TAC I/A Series
Building Automation Systems
By partnering with Schneider Electric Building Management Systems, we are able to offer you a complete line of controls products, including three distinct Building Automation Systems: SmartStruxure, TAC I/A Series and Network 8000.
TAC I/A – Intelligent Automation
Utilizing the I/A product line allows Automatic Controls to offer solution-based strategies for your building control needs. The TAC I/A Series Building Automation System provides cost-effective solutions and future scalability for any size job. Delivering an open interoperable solution through the power of the Internet, the I/A Series provides full access and control of your building from anywhere in the world. I/A Series fully supports LON®, BACnet™, OPC®, and Modbus, and is powered by the Niagara Framework®.
LON® Series Controllers
We carry a full line of LonMark™ compliant Equipment Controllers (MNL-50, MNL-100, MNL-150, MNL-200, MNL-800) and VAV Controllers (MNL-V2). These controllers work with the Schneider Electric line of MicroNet S-link sensors (MN-S1,MN-S3,etc.) as well as thousands of other devices sampling from hundreds of product lines. All TAC I/A Series controllers are field programmable using the WorkPlace Tech Tool.
The LonMark™ Association is responsible for setting a common group of guidelines for the assurance of interoperability of LonMark™ certified controls products. Only the LonMark™ certification guarantees this interoperability. We proudly display the LonMark™ symbol as a sign of our commitment to excellence in this area.
BACnet™ Series Controllers
The TAC I/A Series BACnet™ series controllers (MNB-70, MNB-300, MNB-1000, MNB-1000-15) and VAV Controllers (MNB-V2) are an interoperable with native BACnet/IP, BACnet Ethernet, and MS/TP communications. The controllers sequence of operation and graphics are fully programmable using the WorkPlace Tech Tool and can be applied to a wide range of mechanical equipment.
BACnet – A Data Communication Protocol for Building Automation and Control Networks. Developed under the support of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), BACnet is a national standard in more than 30 countries, and an ISO global standard.