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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)
|Vendor Name||Enlighted Inc.|
|Product Name||BACnet Interface for Enlighted Systems|
|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)
|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|
|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|
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
Router, Clause 6 - List all routing configurations, e.g., ARCNET-Ethernet, Ethernet-MS/TP, etc.
Annex H, BACnet Tunneling Router over IP
BACnet/IP Broadcast Management Device (BBMD)
Does the BBMD support registrations by Foreign Devices? Yes No
Does the BBMD support network address translation? Yes No
Network Security Options:
Non-secure Device - is capable of operating without BACnet Network Security.
Secure Device - is capable of using BACnet Network Security (NS-SD BIBB)
Multiple Application-Specific Keys:
Supports encryption (NS-ED BIBB)
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
|Read/CoV||Analog Input||Derived from EM Base ID*|
|Manage Energy Consumption – Plugload||Total energy consumption of all plugloads||Watt-Hour
|Manage DR Level||Sensitivity to respond to a DR event.
|Manage DR Duration
||Duration of schedule DR event
||Minutes (must be a whole number)
|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%
|Gateway Outage Count
||Count of gateways not currently communicating on the system
|Group Points (Area) - Area is a group of devices on a floor
|Area Energy Consumption – Lighting||Total energy consumption in the area||Watt-Hour
|Read/CoV||Analog Input||Derived from Area Base ID*|
|Area Energy Consumption – Plugload||Total energy consumption of the plugload||Watt-Hour
|Area Occupancy Status
||State of occupancy
0: Unoccupied in an area
|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%
|Area Lighting Control||
Controls light levels for ‘AreaManualOverrideDuration’ minutes
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)
|Area Override||Activates Holiday Override Profile as configured in Manage, for 'AreaManualOverrideDuration' minutes.
|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
||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
|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)
||Air temperature value at the sensor
|Individual Points (Plugloads)|
|Plugload Energy Consumed||Energy consumed by the managed and unmanaged plugload|| Watt-Hour
|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 five minutes to obtain data for all inputs.
Using Switch Group Scene Point:
In the example below, if the user wants to control the switch group, TM_ALL_20 scene, (all lights are at 20 percent dim), the BACnet client should send the value ‘4’ to the (Siemens/Campus 1/Building 11/Floor 111/SWITCH-SW-TEST (Device: 2200004).
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