Edge iO 28 Controller
low-cost, wireless hardware
Edge iO 28 Controller
Monitor & Control Building Assets

The Edge iO 28 is Nube iO’s building controller that provides a low-cost control solution for small to medium sized buildings. We’ve taken the best parts of legacy devices and condensed them into one low-cost, IoT ready controller.

This building controller serves a number of purposes. Firstly, this device aggregates all building data from assets and field devices. Secondly, it controls building sub-systems. Thirdly, it sends and receives data from the cloud.

The Edge iO 28 controller is a general purpose ethernet-based building controller with 28 on board inputs and outputs. It can be set up as a master and/or a slave configuration for IO expansion and supports peer-to-peer communication. The Edge iO-28 can be programmed as remote IO via flow based programming. Alternatively, for application specific control, the logic code can be loaded directly onto the Edge iO-28.

Common Uses for the Edge iO 28 Controller
Edge iO 28 Building Controller
Deploy this controller as a new standalone building management system (BMS)
Extract data from an existing BMS
Control HVAC, lighting and other sub-systems and assets
Extract data from building assets and send it to 3rd party cloud services
Create schedules, alarms and alerts for given paramaters
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Key Features
  • Edge device and secure VPN provides easy access to building data
  • Integrates with existing BMS and building assets
  • Monitor and control building equipment and environmental conditions
  • Collection, storage, and analysis of large amounts of data
  • Structured export of data for use in the Nube iO platform or 3rd party analytics platform
  • Browser based programming. No need for expensive software and licensing. Support for low cost hardware and sensors.
  • MQTT
  • Modbus
  • XML
  • CSV
  • LoRa (Long Range/ Low Power Wireless Sensors)
  • KNX
  • SQlite
  • Obix (Can push data to an Obix Server)
  • Inputs: 7 Universal and 7 Digital Inputs Outputs: 7 Universal, 2 Relay, and 5 Digital Outputs
  • Connectivity: USB client for power and communications, USB host, 2x Ethernet, HDMI, and 2x 46 pin headers
  • Programming: browser-based flow programming with a drag-and-drop interface and export/import features
  • Network design: IP-based. The controllers can be programmed to communicate over an IP-based protocols such as MQTT
  • Power Supply: 24V AC/DC
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