Video Library Understanding BACnet

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Understanding BACnet Part 1: Briefly, What is BACnet?
Introduction to BACnet modeling and how the object-oriented structure uses Objects, Properties and Services. (3:53)

Understanding BACnet Part 2: Device Modeling
Objects, Properties and Services. (4:06)

Understanding BACnet Part 3: Network Types
BACnet collapses the seven-layer OSI model into a version consisting of only four layers: Application, Network, Data Link and Physical. (4:47)

Understanding BACnet Part 4: BACnet Services
BACnet commands to access and manipulate information and additional functions at the application layer. (4:23)

Understanding BACnet Part 5: Interoperability
Data Sharing, Alarm and Event Management, Scheduling, Trending, and Device and Network Management. (5:54)

Understanding BACnet Part 6: BACnet BIBBs
How BIBBs are used to clarify the BACnet client/server concept and how BIBBs relate to device profiles. (4:46)

Understanding BACnet Part 7: BACnet Device Profiles
How Device Profiles are developed from BIBBs to help us understand how BIBBs function. (3:42)

Understanding BACnet Part 8: BACnet Compliance
Making a commercial device compliant to the BACnet standard. (4:20)

BACnet/SC is a secure, encrypted communication datalink layer that is specifically designed to meet the requirements, policies, and constraints of minimally managed to professionally managed IP infrastructures. This BACnet/SC presentation shows possible routing solutions to BACnet/SC. (11:21)