BACnet Interface for Enlighted Systems-PICS

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Overview

The Enlighted Lighting BACnet/IP interface enables BACnet/IP-based integration between the Enlighted lighting control network and any BACnet® compatible Building Management System (BMS). The Lighting BACnet/IP software installed in Enlighted Manage provides seamless integration between the Enlighted network and the BMS system via BACnet.

BACnet/IP Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (Annex A)

Date        42917
Vendor Name       Enlighted Inc.
Product Name BACnet Interface for Enlighted Systems
Model Name BIES-01
BACnet Device Profile B-ASC, B-RTR
Product Codes NB-BS-01 (Base License: BACnet SW and EM points)
NB-GP-01 (Group Points License: Area Group points)
NG-SP-01 (Individual Points License: Fixture & Plugload points)
Firmware Revision: 1.1
BACnet Protocol Version 1
BACnet Protocol Revision: 14
Product Description Lighting and HVAC Monitoring and Management Systems.

BACnet Standardized Device Profile (Annex L)

  BACnet Operator Workstation (B-OWS)   BACnet Advanced Application Controller (B-AAC)
  BACnet Advanced Operator Workstation (B-AWS) X BACnet Application Specific Controller (B-ASC)
  BACnet Operator Display (B-OD)   BACnet Smart Sensor (B-SS)
  BACnet Building Controller (B-BC)   BACnet Smart Actuator (B-SA)

BACnet/IP Interoperability Building Blocks Supported (Annex K)

DS-RP-B Data Sharing – Read Property B DM-DDB-B Device Management – Dynamic Device Binding B
DS-WS-B Data Sharing – Write Property B DM-DOB-B Device Management – Dynamic Object Binding B
DS-RPM-B Data Sharing – Read Property Multiple-B DM-DCC-B Device Management – Device Communication Control B

Segmentation Capability

Able to transmit segmented messages Window Size
Able to receive the segmented message Window Size

Standard Object Types Supported

Object Type Supported Can be Created Dynamically Can be Deleted Dynamically
Analog Input No No
Analog Value No No
Analog Output No No
Device No No
Binary Input No No
Binary Value No No

Optional Properties Supported

Device Object: Description

All Other Objects: Description

Data Link Layer Options

X BACnet IP, (Annex J)   MS/TP slave (Clause 9), baud rate(s):  
  BACnet IP, (Annex J), Foreign Device   Point-To-Point, EIA 232 (Clause 10), baud rate(s):
  ISO 8802-3, Ethernet (Clause 7)   Point-To-Point, modem, (Clause 10), baud rate(s):
  ATA 878.1, 2.5 Mb. ARCNET (Clause 8)   LonTalk, (Clause 11), medium:
  ATA 878.1, EIA-485 ARCNET (Clause 8), baud rate(s):   BACnet/ZigBee (ANNEX O)
  MS/TP master (Clause 9), baud rate(s):   Other:

Device Address Binding

Is static device binding supported? (This is necessary for two-way communication with MS/TP slaves and certain other devices.): NO

Networking Options

Chekd_Chkbox.png Router, Clause 6 - List all routing configurations, e.g., ARCNET-Ethernet, Ethernet-MS/TP, etc.

Empty_Chkbox.png Annex H, BACnet Tunneling Router over IP

Empty_Chkbox.png BACnet/IP Broadcast Management Device (BBMD)

                Does the BBMD support registrations by Foreign Devices?            Empty_Chkbox.png Yes  Empty_Chkbox.png No

                Does the BBMD support network address translation?                  Empty_Chkbox.png Yes  Empty_Chkbox.png No

Network Security Options:

Chekd_Chkbox.png Non-secure Device - is capable of operating without BACnet Network Security.

Empty_Chkbox.png Secure Device - is capable of using BACnet Network Security (NS-SD BIBB)

    Empty_Chkbox.png Multiple Application-Specific Keys:

    Empty_Chkbox.png Supports encryption (NS-ED BIBB)

    Empty_Chkbox.png Key Server (NS-KS BIBB)

Character Sets Supported

Indicating support for multiple character sets does not imply that they can all be supported simultaneously.

X ISO 10646 (UTF-8)   IBMTM/MicrosoftTM DBCS   ISO 8859-1
  ISO 10646 (UCS-2)   ISO 10646 (UCS-4)   JIS X 0208

If this product is a communication gateway, describe the types of non-BACnet equipment/networks(s) that the gateway supports: NA.

Enlighted Lighting – BACnet/IP Object Mapping

Enlighted BACnet Lighting exposes the following Enlighted Lighting objects over BACnet/IP. After the module is installed in Manage, the lighting objects can be monitored and controlled via BACnet/IP interface.

Lighting BACnet/IPObject Object Description  Unit Access BACnet/IP Object Type Device ID
Base Points (Manage) - The physical/virtual Manage system includes all sensors, areas, and groups
Manage Energy Consumption – Lighting Total energy consumption of all lights  Watt-Hour
(15 minutes)
Read/CoV Analog Input Derived from EM Base ID*
Manage Energy Consumption – Plugload Total energy consumption of all plugloads Watt-Hour
(15 minutes)
Read/CoV Analog Input
Manage DR Level Sensitivity to respond to a DR event. 
1: High
2: Medium
3: Low
4: Special
N/A Write Analog Value
Manage DR Duration
Duration of schedule DR event
Minutes (must be a whole number)
Write
Analog Value
Manage Emergency Status
In an Emergency, lights are turned on or off in the building
0: Off – Lights switch to Auto mode light levels based on their fixture profile
1: On – Lights set to a maximum level of 100%
Binary Write Boolean Value
Gateway Outage Count
Count of gateways not currently communicating on the system
Count
Read/CoV
Analog Input  
Group Points (Area) - Area is a group of devices on a floor
Area Energy Consumption – Lighting Total energy consumption in the area Watt-Hour
(15 minutes)
Read/CoV Analog Input Derived from Area Base ID*
Area Energy Consumption – Plugload Total energy consumption of the plugload Watt-Hour
(15 minutes)
Read/CoV Analog Input
Area Occupancy Status
State of occupancy
0: Unoccupied in an area
1: Occupied
Binary Read/CoV Binary Input
Area Emergency Status – On/off In an Emergency, lights are turned on or off in the area
0: Off – Lights in the area switch to Auto light levels based on their fixture light profile
1: On – Lights in the area are set to a maximum level of 100%
N/A Write Boolean Value
Area Lighting Control

Controls light levels for ‘AreaManualOverrideDuration’ minutes

0: Lights off
1-99: Dim Level
100: Lights full-on, set to 100%
101: Auto – Normal light levels for a commissioned fixture based on its profile.

Note: The Profile Ramp-up time affects override commands issued via API/BACnet. The override command will take effect after the ramp-up time set in the profile ends.  

Percent (must be a whole number)
Write Analog Value
Area Override Activates Holiday Override Profile as configured in Manage, for 'AreaManualOverrideDuration' minutes.
N/A Write Analog Value
Group Points (Switch) - Switch Group is a group of devices on a floor that are controlled together by one or more switches/ERCs
Switch Group Scene

Triggers a given scene override for 1 hour

See Using Switch Group Scene Point.

N/A
Write
Analog Value
Derived from Switch Base ID*

*EM Base ID is the BACnet base address used by the devices on the floor. Area Base ID is the BACnet base address used by the devices in the area.

Lighting BACnet/IPObject Object Description  Unit Access BACnet/IP Object Type Instance ID
Individual Points (Fixtures)
Fixture Energy Consumed Energy consumed by the fixture Watt-Hour
(15 minutes)
Read/CoV Analog Input Derived from Sensor ID
Fixture Dim Level Light output level
0: Lights Off
100%: Lights Full-on
Percent (must be a whole number)
Read/Write/CoV Analog Value
Fixture Temperature
Air temperature value at the sensor
Fahrenheit
Read/CoV
Analog Input
Individual Points (Plugloads)
Plugload Energy Consumed Energy consumed by the managed and unmanaged plugload Watt-Hour
(15 minutes)
Read/CoV Analog Input Derived from Sensor ID
Plugload On/Off State of the plugload
0: Plugload Off
1: Plugload On
 Binary Read/Write/CoV Binary Value Derived from Sensor ID

Note: The BACnet IP polls every 30 seconds to obtain data for all inputs. 

Using Switch Group Scene Point: 

In the example below, if the user wishes to control the switch group to the TM_ALL_20 scene, the BACnet client should send a value of ‘4’ to the (Siemens/Campus 1/Building 11/Floor 111/SWITCH-SW-TEST (Device: 2200004)

Switch_Grp_SceneID.png

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