JASIC Open Systems Architecture for Interoperability

ASI Controls

JASIC Open Systems Architecture for Interoperability


  • Support for BACnet™, LonWorks™, Modbus, oBIX, and other industry standards
  • Embedded web server front end for browser-based monitoring and control
  • Graphics library for assembling custom animated 3D images
  • Easily integrate equipment and systems using open industry standard protocols

The ASI Controls JASIC product series is built on the Tridium® Niagara N4™ Framework, providing open systems interoperability through a powerful Java-based  application framework supporting industry standard open protocols including BACnet™, LON™, Modbus, oBIX and more.

System integrators and value-added resellers can leverage the Niagara Framework™ open integration options to seamlessly combine ASI Controls  ASIC/1 terminal unit controllers and ASIC/3 configurable controllers into existing BACnet, LON, or other open protocol networks.

All compatible controllers offer the convenience and security of an embedded web front end. Configuration is done using a web browser, optionally supporting remote configuration of any networked JASIC controller. The JASIC controller can forward alarm and event annunciations from connected sub-networks.  BACnet/IP tunneling enables configuration of any ASI Controls device on the network using the same Visual Expert graphical configuration software as used to configure  ASIC/1 terminal unit controllers and ASIC/3 configurable controllers

JASIC Web Supervisor offers a software-based integration solution for applications requiring  JASIC Open System trend data archiving off of the device, or systems with multiple JASIC Integration Controllers in a network where a single unified front end is required. JASIC Web Supervisor provides centralized system data storage, logging & archiving, and optional alarm & event reporting.

JASIC Niagara 4 Supervisor is a java-based controller supervisor that works seamlessly with ASI Controls hardware thought the connection of our ASI N4 Driver. JASIC Niagara 4 Supervisor provides an up-to-the-second snapshot of building performance via a web-based graphical interface. In addition, it provides users with analytics, data logging, trending, alarms, data archival, master scheduling and a host of other features. It also offers a suite of graphical engineering tools for application development.


  • Centralized system management
  • Quickly navigate to individual buildings using tags to diagnose problems
  • Compare data between buildings
  • Export system data to external databases
  • Integrate BAS to other enterprise applications
  • Integrate to other applications, such as work order management, analytics, etc.
  • Single tool used to program JACE, Niagara Edge controllers and Supervisor
  • Remotely back up JACE and Edge applications to Supervisor
  • Batch provisioning of JACE and Edge firmware upgrades, security credentials, applications and commissioning options from Supervisor
  • Robust built-in analytic capabilities supported by standard Niagara components and visualizations
  • Includes Niagara Analytics, adding data source, functional and
  • Mathematical programming blocks to enable sophisticated analytic algorithms

Easy Configuration with ASI IntelliTASC

The IntelliTASC Niagara module provides graphics configuration and management for ASIC/1 controllers.  IntelliTASC increases set up speed and configuration by allowing for:

  • Automatic addition of a complete set of device points specific to each controller’s programmed personality
  • Automatic Haystack tagging of points
  • Automatic configuration of PxView graphics page appropriate for each controller’s programmed personality
  • Automatic configuration of alarm and history for Zone Temperature
  • And many additional features

Niagara 4, Niagara Framework, and JACE are registered trademarks of Tridium Corporation.   BACnet is a registered trademark of ASHRAE.   LON and LONworks are registered trademarks of Echelon Corporation.   oBIX is a trademark of OASIS.   All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners