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6 digital inputs | 4 analog inputs | 4 relay outputs
Remote & local control | Programmable by means of simple behavioral rules
Alerts to multiple recipients on local events (SMS, Call, Email, Chat, HTTP...)

FCC Part 15 compliant

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Avior is an industrial DIN rail unit for supervision and control through WiFi and cellular networks. Avior can work both as a passive remote controller managed by remote commands (CLOUD) or as a programmable controller deploying actions in response of events (EDGE).
Avior has plenty of input, output and communication CHANNELS, each of them can be enabled or disabled and can trigger events:
  • • Six digital inputs including pulse counter and time counter features
  • • Four software configurable analog inputs
  • • Four dry contact relay outputs
  • • Wiegand interface
  • • Infrared transmitter and receiver
  • • Com port (command and transparent mode)
  • • Local and remote expandability
  • • Dual power supply with monitoring and working time counter
  • • Backup battery with monitoring and working time counter
  • • Filesystem and SDcard interface up to 32 GB
  • • Upgrade over the air (command)
Avior can receive commands and send by emails, chat messages, HTTP links.
All units provide WiFi and Bluetooth communication. Additional features available for units equipped with cellular communication for 2G 3G and 4G networks:
  • • Send and receive SMS
  • • Send and receive phone calls
  • • Play audio file during phone calls
  • • Detect keyboard commands during phone calls
  • • Provide fallback connectivity when WiFi is not available


HOW IT WORKS
Avior can be used as-is when it is controlled from remote (CLOUD).
Avior can also work independently (EDGE) and be programmed by means of RULES (up to 500).
A rule is activated by a TRIGGER EVENT associated with a channel (i.e.: input change, incoming email, infrared command, wiegand code, etc).
Up to 5 optional CONDITIONS can be set for each rule (i.e: status of an input, analog input measured value, last wiegand code, etc).
Existing conditions will be verified once the rule is activated.
Up to 5 COMMANDS can be set to be deployed when rule is triggered and conditions verified.

THIS UNIT IS AVAILABLE WITH DUAL OPTION FOR MAIN POWER SUPPLY
(TERMINALS 11 AND 12)
DIRECTLY FROM THE ELECTRICAL NETWORK – ISOLATED
FROM LOW VOLTAGE SOURCE – NON ISOLATED


NEGATIVE 01
ANALOG INPUT 1 02
ANALOG INPUT 2 03
ANALOG INPUT 3 04
ANALOG INPUT 4 05
POSITIVE 3,3 V 06
DIGITAL INPUT 1 07
DIGITAL INPUT 2 08
DIGITAL INPUT 3 09
DIGITAL INPUT 4 10
DIGITAL INPUT 5 11
DIGITAL INPUT 6 12
13 MAIN POWER SUPPLY
14 MAIN POWER SUPPLY
15 NC
16 OUTPUTS COMMON
17 RELAY OUTPUT 1
18 RELAY OUTPUT 2
19 RELAY OUTPUT 3
20 RELAY OUTPUT 4

WiFi controller with optional PLMN connectivity. Full Type Approved and compliant with Radio Equipment Directive and with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Complete and detailed specifications available on EXTENDED GUIDE.


  • • DIN EN-50022 rail 4 modules
  • • Polycarbonate self-extinguish UL94-V0
  • • Weight: < 200 g
  • • Operating temperature: -20 ... 60 °C
  • • Relative humidity: 5 ... 95% non condensing
  • • Degree of protection IP40
  • • Altitude < 2000 m
  • • Equipment Class II – DOUBLE INSULATION
  • • Optional Li-Poly backup battery
WiFi
  • • Protocols: 802 b/g/n
  • • Frequency: 2,4 ∼ 2,5 GHz
  • • Output power: 20 dBm
  • • Antenna gain: 1 dBi EMBEDDED
  • • Security: WPA / WPA2
  • • Range indoor: 30 m TYPICAL
  • • Range outdoor: 100 m TYPICAL
POWER SUPPLY – VERSION L –
  • • AC Voltage: 9 … 27 V
  • • DC Voltage: 9 … 35 V polarity independent
  • • Current: < 690 mA MAX
AUX POWER SUPPLY
  • • RJ45 modular connector
  • • Voltage: 5 VDC
  • • Current: 50 … 300 mA TYPICAL
6 DIGITAL INPUTS
  • • Input voltage: 3 … 9 VDC
  • • Input current: 2mA @ 5V
  • • Activation time: 1 … 35535 sec
  • • Pulse counter width: > 20 ms
  • • Pulse counter frequency: < 25 Hz
  • • Running counter: up to 999999 min
4 Relay outputs
  • • SPST contacts
  • • Rated current 3 A
  • • Rated voltage 250 Vac
  • • Breaking capacity 750 VAMAX
Bluetooth
  • • Protocols: v4.2 BR/EDR and BLE
  • • Frequency: 2,4 ∼ 2,5 GHz
  • • Output power: 0 dBmTYPICAL
  • • Output power range: -12 … +12 dBm
  • • Antenna gain: 1 dBi EMBEDDED
  • • Range indoor: 10 m TYPICAL
  • • Range outdoor: 25 m TYPICAL
POWER SUPPLY – VERSION M –
  • • AC Voltage: 85 … 264 V – 47 ... 63 Hz
  • • DC Voltage: 120 … 370 V polarity independent
  • • Current: < 100 mA @ 230VAC
Data interface
  • • RS-232 (RJ45 modular connector)
  • • 115200 bit/s
  • • 8 data bit, 1 stop bit, no parity
4 Analog INPUTS
  • • Input: 0 … 10V | 0 ... 20mA | NTC
  • • Resolution: 0,014V | 0,028mA | 0,1°C
  • • Impedance: 25kΩ | 100Ω
  • • Accuracy: ±2%
  • • Full scale value: ±1000000
  • • Adjustable zero reading
Infrared
  • • Receiver angle: ±45°
  • • Receiver distance: > 15 m
  • • Transmitter angle: ±20°
  • • Transmitter distance: > 2 m

To access mobile networks, the unit must be equipped with a PLMN 2G or 4G card, both of which allow automatic band selection.

OPTION PLMN 2 G
  • • Bands: B2/B3/B5/B8 (1900/1800/850/900)
  • • SIM card: microSIM 3FF – 3V / 1,8V
  • • Output power: Class 4 (2W) for 850/900
  • • Output power: Class 2 (1W) for 1800/1850
  • • Data GPRS uplink: 85,6 Kbps
  • • Data GPRS downlink: 85,6 Kbps
OPTION PLMN 4 G
  • • LTE Bands: B3/B7/B20 (1800/2600/800)
  • • UMTS Bands: B1/B8 (2100/900)
  • • GSM Bands: B3/B8 (900/1800)
  • • SIM card: microSIM 3FF – 3V / 1,8V
  • • Output power: Class 4 (2W) for EGSM900
  • • Output power: Class 2 (1W) for DCS1800
  • • Output power: Class 3 (250mW) for WCDMA
  • • Output power: Class 3 (200mW) for LTE
  • • Data LTE uplink: up to 8,96 Mbps
  • • Data LTE downlink: up to 10 Mbps
  • • Data UMTS uplink: up to 42 Mbps
  • • Data UMTS downlink: 5,76 Mbps
  • • Data EDGE uplink: up to 236,8 Kbps
  • • Data EDGE downlink: 296 Kbps
  • • Data GPRS uplink: up to 85,6 Kbps
  • • Data GPRS downlink: 107 Kbps

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GATE CONTROL

Control gates from local keyboard and badges or from smartphone, device, computer in your office or from everywhere in the world.
Regulate the movement of people into and within your parking and building, protecting your employees, assets and property.


CLIMATE CONTROL

Monitor and adjust the house temperature and energy consumption to the real needs of the family, triggering the heating / cooling system according to your preferences, environmental conditions and energy price.


HOME AUTOMATION

Control household appliances from remote through chat messages or by means of SMS and phone calls. Ask for status or receive alerts for local events.
Create your own control strategy based on time and environmental conditions.


HOME ALERTS

Receive an alert if your washing machine shut off or a water leakage is detected.
Be informed in case of blackout or power outage to minimize the loss of food and reduce the risk of foodborne illness.


INTRUSION DETECTOR

Be warned when someone enters your property ! In isolated or unguarded buildings, alarm sirens are not enough to ensure immediate reporting and actions in case of emergency. Issues a message when someone enters your home, driveway, yard, garage…


FAILURES

Report technical faults and receive a further message when the equipment is back to operating condition. Monitor power supply, room temperature, doors left open… Keep trace of working time for industrial machinery, boilers, elevators, vending machines…


OUTDOOR LIGHTING

Control lights according to both pedestrian and car presence or depending from sunset and sunrise time.
Turn it off when you would like to admire the night sky, reducing light pollution and saving money.


STREETLIGHTS

Real time public light intensity regulation is a very attractive solution for reducing light pollution and energy consumption.
In addition, street lights can be used to highlight dangerous situations or traffic accident to help with the rescue work.


DISTRIBUTED CONTROL

Collect information from a set of spatially distributed sensors to monitor performances and schedule maintenance based on real-time data.
Use historic data for future development and planning.


SENSOR NETWORK

Take environmental measures like wind flow, direction and velocity.
Sensor observations will be reported to a centralised unit, but are also available for immediate reading to everyone authorized to access device webpages.


DATA TRANSFER

Use it effectively to send and receive text from local com port over WiFi or cellular network to control any device, machine or process via serial link.