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In January 2006 the
Manufacturers Association and the
Interest Group of North America combined their operation in a new organization called
Testing Laboratories ("BTL") was established by
International to test products as per
standard and support compliance testing and interoperability testing activities and consists of BTL Manager and the BTL working group ("BTL-WG").
protocol defines a number of data link / physical layers, including ARCNET, Ethernet,
/IPv6, Point-To-Point over RS-232, Master-Slave/Token-Passing over RS-485, ZigBee, and LonTalk.
The BTL also provides testing services through
Laboratories. The BTL Managers and BTL working groups of
International administer the test Laboratories. All BTL-recognized
Test Organizations are ISO 17025 accredited.
As a founding member of the
Manufacturers Association, Automated Logic was one of the first to offer products using the industry’s standard protocol –
became ASHRAE/ANSI Standard 135 in 1995, and ISO 16484-5 in 2003. The Method of Test for Conformance to
was published in 2003 as BSR/ASHRAE Standard 135.1.
is under continuous e by the ASHRAE Standing Standard Project Committee 135.
In 2002, Sauter began integrating the standardised
communication protocol into the products.
WebCTRL is a
native, Browser-based building automation system through which users can fully access their buildings' schedules, setpoints, trends, alarms, and other control functions from virtually any computer, anywhere in the world. Users can also control their buildings with WebCTRL from wireless devices such as a tablets and cell phones. WebCTRL supports multiple languages simultaneously and includes a powerful spreadsheet-based reporting tool. A native
system, WebCTRL interfaces with LonWorks, Modbus and many other protocols to provide an integrated solution to building control needs. WebCTRL is certified by the
Testing Laboratory as
Advanced Workstation Software.
products that use the
communication protocol. The simulation models used are based on
had an almost immediate impact on the HVAC controls industry. In 1996 Alerton announced a complete
product line for HVAC controls, from the operator's workstation down to small VAV controllers. Automated Logic Corporation and Delta Controls soon followed suit. As of August 6, 2015, 842 Vendor IDs have been issued and are distributed internationally. Those vendor identifiers can be viewed at the
interfaced to real state-of-the-art
speaking control systems to provide a hybrid
Highly sophisticated systems may use some form of building automation such as
or LonWorks to control the zone valves.
is a Building Automation and Control (BAC) network, that leverage the ASHRAE, ANSI, and ISO 16484-5 standard protocol.
was designed to allow communication of building automation and control systems for applications such as heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning control (HVAC), lighting control, access control, and fire detection systems and their associated equipment. The
protocol provides mechanisms for computerized building automation devices to exchange information, regardless of the particular building service they perform.
Alerton advanced the industry in 1996 with its introduction of Alerton BACtalk, the first product line based on
, the building industry’s standard for open system interoperability.
is a trademark of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).
In the 1990s, the standard became microprocessor-based direct digital controls that process a variety of analog and binary inputs and outputs. KMC offers controllers and software in its KMDigital line using a proprietary protocol as well as a
line with an open systems protocol.. In the 2000s, desire grew for "open" communication systems, and the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) developed the
communication protocol that eventually became the industry open standard. In 2010, KMC
controllers won awards for their MAC "autoaddressing" feature designed to make network installation easier and faster as well as its flexible
programmable thermostat that combined a controller with temperature, humidity, motion, and CO sensors. The thermostat also won a "sustainability" award in 2012. KMC's building automation software won an award in 2011.
protocol defines a number of services that are used to communicate between building devices. The protocol services include Who-Is, I-Am, Who-Has, I-Have, which are used for Device and Object discovery. Services such as Read-Property and Write-Property are used for data sharing. As of ANSI/ASHRAE 135-2016, the
protocol defines 59 object types that are acted upon by the services.
C-Bus is compatible with Translink C-Bus Gateway, OPC, DALI, DSI,
, TCP/IP, Control4,Crestron, AMX, RTI, LonWorks, ModBus, Charmed Quark Controller, the Comfort Intelligent Home System and some other protocols through interfaces.
Some control systems are now being supplied with communications ports that conform to recognized standards such as
, LonTalk or Ethernet many more provide interfaces to and from their own specialised control networks.
More recently, some panels are being networked with standard Ethernet, but this is not yet very common. Most organizations choose to create their own proprietary protocol, which has the added benefit of allowing them to do anything they like, allowing the technology to progress further. However, a bridging layer between the proprietary network and
is usually available.
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