Daintree® WGA100

The WGA100 general purpose adaptor provides On/Off switching and 0-10V analog control of devices such as pumps, motors and fans on the Daintree Networked platform.

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Features & Benefits

  • Works on Daintree Networked Wireless Controls System
  • WGA100 can be used to wirelessly control devices such as pumps, motors and contactors
  • Provides power for low voltage sensors, switches, and analog control signals and provides the wireless adaptation that enables them to communicate with the rest of the Daintree Networked wireless control solution
  • AC powered device that provides On/Off switching and 0-10V analog control as well as reporting and monitoring capability of binary and 0-10V analog signal inputs for non-lighting applications
  • The control signals to and from these devices pass between the WGA100 and the Wireless Area Controller (WAC60) in the Daintree Networked platform

Specifications

Controls Platform
Daintree Networked
Color Offering
White
Mounting Options
Snap-in 1/2” nipple for junction box mount, Screw tab and optional mounting bracket
Analog Input
0-10VDC, Max 24V
Analog Output
0-10VDC, 5mA maximum
Low Voltage Output
24VDC, 75mA
Current Consumption
0.95W (@277V, Relay ON) , 0.51W (@277V, Idle, Relay OFF)
Binary Input
Active high (>= 8.25V). Max 40V, Impedance ~22K
Binary Output
(1) LSD (low side driver), 75mA maximum (including attached sensors) 24VDC
LED Status Indicators
Green LED (power), Green LED (joined network), Red LED (error state)
Operating Temp
-20 to 65 °C
Length
9.4 In
Width
1.7 In
Height
1.18 In
Certifications
CSA, FCC
Ratings
Dry
Warranty
5 year limited warranty

Control BMS Devices on One Control Platform

The WGA100 provides On/Off switching and 0-10V analog control as well as reporting and monitoring capability of binary and 0-10V analog signal inputs for a variety of building applications.

Real-Time Monitoring

Binary outputs can be used to wirelessly control devices such as pumps, motors and contactors, while connecting a device to one of the low voltage binary inputs allows the Daintree Controls Software application to report the On/Off state of the attached device.

Daintree Software on a computer

Reporting Capabilities

The 0-10V analog output can be used to wirelessly control the variable speed of a fan, while connecting the 0-10V analog input to a multi-state device, such as a temperature sensor, allows CSM to report the current temperature in real-time.

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