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Description

BACnet is an open and neutral communication protocol for networks in building automation and control networks, that is being continuously developed.

BACnet became a worldwide standard with the publishing of EN ISO 16484-5 in 2004. The first standardization followed in 1995 as ANSI/ASHRAE 135.

Advantages

  • Worldwide standardized data communication for building automation
  • Independent of specific technologies
  • Independent of manufacturers
  • Proofed by independent testing laboratories
  • Continuous upgrades
  • Most comprehensive protocol specification for building control technology
  • Integrated functional communication between building control networks, automation stations and sensors and actuators

 
Applications

  • HVAC
  • Lighting control
  • Security and fire alarm systems
  • Elevator monitoring
  • Access control
  • Energy management and energy services
  • Internet services
  • Operations data (XML)
  • Wireless


Supported Media

  • BACnet / IP
  • MASTER-SLAVE / TOKEN PASSING (MS / TP) LAN
  • ISO 8802-3 (Ethernet) LAN
  • ARCNET LAN
  • EIA / CEA-709.1 (LonTalk) LAN
  • POINT-TO-POINT (PTP)
  • ZigBee