What is bacnet ?

BACnet (Building Automation and Control Networks) is an international open protocol designed to allow communication of building automation and control systems for applications such as heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning control, lighting control, access control, fire detection systems and their associated equipment.

BACnet is now an open and international protocol that allows data communication between ventilation, air conditioning, lighting, access control, fire safety systems and their associated services.

BACnet has become a national standard in more than 30 countries, a European standard and a worldwide ISO standard.

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What are the benefits of BACnet ?

BACnet gives facility owners and managers flexibility and mobility because it integrates the products of several vendors within a single standardized system. It is also designed to ensure that HVAC, lighting, fire, access and security devices interoperate.

Owners can opt for the best services and technologies available, knowing that their investment will be protected and that they will be able to expand their existing systems without being captive to their original suppliers.

BACnet also simplifies the control from one control workstation in buildings where there are devices from various vendors.

The benefits of BACnet are: international standardization of an open and independent vendor protocol, its self-documentation and as a result its strength and reliability during engineering and operation.

What are BIBBs ?

A BIBB (BACnet Interoperability Building Blocks) is a simple definition of an interoperability function or capability that refers to a specific set of BACnet features that must be implemented by a device to support that BIBB. The intent of BIBB is to provide a way for the specifier to write a performance specification without needing to understand all of the technical details of how it would be implemented. BIBBs are divided into six categories; data sharing, alarms & events, scheduling, trending, device management, and network management.