SBS EDGE XN4 - Technical Data 

Tridium’s Niagara Edge 10 is an IP-based field equipment controller powered by the Niagara Framework®. Niagara Edge 10 controllers drive applications such as zone temperature control, and the operation of fan coil units, singlestage air handling units, water-source heat pumps and more

  • Specifications

    Specifications

    • Powered by the Niagara Framework®
    • 5 universal inputs
    • 3 digital outputs
    • 2 analog outputs
    • 1 485 serial port
    • 2 ethernet ports that support daisy-chain topology
    • Expandable via two IO-R-34 modules
    • ACE Deterministic runtime engine*
    • 24VAC/DC source
  • Hardware

    Hardware

    • NXP iMX6 SoloX2: 800 MHz ARM Cortex-A9/M4
    • 512 MB DDR SDRAM
    • 2GB total eMMC flash storage with user space set at 1GB
    • Powered from 24VAC/DC source
    • 5 Universal inputs: Type 3 (10K) thermistors, 0-100K ohm, 0-10VDC, 0-20mA with external resistor, Dry Contact
    • 2 Analog outputs: 0-10VDC, 4mA max output current
    • 3 Digital outputs: Triac, 24VAC @.5 amp
    • 2 10/100MB Ethernet ports capable of daisy chaining
    • 1 RS-485 serial port
    • Real-time clock
    • Secure boot
  • Expandability

    Expandability

    Two (2) IO-R-34 modules connected over a shielded 485 bus

  • Connectivity

    Connectivity

    When data from external sources — i.e. thermostats, variable speed drives, or smart sensors — is required to drive an application, the Niagara Edge 10 allows for connections to those types of external sources using BACNet/ IP, Modbus, and SNMP over an IP network and/or BACnet and Modbus over a 485 network.

  • Environmental specifications

    Environmental specifications

    • Operating temperature: -20 to 60°C
    • Storage temperature: -40 to 85°C
    • Humidity: 5-95% non-condensing
    • Shipping & vibration: ASTM D4169, Assurance Level II
    • MTBF: 10 years
  • Certificate of conformity

    Certificate of conformity

    • FCC Part 15, class b
    • C-UL
    • CE
    • UL916, Open Energy Management Class 2
    • RoHS2
    • REACH
    • WEEE
    • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 205-12
  • Applications

    Applications

    • Fan coil unit
    • Single-stage air handling unit
    • Water source heat pump
    • Zone control
    • Boiler with hot water reset
    • And much more…

SBS EDGE XN4 Key Features

This state-of-the-art controller features a new global design that can be integrated into existing systems and adapted to future challenges.

  • Network

    Network

    • Edge 10 controllers can be daisy chained to continue network connectivity and eliminate the need for separate wiring back to a switch
    • Connect Niagara Edge 10 controllers to your main building or IT network and manage them directly with a Supervisor alongside of a JACE®
    • Use the secondary Ethernet port of the JACE 8000 to create a private network of Niagara Edge 10 controllers
  • Quickly build your network

    Quickly build your network

    Based on the volume of edge devices at a site, adding devices to your Supervisor may be a challenge. Join edge devices to your network more quickly with tools that ease the process of adding and managing a field of edge devices, which reduces overall installation and configuration time.

  • Easily manage and deploy updates

    Easily manage and deploy updates

    Edge devices typically have a single purpose, with multiple devices serving the same function. Use Niagara to create application templates and deploy to multiple devices with specific properties unique to each device.

  • Keep your network secure

    Keep your network secure

    Security is always critical but implementing it across numerous devices on a network can be tedious. Tridium has built tools that assist systems integrators in provisioning and managing security settings across devices.

  • Connectivity

    Connectivity

    When data from external sources — i.e. thermostats, variable speed drives, or smart sensors — is required to drive an application, the Niagara Edge 10 allows for connections to those types of external sources using BACNet/ IP, Modbus, and SNMP over an IP network and/or BACnet and Modbus over a 485 network.