HVAC Controllers

Built to work with the WEBs-AX system, Honeywell Spyder® and Stryker controllers give you the versatility you need in a building management system with the flexibility to communicate with the protocols you’re using. So whether you choose the Spyder, Spyder Micro, Spyder with Relays or the off-the-shelf configurability of Stryker, you’ll have the right HVAC controllers to meet your building's specific requirements.

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Take building control to the next level
  • Fastest IP HVAC controllers available
  • Allow for greater bandwidth so you can connect more network data
  • Supported by the Niagara® 4 framework
  • Variety of controllers and I/O modules to meet nearly every building control need
  • BACnet IP support
  • Support of multi-protocols to manage all types of buildings across the building automation industry
  • Uses standard industry framework, reducing training costs and proprietary tools
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The flexibility to handle almost any application
  • Select from a number of product configurations to meet different I/O requirements
  • Programmable to a wide variety of equipment types
  • Removable terminal strips make wiring and service easy when the controller is mounted in hard-to-reach locations
  • Color-coded input/output labels simplify connections and troubleshooting
  • Internal real-time clock and DC power supply
  • Optional integrated actuator saves installation time
  • Compatible with current Sylk wall modules, TR40 and TR70 series, and TR120 (future)
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Complete With WEBs-N4 Configuration
  • Built-in configurations for quick installation
  • Supports both LonWorks and BACnet protocols
  • Configurable for stand-alone, WEBs-AX or WEBs-N4 system applications
  • Can be configured for Zio® and Zio Plus wall modules
  • Built on the Spyder hardware
  • Custom terminal labels and wiring diagrams are created right on the device
  • Ability to create sensor tables so you can reuse existing sensors during retrofit jobs
  • Build accessory loops by adapting unused inputs and outputs to handle other jobs, like running fans
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