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BACnet unit type
#1
Hello, is there a way to add units to bacnet objects (Celsius, ppm etc.)
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#2
I think not.
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#3
For sure, yes.
Standard units here: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=w...yxJPoKFr8Y

Check out the AI object here: http://www.bacnet.org/Bibliography/ES-7-96/ES-7-96.htm


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#4
Hi,

The fact that ASHRAE has specified something does not automatically means it is implemented.

Manufacturers have a lot of freedom in BACnet even if a product is BTL listed.

For a BACnet object there are only 3 properties mandatory and those are ID, Name and Type all other properties are optional including the property Unit.

Nice thing to notice is that even the Value property is optional (:

The Unit property is not existing in the BACnet objects that are hosted by the controller.

BR,
Erwin
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#5
Sorry, folx. I just joined in and did not realize that this was a product spefic forum. Hence my general remark about the BACnet units.

Obviously, I have never heard of the "Logic machine" controller before.

So, I will just opt to leave this forum as there is not enough hours in a day for me to endulge in this hardware as well.

Carry on!


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#6
Is there any possibility to make more objects availible. Have an integrator complaining about the values exported from the Lm. Smile
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#7
Which objects do you miss?
PS. BACnet units will be added in RC2
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