WEB-8000 Controller


The WEB-8000 is a compact, embedded IoT (Internet of Things) controller and server platform for connecting multiple and diverse devices and sub-systems. With Internet connectivity and Webserving capability, the WEB-8000 controller provides integrated control, supervision, data logging, alarming, scheduling and network management. It streams data and rich graphical displays to a standard Web browser via an Ethernet or wireless LAN, or remotely over the Internet.

The licensing model for the WEB-8000 controller is simplified and features standard drivers along with optional IO and field bus expansion modules for ultimate flexibility and expandability. The WEB-8000 controller operates with
WEBs-N4, the latest version of the Niagara Framework®, for optimum performance. In larger facilities, multibuilding applications and large-scale control system integrations, WEBs-N4 Supervisor can be used with WEB-8000 controllers to aggregate information, including real-time data, history and alarms, to create a single, unified application.

Part No. : WEB-8000



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• Powerful WEBs-N4 hardware platform with easy software upgrade capability.
• Modular hardware design for fast and easy installation
• Tool-less installation
• Expandable with up to four option modules
• Native Wi-Fi capability
• Standard open drivers included
• Easy to select the right capacity license
• Intuitive user interface
• Modern UX framework and design language (HTML5)
• End users are able to easily customize dashboards
• Advanced charting and visualization

Technical Data

Operating voltage 24 V AC/DC Power Suply
TI AM3352 1000MHz ARM® Cortex™-A8
Removable micro-SD card with 4GB flash total storage/ 2GB user storage
Wi-Fi (Client or WAP) IEEE802.11a/b/g/n
USB type A connector IEEE802.11n HT20 @ 2.4GHz
(2) isolated RS-485 with selectable bias and termination IEEE802.11n HT20/HT40 @ 5GHz
(2) 10/100MB Ethernet ports Configurable radio (Off, WAP, or Client)
Secure boot WPAPSK/WPA2PSK supported
Runs WEBs-4.1 and later Back-up and restore support
Real time clock