The FT 6050 smart transceiver system-on-chip from Adesto is designed to help consolidate smart control networks. It includes a quad-core processor that accepts a 10-MHz input clock and can be configured to run at 5 to 80 MHz. On-chip memory includes 64 kB of RAM and 16 kB of ROM. There’s support for 254 network variables and 127 aliases, along with 254 address table entries.
New protocol support for the FT 6050 includes native BACnet and LON router and network managers. Additional support for open-system products includes izoT Net Server, a platform for creating and managing devices, and izoT Commissioning Tool, a front-end graphical user interface. Overall, compatibility is possible with thousands of LON and BACnet devices, in addition to IP access to any FT 6050-based device.
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