

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michael_franz
Admiral
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EM4300 Just for Buildings?

TEAM:

Is there a gateway from Schneider that allows data from EM4300 meters to be read by PME or is this strictly a building product?  Since it does Zigbee it can be integrated with an MPM that translates to BACnet for an Automation Server or Enterprise Server software.

However we cannot find a Schneider device that translates the Zigbee into either ION or Modbus for PME to use.  Would it not be nice if PME added BACnet to its protocols?  BACnet is fraught with intrigue for the newly initiated but is loved by many BMS people.

NOTE:  A Com'X can be fitted with Zigbee.  It appears that csv files can be pushed form the Com'X to PME for historical data.  Am fuzzy on this and if live data can be viewed.

Michael

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Yu_Diao
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Re: EM4300 Just for Buildings?

I think ComX510 with a proper dongle can talk with Zigeebee.

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michael_franz
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Re: EM4300 Just for Buildings?

Will this do live data or just push csv historical?

Yu_Diao
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Re: EM4300 Just for Buildings?

Not sure. Already pinged my colleague who just did a project using Zigbee.

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sesa283561_brid
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Re: EM4300 Just for Buildings?

Yes, the ComX510 with the Zigbee dongle and configured properply can communicate Zigbee. It can then be added in PME and will display live data just like any Modbus device.