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Delivering on the true meaning of IIoT- from buildings to infrastructure
The ILC 2050 BI industrial Niagara controller offers I/O modularity, integrated security and a flexible software-licensing model. This makes the controller ideal for the most demanding applications including buildings, infrastructure and data centres.
Go beyond building automation
The Inline I/O system offers a wide range of digital, analogue, and special-function terminals. The range offers the high performance and accuracy needed for the most demanding applications, while providing modularity.
The integrated Niagara Framework enables IIoT-based automation through standardisation of various data types. This makes it easy to connect with various sensors and actuators regardless of the manufacturer and communication protocol.
63 individual modules connect to one building controller.
- 63 I/O modules with the smallest footprint in the panel
- Seamless integration
- Efficient programming
- Layered station management
- Integrated security
- Flexible licensing
- Network management
Integration made easy Learn how to use the Niagara Controller from Phoenix Contact.
In this short video, a step-by-step tutorial will help you to import locally connected I/O using the ILC2050 BI controller
Experience building IoT solutions virtually now! Experience our smart building
Discover the Phoenix Contact Industry Solution Centre in Bad Pyrmont in a 360° panoramic tour. Move virtually through the building and get an impression of the possibilities of our IoT-based building management.
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