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Video: Features der L-INX 7 L-GATE 7.0 Release

LGATE-952: Universal Gateway

LGATE-952
CEA-709BACnetKNXM-BusModbusMP-BusOPC XML-DAOPC UAEnOceanSMIWireless Local Area Network (WLAN)LTESNMPAlarming (Alarm Management)SchedulingTrending (Historic Data Logging)IoTE-mail NotificationSMS NotificationEthernet (Ethernet Switch)Gateway FunctionLocal ConnectionGlobal ConnectionLocal Manual OperationNetwork SecurityRemote AccessVNC (Virtual Network Computing)Remote Network Interface (RNI)Web Server for Device ConfigurationMathematical FunctionsBackup / RestoreLWEB-900 Integrated Building Management SystemLWEB-802/803 VisualizationBTL-Certified ProductUL Recognized Product

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The LGATE-952 Gateways are powerful universal gateways that can host user specific graphical pages to be used with LWEB‑802/‌803. They can simultaneously integrate and map data points from multiple open protocols. Local operation and override is provided by the built-in jog dial and the backlit display (128x64 pixels). Device and data point information is provided by the Web interface and shown on the display via symbols and in text format.

The powerful universal gateways provide connectivity functions to concurrently integrate CEA-709 (LonMark Systems), BACnet, KNX, Modbus, and M-Bus subsystems. LonMark Systems can be integrated via IP-852 (Ethernet/‌IP) or TP/‌FT‑10. BACnet integration is supported through BACnet/‌IP (Ethernet/‌IP) or BACnet MS/‌TP (RS-485). LGATE-952 features an integrated Remote Network Interface (RNI) to access the TP/‌FT‑10 channel on the device via Ethernet/‌IP.  LGATE-952 implement the BACnet Building Controller (B-BC) profile, can be configured to be a BBMD and are BTL tested and WSPcert certified. In addition, the universal gateways provide connectivity to KNXnet/‌IP and Modbus TCP via Ethernet/‌IP and to Modbus RTU via RS-485. M-Bus and KNX TP1 device integration needs optional interface modules.

The gateway functionality allows data communication between all communication technologies available on the device. Different technology data points are mapped through Local Connections on the device. The mapping of different technology data points on distributed devices is supported by Global Connections. The universal gateways LGATE-952 also support Smart Auto-Connect™ – the automatic generation of connections to substantially reduce engineering efforts and cost. Optionally, mathematical objects can be applied within a connection to calculate the data point output values depending on the formula used. All technology data points are automatically created as OPC XML-DA and OPC UA data.

Each LGATE-952 is equipped with two Ethernet ports. It can either be configured to use the internal switch to interconnect the two ports or every port is configured to work in a separate IP network.

When the Ethernet ports are configured for two separate IP networks, one port can be connected for instance to a WAN (Wide Area Network) with enabled network security (HTTPS) while the second port can be configure to be connected to an insecure network (LAN) where the standard building automation protocols like BACnet/‌IP, LON/‌IP, or Modbus TCP are present. These devices also feature firewall functionality of course to isolate particular protocols or services between the ports. The built-in VPN function provides for simple VPN setup and secure access to remote sites. The LTE-800 interface enables wireless access to remote sites through a mobile carrier.

Using the internal switch, a daisy chained line topology of up to 20 devices can be built, which reduces costs for network installation. The IP switch also allow the setup of a redundant Ethernet installation (ring topology), which increases reliability. The redundant Ethernet topology is enabled by the Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP), which is supported by most managed switches.

The L-GATE devices provide fully featured AST™ functionality (Alarming, Scheduling, and Trending) and can be integrated perfectly into the L-WEB System.

IoT Integration

The IoT function (Node.js) allows connecting the system to almost any cloud service, either for uploading historical data to analytics services, delivering alarm messages to alarm processing services or operating parts of the control system over a cloud service (e.g., scheduling based on Web calendars or booking systems). Processing Internet information such as weather data in forecast-based control is also possible. Finally, the JavaScript kernel also allows implementing serial protocols to non-standard equipment in primary plant control.

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LGATE-952: Universal Gateway Products


LGATE-952
LGATE-952

Universal Gateway

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LPOW-2415A
LPOW-2415A

LIOB-Connect Power Supply, 24 VDC, 15 W

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LPOW-2415B
LPOW-2415B

Power supply unit with power connector 24 VDC, 15 W

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L-MBUS20
L-MBUS20

M-Bus level converter for 20 M-Bus devices

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L-MBUS80
L-MBUS80

M-Bus level converter for 80 M-Bus devices

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LKNX-300
 

KNX interface to connect KNX TP1 devices

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LENO-800
LENO-800

EnOcean Interface 868 MHz Europe

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LENO-801
LENO-801

EnOcean Interface 902 MHz USA/Canada

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LENO-802
LENO-802

EnOcean Interface 928 MHz Japan

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LWLAN-800
LWLAN-800

Wireless LAN Interface IEEE 802.11bgn

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LSMI-800
LSMI-800Standard Motor Interface for 16 motors via EXT port
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LMPBUS-804
LMPBUS-804 MP-Bus Interface for 16 devices per channel, up to 4 channels
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Features

  • Universal gateway
  • Compliant with ANSI/ASHRAE–135‑2012 and ISO 16484‑5:2012 standard
  • B-BC (BACnet Building Controller) functionality
  • Supports BBMD (BACnet Broadcast Management Device)
  • Supports BACnet MS/‌TP or BACnet/‌IP
  • BACnet Client Function (Write Property, Read Property, COV Subscription)
  • BACnet Client Configuration with configuration tool (scan and EDE import)
  • Compliant with CEA‑709, CEA‑852, and ISO/‌IEC 14908 Standard (LonMark System)
  • Supports TP/‌FT‑10 or IP-852 (Ethernet/‌IP)
  • Support of dynamically created or static NVs
  • Support of CEA‑709 user-defined NVs (UNVTs) and Configuration Properties (SCPTs, UCPTs)
  • Remote Network Interface (RNI) with 2 MNI devices
  • Support of KNX/IP directly, KNX TP1 via LKNX-300 Interface
  • M-Bus Master according to EN 13757-3, connection via optional M‑Bus Converter (L‑MBUS20 or L‑MBUS80)
  • Modbus TCP and Modbus RTU (Master or Slave)
  • Automatic creation of Local Connections (Smart Auto-Connect™)
  • Math objects to execute mathematical operations on data points
  • Automatic mapping of network variables to BACnet objects in accordance with CEN/TS 15231:2005
  • Alarming, Scheduling, and Trending (AST™)
  • Node.js support for easy IoT integration (e.g. Google
    calendar, Alexa & friends, multimedia equipment,…)
  • Event-driven e-mail notification
  • Stores customized graphical pages
  • Visualization of customized graphical pages through LWEB‑900 and LWEB‑802/‌803
  • Built-in OPC XML-DA and OPC UA server
  • Dual switched or separated Ethernet ports
  • Access to network statistics
  • Integrated web server for device configuration and monitoring data points
  • Manual operation using the jog dial or VNC client
  • Local and remote access to information about device status and data points
  • 128x64 graphic display with backlight
  • Configurable via Ethernet/‌IP, USB, or TP/FT‑10
  • Connection to EnOcean wireless devices via LENO‑80x Interface
  • Supports SMI (Standard Motor Interface) through LSMI-80x
  • Supports WLAN through LWLAN‑800 Interface
  • Supports LTE through LTE‑800 Interface
  • Supports MP-Bus through LMPBUS-804 Interface
  • Stores user-defined project documentation

Tutorials

Features of L-INX / L-GATE 7.0 Release

This video presents some new features of the L-INX / L-GATE 7.0 Release.

Using EnOcean devices [G003]

This tutorial describes how to use EnOcean with LOYTEC devices.

How to create schedulers (CEA-709) [A001]

This tutorial describes how to create schedulers on an L-VIS Touch Panel with the configuration tool L-VIS Configurator.

How to create a calendar including exception days (CEA-709) [A002]

This tutorial describes how to create a calendar including exception days on an L-VIS Touch Panel with the configuration tool L-VIS Configurator.

How to operate a scheduler on the web interface of a L-INX Automation Server [A004]

This tutorial describes how to use the Web UI of the LINX-101 Automation Server.

How to create a remote scheduler (CEA-709) [A005]

This tutorial describes how to create a remote scheduler on the LINX-101 Automation Server with the configuration tool NL220 LonWorks© Manager.

How to create alarms (CEA-709) [A006]

This tutorial describes how to create alarms on the LINX-101 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to use e-mail configuration [A007]

This tutorial describes how to configure the LINX-101 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to create trend objects [A008]

This tutorial describes how to create trend objects on the LINX-101 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to create schedulers on BACnet devices [A201]

This tutorial describes how to create schedulers on BACnet devices on the LINX-200 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to create a calendar on BACnet devices [A202]

This tutorial describes how to create a calendar on the LINX-200 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to create a remote scheduler on BACnet devices [A205]

This tutorial describes how to create a remote scheduler on the LINX-200 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to create alarms on BACnet devices [A206]

This tutorial describes how to create alarms on the LINX-200 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to create static network variables [B001]

This tutorial describes how to create static network variables on the LINX-101 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to create dynamic network variables [B002]

This tutorial describes how to create dynamic network variables on the LINX-101 Automation Server with the configuration tool NL220 LonWorks© Manager.

How to create network variables by using LNS scan [B003]

This tutorial describes how to create network variables by using LNX scan on the LINX-101 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to create network variables by using network scan [B004]

This tutorial describes how to create network variables by using network scan on the LINX-101 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to import network variables by using CSV file import [B005]

This tutorial describes how to import network variables by using CSV file import on the LINX-101 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to import extern network variables (LNS scan or network scan) [B006]

This tutorial describes how to import extern network variables on the LINX-101 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to create network variables by using Filter Templates [B007]

This tutorial describes how to create network variables by using Filter Templates on the LINX-101 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

Manual creation of BACnet Server Objects [B201]

This tutorial describes how to create BACnet Server Objects manually on the LINX-200 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to create client mappings using network scan [B202]

This tutorial describes how to create client mappings using network scan on the LINX-200 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to create client mappings using EDE file import [B203]

This tutorial describes how to configure the LINX-200 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

A quick start scenario creating an L-WEB database [W002]

This tutorial describes how to create a database with the LWEB-801 Server and the configuration tool L-INX Configurator on the example of configuring the LINX-100 Automation Server.

How to create data points using M-Bus Network Scan [L001]

This tutorial describes how to create data points using M-Bus Network Scan on the LINX-100 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to create and use M-Bus device templates [L002]

This tutorial describes how to create and use M-Bus device templates on the LINX-100 Automation Server with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator.

How to create automatic connections from CEA-709 to BACnet [G001]

This tutorial describes how to create automatic connections from CEA-709 to BACnet on the LGATE-900 Gateway with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator (former L-GATE Configurator).

How to create an L-GATE project from a predefined BACnet side [G002]

This tutorial describes how to create an L-GATE project from a predefined BACnet side on the LGATE-900 Gateway with the configuration tool L-INX Configurator (former L-GATE Configurator).


Specification

Dimensions in mm [inch]

LGATE-952

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Specifications
Type LGATE-952
Dimensions (mm) 159 x 100 x 75 (L x W x H)
Installation DIN rail mounting following DIN 43880, top hat rail EN 50022
Power supply 24 VDC / 24 VAC ±10 %, typ. 2.5 W
Operating conditions 0 °C to 50 °C, 10 – 90 % RH, non condensing, degree of protection: IP40, IP20 (terminals)
Interfaces

2 x Ethernet (100Base-T):
OPC XML‑DA, OPC UA, LonMark IP‑852*, BACnet/‌IP**, KNXnet/‌IP, Modbus TCP (Master or Slave), HTTP, FTP, SSH, HTTPS, Firewall, VNC, SNMP
1 x TP/‌FT‑10* (LonMark System)
2 x USB-A:
WLAN (needs LWLAN‑800)
EnOcean (needs LENO‑80x)
SMI (needs LSMI-804)
MP-Bus (needs LMPBUS-804), LTE (needs LTE-800)

2 x RS‑485 (ANSI TIA/‌EIA‑485):
BACnet MS/‌TP** or
Modbus RTU (Master or Slave)
1 x EXT1:
M‑Bus, Master EN 13757‑3 (needs L‑MBUS20/80)
1 x EXT2:
KNX TP1 (needs LKNX‑300)
1 x EXT3:
SMI (needs LSMI-800)

* Either LonMark IP-852 or TP/‌FT‑10 (no router)
** Either BACnet/‌IP or BACnet MS/‌TP (no router)
Tools L‑INX Configurator
Remote Network Interface 1 RNI with 2 MNI devices
Resource limits
Total number of data points
30 000 LonMark Scheduler 100
OPC data points 5 000 LonMark Alarm Server 1
BACnet objects 2 000 (analog, binary, multi-state) E-Mail templates 100
BACnet client mappings 1 000 Math objects 100
BACnet calendar objects 25 Alarm logs 10
BACnet scheduler objects 100 (64 data points per object) M-Bus data points 1 000
BACnet notification classes 32 Modbus data points 2 000
Trend logs (BACnet or generic) 512 (4 000 000 entries, ≈ 60 MB) KNX TP1 data points 1 000
Total trended data points 1 000 KNXnet/IP data points 1 000
CEA‑709 network variables (NVs) 2 000 Connections (Local / Global) 2 000 / 250
CEA‑709 Alias NVs 2 000 Number of L-WEB clients 32 (simultaneously)
CEA‑709 External NVs (polling) 2 000 Number of EnOcean devices 100
CEA‑709 address table entries 1 000 (non-ECS mode: 15) EnOcean data points 1 000
LonMark Calendar 1 (25 calendar patterns) SMI devices (per channel) 16