How it works
The OpenADR interface is linked to the specific utility program dispatch centers desired for the project site. The program responses are configured in the interface configuration tool and then stored in the device firmware. It is possible to configure multiple program triggers, for example, extreme, moderate or others. The interface sends triggers to the Avion network to implement load reduction scenarios. It is also possible to create multiple program responses and target different response levels to various areas of the building. All configuration and management can be performed remotely.
A single Avi-on Open ADR interface (ISY994-AVION-OADR) per each building is required. Additionally, one Avi-on Sensor Input Module (AVI-SIM-12-24VDC-EA) is needed for each load reduction strategy, along with a power supply (AVI-PS-277-12-250). If remote programming of the demand response scenarios is needed, a Remote Access Bridge (2001RAB-KIT-C-E) should be included.
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OpenADR Demand Response
PARTS & ORDERING
|ISY994-AVION-OADR||Avi-on OpenADR Interface||Link to OpenADR certified demand response dispatch sites, configure program interfaces and response categories|
|AVI-SIM-12-24VDC-EA||Avi-on SIM||Configure the network response to demand response event triggers. One SIM per response type, eg. One response for classrooms and one for hallways would require 2 SIMs|
|AVI-PS-277-12-250||Power Supply||SIM Power supply, one required per project|
|2001RAB-KIT-C-E||Remote Access Bridge||Optional, required to remotely configure DR event responses in the building|
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