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BACnet : the global standard for building automation and control networks, H. Michael Newman, (electronic resource)

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BACnet : the global standard for building automation and control networks
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BACnet
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the global standard for building automation and control networks
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H. Michael Newman
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eng
Summary
  • BACnet is a data communication protocol for building automation and control systems, developed within ASHRAE in cooperation with ANSI and the ISO. This new book, by the original developer of the BACnet standards, explains how BACnet's protocols manage all basic building functions in a seamless, integrated way. This book explains how BACnet works with all major control systems--including those made by Honeywell, Siemens, and Johnson Controls--to manage everything from heating to ventilation to lighting to fire control and alarm systems. BACnet is used today throughout the world for commercial and institutional buildings with complex mechanical and electrical systems. Contractors, architects, building systems engineers, and facilities managers must all be cognizant of BACnet and its applications
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  • BACnet is a data communication protocol for building automation and control systems, developed within ASHRAE in cooperation with ANSI and the ISO. This new book, by the original developer of the BACnet standards, explains how BACnet's protocols manage all basic building functions in a seamless, integrated way. This book explains how BACnet works with all major control systems--including those made by Honeywell, Siemens, and Johnson Controls--to manage everything from heating to ventilation to lighting to fire control and alarm systems. BACnet is used today throughout the world for commercial and institutional buildings with complex mechanical and electrical systems. Contractors, architects, building systems engineers, and facilities managers must all be cognizant of BACnet and its applications
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Newman, H. Michael
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004.62
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TK5105
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.N483 2013
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  • BACnet (Computer network protocol)
  • Building management
  • Computer network protocols
  • Data transmission systems
  • Digital communications
  • Information networks
Summary expansion
  • BACnet is a set of data communication protocols, developed jointly by ASHRAE, ANSI and ISO, for how the automatic control systems in a building--from heating, to ventilation to lighting to fire control and alarm systems-- can communicate with one another and, in turn, offer a centralized way for controlling all systems in a building. The author of this book H. Michael Newman presided as the chairman of the first effort to create this standard, and has been involved with updates and improvements ever since. The BACnet protocols are made use of in central control systems manufactured by companies like Honeywell, Siemens, and Johnson Controls, among many others. BACnet is widely used throughout the world today for commercial and institutional buildings with complex mechanical and electrical systems. Contractors, architects, building systems engineers, and facilities managers must all be cognizant of it and its applications. This book will offer those readers the 'inside wisdom' from the person who actually helped to create this standard specification...making it easier to understand the intent and use of each of the data sharing protocols, the controller requirements, and the opportunities for inter-operability between different proprietary controllers and systems. Readers will appreciate: * The review of history of BACnet and its essential features, including the 'object model,' data links, network layers, and BACnet systems * Coverage such services as alarm and event services, file access services, and remote device management services * Insight into future directions for BACnet, including wireless networking and network security
  • BACnet is a set of data communication protocols, developed jointly by ASHRAE, ANSI and ISO, for how the automatic control systems in a building--from heating, to ventilation to lighting to fire control and alarm systems-- can communicate with one another and, in turn, offer a centralized way for controlling all systems in a building. The author of this book H. Michael Newman presided as the chairman of the first effort to create this standard, and has been involved with updates and improvements ever since. The BACnet protocols are made use of in central control systems manufactured by companies like Honeywell, Siemens, and Johnson Controls, among many others. BACnet is widely used throughout the world today for commercial and institutional buildings with complex mechanical and electrical systems. Contractors, architects, building systems engineers, and facilities managers must all be cognizant of it and its applications. This book will offer those readers the 'inside wisdom' from the person who actually helped to create this standard specification...making it easier to understand the intent and use of each of the data sharing protocols, the controller requirements, and the opportunities for inter-operability between different proprietary controllers and systems. Readers will appreciate: * The review of history of BACnet and its essential features, including the 'object model,' data links, network layers, and BACnet systems * Coverage such services as alarm and event services, file access services, and remote device management services * Insight into future directions for BACnet, including wireless networking and network security
Label
BACnet : the global standard for building automation and control networks, H. Michael Newman, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • 2. A brief history -- 2.1 The beginning -- 2.2 What's an "ASHRAE"? -- 2.3 Title, purpose, and scope (TPS) -- 2.4 SPC 135P is born -- 2.5 The plan -- 2.6 Nashville, 1987 -- 2.7 Working groups are formed -- 2.8 "BACnet" gets its name -- 2.9 The controls companies weigh in -- 2.9.1 Alerton -- 2.9.2 American auto-matrix -- 2.9.3 Andover -- 2.9.4 Automated Logic Corporation -- 2.9.5 Cimetrics -- 2.9.6 Delta -- 2.9.7 Honeywell -- 2.9.8 Johnson Controls -- 2.9.9 Reliable Controls -- 2.9.10 Siemens -- 2.9.11 Trane -- 2.9.12 Other contributors -- 2.10 Conclusion --
  • 3. Fundamentals -- 3.1 How the BACnet standard is organized -- 3.2 The ISO open systems interconnection basic reference model (BRM), ISO 7498 -- 3.3 BACnet protocol architecture -- 3.4 The BACnet application layer -- 3.4.1 The BACnet object model -- 3.4.2 BACnet services -- 3.5 The BACnet network layer -- 3.6 BACnet data links -- 3.7 BACnet encoding -- 3.8 BACnet procedures -- 3.9 BACnet network security -- 3.10 BACnet web services (BACnet/WS) -- 3.11 BACnet systems and specification -- 3.12 Conclusion --
  • 4. BACnet application layer, objects -- 4.1 BACnet object model -- 4.2 Properties -- 4.2.1 Common properties -- 4.3 Object types --
  • 5. BACnet application layer, services -- 5.1 BACnet service descriptions -- 5.2 Alarm and event services -- 5.3 File access services -- 5.4 Object access services -- 5.5 Remote device management services -- 5.6 Virtual terminal services --
  • 6. BACnet network layer -- 6.1 NL protocol data unit structure -- 6.2 Brief description of the NL messages -- 6.2.1 Who-is-router-to-network (WIRTN) -- 6.2.2 I-am-router-to-network (IARTN) -- 6.2.3 I-could-be-router-to-network (ICBRTN) -- 6.2.4 Reject-message-to-network (RMTN) -- 6.2.5 Router-busy-to-network (RBTM) -- 6.2.6 Router-available-to-network (RATN) -- 6.2.7 Initialize-routing-table (IRT) -- 6.2.8 Initialize-routing-table-ack (IRTA) -- 6.2.9 Establish-connection-to-network (ECTN) -- 6.2.10 Disconnect-connection-to-network (DCTN) -- 6.2.11 Challenge-request (CR) -- 6.2.12 Security-payload (SP) -- 6.2.13 Security-response (SR) -- 6.2.14 Request-key-update (RKU), update-key-set (UKS), update-distribution-key (UDK), request-master-key (RMK), set-master-key (SMK) -- 6.2.15 What-is-network-number (WINN) -- 6.2.16 Network-number-is (NNI) -- 6.2.17 Other NL message types -- 6.3 Providing for the distribution of messages to multiple recipients -- 6.3.1 BACnet multicasting -- 6.3.2 BACnet broadcasting -- 6.4 Interconnecting BACnet networks -- 6.4.1 NL procedure for local traffic -- 6.4.2 NL procedure for remote traffic -- 6.5 Router operation -- 6.6 Half-routers -- 6.7 Conclusion --
  • 7. BACnet data link -- 7.1 Ethernet data link -- 7.2 ARCNET data link -- 7.3 Master-slave/token-passing data link (MS/TP) -- 7.3.1 MS/TP basics -- 7.3.2 MS/TP messaging -- 7.3.3 MS/TP slave proxy -- 7.4 Point-to-point data link (PTP) -- 7.4.1 PTP data link management -- 7.4.2 PTP messaging -- 7.4.3 PTP operation -- 7.5 LonTalk data link -- 7.6 Conclusion --
  • 8. BACnet virtual data links -- 8.1 BACnet/IP -- 8.1.1 Internet protocol basics -- 8.1.2 BACnet/IP's "BACnet virtual link layer" (BVLL) -- 8.1.3 B/IP directed messages -- 8.1.4 B/IP broadcasts -- 8.1.5 B/IP to B/IP routing -- 8.1.6 B/IP operation with network address translation (NAT) -- 8.2 ZigBee --
  • 9. BACnet encoding and decoding -- 9.1 BACnet encoding/decoding basics -- 9.1.1 Basic ASN.1 -- 9.2 Encoding the Fixed Part of an APDU -- 9.3 Encoding the variable part of an APDU -- 9.3.1 Application-tagged data -- 9.3.2 Context-tagged data -- 9.3.3 Example of encoding a ReadProperty transaction -- 9.4 Conclusion --
  • 10. BACnet processes and procedures -- 10.1 BACnet alarm and event processing -- 10.1.1 Alarm and event basics -- 10.1.2 COV reporting -- 10.1.3 Event reporting -- 10.2 Command prioritization -- 10.3 Backup and restore -- 10.3.1 Backup -- 10.3.2 Restore -- 10.4 Device restart procedure --
  • 11. Extending and specifying BACnet -- 11.1 Extending BACnet -- 11.1.1 Extended enumerations -- 11.1.2 Proprietary object types -- 11.1.3 Proprietary properties of standard object types -- 11.1.4 Proprietary services -- 11.1.5 Proprietary network layer messages -- 11.2 Designing and specifying BACnet systems -- 11.2.1 Conformance classes and functional groups -- 11.2.2 Interoperability areas, device profiles, and BIBBs -- 11.2.3 The protocol implementation conformance statement (PICS) -- 11.2.4 Suggestions from the field --
  • 12. Future directions -- 12.1 Addendum 135-2012ai, network port object (NPO) -- 12.2 Addendum 135-2012aj, support for IPv6 -- 12.3 Addendum 135-2012al, best practices for gateways, new BIBBs, and device profiles -- 12.4 Addendum 135-2012am, extensions to BACnet/WS for complex datatypes and subscriptions -- 12.4.1 SOAP to REST -- 12.5 Addendum 135-2012an, add MS/TP extended frames -- 12.6 Addendum 135-2012ap, add application interfaces -- 12.7 Addendum 135-2012aq, add elevator/escalator object types and COV multiple services -- 12.8 Conclusion --
  • Appendix A. BACnet object reference -- Appendix B. BACnet services reference -- Appendix C. Acronyms and abbreviations -- Epilogue -- Index
  • 1. Introduction -- 1.1 What is BACnet? A brief overview -- 1.2 The BACnet development process -- 1.2.1 Committee members -- 1.2.2 Working groups -- 1.2.3 Continuous maintenance -- 1.2.4 Public review -- 1.2.5 Versions and revisions -- 1.2.6 The ISO development process -- 1.3 BACnet support groups -- 1.3.1 Rise of the BIGs -- 1.3.2 The BACnet manufacturers' association and BACnet international -- 1.3.3 Marketing BACnet -- 1.3.4 Testing BACnet -- 1.4 Summary --
  • 1. Introduction -- 1.1 What is BACnet? A brief overview -- 1.2 The BACnet development process -- 1.2.1 Committee members -- 1.2.2 Working groups -- 1.2.3 Continuous maintenance -- 1.2.4 Public review -- 1.2.5 Versions and revisions -- 1.2.6 The ISO development process -- 1.3 BACnet support groups -- 1.3.1 Rise of the BIGs -- 1.3.2 The BACnet manufacturers' association and BACnet international -- 1.3.3 Marketing BACnet -- 1.3.4 Testing BACnet -- 1.4 Summary --
  • 2. A brief history -- 2.1 The beginning -- 2.2 What's an "ASHRAE"? -- 2.3 Title, purpose, and scope (TPS) -- 2.4 SPC 135P is born -- 2.5 The plan -- 2.6 Nashville, 1987 -- 2.7 Working groups are formed -- 2.8 "BACnet" gets its name -- 2.9 The controls companies weigh in -- 2.9.1 Alerton -- 2.9.2 American auto-matrix -- 2.9.3 Andover -- 2.9.4 Automated Logic Corporation -- 2.9.5 Cimetrics -- 2.9.6 Delta -- 2.9.7 Honeywell -- 2.9.8 Johnson Controls -- 2.9.9 Reliable Controls -- 2.9.10 Siemens -- 2.9.11 Trane -- 2.9.12 Other contributors -- 2.10 Conclusion --
  • 3. Fundamentals -- 3.1 How the BACnet standard is organized -- 3.2 The ISO open systems interconnection basic reference model (BRM), ISO 7498 -- 3.3 BACnet protocol architecture -- 3.4 The BACnet application layer -- 3.4.1 The BACnet object model -- 3.4.2 BACnet services -- 3.5 The BACnet network layer -- 3.6 BACnet data links -- 3.7 BACnet encoding -- 3.8 BACnet procedures -- 3.9 BACnet network security -- 3.10 BACnet web services (BACnet/WS) -- 3.11 BACnet systems and specification -- 3.12 Conclusion --
  • 4. BACnet application layer, objects -- 4.1 BACnet object model -- 4.2 Properties -- 4.2.1 Common properties -- 4.3 Object types --
  • 5. BACnet application layer, services -- 5.1 BACnet service descriptions -- 5.2 Alarm and event services -- 5.3 File access services -- 5.4 Object access services -- 5.5 Remote device management services -- 5.6 Virtual terminal services --
  • 6. BACnet network layer -- 6.1 NL protocol data unit structure -- 6.2 Brief description of the NL messages -- 6.2.1 Who-is-router-to-network (WIRTN) -- 6.2.2 I-am-router-to-network (IARTN) -- 6.2.3 I-could-be-router-to-network (ICBRTN) -- 6.2.4 Reject-message-to-network (RMTN) -- 6.2.5 Router-busy-to-network (RBTM) -- 6.2.6 Router-available-to-network (RATN) -- 6.2.7 Initialize-routing-table (IRT) -- 6.2.8 Initialize-routing-table-ack (IRTA) -- 6.2.9 Establish-connection-to-network (ECTN) -- 6.2.10 Disconnect-connection-to-network (DCTN) -- 6.2.11 Challenge-request (CR) -- 6.2.12 Security-payload (SP) -- 6.2.13 Security-response (SR) -- 6.2.14 Request-key-update (RKU), update-key-set (UKS), update-distribution-key (UDK), request-master-key (RMK), set-master-key (SMK) -- 6.2.15 What-is-network-number (WINN) -- 6.2.16 Network-number-is (NNI) -- 6.2.17 Other NL message types -- 6.3 Providing for the distribution of messages to multiple recipients -- 6.3.1 BACnet multicasting -- 6.3.2 BACnet broadcasting -- 6.4 Interconnecting BACnet networks -- 6.4.1 NL procedure for local traffic -- 6.4.2 NL procedure for remote traffic -- 6.5 Router operation -- 6.6 Half-routers -- 6.7 Conclusion --
  • 7. BACnet data link -- 7.1 Ethernet data link -- 7.2 ARCNET data link -- 7.3 Master-slave/token-passing data link (MS/TP) -- 7.3.1 MS/TP basics -- 7.3.2 MS/TP messaging -- 7.3.3 MS/TP slave proxy -- 7.4 Point-to-point data link (PTP) -- 7.4.1 PTP data link management -- 7.4.2 PTP messaging -- 7.4.3 PTP operation -- 7.5 LonTalk data link -- 7.6 Conclusion --
  • 8. BACnet virtual data links -- 8.1 BACnet/IP -- 8.1.1 Internet protocol basics -- 8.1.2 BACnet/IP's "BACnet virtual link layer" (BVLL) -- 8.1.3 B/IP directed messages -- 8.1.4 B/IP broadcasts -- 8.1.5 B/IP to B/IP routing -- 8.1.6 B/IP operation with network address translation (NAT) -- 8.2 ZigBee --
  • 9. BACnet encoding and decoding -- 9.1 BACnet encoding/decoding basics -- 9.1.1 Basic ASN.1 -- 9.2 Encoding the Fixed Part of an APDU -- 9.3 Encoding the variable part of an APDU -- 9.3.1 Application-tagged data -- 9.3.2 Context-tagged data -- 9.3.3 Example of encoding a ReadProperty transaction -- 9.4 Conclusion --
  • 10. BACnet processes and procedures -- 10.1 BACnet alarm and event processing -- 10.1.1 Alarm and event basics -- 10.1.2 COV reporting -- 10.1.3 Event reporting -- 10.2 Command prioritization -- 10.3 Backup and restore -- 10.3.1 Backup -- 10.3.2 Restore -- 10.4 Device restart procedure --
  • 11. Extending and specifying BACnet -- 11.1 Extending BACnet -- 11.1.1 Extended enumerations -- 11.1.2 Proprietary object types -- 11.1.3 Proprietary properties of standard object types -- 11.1.4 Proprietary services -- 11.1.5 Proprietary network layer messages -- 11.2 Designing and specifying BACnet systems -- 11.2.1 Conformance classes and functional groups -- 11.2.2 Interoperability areas, device profiles, and BIBBs -- 11.2.3 The protocol implementation conformance statement (PICS) -- 11.2.4 Suggestions from the field --
  • 12. Future directions -- 12.1 Addendum 135-2012ai, network port object (NPO) -- 12.2 Addendum 135-2012aj, support for IPv6 -- 12.3 Addendum 135-2012al, best practices for gateways, new BIBBs, and device profiles -- 12.4 Addendum 135-2012am, extensions to BACnet/WS for complex datatypes and subscriptions -- 12.4.1 SOAP to REST -- 12.5 Addendum 135-2012an, add MS/TP extended frames -- 12.6 Addendum 135-2012ap, add application interfaces -- 12.7 Addendum 135-2012aq, add elevator/escalator object types and COV multiple services -- 12.8 Conclusion --
  • Appendix A. BACnet object reference -- Appendix B. BACnet services reference -- Appendix C. Acronyms and abbreviations -- Epilogue -- Index
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000970221
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unknown
Isbn
9781606502907
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(electronic bk.)
Other control number
10.5643/9781606502907
Specific material designation
remote
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(WaSeSS)bookssj0000970221
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Label
BACnet : the global standard for building automation and control networks, H. Michael Newman, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • 2. A brief history -- 2.1 The beginning -- 2.2 What's an "ASHRAE"? -- 2.3 Title, purpose, and scope (TPS) -- 2.4 SPC 135P is born -- 2.5 The plan -- 2.6 Nashville, 1987 -- 2.7 Working groups are formed -- 2.8 "BACnet" gets its name -- 2.9 The controls companies weigh in -- 2.9.1 Alerton -- 2.9.2 American auto-matrix -- 2.9.3 Andover -- 2.9.4 Automated Logic Corporation -- 2.9.5 Cimetrics -- 2.9.6 Delta -- 2.9.7 Honeywell -- 2.9.8 Johnson Controls -- 2.9.9 Reliable Controls -- 2.9.10 Siemens -- 2.9.11 Trane -- 2.9.12 Other contributors -- 2.10 Conclusion --
  • 3. Fundamentals -- 3.1 How the BACnet standard is organized -- 3.2 The ISO open systems interconnection basic reference model (BRM), ISO 7498 -- 3.3 BACnet protocol architecture -- 3.4 The BACnet application layer -- 3.4.1 The BACnet object model -- 3.4.2 BACnet services -- 3.5 The BACnet network layer -- 3.6 BACnet data links -- 3.7 BACnet encoding -- 3.8 BACnet procedures -- 3.9 BACnet network security -- 3.10 BACnet web services (BACnet/WS) -- 3.11 BACnet systems and specification -- 3.12 Conclusion --
  • 4. BACnet application layer, objects -- 4.1 BACnet object model -- 4.2 Properties -- 4.2.1 Common properties -- 4.3 Object types --
  • 5. BACnet application layer, services -- 5.1 BACnet service descriptions -- 5.2 Alarm and event services -- 5.3 File access services -- 5.4 Object access services -- 5.5 Remote device management services -- 5.6 Virtual terminal services --
  • 6. BACnet network layer -- 6.1 NL protocol data unit structure -- 6.2 Brief description of the NL messages -- 6.2.1 Who-is-router-to-network (WIRTN) -- 6.2.2 I-am-router-to-network (IARTN) -- 6.2.3 I-could-be-router-to-network (ICBRTN) -- 6.2.4 Reject-message-to-network (RMTN) -- 6.2.5 Router-busy-to-network (RBTM) -- 6.2.6 Router-available-to-network (RATN) -- 6.2.7 Initialize-routing-table (IRT) -- 6.2.8 Initialize-routing-table-ack (IRTA) -- 6.2.9 Establish-connection-to-network (ECTN) -- 6.2.10 Disconnect-connection-to-network (DCTN) -- 6.2.11 Challenge-request (CR) -- 6.2.12 Security-payload (SP) -- 6.2.13 Security-response (SR) -- 6.2.14 Request-key-update (RKU), update-key-set (UKS), update-distribution-key (UDK), request-master-key (RMK), set-master-key (SMK) -- 6.2.15 What-is-network-number (WINN) -- 6.2.16 Network-number-is (NNI) -- 6.2.17 Other NL message types -- 6.3 Providing for the distribution of messages to multiple recipients -- 6.3.1 BACnet multicasting -- 6.3.2 BACnet broadcasting -- 6.4 Interconnecting BACnet networks -- 6.4.1 NL procedure for local traffic -- 6.4.2 NL procedure for remote traffic -- 6.5 Router operation -- 6.6 Half-routers -- 6.7 Conclusion --
  • 7. BACnet data link -- 7.1 Ethernet data link -- 7.2 ARCNET data link -- 7.3 Master-slave/token-passing data link (MS/TP) -- 7.3.1 MS/TP basics -- 7.3.2 MS/TP messaging -- 7.3.3 MS/TP slave proxy -- 7.4 Point-to-point data link (PTP) -- 7.4.1 PTP data link management -- 7.4.2 PTP messaging -- 7.4.3 PTP operation -- 7.5 LonTalk data link -- 7.6 Conclusion --
  • 8. BACnet virtual data links -- 8.1 BACnet/IP -- 8.1.1 Internet protocol basics -- 8.1.2 BACnet/IP's "BACnet virtual link layer" (BVLL) -- 8.1.3 B/IP directed messages -- 8.1.4 B/IP broadcasts -- 8.1.5 B/IP to B/IP routing -- 8.1.6 B/IP operation with network address translation (NAT) -- 8.2 ZigBee --
  • 9. BACnet encoding and decoding -- 9.1 BACnet encoding/decoding basics -- 9.1.1 Basic ASN.1 -- 9.2 Encoding the Fixed Part of an APDU -- 9.3 Encoding the variable part of an APDU -- 9.3.1 Application-tagged data -- 9.3.2 Context-tagged data -- 9.3.3 Example of encoding a ReadProperty transaction -- 9.4 Conclusion --
  • 10. BACnet processes and procedures -- 10.1 BACnet alarm and event processing -- 10.1.1 Alarm and event basics -- 10.1.2 COV reporting -- 10.1.3 Event reporting -- 10.2 Command prioritization -- 10.3 Backup and restore -- 10.3.1 Backup -- 10.3.2 Restore -- 10.4 Device restart procedure --
  • 11. Extending and specifying BACnet -- 11.1 Extending BACnet -- 11.1.1 Extended enumerations -- 11.1.2 Proprietary object types -- 11.1.3 Proprietary properties of standard object types -- 11.1.4 Proprietary services -- 11.1.5 Proprietary network layer messages -- 11.2 Designing and specifying BACnet systems -- 11.2.1 Conformance classes and functional groups -- 11.2.2 Interoperability areas, device profiles, and BIBBs -- 11.2.3 The protocol implementation conformance statement (PICS) -- 11.2.4 Suggestions from the field --
  • 12. Future directions -- 12.1 Addendum 135-2012ai, network port object (NPO) -- 12.2 Addendum 135-2012aj, support for IPv6 -- 12.3 Addendum 135-2012al, best practices for gateways, new BIBBs, and device profiles -- 12.4 Addendum 135-2012am, extensions to BACnet/WS for complex datatypes and subscriptions -- 12.4.1 SOAP to REST -- 12.5 Addendum 135-2012an, add MS/TP extended frames -- 12.6 Addendum 135-2012ap, add application interfaces -- 12.7 Addendum 135-2012aq, add elevator/escalator object types and COV multiple services -- 12.8 Conclusion --
  • Appendix A. BACnet object reference -- Appendix B. BACnet services reference -- Appendix C. Acronyms and abbreviations -- Epilogue -- Index
  • 1. Introduction -- 1.1 What is BACnet? A brief overview -- 1.2 The BACnet development process -- 1.2.1 Committee members -- 1.2.2 Working groups -- 1.2.3 Continuous maintenance -- 1.2.4 Public review -- 1.2.5 Versions and revisions -- 1.2.6 The ISO development process -- 1.3 BACnet support groups -- 1.3.1 Rise of the BIGs -- 1.3.2 The BACnet manufacturers' association and BACnet international -- 1.3.3 Marketing BACnet -- 1.3.4 Testing BACnet -- 1.4 Summary --
  • 1. Introduction -- 1.1 What is BACnet? A brief overview -- 1.2 The BACnet development process -- 1.2.1 Committee members -- 1.2.2 Working groups -- 1.2.3 Continuous maintenance -- 1.2.4 Public review -- 1.2.5 Versions and revisions -- 1.2.6 The ISO development process -- 1.3 BACnet support groups -- 1.3.1 Rise of the BIGs -- 1.3.2 The BACnet manufacturers' association and BACnet international -- 1.3.3 Marketing BACnet -- 1.3.4 Testing BACnet -- 1.4 Summary --
  • 2. A brief history -- 2.1 The beginning -- 2.2 What's an "ASHRAE"? -- 2.3 Title, purpose, and scope (TPS) -- 2.4 SPC 135P is born -- 2.5 The plan -- 2.6 Nashville, 1987 -- 2.7 Working groups are formed -- 2.8 "BACnet" gets its name -- 2.9 The controls companies weigh in -- 2.9.1 Alerton -- 2.9.2 American auto-matrix -- 2.9.3 Andover -- 2.9.4 Automated Logic Corporation -- 2.9.5 Cimetrics -- 2.9.6 Delta -- 2.9.7 Honeywell -- 2.9.8 Johnson Controls -- 2.9.9 Reliable Controls -- 2.9.10 Siemens -- 2.9.11 Trane -- 2.9.12 Other contributors -- 2.10 Conclusion --
  • 3. Fundamentals -- 3.1 How the BACnet standard is organized -- 3.2 The ISO open systems interconnection basic reference model (BRM), ISO 7498 -- 3.3 BACnet protocol architecture -- 3.4 The BACnet application layer -- 3.4.1 The BACnet object model -- 3.4.2 BACnet services -- 3.5 The BACnet network layer -- 3.6 BACnet data links -- 3.7 BACnet encoding -- 3.8 BACnet procedures -- 3.9 BACnet network security -- 3.10 BACnet web services (BACnet/WS) -- 3.11 BACnet systems and specification -- 3.12 Conclusion --
  • 4. BACnet application layer, objects -- 4.1 BACnet object model -- 4.2 Properties -- 4.2.1 Common properties -- 4.3 Object types --
  • 5. BACnet application layer, services -- 5.1 BACnet service descriptions -- 5.2 Alarm and event services -- 5.3 File access services -- 5.4 Object access services -- 5.5 Remote device management services -- 5.6 Virtual terminal services --
  • 6. BACnet network layer -- 6.1 NL protocol data unit structure -- 6.2 Brief description of the NL messages -- 6.2.1 Who-is-router-to-network (WIRTN) -- 6.2.2 I-am-router-to-network (IARTN) -- 6.2.3 I-could-be-router-to-network (ICBRTN) -- 6.2.4 Reject-message-to-network (RMTN) -- 6.2.5 Router-busy-to-network (RBTM) -- 6.2.6 Router-available-to-network (RATN) -- 6.2.7 Initialize-routing-table (IRT) -- 6.2.8 Initialize-routing-table-ack (IRTA) -- 6.2.9 Establish-connection-to-network (ECTN) -- 6.2.10 Disconnect-connection-to-network (DCTN) -- 6.2.11 Challenge-request (CR) -- 6.2.12 Security-payload (SP) -- 6.2.13 Security-response (SR) -- 6.2.14 Request-key-update (RKU), update-key-set (UKS), update-distribution-key (UDK), request-master-key (RMK), set-master-key (SMK) -- 6.2.15 What-is-network-number (WINN) -- 6.2.16 Network-number-is (NNI) -- 6.2.17 Other NL message types -- 6.3 Providing for the distribution of messages to multiple recipients -- 6.3.1 BACnet multicasting -- 6.3.2 BACnet broadcasting -- 6.4 Interconnecting BACnet networks -- 6.4.1 NL procedure for local traffic -- 6.4.2 NL procedure for remote traffic -- 6.5 Router operation -- 6.6 Half-routers -- 6.7 Conclusion --
  • 7. BACnet data link -- 7.1 Ethernet data link -- 7.2 ARCNET data link -- 7.3 Master-slave/token-passing data link (MS/TP) -- 7.3.1 MS/TP basics -- 7.3.2 MS/TP messaging -- 7.3.3 MS/TP slave proxy -- 7.4 Point-to-point data link (PTP) -- 7.4.1 PTP data link management -- 7.4.2 PTP messaging -- 7.4.3 PTP operation -- 7.5 LonTalk data link -- 7.6 Conclusion --
  • 8. BACnet virtual data links -- 8.1 BACnet/IP -- 8.1.1 Internet protocol basics -- 8.1.2 BACnet/IP's "BACnet virtual link layer" (BVLL) -- 8.1.3 B/IP directed messages -- 8.1.4 B/IP broadcasts -- 8.1.5 B/IP to B/IP routing -- 8.1.6 B/IP operation with network address translation (NAT) -- 8.2 ZigBee --
  • 9. BACnet encoding and decoding -- 9.1 BACnet encoding/decoding basics -- 9.1.1 Basic ASN.1 -- 9.2 Encoding the Fixed Part of an APDU -- 9.3 Encoding the variable part of an APDU -- 9.3.1 Application-tagged data -- 9.3.2 Context-tagged data -- 9.3.3 Example of encoding a ReadProperty transaction -- 9.4 Conclusion --
  • 10. BACnet processes and procedures -- 10.1 BACnet alarm and event processing -- 10.1.1 Alarm and event basics -- 10.1.2 COV reporting -- 10.1.3 Event reporting -- 10.2 Command prioritization -- 10.3 Backup and restore -- 10.3.1 Backup -- 10.3.2 Restore -- 10.4 Device restart procedure --
  • 11. Extending and specifying BACnet -- 11.1 Extending BACnet -- 11.1.1 Extended enumerations -- 11.1.2 Proprietary object types -- 11.1.3 Proprietary properties of standard object types -- 11.1.4 Proprietary services -- 11.1.5 Proprietary network layer messages -- 11.2 Designing and specifying BACnet systems -- 11.2.1 Conformance classes and functional groups -- 11.2.2 Interoperability areas, device profiles, and BIBBs -- 11.2.3 The protocol implementation conformance statement (PICS) -- 11.2.4 Suggestions from the field --
  • 12. Future directions -- 12.1 Addendum 135-2012ai, network port object (NPO) -- 12.2 Addendum 135-2012aj, support for IPv6 -- 12.3 Addendum 135-2012al, best practices for gateways, new BIBBs, and device profiles -- 12.4 Addendum 135-2012am, extensions to BACnet/WS for complex datatypes and subscriptions -- 12.4.1 SOAP to REST -- 12.5 Addendum 135-2012an, add MS/TP extended frames -- 12.6 Addendum 135-2012ap, add application interfaces -- 12.7 Addendum 135-2012aq, add elevator/escalator object types and COV multiple services -- 12.8 Conclusion --
  • Appendix A. BACnet object reference -- Appendix B. BACnet services reference -- Appendix C. Acronyms and abbreviations -- Epilogue -- Index
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