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Raising BACnet ® to the Next Level . Our Approach to Building Automation. We believe all building automation devices including BACnet compliant devices should be accessible from an IP Infrastructure. . Building Automation is Embracing IP Networks. Building Automation Network: Hierarchy.

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Raising bacnet to the next level

Raising BACnet® to the Next Level


Our approach to building automation

Our Approach to Building Automation

We believe all building automation devices including BACnet compliant devices should be accessible from an IP Infrastructure.


Building automation is embracing ip networks

Building Automation is Embracing IP Networks


Building automation network hierarchy

Building Automation Network: Hierarchy

We see three layers plus the Internet. Sensors and actuators at the bottom, MS/TP and Modbus fieldbuses in the middle, and Ethernet at the top.


Our strategy put everything up on ip

Our Strategy – Put Everything up on IP

Raising communication up to Ethernet is key to our strategy

Wireless would represent the next step

PoE may become the preferred method when powering BAS devices in the field

We produce automation products that attach to IPnetworks

With structured wiring, the prominent cabling is CAT 5. Fieldbus wiring will become less attractive.


Internet connectivity

Internet Connectivity

We can connect to the Internet with a Skorpion IP Router

Four-port LAN-side switch

WAN-side Ethernet port

WAN-side DHCP client

LAN-side DHCP server

Port Address Translation

Network Address Translation

Port Forwarding

Stateful Firewall

PPPoE protocol for DSL

Web page configuration

A router is needed to view BAS Remote web pages from the Internet.


Bas switch plug play ethernet switch

BAS Switch – Plug & Play Ethernet Switch

Five 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports

Auto-negotiation and Auto-MDIX

Intended for shallow panels

24 VAC/VDC powered

DIN-rail or panel mounting

LED indicators show link, activity and data rate.


Skorpion plug play switch

Skorpion – Plug & Play Switch

Five 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports

Auto-negotiation and Auto-MDIX

Minimal DIN-rail space requirement

24 VAC/VDC powered

DIN-rail mounting

Single-mode or multimode fibre optic versions are available.


Skorpion managed ethernet switch

Skorpion Managed – Ethernet Switch

Eight 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports

Auto-negotiation and Auto-MDIX

SNMP protocol

IGMP snooping with query

Virtual LAN (VLAN)

Quality of Service (QoS)

RSTP or RapidRing®cable redundancy

Port mirroring, portsecurity & rate limiting

Web page configuration

24 VAC/VDC powered

DIN-rail mounting

Dual single-mode or multimode fibre optic versions are available.


Skorpion poe injector

Skorpion PoE Injector

Can fully power one Powered Device (PD)

Mid-span Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE)

Isolated 15.4 W power output

IEEE 802.3af compliant

24 VAC/VDC powered

DIN-rail mounting

This mid-span device will work with any 10/100 Mbps Ethernet switch.


Bas router bacnet ip to bacnet ms tp

BAS Router: BACnet/IP to BACnet MS/TP

In order to communicate between BACnet/IP and BACnet MS/TP a special router is needed. A standard IP router will not do. That is why we designed the BAS Router.


Bas router bacnet ip to bacnet ms tp1

BAS Router: BACnet/IP to BACnet MS/TP

10/100 Mbps Ethernet port

MS/TP EIA-485 port

Opto-isolated EIA-485 transceiver

Serial baud rate up to 76.8 kbps

LED activity indicators on both ports

24 VAC/VDC powered

DIN-rail mounted

Web page configuration

Provides the means for accessing BACnet MS/TP devices from Ethernet.


Bas portable router

BAS Portable Router

The same functionality as the BAS Router can be gained in the BAS Portable Router which is intended for connection to a laptop. It is useful for troubleshooting and commissioning a BACnet MS/TP network.


Bas portable router bacnet ip to bacnet ms tp

BAS Portable Router: BACnet/IP to BACnet MS/TP

Same functionality as the BAS Router

Receives power from a USB port on a laptop computer

Ideal for tools that commission or troubleshoot BACnet networks

Although powered from USB, communication is through Ethernet.


Bas router enhancements

BAS Router Enhancements

Add BACnet/IP Broadcast Management Device (BBMD)

Allows BACnet/IP systems to cross IP routers

Receives Foreign Device Registration requests

Add support for BACnet/Ethernet to MS/TP routing

Companies such as Alerton could use Ethernet and not IP

This feature allows for a greater range of applications

Add support for BACnet/IP to BACnet/Ethernet routing

Supports companies like Alerton with their BACnet/Ethernet equipment

Called a “one-arm router” since only one RJ-45 connector is used


Bas remote versatile web appliance

BAS Remote – Versatile Web Appliance

One capability of the BAS Remote is that it can function as a Modbus master to attached Modbus serial devices such as power meters and drives.


Bas remote versatile web appliance1

BAS Remote – Versatile Web Appliance

BACnet/IP remote I/O

Modbus TCP remote I/O

Universal I/O points

Relay output points

Modbus TCP to ModbusSerial router

Modbus master to attachedModbus ASCII or RTU Slaves

10/100 Mbps Ethernet port

Web page configuration

A 2-wire Modbus serial port provides access to a wealth of Modbus I/O devices.

The BAS Remote I/O count can be increased by adding expansion modules


Bas remote master module

BAS Remote – Master Module

BACnet/IP compliant

B-ASC device profile

6 universal I/O points

2 relay outputs

24 VDC loop supply

Modbus TCP Server

Modbus serial gateway

Expansion port

24 VAC/VDC powered

DIN-rail mounted

LED indicators relate the state of the I/O points while identifying Ethernet activity.


Universal i o analog inputs

Universal I/O − Analog Inputs

Voltage

0-10 VDC

0-5 VDC

1-5 VDC

2-10 VDC

Current

0-20 mA

4-20 mA

Type II or III 10kΩ thermistor

The BAS Remote provides a 24VDC loop supply to power transmitters.


Universal i o analog outputs

Universal I/O − Analog Outputs

Voltage

0-10 VDC

0-5 VDC

1-5 VDC

2-10 VDC

Current

0-20 mA

4-20 mA

Motorized actuators are typically used to position dampers. Position feedback is sensed using an analog input on the BAS Remote.

Analog outputs source current to ground and therefore no loop power supply is required. The output burden can be as high as 750Ω.


Universal i o digital inputs

Universal I/O – Digital Inputs

Dry contact closure

Pulse inputs

Pulse input rates can be as high as 40 Hz. A typical application is meter reading or flow rate measurement. The BAS Remote will accumulate counts or determine pulse rate.


Relay contact outputs

Relay Contact Outputs

Two form “C” contacts

Contacts rated at 2 A and 30 VAC/VDC

Intended for Class 2 circuits

In order to switch higher loads or interface with Class 1 circuits, interposing relays are required. However, with a 2 A contact many loads can be driven directly.


Bas remote power requirements

BAS Remote Power Requirements

24 VAC/VDC

10VA

Half-wave rectified power

Although half-wave rectified power is less efficient, it allows for the sharing of power with other equipment. Interfacing of equipment is much easier since most equipment is not isolated from their power source. With full-wave rectified equipment, a dedicated transformer is required.


Typical bas remote wiring

Typical BAS Remote Wiring


Set up is accomplished through web pages

Set-up is Accomplished Through Web Pages


Expanding i o points in the field

Expanding I/O Points in the Field

In order to increase the I/O count without adding another Ethernet drop, up to three expansion modules can attach to one master module. Communications between master and expansion is done through a proprietary serial bus.

Master modules carry a BASR-8M part designation while expansion modules are identified as BASR-8X.


Bas remote expansion for additional i o

BAS Remote Expansion for Additional I/O

Same I/O count as the master – six universal I/O and two relay outputs

Instead of a MB Modbus serial gateway port there is an UP port that connects to the master

The DN port connects to and next downstream expansion module


The one cable solution power over ethernet

The One-Cable Solution: Power over Ethernet

Simply make a connection from a PoE compliant Ethernet switch port to the Ethernet port on the BAS Remote.

Both the BAS Remote and field devices can be powered from the data cable.

Saves from purchasing proprietary BAS cabling and the associated cost of installation. May gain you points towards “green” certification.


Bas remote poe to reduce wiring

BAS Remote PoE to Reduce Wiring

Same functionality as BAS Remote Master except no input power requirement!

Used to promote our “One Cable Solution”

Ideal when there is noconvenient source oflow-voltage power

Good for going Green!

The BAS Remote PoE can still provide 24 VDC power for field devices using a single PoE connection.


Bas remote enhancements

BAS Remote Enhancements

Introduce control

Sub-metering application

Modbus-BACnet gateway

Web Services

Add more BACnet services


Bas remote introduce control

BAS Remote – Introduce Control

As a remote I/O device the BAS Remote cannot make control decisions on its own. Control functionality can be gained by incorporating Sedona from Tridium.

Utilizes a graphical programming scheme similar to Niagara Framework

We are allowed to market the product as Niagara Ready after a certification process

Allows customers familiar with Niagara the ability to implement control loops within the BAS Remote

No additional programming tools needed if the system integrator already has Tridium’s Workbench

With Sedona, the BAS Remote can communicate using the SOX protocol with a JACE running Niagara Framework.


Sedona framework graphical programming

Sedona Framework – Graphical Programming

Tridium’s Workbench can be used to program Sedona running in the BAS Remote.


Building controller client residing on ethernet

Building Controller Client Residing on Ethernet

You need a client such as a B-BC in the system since the BAS Remote is only a server.

Fibre is recommended between buildings and copper within buildings.


Bas remote sub metering application

BAS Remote – Sub-metering Application

Sub-metering will become an important application as owners bill individual tenants for energy usage

Two ways of handling power measurement

Pulse meters that provide a pulse per each unit of energy

Modbus interface where calculations only need to be read

Modify the BAS Remote to directly handle sub-metering

Incorporate the new BACnet object for meter reading

Allow the customer to scale the meter through a web page

Handle multiple pulse or Modbus meters

Provide retentive memory in the event of a power outage

Maintain profiles of common Modbus meters in memory


Bas remote modbus to bacnet gateway

BAS Remote – Modbus to BACnet Gateway

Currently the BAS Remote can function as a Modbus TCP to Modbus serial router

Add Modbus serial to BACnet gateway in order to allow Modbus register to BACnet object mapping

Configuration through web page or product selection menu

Allows Modbus devices to be seamlessly treated as BACnet objects such as BO, BI, AO and AI


Bas remote web services

BAS Remote – Web Services

BACnet is great for those familiar with building automation systems but what about IT personnel?

Add web services functionality to the BAS Remote based upon BACnet/Web Services

Allows IT personnel to access BAS data using XML

Investigate a competing web services technology called oBIX


Bas remote add more bacnet services

BAS Remote – Add More BACnet Services

Add Foreign Device Registration which allows the BAS Remote to communicate through IP routers

Add Change-of-Value (COV) that will allow the BAS Remote to only report to a client any change in value of a point by more than a preset amount

Add Read-Property-Multiple (RPM) which allows for more efficient transfer of data


Our products are green

Our Products Are “Green”


Thank you

Thank You

Visit our web site at http://www.ccontrols.com


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