Integrated Building Automation Solutions

Integrated Building Automation Solutions
For Investors, Planners and Technicians
IPC
I/O
Automation
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Integrated building automation for
investors, planners and technicians
With this catalog we would like to provide investors, planners and technicians
with solutions to enable them to make future-proof decisions both for new buildings and for modernisation projects. We give a detailed answer to the question
about intelligent building automation concepts that cater to the current global
and demographic trends: increasing population figures, increasing urbanisation,
increasing environmental pollution and at the same time increasingly scarce
energy resources, which necessitate an urgent rethink.
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Industrial Building Automation
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Building Automation as an investment in the future
Requirements of modern buildings
A brief profile of Beckhoff
The high-performance Beckhoff automation system
Components from Beckhoff
Sustainability/long-term availability
References
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Planning l Building systems l Solutions
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Product data
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Building Automation as an investment in the future
Electrical
energy
Transportation
28 %
Building
41 %
15 %
Heating
Cooling
Industry
85 %
31 %
31 % worldwide
Energy consumption
Energy consumption in buildings
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Transport
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Consistent investment in the future:
Building Automation from Beckhoff.
41 % of the total worldwide primary energy
requirement is consumed by buildings. About
85 % of that is used for to the heating or cooling
of rooms and 15 % for lighting. This way, it immediately becomes clear that the question of investment in new buildings or modernisation projects
is above all a question of optimising energy
efficiency. And there are several reasons for that.
Firstly, there are ecological reasons: the early
assessment of demands during the planning of a
building determines whether it already fulfils the
desired energy efficiency class today. Secondly,
there are economic reasons: with the choice of
a highly efficient building automation system
from Beckhoff you tap into an energy-saving
potential of up to 30 %, which directly affects
the rentability of your investment.
How can this be achieved? The answer is: with
a system-spanning, holistic automation solution
that uses synergies efficiently and drastically
reduces the energy consumption of a building.
This can be implemented only with the use of an
intelligent, software-based control system that
has all information from all building systems at
its disposal at all times and uses this information
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Area
Operation
Measures
User behaviour, saving of energy,
Savings
Amorti-
potential
sation in
in %
years
5 – 20
0–5
10 – 60
2 – 10
> 50
10 – 60
“active energy management”
Plant tech- HVAC, cooling, lighting, control,
nology
motors, actuators, trigeneration
Building
Insulation, windows, thermal
envelope
bridges, building physics
Source: VDMA
specifically to optimise efficiency. Whether lighting or facade,
air conditioning or access are concerned: all building systems
are co-ordinated with one another and finely tuned – the
possibilities of continuous system optimisation ensure the
maximum possible reduction of the energy consumption.
In combination with the inexpensive implementation, these
savings give rise to two key benefits: firstly, the possibility
of particularly fast amortisation (see table on the right) – in
comparison with other energy efficiency investments. And
secondly, reliable future security: with building automation
from Beckhoff, it is possible to retrofit at a later time if
required.
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Requirements of modern buildings
How to build traditionally:
with bricks.
How to build flexibly:
with concrete.
How to build safely:
with steel.
How to build intelligently:
with automation components from Beckhoff.
Energy efficiency is the no. 1 criterion.
But it is not the only one.
The ecological requirements of a building are
always identical: it is necessary to achieve the
maximum energy conservation, to reduce emissions of gases that are harmful to the climate and,
in addition to meeting legal requirements,
to do justice to various certification methods
(DGNB, LEED, BREEAM, Green Building, etc.).
That is where the similarities end, however,
because the requirements of the automation
solution of a building are defined by three individual parameters: its location, the way it is
used and its specific design. No two buildings are
identical. Each software-based Beckhoff control
solution is therefore tailor-made to meet the specific requirements. But that is not all: extensions
or changes of function are possible at any time
for all building systems on account of the predefined modular software components. And so
that such an integrated solution is sustainable,
with Beckhoff you can rely not only on the technology, but also on it being available to you over
the entire life cycle of the building.
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To put it briefly: with a control solution from Beckhoff you
not only implement maximum energy efficiency, but also
Economy/independence: The open Beckhoff control
architecture meets all technical and economic requirements.
Availability: The Beckhoff technology is available on
a long-term basis and offers investment security.
Universality: With Beckhoff, all data points in a system
are integrated.
Flexibility: Variably combinable software modules ensure optimum individual adaptation.
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Beckhoff. Worldwide specialist for
New Automation Technology.
Beckhoff implements open automation systems
based on PC Control technology. The product
range covers Industrial PCs, I/O and Fieldbus
Components, Drive Technology and automation
software. Products that can be used as separate
components or integrated into a complete
and seamless control system are available for
all industries. The Beckhoff “New Automation
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Technology” philosophy represents universal and
open control and automation solutions that are
used worldwide in a wide variety of different
applications, ranging from CNC-controlled
machine tools to intelligent building automation.
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Tampere
St. Petersburg
Hyvinkää
Nizhny Novgorod
Stockholm
Tønsberg
Moscow
Gothenburg
Värnamo
Ekaterinburg
Novosibirsk
Samara
Verl
Hobro
Kolding
Haarlem
Henley on Thames
Lübeck
Hanover
Verl
Moers
Malmö
Glostrup
EUROPE
Berlin
Krasnodar
Kaunas
Shenyang
Beijing
Piaseczno
ASIA
Tehran
Kortrijk
Hasselt
Frankfurt
Brno
Crailsheim
Nuremberg
Hagenberg
Balingen
Paris
Berndorf
Ravensburg
Munich
Hallein
Schaffhausen
Budapest
Innsbruck
Lyssach
Zurich Bürs
Montagny-près-Yverdon
Ljubljana
Locarno
Metz-Tessy
Zagreb
Padua
Milan
Bologna
Bilbao
Xi´an
Beirut
Lod
Delhi
Cluj-Napoca
Dubai
Ahmedabad
Mumbai
Sofia
Barcelona
Madrid
Chengdu
Chongqing
Bangalore
Jinan
Seoul
Qingdao
Nanjing Wuxi
Hefei
Shanghai
Ningbo
Wuhan Hangzhou
Yokohama
Taipei
Guangzhou
Shenzhen
Pune
Bangkok
Chennai
Istanbul
Bursa
Aveiro
Athens
AFRICA
Penang
İzmir
Kuala Lumpur
Singapore
Mosta
Jakarta
OUTH AMERICA
Campinas
São Paulo
Joinville
AUSTRALIA
Johannesburg
Novo Hamburgo
Durban
Cape Town
Montevideo
Buenos Aires
Sydney
Melbourne
The central divisions of Beckhoff, such as
development, production, administration,
distribution, marketing, support and service,
are located at the Beckhoff Automation GmbH
headquarters in Verl, Germany. Rapidly growing
presence in the international market is ensured
by 30 subsidiaries. Through worldwide
co-operation partners, Beckhoff is represented
in more than 60 countries.
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Headquarters
Headquarters distributor
Subsidiary
Subsidiary distributor
Auckland
Headquarters Verl, Deutschland
Sales 2013: 435 Mio. €
Staff worldwide: over 2.470
Sales/Technical Offices: 11
Subsidiaries/Branch Offices worldwide: 30
Distributors worldwide:
in more than 60 countries
(as of 04/2014)
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The high-performance Beckhoff automation system
Training
Operation
Commissioning
Implementation
Design
Concept
Idea
Implement a high-performance system:
with Beckhoff.
A holistic building automation system from
Beckhoff brings with it all the characteristics that
are required for a high-performance system:
The connection of all sensors and actuators
of a building into one system requires a
broadly diversified mix of the widest range
of inputs and outputs: Beckhoff offers it.
Computationally intensive building
automation functions such as the correction
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of shading and the adjustment of blind
lamellae have higher demands on the
controller than in the past and therefore
require a scalable, high-performance
controller portfolio: like Beckhoff’s.
The load optimisation of the generators
using room automation data, the connection
of a building management system and the
transmission of global data, such as from a
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weather station to the blind controllers
in a building, requires fast and open
communication: standard with Beckhoff.
As the interoperability of the system
increases, inter-disciplinary knowledge
is required of all areas of the building’s
technical equipment: our specialists have
this know-how.
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Having a consistent TwinCAT project file
structure is a prerequisite for proper plant
maintenance. The central underlying idea is
our component identification system which
assigns a name to each data point and
program module in accordance with defined
rules. The TwinCAT BA Project Builder from
Beckhoff provides the solution.
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Components from Beckhoff
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The components for intelligent
building automation from Beckhoff.
Modular automation components.
The Beckhoff Bus Terminal system for connection
of data points features 400 different I/O terminals
and supports all common sensors and actuators.
The fine granularity of the system allows only
as many inputs or outputs to be plugged in as
the project requires. The extremely high packing
density (12 mm for 16 digital I/Os) reduces space
requirements to a minimum and facilitates later
upgrades. The Bus Terminal system is a worldwide
automation standard and is used in numerous
applications. Availability is thus guaranteed and
provides high investment protection.
Scalable control technology.
The scalable, modular control system from
Beckhoff offers a suitable solution for every
task: from high-performance Industrial PCs for
the management and control level, and compact
Embedded PCs for the intermediate automation
level to the Room Controller BC9191 for the
field level. The high computing performance of
PC-based control technology as well as the high
industrial quality standard of all components has
therefore proven itself not only with our industrial
customers, but also in numerous building
automation projects. The required computing
power for building automation applications is
often underestimated. PC-based Control offers
adequate performance here. Examples: The
synchronous positioning of all blinds in a facade
requires a high speed of reaction. Likewise, a
fast cycle time is demanded for synchronously
positioning all blinds on a facade.
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TwinCAT – efficient engineering
for all building systems
Open communication systems.
For the integration of our controllers into an
existing automation topology, Beckhoff supports
all of the communication protocols commonly
used in the building automation market, such as:
BACnet, OPC UA,
Modbus TCP (automation level)
DALI, DMX, EnOcean, LON, EIB/KNX, SMI
MP-Bus, M-Bus, Modbus RTU (field level)
The Bus Terminal Controllers and PCs
communicate right into the room automation
level via an Ethernet network. This way, lowerlevel fieldbus technology is not necessary in many
projects. Additional gateways for mapping the
data from lower-level fieldbuses are therefore not
required.
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TwinCAT – efficient engineering for all
building systems.
The programming or parameterisation of all
systems takes place using TwinCAT automation
software. The PLC is programmed in accordance
with the IEC 61131-3 standard. Long-term access
to adequately qualified technicians is required
for the permanent safe operation of a building.
Since the majority of controllers worldwide are
programmed according to IEC 61131-3, the
TwinCAT system is ideal for engineering
in building automation. All programs are
programmable in the same language and are
available as function blocks in the building
automation libraries. Life cycle costs are reduced,
because the expenditure for maintenance
concentrates on the same programming software.
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1980 1986 1995 1996 1999 2000 2002 2004
Foundation of
the company
First PCbased
machine
controller
Bus Terminal
fieldbus
technology in
terminal block
format
TwinCAT
real-time
software PLC
BC9000
Ethernet Bus
Terminal
Controller
KL2722
sunblinds terminal
CX10xx
Embedded PC
KL6023
EnOcean
wireless adapter
KL6811
DALI terminal
Milestones in building automation: Sustainable
investments in Beckhoff technology components
Sustainability in terms of resource efficiency is one of
the core features of any building automation system.
Beckhoff extends the term even further by applying it
to the actual components, because all new Industrial
PCs (IPCs) from Beckhoff use only the latest and most
powerful processors from renowned manufacturers.
And since our product portfolio is subject to continuous innovation processes, you receive a solution that
is not only state-of-the-art, but future-ready.
IPC technology from Beckhoff also delivers great
benefits for renovation and expansion projects of existing buildings, because all our IPCs are backwardscompatible with older models. This makes it easy
to replace older units, and existing programs can be
migrated to the newest models without having to be
modified. Installed Bus Terminals and/or I/O systems
can stay in place.
The needs of building operators may frequently
change over the life of a building automation system.
For example, they might want to add the standardized
BACnet communication protocol to an existing system. However, with many classic DDC (direct digital
control) systems, this is not possible. The open design
of PC-based control technology from Beckhoff, on the
other hand, permits the installation of new features
like the BACnet protocol even years after the system’s
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KL6301
EIB/KNX
terminal
KL6771
MP-Bus terminal
TwinCAT
HVAC library
KL6401
LON terminal
KL2751
KL2761
dimmer terminal
C6915
compact
control cabinet
IPC
KL6781
M-Bus terminal
KL85xx
manual operating
modules
BC9191
BA Room
Controller
CX50xx
CX90xx
Embedded PC
CX8090
Embedded PC
in Bus Coupler
format
CX9020
Embedded PC
EL6851
DMX terminal
TwinCAT
BACnet/IP
TwinCAT Building
Automation
KL6831, KL6841
SMI terminal
CP6606
built-in Panel PC
CX8091
Embedded PC
for BACnet/OPC UA
CP2xxx
built-in
multi-touch
Control Panel
initial commissioning without having to install a new
Industrial PC.
The modular building automation portfolio
consisting of processors available in a range of performance classes, Windows operating systems and
TwinCAT software libraries makes it possible to adapt
Industrial PCs to changing building requirements for
many years to come. Another sustainability feature of
the Beckhoff solution is the long-term availability of
the Bus Terminal system. It has been on the market
for almost 20 years, and with now more than 400
signal types it has become one of the world’s most
successful and comprehensive I/O systems. Its modu-
lar design also makes it easy to replace individual Bus
Terminals or to make add-ins.
And should end users want to replace their
Beckhoff IPCs with other controllers, this is possible
as well. The wide range of available fieldbus couplers
lets you link Bus Terminals to DDC or control systems
from other manufacturers via Modbus, PROFIBUS
or other protocols. Thus, customers can combine
Beckhoff components with products from any vendor
and enjoy a high degree of investment protection for
existing I/O units.
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Beckhoff references
Schüco Technology Center
KölnTriangle
Eurotheum (European Central Bank)
Zayed University
KEA – Copenhagen School
of Design and Technology
Tower 185
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Microsoft Cologne
Intelligent office buildings, schools and universities: with Beckhoff.
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Allianz head office, Stuttgart, Germany
BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH at “Aviva”, Munich,
Germany
Campus Dornbirn, Dornbirn, Austria
Etech-Center/AMS Engineering, Linz, Austria
Eurotheum (European Central Bank), Frankfurt am Main,
Germany
Fortis Bank, Brussels, Hasselt, Belgium
KEA – Copenhagen School of Design and Technology,
Copenhagen, Denmark
KölnTriangle, Cologne, Germany
Microsoft, Cologne, Germany
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Microsoft, Unterschleißheim near Munich, Germany
Nordea Bank, Oslo, Norway
Office building “Esplanade” Theresienhöhe, Munich, Germany
Schüco Technology Center, Bielefeld, Germany
Tower 185, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
WesBank, Johannesburg, South Africa
Westpac headquarters, Sydney, Australia
Widex A/S, Lynge, Denmark
Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Zukunftsmeile Fürstenallee, Paderborn, Germany
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Highly efficient:
Beckhoff solutions for industry.
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AMAG Automotive, Buch, Switzerland
BKN Strobel, Holm, Germany
Broschek Tiefdruck, Hamburg, Germany
Daimler, Stuttgart, Germany
dSPACE, Paderborn, Germany
F-eins, Vienna, Austria
Heroal, Verl, Germany
Liebherr Werk, Nenzig, Austria
Miele, administration building for electronics development,
Gütersloh, Germany
New Energy Research Institute, Beijing, China
Philip Morris International, Lausanne, Switzerland
SOLON SE, Berlin, Germany
ZF-Lemförder Fahrwerktechnik, Dielingen, Germany
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AMAG Automotive
F-eins
Miele innovation centre for
electronics development
New Energy Research Institute
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Beckhoff references
Dolder Grand Hotel
Hotel Grischa
Holiday Inn
Hotel Aurelio
Tschuggen Bergoase
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Parkhotel Vitznau
Satisfies the highest
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AquaDom – Radisson Blu Hotel, Berlin, Germany
CitizenM Hotel, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Dolder Grand Hotel, Zurich, Switzerland
Grand Tirolia, Kitzbühel, Austria
Holiday Inn, Samara, Russia
Hotel Aurelio, Lech, Austria
Hotel Aviva, St. Stefan am Walde, Austria
Hotel Krallerhof, Leogang, Austria
Hotel Rasmushof, Kitzbühel, Austria
Hotel Sonne, Mellau, Austria
Leonardo Royal Hotel, Munich, Germany
Park Hotel Vitznau, Switzerland
Royal Spa Kitzbühel, Austria
St. Martins Therme, Frauenkirchen, Austria
Therme Laa, Laa an der Thaya, Austria
Tschuggen Bergoase, Arosa, Switzerland
Zirbenhütte, Fiss, Austria
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Helsinki Music Hall
The stage for the cultural industry:
Beckhoff in theatres and museums.
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Carré Theatre, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Helsinki Music Hall, Helsinki, Finland
Janacek Theatre, Brno, Czech Republic
Ronacher Theater, Vienna, Austria
Scala di Milano, Milan, Italy
Schauspielhaus Nürnberg, Germany
Sibelius Hall, Lahti, Finland
Museums
Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin, Germany
Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany
Dresdener Stadtmuseum, Dresden, Germany
Sisi-Museum, Wiener Hofburg, Vienna, Austria
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Charlottenburg Palace
Scala di Milano
Deutsches Museum
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Beckhoff-Referenzen
KLIA 2 Control Tower
ESPRIT arena
Oncological Center
Oslo City Hall
Aparcaments i Mercats de Reus
Nordtangente Basel
Ryhov Hospital
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Ferry Porsche Congress Center
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Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany
Aparcaments i Mercats de Reus, Reus, Spain
AUA Training Center, Schwechat, Austria
ESPRIT arena, Düsseldorf, Germany
Europlaza, Vienna, Austria
Ferry Porsche Congress Center, Zell am See, Austria
Gran Casino Aranjuez, Madrid, Spain
Lufthansa Training Center, Schwechat, Austria
KLIA 2 Control Tower, Sepang, Malaysia
Metro M2, Lausanne, Switzerland
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Nordtangente (ring road north), Basel, Switzerland
Oncological Center, Samara, Russia
Oslo City Hall, Oslo, Norway
Ryhov Hospital, Jönköping, Sweden
Stadtwerke Lingen, Germany
Steelworks, Bremen, Germany
Zentrum Zukunft, Emstek, Germany
Zigong City Tower, Zigong, China
www.beckhoff.com/building
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Planning | Building systems | Solutions
for planners and technicians
Application of the latest norms and standards gives rise to new possibilities for
the planning of new buildings and the renovation of existing stock. Good cooperation between the different fields represented by specialist planners, architects,
builders, commissioning engineers and operators can considerably improve the
ecological and commercial value of a building. An energy efficient, integrated
building automation system can only be implemented with the use of one control
system for all technical building systems.
Section 1
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Industrial Building Automation
Section 3
Planning l Building systems l Solutions
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Basic principles and standards of building automation
Use in room automation
Open control technology
System topology
Integrated building automation
Room automation, offices
Room automation, hotels
Automation of industrial buildings
Central HVAC system
Remote maintenance
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Basic principles and standards of building automation
Basic principles and standards of building automation
In recent years, standards for building and room automation have been set by international committees to make the functionalities of building automation measurable and to be able to implement them efficiently. The energy efficiency of a building describes the relationship between the
energy used and the resulting benefit. The latter must always be seen in relation to the function
of a building and is an important factor in the evaluation of energy efficiency.
DIN EN 15232:
energy efficiency of buildings
European norm EN 15232 describes the
effect of building automation and building
management on energy efficiency and
enables standardised representation for
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the first time. It includes a structured list
of all building automation functions that
can affect the energy efficiency of a building.
It also offers systematic support for the definition of minimum requirements concerning
building automation. The following can be
stated as a basic principle: the higher
the level of automation, the greater the energy savings.
Equivalent to highly energy-efficient BAC systems and TBM
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Equivalent to more advanced BAC systems and some special TBM functions
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Equivalent to standard BAC systems
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Equivalent to BAC systems that are not energy-efficient. Buildings with such systems must be modernised.
New buildings must not be constructed using systems such as these.
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Building Automation and Control System (BAC), Technical Building Management (TBM)
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The table illustrates the relationship between
building automation functions and energy
efficiency classes for control of the heating
system.
Definition of classes
Automatic control and regulation
Residential
Non-residential
of the heating system
building
building
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Control of transfer
The controller is installed at transfer level or room level; in the former case, one controller can regulate a number of different rooms.
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Central automatic regulation
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Automatic individual room control using thermostatic valves or electronic control devices
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Individual room control with communication between control devices and BACs
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Integrated individual room control including needs-based regulation (occupancy, air quality, etc.)
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Regulation of hot water temperature in distribution network (flow or return)
Comparable functions can be used to control networks for direct electrical heating.
0
1
No automatic control
Weather-based control
x
x
x
x
2
Control of inside temperature
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Control of circulation pumps
The controlled pumps can be installed in the network at different levels.
0
1
No control
On/off control
x
x
x
x
2
Control of variable pump speed according to a constant Δ p
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
3
Control of variable pump speed according to proportional Δ p
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Control of transfer and/or distribution during intermittent operation
One controller can regulate different rooms/zones with the same occupancy pattern.
0
1
No automatic control
Automatic control with fixed time program
x
x
x
x
2
Automatic control with optimised on/off switching
x
x
x
x
x
x
Control of generators
0
1
Constant temperature
Variable temperature dependent on the outside temperature
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
2
Variable temperature dependent on the load
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Operating sequence of different generators
0
1
Priority setting based solely on the load
Priority setting based on the load and on the generator performance
x
x
x
x
x
2
Priority setting based on the level of generator usage (check other norms)
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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for electrical
energy
energy
Hotel
Office
School
for thermal
Hotel
Efficiency factor Efficiency factor
Efficiency classes EN 15232
School
Building Automation and Control (BAC)
Office
Application of EN 15232 gives rise to different energy efficiency factors for different
building types, with regard to the use of thermal and electrical energy. In the evaluation
of buildings, the energy efficiency class C is
the reference class for the implementation
of measures for energy optimisation.
A Highly efficient Building Automation and Control System 0.70 0.80 0.68 0.87 0.86 0.90
(BACS) and Technical Building Management (TBM)
The red field in the table on the right-hand
side shows how the thermal energy consumption of a building with efficiency class
A with a factor of 0.7 can be reduced by up
to 30 %.
VDI 3813 – room automation
VDI 3813 describes the integrated room automation with special consideration for interoperability of different building systems, based
on usage requirements. To provide a uniform
assessment basis for owners, planners and
system integrators, clear terms and functions
are defined in the norm.
The current difficulty is that in invitations
to tender, room automation functions are
dealt with separately from the building systems connected with technical development.
In practice, this often means that existing
potential for saving energy remains unused.
The VDI 3813 supplements the EN 15232
by providing a precise description of the
room automation functions described there.
It is important that EN 15232 and VDI 3813
are applied as early as the basic evaluation
and pre-planning stage.
The table on the right-hand side shows the
room automation functions of the VDI 3813,
relating to the energy efficiency classes of
EN 15232.
B Advanced BACS and TBM
0.80 0.88 0.85 0.93 0.93 0.95
C Standard BACS
1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
D Non-efficient BACS
1.51 1.20 1.31 1.10 1.07 1.07
Source: DIN EN 15232, table 9, table 11
BAC efficiency
classes in acApplication function
cordance with
DIN EN 15232
D
C
B
A
Basic functions affecting energy efficiency
Occupancy control
Time program
x
x
x
x
Illumination functions which influence energy efficiency
Light switching
Automatic lighting
x
x
x
Daylight switching
x
x
Constant light control
x
x
Solar shading functions which influence energy efficiency
Automatic solar shading
Louvre adjustment
x
x
x
Shading correction
x
x
Thermo-automatic control
x
x
Air conditioning functions
Energy level selection
Energy level selection with start optimisation
x
x
x
x
Target value calculation
x
x
Function selection
x
x
x
x
Room/intake air temperature cascade control
x
x
Ventilator control
x
x
Sequence control
x
x
Setpoint control
x
x
Temperature control (heating/cooling)
x
Air quality control/regulation
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x
Night cooling
x
x
Load optimisation
x
x
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Interaction of
Sensor system
x
x
x
Occupancy
x
Window contact
x
Room operating
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
device
Weather
The adjacent matrix shows the interplay of
the individual building systems with regard
to the sensors used. For energy efficient automation, all individual building systems must
be controlled and managed from a single
system.
Monitoring
x
Room temperature
Global
Light intensity
Security
Solar shading
building systems
Lighting
arising from the specific use of the building
must be taken into account. A further benefit
lies in the way in which a majority of the
optimisation functions can be realised within
the software on a single system during
commissioning and ongoing operations. As
a result, no reconstruction work impedes
operation and the time required for software
adjustment also remains within reasonable
limits. In certain cases, many modifications
can be made by accessing the system remotely, without the need for a service technician
to attend in person.
HVAC
In room automation, sensors are implemented depending on their function and not on
the individual building system. This saves on
hardware and cabling costs as early as in the
system installation phase. The reduction in
cabling also has a positive spin-off effect on
fire loads and building statics.
To achieve energy efficiency class A in
accordance with EN 15232, Beckhoff offers
a software library based on room automation
guideline VDI 3813.
Comprehensive room automation exploits the interdependencies of facade
control, illumination and climate control to
create a pleasant room climate. At the same
time, efficient room and zone control also
affects the primary systems: the heating and
cooling requirements and the air quantities
are regulated according to need. When designing the heating, cooling, ventilation and air
conditioning systems, the needs
x
x
x
x
x
x
(wind/rain)
Outside
x
temperature
Solar radiation
x
x
Offices according to energy efficiency class A
For a better illustration of what lies behind
building automation functions and how
energy can be saved, examples of building
automation functions in an office with energy
efficiency class A are described below.
Technical equipment of an office
Illumination consists of one lighting strip
on the corridor side and one on the window
side. The lights are held at a constant
room brightness level via DALI (constant
light control), depending on the amount
of daylight. A room brightness sensor is
mounted in the ceiling. An occupancy sensor
is installed for needs-dependent management
and control of the entire room.
The office is shaded by means of two
electrically operated, externally mounted
louvre blinds. Two buttons are installed for
manual control of the blinds.
To heat the room, a radiator is present.
The office is cooled via a cooling ceiling.
An actuator is located on the radiator and
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on the cooling ceiling respectively. The room
temperature is monitored and the desired
room temperature is adjusted locally using
EnOcean radio technology.
For ventilation, the office is connected to
an air-conditioning installation. Volume flow
is variable. The open state of the window is
captured via a digital input; so too is the dew
point sensor on the cooling ceiling.
Heating/cooling function
To minimise energy use for room
heating and cooling, the desired room
temperature is determined via a schedulerdependent energy level selector (see fig. 1,
page 30, and fig. 2, page 31). In the case of
long absences, e.g. during shut-down periods,
the office is switched to “Protection”, the
lowest energy level, to prevent damage
caused by frost or overheating. For brief
absences, e.g. at night or on weekends, the
office is set to “Economy” mode. Only at the
start of core working time is the energy level
raised to the level “Pre-Comfort”. The room
temperature is now almost up to the comfort
target value. Only when persons are detected
in the room is “Comfort” mode activated and
the appropriate set value reached in a short
time.
The system switches from “Economy”
to “Pre-Comfort” mode as late as possible
via the energy level selector with start
optimisation. The optimum activation time
is calculated by the building automation
system.
The opening of the window is monitored
by a window contact. If the window is open,
the system automatically switches to the
“Protection” energy level. This automatically
stops unnecessary energy consumption due
to a window being opened.
The room temperature set values for all
four energy levels are provided by the room
climate function set value calculation for
heating and cooling.
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Lighting
CO2/VOC
Air quality
Occupancy sensor
EnOcean
Temperature
Cooling ceiling
Dew point sensor
Ventilation
Shading
EnOcean
Window contact
Heating
The “Function Selection” function regulates the controller for heating
and cooling and compares the current room temperature against the
set value. If the current value is lower than the target value for the
energy level “Comfort” heating, the heating controller is activated.
If the current room temperature is higher than the set value for the
energy level “Comfort” cooling, the cooling controller is activated.
Simultaneous heating and cooling is not possible.
Load optimisation
Communication between systems for automation of energy
centres and systems for the generation and distribution of heating
and cooling water enables needs-based adjustment of the flow
temperatures. This allows transfer losses to be minimised and the
overall effectiveness of the systems to be increased.
CO2/VOC
Ventilation
In summer, natural cooling at night helps reduce energy
consumption: The night cooling program switches on the room
ventilation system and ventilates the offices using cool external air.
This removes heat from the building at night so that less energy is
required to cool the room the following day. For electrically operated
windows, these can also be used for automatic night cooling in
summer.
Air quality regulation
Depending on the measured air quality, the volume flow
controller is used to introduce more or less fresh air into the room.
If the air quality is good, air intake is reduced to a minimum volume
flow. The central air conditioning unit for ventilation automatically
adjusts the level of ventilation based on the data communicated
between the room automation system and the primary systems. This
reduces the energy consumption of the fans by up to 45 %. In the
event of zero occupancy, the volume flow is reduced to a minimum.
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Shading: thermo-automatic control and shading correction
Constant light control
If a minimum light strength in the room is not reached but
the room is occupied, the constant light control function switches on
automatically. Conversely, if the amount of external light increases,
the proportion of artificial light automatically reduces or is switched
off once a suitable lighting strength is reached. If the occupancy
detector identifies that the room is empty, the constant light control
function switches itself off on a time-delay basis.
Shading
Control of solar shading is integrated directly into the
room automation system. The “thermo-automatic” function supports
the heating and cooling function of the room if it is not occupied.
To benefit from sun light in winter, solar shading is raised to help
heat the space using the sun’s rays. In summer, the solar shading is
automatically activated to reduce the energy yield from the sun and to
assist cooling.
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If the room is occupied and the sun is shining in strongly, the solar
shading is automatically activated. The louvre adjustment optimises
the angle of the louvre according to the position of the sun. The
blades are positioned in such a way as to prevent blinding from direct
sunlight while keeping the need for artificial lighting to a minimum in
order to reduce energy consumption.
The shading correction function calculates the shadow movement
on the facades of the building, depending on the position of the
sun, the facade orientation and the position and coordinates of the
surrounding buildings that provide shade. This prevents unnecessary
activation of the solar shading and increased energy consumption due
to the use of artificial light within the building.
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Open communication
The use of standardised protocols such as BACnet/IP and OPC UA ensures
investment protection through vendor-independence.
The use of Ethernet cabling right down to
field level provides a transparent network for
commissioning and maintenance, and
depending on requirements, the relevant
IP-based protocol can be used for
communication on this network.
BACnet/IP
The international BACnet standard, which
ensures the interoperability of building
automation and control devices from
different manufacturers, is growing in
popularity and is being constantly enhanced
with new functions. BACnet/IP can be used
on all PC-based Beckhoff hardware platforms
– down to the field level – as a universal
Ethernet protocol. The rail-mountable
Embedded PC models CX8091, CX9020,
CX5010 and CX5020 are certified for the
ISO 16484-5:2010 Rev. 12 BACnet standard
and feature a powerful control platform
ranging from the CX8091 with support for
250 data points to the CX5020 which can
collect and process several thousand BACnet
objects.
And since the BACnet protocol is
integrated into the TwinCAT System Manager,
the I/O Bus Terminals and BACnet devices
are easily configured via the tool-based
automapping function. BACnet servers
and clients can be installed in a structured
manner so that the BACnet properties can
be easily linked to the PLC as parameters
and process data. In addition, the ability
to access BACnet data via a non-cyclical
interface makes it easy to implement
visualisation components. Another feature is
the dynamic generation of BACnet objects,
which makes it possible to subsequently
generate and configure schedules and
trend objects. Distributed clocks can be
synchronised with the supported client
and master functions, and even automatic
summer and winter time adjustments can be
implemented with the integrated operating
system functionality. Since hardware status
monitoring has been integrated into the
BACnet/IP implementation, it is available to
all BACnet/IP applications without additional
effort, too. The advanced alarm and event
services, additional object types, improved
device management features and increased
execution performance of BACnet Rev. 12 are
also implemented in TwinCAT BACnet/IP and
add to the user benefits.
Since the Beckhoff solution was
developed completely in-house, users can
be confident that the company has plenty of
expertise in the field.
OPC Unified Architecture (UA)
OPC UA is gaining acceptance on all levels of
the automation pyramid. Its scalability ranges
from small 15-kB footprint applications in
tiny embedded sensors to communication
with ERP level and SAP systems right up
into the cloud. OPC UA has its origin in
automation technology, but its industryneutral nature makes it increasingly popular
as a consistent communication platform in
building automation and smart metering
applications.
Since OPC UA can be used as both
server and client, the traditional “top-down”
direction of the communication flow becomes
increasingly immaterial. While “OPC classic”
was based exclusively on Microsoft’s COM/
DCOM technology, OPC US is independent
from the operating system and language as
well as scalable from the sensor to the ERP/
cloud level. Security-by-design provides user
authentication, message signing and data
encryption already in the OPC UA stack. And
its modelling of information sources makes
OPC UA particularly interesting for other
organizations, who can organize their existing
objects in the UA name space and define
“What is being communicated” while OPC UA
manages transport security and access rights
by asking “How is it being communicated?”.
OPC UA is currently the only IEC standardbased SOA technology that features semantic
interoperability. Besides PLCopen, the BACnet
group also maintains a joint group with the
OPC Foundation in order to provide BACnet
objects in the OPC UA name space and create
an easy link to administrative/ERP processes
via OPC UA.
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BACnet/IP, real-time Ethernet, ADS, OPC UA, Modbus TCP, PROFINET, EtherCAT
Management
level
Automation
level
M-Bus
DMX
MP-Bus
DALI
SMI
Field level
DALI
EnOcean
EnOcean
M-Bus
LON
EIB/KNX
SMI
Depending on the way they are being used, buildings have different
levels of control requirements. To meet these requirements, Beckhoff’s
automation portfolio includes “head stations” in various performance
classes which allow you to scale the control platform in line with the
respective performance requirements. Since all controllers are freely
programmable, you can develop a uniform control concept for the
different requirements of each system component.
And if you need to extend the system, you can simply replace the
head station without having to make major changes in the application
program. The use of decentralised Web servers on Industrial PCs
and Embedded PCs also allows easy access to different system
components. Room controllers are available as compact solutions for
room automation across different building systems.
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Rooftop
Typical hotel/
apartment
floor
Air-conditioning
Floor controller
Room 1
Room 2
Room n
Typical
office floor
Office 1
Office 2
Office n
Typical
shop floor
Shop 1
Shop 2
Shop n
Basement
Main switch
BMS
Ventilation and heating,
hot water generation
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Integration of external systems
On the sensor/actuator and automation level, different fieldbuses such as SMI, DALI, DMX,
EnOcean, M-Bus, MP-Bus, LON, and EIB/KNX can be used. Depending on requirements, these can
be freely combined, i.e. no expensive gateway solutions are required because the protocols can
be connected directly via the Bus Terminal system.
The following software solutions are suitable
for connection of third-party systems and can
be used as a single solution throughout:
FIAS
The Fidelio FIAS protocol (Fidelio Interface
and Application Specification) is becoming
the world’s leading hotel management
software. Since there is a constantly growing
demand for networked systems and room
automation in hotels, the TwinCAT FIAS
Server provides a direct FIAS interface that
facilitates smooth communication between
hotel management systems and PLCs.
Crestron
Crestron Electronics is a market-leader in
media management systems. In addition to
the management of audio and video systems,
building services components can also be
integrated. The data between the Crestron
management system and Beckhoff hardware
is exchanged via Ethernet. For the Crestron
control systems, software modules (user
modules) are available. The Crestron
controller can access read and write
commands; the Beckhoff controller can, with
the aid of the TwinCAT Crestron Server, write
data to the Crestron control system or extract
data from it.
B&O
Bang & Olufsen is world-famous for its
unique range of high-quality audio, video
and multi-media products. The TwinCAT
Bang & Olufsen Server is a software
package for access to the B & O Masterlink
Gateway. It enables communication
between a TwinCAT PLC and the Bang &
Olufsen multimedia network via TCP/IP.
Integration of further systems
In collaboration with innovative suppliers,
more and more systems and devices can be
integrated into the Beckhoff control platform,
for example, to implement operating, fire
protection and access control systems, or
sensors.
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Integrated building automation in detail
For the implementation of building automation solutions, Beckhoff offers a comprehensive range
of hardware and software modules that can be used both in individual building systems and
across different systems. The following pages contain examples to illustrate the use of individual
components in different building systems.
Shading/Façade
Lighting
HVAC
Water supply
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Room automation
Operation and monitoring
Energy data acquisition
Data logging
Remote maintenance
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Room
hotels
ho
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Pa
Central HVAC
system
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Room automation
offices
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industrial buildings
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Automation of machines
and plants
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Room automation, offices
Having building systems that work together intelligently saves money not only during the
construction of an office building, but also over the long term through increased energy efficiency.
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems run only when needed. Lighting is controlled
based on demand, daylight, occupancy, and even season. Blinds and shades are controlled based
on wind speed and the position of the sun. Media systems in conference, training and seminar
rooms are integrated into the existing building automation platform.
Beckhoff solutions
Communication between the individual automation stations takes
place via Ethernet TCP/IP. The level of automation in a room can be
individually adjusted through free configuration of individual Bus
Terminals. Alternatively, the BC9191 room controller integrates these
functions within a single module. Rooms and/or areas with repeat
requirements need only be programmed once and can be replicated.
With features like these, an efficient, multi-component room
automation system can be implemented that meets energy efficiency
class A.
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Software modules: TwinCAT Building Automation
The extension of the TwinCAT PLC HVAC Libraries contains comprehensive room automation functions.
By coupling a daylight-dependent control unit with glare protection as well as heating and cooling
functions, significant synergies can be generated. Using object orientation, various functions can be
represented as PLC function blocks:
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
Occupancy sensor
Time program
Automatic lighting
Daylight sensor
Constant light control
Slat adjustment
Shading correction
Automatic temperature control
Energy level selection with start optimisation
Target point determination
Function selection
Temperature control (heating/cooling)
Sequence control
Target value limiter
Air quality control
Night cooling
Hardware modules: Bus Terminals
Bus Coupler/
Embedded PC
Field level
HVAC
Lighting
Mechanical ventilation
Automatic dimmer
system
Ventilation
Air quality
CO2/VOC
Façade/door
Operation and monitoring
Thermo-automatic
control
Control panel
Occupancy sensor
Shading
Mobile controller
Constant light
regulation
Access
°C
DALI
Heating
DALI
Cooling
Light switch
Temperature
Switchable power
outlets
°C
Humidity control
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Sample configuration
Traditional floor and room | standard room automation
Product
Description
CX5010-1111
- CX1800-1052
- CX1900-0025
TwinCAT PLC, Windows CE
Windows CE, BACnet image *
2 GB CF card instead of 64 MB *
* optional BACnet components
KL1809
16-channel digital input 24 V DC
Dew point monitor
Window contact
Occupancy sensor
Light switch for floor lamps
Light switch for ceiling lights
Shutter switch UP
Shutter switch DOWN
KL2809
KL2641
1-channel relay output terminal 230 V AC, 16 A
Volume flow controller
Switchable floor lamp power outlet
KL9160
KL2602
Potential feed terminal with diagnostics, 230 V AC
2-channel relay output terminal 230V AC
Light switch
KL9160
KL2722
PT1000 8-channel analog input
Room temperature sensor
Temperature setpoint
KL3468
Potential distribution terminal 24 V DV
Potential distribution terminal 0 V DV
8-channel analog output 0…10 V
16-channel digital output 24 V DC
Actuator for heating
Actuator for cooling
KL3208-0010
KL9186
KL9187
KL4408
Potential feed terminal 120…230 V AC, with diagnostics
2-channel triac output terminal 230 V AC
Sunshade actuator UP
Sunshade actuator DOWN
KL9010
End terminal
8-channel analog input 0…10 V
Air quality sensor
Light sensor
Floor and room with fieldbus | Room automation with DALI, SMI, and Enocean
Product
Description
CX5010-1111
- CX1800-1052
- CX1900-0025
TwinCAT PLC, Windows CE
Windows CE, BACnet image *
2 GB CF card instead of 64 MB *
* optional BACnet components
KL1104
4-channel digital input terminals 24 V DC
KL6811
Dew point monitor
KL2809
KL6581
KL6583
Light sensor
Occupancy sensor
Light control
16-channel digital output 24 V DC
Actuator for heating
Actuator for cooling
KL6771
MP bus master terminal, 8 drives max.
EnOcean master terminal
EnOcean transmitter and receiver
KL2641
1-channel relay output terminal 230 V AC, 16 A
Air quality sensor
Temperature setpoint
Light switch for floor lamps
Light switch for ceiling lights
Shutter switch UP
Shutter switch DOWN
Window contact
Room temperature sensor
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DALI/DSI master and power terminal, 64 units max.
Volume flow control
Switchable floor lamp power outlet
KL6841
SMI master terminal 230 V AC, 16 drives max.
Sunshade actuator UP
Sunshade actuator DOWN
KL9010
End terminal
The BK9000, BK9050 or BK9100 Bus Coupler makes it easy to expand the decentralized room automation system.
You simply replace the CX controller with one of these Bus Couplers. The terminals are the same.
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To keep costs under control, hotels must pay especially close attention to their energy efficiency.
Without affecting their guests’ well-being, they can save energy by intelligently controlling the
heating and cooling of hotel rooms. Various illumination scenarios in the lounge, restaurant
and spa areas can set the mood based on usage and time of day. For cost-sensitive hotel room
applications, the compact BC9191 Room Controller delivers all the features for a standard room
in a compact housing.
Beckhoff solutions
Decentralised room automation with CX9020 and BC9191
This setup offers maximum modularity because every zone has a
decentralized control system for which the parameters can be freely
defined. An embedded controller communicates with the building
management system in the respective zone in order to transfer all the
data. For a more upscale setup, each room or suite can be equipped
with a CX9020 Embedded PC for maximum flexibility.
Central control functions
A central floor or building controller is recommended for general
functions such as floor or staircase lighting, the FIAS server link, and
higher-level functions based on weather data, for example.
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Software modules: TwinCAT Building Automation
A hotel reservation system can be integrated via the TwinCAT FIAS Server. Media devices and systems for
meeting or seminar rooms can also be easily integrated into the room automation system.
Automatic occupancy registration
Timer program
Automatic lighting
Daylight sensor
Automatic temperature control
Energy level selection with start optimisation
Setpoint determination
Function selection
Temperature control (heating/cooling)
Sequence control
..
..
..
..
..
Hardware modules: Bus Terminals
Bus Coupler/
Embedded PC
Field level
HVAC
Lighting
Façade/door
Operation and monitoring
Cooling
Constant light control
Shading
Mobile controller
Humidity
Motion detector
Access
FIAS Server
Ventilation
Switchable power outlets
Control panel
°C
Temperature
Heating
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Sample configuration
Floor controller
Product
Description
CX9020-0111
- CX1800-1052
- TS8035
TwinCAT PLC, Windows CE
Windows CE, BACnet image *
TwinCAT FIAS Server
* optional BACnet and FIAS components
KL1809
KL6811
16-channel digital input 24 V DC
KL1722
2-channel digital input terminal 120/230 V AC
Window contact
Light switch for secondary rooms
KL2602
2-channel relay output terminal 230V AC
KL9010
End terminal
Occupancy sensor
DALI/DSI master and power terminal, 64 units max.
Light controller
KL9160
Light switch for secondary rooms
Potential feed terminal 120…230 V AC, with diagnostics
Standard hotel room
Digital inputs
Digital outputs
Dew point monitor
Window contact
Occupancy sensor
3-stage fan coil
Air heater
Analog inputs
Actuator for heating
Actuator for cooling
Room temperature sensor
Temperature setpoint
Analog outputs
Serial communication
Deluxe hotel room
Product
Description
CX9020-0111
- CX1800-1052
TwinCAT PLC, Windows CE
Windows CE, BACnet image *
* optional BACnet and FIAS components
EL6581
DMX master
KL3208-0010
Lighting
BK1250
KL9400
KL1809
Coupler between E-bus and K-bus terminals
Power supply terminal to refresh K-bus
16-channel digital input 24 V DC
Dew point monitor
Window contact
Occupancy sensor
Light switch for floor lamps
Light switch for ceiling lamps
Curtain switch OPEN
Curtain switch CLOSED
Shutter switch UP
Shutter switch DOWN
KL2284 4-channel digital output terminal 24 V DC, 2 A, reversible
Curtains CLOSED
Curtains OPEN
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PT1000 8-channel analog input
Room temperature sensor
Temperature setpoint
KL4408
8-channel analog output 0…10 V
Volume flow controller
Heating valve
Cooling valve
KL2641
1-channel relay output terminal 230 V AC, 16 A
Switchable floor lamp power outlet
KL9160
KL2751
Potential feed terminal 120…230 V AC, with diagnostics
1-channel universal dimmer terminal 230 V AC
Lighting
KL9160
KL2722
Potential feed terminal 120…230 V AC, with diagnostics
2-channel triac output terminal 230 V AC
Shutters UP
Shutters DOWN
KL9010
End terminal
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Integrated building automation
Industrial buildings
More and more industrial buildings employ intelligent building automation systems, because
seamless interaction of all components reduces costs both during construction and operation. The
building automation system measures, controls, regulates and optimises the complex operations
of the different systems depending on the building’s utilisation, thus ensuring that everything
works efficiently. For example, the BA system controls the lighting in storage areas, production
areas and on roadways based on need, time of day, season, and the presence of people. Heating,
ventilation and air conditioning systems run only when needed as well. Using smart-grid
functions, the systems can even be switched on or off depending on the power grid load.
Beckhoff solutions
The extensive Beckhoff Bus Terminal portfolio features I/O modules for
a wide spectrum of applications and functions. Mechanical ventilation
systems with automated roof vents can be controlled via the Beckhoff
KL2722 Bus Terminal. The KM3702 monitors product media such as
compressed air. For reading and analysing the consumption of heat,
water and gas as well as power meters, the KL6781 M-Bus master
terminal is available. The KL3403 power monitoring terminal is used
for the direct metering of electricity. Even highly sensitive clean-room
applications can be controlled with high precision measurement
technology from Beckhoff.
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Software modules: TwinCAT Building Automation
The TwinCAT BA Libraries coordinate the operation of measurement, open-loop and closed-loop controllers
for an optimised, energy-efficient interaction.
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Occupancy sensor
Timer program
Automatic lighting
Daylight sensor
Constant light regulation
Slat control
Shading correction
Automatic temperature control
Energy level selection
Energy level selection with start optimisation
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Setpoint determination
Function selection
Temperature control (heating/cooling)
Cascade control for air supply temperature
Fan control
Sequence control
Setpoint limiter
Air quality control
Night cooling
Load optimisation
Hardware modules: Bus Terminals
Bus Coupler/
Embedded PC
Field level
HVAC
Lighting
°C
Façade/door
Operation and monitoring
Constant light
regulation
Rolling shutter gate
Remote
maintenance
Cooling
DALI
Mechanical ventilation
via roof vents
Control panel
Ventilation
Occupancy sensor
Access
Air quality control
Daylight sensor
Temperature
DALI
Strom
CO2/VOC
Heating
P
Energy data
measurement
Pressurised air
monitoring
Timer
Humidity
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Sample configuration
Standard automation of industrial buildings
Product
Description
CX9020-0111
- CX1800-1052
TwinCAT PLC, Windows CE
Windows CE, BACnet image *
* optional BACnet components
KL1809
16-channel digital input 24 V DC
Door contact
Window contact
Light switch
Precipitation sensor
Rolling shutter gate UP
Rolling shutter gate DOWN
Roof vent OPEN
Roof vent CLOSED
KL6581
KL6583
DALI/DSI master and power terminal, 64 units max.
Constant light control
Light switch
KL6781
M-Bus master terminal
M-Bus gas meter
M-Bus power meter
M-Bus water meter
KM3702
2-channel absolute pressure measuring terminal 7,500 hPa
(7.5 bar)
KL3468
16-channel digital output 24 V DC
Actuator for heating
Actuator for cooling
Ventilation level 1
Ventilation level 2
Ventilation level 3
8-channel analog input 0…10 V
Air quality sensor
Light sensor
KL9186
KL9187
KL3454
Potential distribution terminal 24 V DV
Potential distribution terminal 0 V DV
4-channel analog output terminal 4…20 mA
Wind sensor
Daylight sensor
Outside temperature
KL9400
KL3403
Power supply terminal to refresh K-bus, 24 V DC, 2A
3-phase power monitoring terminal
System power metering
KL9160
KL1722
Potential feed terminal with diagnostics, 230 V AC
2-channel digital input terminal 120/230 V AC
Occupancy sensor
KL2722
2-channel triac output terminal 230 V AC
Roof vent OPEN
Roof vent CLOSED
KL2622
2-channel relay output terminal 230 V AC, 2 A,
potential-free relay contacts
Rolling shutter gate UP
Rolling shutter gate DOWN
Pressurised air monitor
KL2809
PT1000 8-channel analog input
Room temperature sensor
Temperature setpoint
EnOcean terminal
EnOcean transmitter and receiver
Light switch
Roof vent OPEN
Roof vent CLOSED
Room temperature sensor
KL6811
KL3208-0010
KL2622
2-channel relay output terminal 230 V AC, 2 A,
potential-free relay contacts
KL9010
End terminal
Ventilation ON
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Integrated building automation
Central HVAC systems
The control of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems is very important in building
automation, both concerning the well-being of the user and the reduction of energy consumption.
Alongside the standard hardware portfolio for integration of all data points, Beckhoff provides
a software tool that covers the entire scope of functions of an intelligent HVAC control system.
The TwinCAT PLC HVAC software library offers programmers and users the following benefits:
efficient parameterisation and commissioning, a consistently high level of system functionality,
good readability and expandability of programs, ease of maintenance over many years, flexible
expandability of systems, improved reusability of templates for systems or system modules, easy
training of service personnel, definition of a clear, object-oriented program structure, and good
documentability of programs.
The system is rounded off by manual operating modules for
integration into control cabinet doors; these allow monitoring and
operation of the system without having to open electrical cabinets.
Process data is represented directly using the K-bus in the PLC. The
coloured configurable LEDs give a clear view of the system status.
These function blocks provide effective and peak values for current,
voltage and power. In addition, the free M-Bus library offers many
options for reading data from M-Bus slaves with the KL6781 and
processing it directly in the PLC. In combination with the multi-meter
terminal, TwinCAT Scope 2 provides an easy-to-use tool for collecting
data and analysing signals graphically.
Energy data collection
Running a system efficiently requires a lot of measurement
technology. Besides its standard portfolio of hardware and software,
Beckhoff offers as part of its TwinCAT Building Automation Library
function blocks that simplify using the KL3403 Power Measurement
Terminal considerably.
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Software modules: TwinCAT Building Automation
TwinCAT PLC HVAC Libraries provides users with software modules to represent actuators, analog modules,
controllers, set point modules, clocks, and other functions. As complete software modules they allow, for
example, the straightforward scaling of an analog value or the implementation of energy saving functions
such as:
Summer night cooling
Pressure control
Summer compensation
Motor control
Sequence control
Hot water production
Time schedulers
Enthalpy calculation
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For comprehensive use of Bus Terminals for M-Bus, MP-Bus, LON, EIB/KNX and Modbus, other PLC libraries
are available.
Hardware modules: Bus Terminals
Bus Coupler/
Embedded PC
Field level
HVAC
Operating and monitoring
Vent flap
Leak measurement
P
Ambient
temperature
T
Control panel
Pressure measurement
Ventilation
1-01-0-A
Manual operating module
Humidity
Remote
maintenance
Temperature
Timer
°C
Pump
M
CO2/VOC
Cooling/
dehumidifying
Air quality
Strom
Energy data
acquisition
T
Water level
Heating circuit
\×/−
+
Sequence controller
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Central HVAC systems
Sample configuration
HVAC system
Product
Description
CX5010-1111
TwinCAT PLC, Windows CE
- CX1800-1052
Windows CE, BACnet image *
- CX1900-0025
2 GB CF-Card instead of 64 MB *
* optional BACnet components
KL1809
16-channel digital input 24 V DC
KL3468
8-channel analog input 0…10 V
M01_2
M01_3
M01_5
M02_2
Supply air frequency converter fault signal
Supply air frequency converter operating signal
Supply air repair switch
Exhaust air frequency converter fault signal
F03
F04
F14_1
F14_2
Supply air differential pressure sensor
Exhaust air differential pressure sensor
Ambient air filter differential pressure sensor
Exhaust air filter differential pressure sensor
M02_3
M02_5
M06_2
M06_3
Y01_2
Y02_2
Y102_2
F1
Exhaust air frequency converter operating signal
Exhaust air repair switch
Preheating pump operating signal
Preheating pump fault signal
Ambient air gate stop position OPEN
Exhaust air gate stop position OPEN
Heat recovery bypass gates stop position OPEN
Antifrost thermostat
F14_3
BD1
BD2
Heat recovery differential pressure sensor
Supply air pressure
Exhaust air pressure
KM2652
2-channel relay module 230 V AC, 6 A, manual/automatic
operation
KL3208-0010
PT1000 8-channel analog input
B01
B03
B04
B06
B09
B000
Ambient air temperature
Supply air temperature
Exhaust air temperature
Room temperature
Preheater return temperature
Exhaust air temperature
M01_1
M02_1
M06_1
Y01_1
Y02_1
Supply air frequency converter clearance
Exhaust air frequency converter clearance
Preheating pump clearance
Ambient air gate
Exhaust air gate
KM4602
2-channel analog output 0…10 V, manual/automatic
operation
KL9186
Potential distribution terminal 24 V DV
KL9187
Potential distribution terminal 0 V DV
M01_4
M02_4
Y102_1
Y20
Y22
Supply air VFD target setting
Exhaust air VFD target setting
Heat recovery bypass gates
Preheater control valve
Cooling control valve
KL9010
End terminal
B01
T
B11
Y02
F14_3
F14_2
F04
ΔP
ΔP
ΔP
T
B04
BD2
B06
T
P
T
M02
M02
F04
F14_1
Y01
ΔP
F1
Y101
T
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B09
Y102
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ΔP
BD1 B03
P
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T
M01
T
Y20
Y22
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M
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Central heating system
Product
Description
CX9020-0111
TwinCAT PLC, Windows CE
- CX1800-1052
Windows CE, BACnet image *
* optional BACnet component
KL1809
16-channel digital input 24 V DC
KL3208-0010
PT1000 8-channel analog input
F12
F13
F14
M231_2
B095
B085
B096
B086
M231_3
M232_2
M232_3
M233_2
M233_3
M234_2
M234_3
M161_2
M161_3
M162_2
M162_3
Maximum boiler pressure
Minimum boiler pressure
Boiler temperature safety limiter
Primary pump fault
Primary pump operation
Heating circuit 1 pump fault
Heating circuit 1 pump operation
Heating circuit 2 pump fault
Heating circuit 2 pump operation
Heating circuit 3 pump fault
Heating circuit 3 pump operation
Storage charge pump fault
Storage charge pump operation
Circulation pump fault
Circulation pump operation
Heating circuit 2 return temperature
Heating circuit 2 flow temperature
Heating circuit 3 return temperature
Heating circuit 3 flow temperature
Hot water boiler, top
Hot water boiler, bottom
Hot water service water temperature
Ambient temperature
KL6781
M-Bus master terminal
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Heat meter
Service water meter
Gas meter
Power meter
KL3208-0010
PT1000 8-channel analog input
B001
B081
B091
B082
B092
B083
B094
B084
Boiler temperature
Primary hydraulic gate flow temperature
Primary hydraulic gate return temperature
Secondary hydraulic gate flow temperature
Secondary hydraulic gate return temperature
Hot water flow temperature
Heating circuit 1 return temperature
Heating circuit 1 flow temperature
B14
B15
B16
B01
KM2652
2-channel relay module 230 V AC, 6 A, manual/automatic
operation
Y00
HBU2
M231_1
M232_1
M233_1
M234_1
M161_1
M162_1
Boiler clearance
Boiler operation
Primary pump clearance
Heating circuit 1 pump clearance
Heating circuit 2 pump clearance
Heating circuit 3 pump clearance
Storage charge pump
Circulation pump
KM4602
2-channel analog output 0…10 V, manual/automatic
operation
Y00
Y201
Y202
Y203
Y204
Boiler modulation
WWB control valve
Heating circuit 1 control valve
Heating circuit 2 control valve
Heating circuit 3 control valve
KL9010
End terminal
heating circuit 1
B16
heating circuit 2
heating circuit 3
T
M162
B01
T
B14
B084
B094
B085
B095
B086
B096
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
M232
B15
B083
T
T
M161
Y202
M
M233
Y203
M
M234
Y204
M
outgoing ventilation
circuit
Y201
M
M231
F11
F
F12
F
F13
F
F14
F
B081
B082
T
T
T
T
B091
B092
B001
T
boiler
HS
Y00
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Integrated building automation
Remote maintenance
Due to complexity, the automation of buildings and real estate requires access using remote
diagnostics, remote maintenance and remote control. To avoid unnecessary costs caused by
system failures, rapid support by specialists is required for error diagnosis, software maintenance,
and for the import of updates. For ongoing building operation and for system optimisation,
information on process variables is required together with warning and error messages made
available to service personnel by e-mail, for example.
Beckhoff solutions
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Diagnostics and services
networking via cable (e.g. ISDN, DSL) or using mobile radio
(e.g. GSM, EDGE, UMTS)
availability of known Internet technologies such as FTP, HTML,
SOAP, WCF, REST, WebService, through the use of PC-based
automation technology
use of Cloud services from PLC such as data logging
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support of communication protocols BACnet/IP, OPC/UA, IEC
61850 (extension of IEC 61850-7-420), IEC 60870-5-102, IEC
60870-5-103 and IEC 60870-5-104
use of TwinCAT Scope 2 for logging of trend data on the
Scope server
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Remote programming
Remote control
Sending of text messages and e-mails directly
Full access to the control unit for modification of
from the control unit for notification of service
system configurations and control program by
personnel
means of “online change”
Remote Desktop, Lync or Team Viewer enable
Central administration of Beckhoff CE
operation of the entire PC controller via
controllers via the TwinCAT management server
VPN router for secure access via Internet/
Internet/Intranet, including across long distances
Operation and monitoring using HTML pages
Intranet or mobile radio
stored directly on the control unit
Database link
Diagnostics
E-mail dispatch
SMS dispatch
Data logging
Online change
Remote user access
Hardware modules: Bus Terminal
Bus Coupler/
Embedded PC
Operation and monitoring
ADS, OPC,
Ethernet, Serial,
USB, Fieldbus,
WiFi, WLAN
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Beckhoff offers modular automation components of finely grained I/Os, scalable controllers and modular software that enables implementation of all building automation
requirements, with particular focus on energy efficiency and sustainability. In combination, they enable application-specific solutions for all building types and utilisation
options.
Section 1
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Industrial Building Automation
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Section 3
Product data
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Open control architecture
Scalable control technology –
The right controller for every application
TwinCAT – The universal automation software platform for
building automation
Bus Terminals – The complete I/O system
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Section 2
Modular automation components from Beckhoff
For building automation applications Beckhoff offers a system consisting of software, controllers and Bus Terminals. The flexible application options of the three system components facilitate
integration of the requirements for automation solutions. This section describes the core building
automation components.
Scalable control technology
Bus Terminals – The complete I/O system
The right controller for each application
The scalable, modular control system from Beckhoff offers
the right solution for any task, from the high-performance
Industrial PC or Embedded PC as main building computer
up to local Ethernet controllers.
The I/O components
The Beckhoff Bus Terminal system for connection of data
points features 400 different I/O terminals and supports all
common sensors and actuators.
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TwinCAT – The universal software platform
Maximum flexibility
PC-based control technology enables all building functions and function changes to be realised in
software based on TwinCAT, which consists of a wide range of software modules and offers users
maximum flexibility. The use of standard software components, which integrate all key building
functions, reduces the engineering costs significantly.
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Open control architecture
Management
level
Master computer
FMS
ERP
BACnet/IP, real-time Ethernet, ADS, OPC-UA, Modbus TCP, PROFINET
Automation
level
Digital input
Digital output
Analog input
Analog output
Embedded PC, Bus Terminals
Field level
Room Controller
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Panel PC
DMX
Digital I/O
Digital I/O
Modbus RTU
Analog I/O
Analog I/O
MP-Bus
PROFIBUS
PROFINET
CANopen
DMX
Bus Coupler,
Bus Terminals
Embedded PC, Bus Terminals
Embedded PC, Bus Terminals
Digital I/O
EnOcean
Digital I/O
Analog I/O
DALI
Analog I/O
M-Bus
LON
EIB/KNX
Embedded PC, Bus Terminals
Embedded PC, Bus Terminals
Bus Coupler, Bus Terminals
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Scalable control technology – The right controller for every appl
Room automation
Small application
Room zone automation
Zone control
System level automation
System
Panel PC CP6606-0001
Control cabinet PC C6925
Embedded PC CX5010
Embedded PC CX8090, CX8091
Room Controller BC9191
Bus Terminal
Room Controller BC9191
Embedded PC CX9020
PLC
Controller
BC9100
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ication
Floor level automation
Building management system
and system automation
Building management system
Control cabinet PC C5210
Multi-touch Panel PC
CP2218
Control cabinet PC C6930
Multi-touch Panel PC
CP2215
Industrial PCs
Panel PCs
Embedded PC CX5020
Embedded PC CX9020
Embedded PC CX5140
x86-based
Embedded PCs
ARM-based
Embedded
PCs
Scalable controller performance: from 16-bit CPU to x86 CPU with 2.7 GHz on 4 cores
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TwinCAT – software-based control technology
for building automation
When Beckhoff introduced its PC-based control technology in 1986, the company also created a
worldwide standard for automation. On the software side, the TwinCAT automation suite is at
the heart of the controller. (TwinCAT stands for “the Windows control and automation technology”.) TwinCAT converts nearly any PC-based system into a real-time controller with multiple
PLC runtime systems. All building automation systems are programmed and parameterised
with TwinCAT. The engineering environment has been designed for all popular programming
standards in the IT and automation fields from IEC 61131 to C/C++. Predefined software modules
simplify the engineering process, and functional enhancements or modifications are possible at
any time.
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High-end PLC
internationally-recognised IEC 61131-3 programming standard
reusable software modules
almost unlimited memory
unlimited number of function blocks and variables
high-speed software solutions for controllers, etc.
up to four runtime systems per PC, up to four tasks per runtime
system
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Communication interface TwinCAT ADS
universal vertical and horizontal communication
cyclical/event-triggered
Open protocol with documented examples for:
C/C++
.NET
Delphi
Java
JavaScript
WebService
WCF
available on Windows operating systems
access from the PLC via function blocks possible
User mode
TwinCAT system
Diagnostic
e.g. Scope
System Manager PLC Control
User HMI
User HMI
ADS
ADS
OCX/DII
OPC
ADS
ADS
ADS
TCP/IP
ADS Router
ADS
Real-time Server I/O
ADS
PLC 1
PLC 2
…
PLC 4
I/O Mapping
Fieldbus Card Drivers
Kernel mode
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TwinCAT Building Automation – efficient engineering
for all building systems
To meet the high demands on building automation such as convenience, energy savings,
low investment and operating costs, and a
rapid return on investment, you must have
a thoroughly coordinated control system
for all the technical components of a building. With TwinCAT Building Automation,
Beckhoff has developed a software product
that reduces the engineering effort and
integrates all major components of a modern
building automation system. Extensive software libraries and supplements extend the
concept of the modular range of automation
components from Beckhoff to the software
level.
The new suite comprises essentially
three basic functions:
1. TwinCAT BA PLC Libraries:
Basic functions for all systems
2. TwinCAT BA PLC Templates:
Templates for all systems
3. TwinCAT BA Project Builder:
Configuration tool for linking templates,
hardware and BACnet objects
TwinCAT BA PLC Libraries
The TwinCAT BA PLC Libraries provide the
system integrator with established and tested
building blocks, such as basic functions in the
areas of closed-loop control, signal processing, special mathematical functions, fault signal processing and general system functions.
TwinCAT BA PLC Templates
The TwinCAT BA PLC templates are complete
TwinCAT program blocks for sensors and
actuators, complete modules, as well as partial and whole systems in the areas of HVAC
and room automation. Unlike conventional
PLC libraries, the TwinCAT BA PLC Templates
EN15232,
VDI3814,
VDI3813,
XLS …
Import
TwinCAT
BA PLC
Libraries
Engineering
planning data
TwinCAT
BA PLC
Templates
are imported into the PLC programs as whole
modules, which the system integrator can
then modify as needed. They can also create
their own TwinCAT BA PLC templates.
TwinCAT BA Project Builder
Having a consistent TwinCAT project file
structure is a prerequisite for proper plant
maintenance. The central underlying idea is
the component identification system, which
assigns a name to each data point and program module in accordance with defined
rules. The TwinCAT BA Project Builder automatically generates for all Beckhoff controllers the project files for TwinCAT PLC Control
functions and the TwinCAT System Manager.
It can be expanded with custom PLC templates for full engineering flexibility, while
special add-ins let you integrate planning
resources (for example, Excel lists) as well as
visualisation systems. An open add-in interface allows you to integrate planning tools,
import Excel lists from TRIC (MSR Software),
or connect visualisation systems.
TwinCAT
BA Project
Builder
TwinCAT
PLC,
System Manager
Project
implementation
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TwinCAT connectivity – universal communication from
the management level to the field level
Having a standards-based communication structure is the key to efficient building automation.
Beckhoff provides this kind of control technology as a complete solution with optimally coordinated software and hardware components. With its PC-based control platform that fully utilises
the hardware’s capabilities, the openness of TwinCAT and the use of standard technologies from
building automation and other fields, Beckhoff makes a wide range of non-proprietary solutions
possible.
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Transparency via ADS,
continuous routing via:
UDP/TCP/serial/Bluetooth/fieldbus/
EtherCAT/SOAP (HTTP)
Additional libraries:
TwinCAT PLC Modbus RTU
TwinCAT PLC Serial Communication
TwinCAT PLC IEC 60870-5-10x
TwinCAT PLC IEC 61850 Server
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TwinCAT network variables
publisher/subscriber variables via
broadcast, multicast or unicast
Supplements for
Building Automation:
TwinCAT BACnet/IP
TwinCAT OPC UA
TwinCAT Building Automation
TwinCAT FIAS Server
TwinCAT Crestron Server
TwinCAT Bang & Olufsen Server
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Libraries for Building Automation:
TwinCAT PLC EIB
TwinCAT PLC LON
TwinCAT PLC EnOcean
TwinCAT PLC MP-Bus
TwinCAT PLC M-Bus
TwinCAT PLC DALI
TwinCAT PLC SMI
TwinCAT PLC DMX
TwinCAT
Automation
Protocols
Industry
Protocols
IT Protocols
Automation
Device
Specification
(ADS)
OPC UA, Modbus
TCP, Modbus RTU,
3964R/RK512
IEC 61850,
IEC 61400-25,
IEC 60870-5-10x,
WLAN, Bluetooth,
TCP, UDP, RAS, FTP,
VPN, SNMP, SNTP,
SMS, SMTP
Web
Server IIS
Building Automation Protocols
Building
Automation
Libraries
Building Automation Subsystems
XML,
AJAX, ASP,
DPWS/WSD
BACnet/IP, Crestron,
FIAS, Bang & Olufsen
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Additional Supplements:
TwinCAT Database Server
TwinCAT Modbus TCP Server
TwinCAT ADS Communication Library
TwinCAT Scope 2
TwinCAT TCP/IP Connection Server
TwinCAT XML Data Server
TwinCAT SMS/SMTP Server
TwinCAT PLC HMI
TwinCAT PLC HMI Web
TwinCAT
Web
Server IIS
SMI, M-Bus, DALI,
DMX, EnOcean, EIB,
LON, MP-Bus
TwinCAT ADS Router
TwinCAT ADS Router
UDP, Serial, Fieldbus
Cyclic
Real-time Ethernet
PC 1
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Automation/industrial/IT protocols – TwinCAT supports all common standards.
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Bus Terminals – The complete I/O system
Ethernet
The Beckhoff Bus Terminal system supports all common sensors and actuators
with 400 different I/O terminals.
Bus Coupler series BK, the link
between Bus Terminals and fieldbus
Head station of
the Bus Terminals:
Bus Couplers,
Bus Terminal
Controllers or
Embedded PCs
Digital multimeter terminal
for the direct
measurement
of current and
voltage
Potential feed
terminals for
the configuration of different potential
groups
Bus Terminal Controller series BC
with integrated IEC 61131-3 PLC
DMX master or slave
for integration of
lighting, movable
light elements or
mixing consoles via
EtherCAT
Embedded PC series CX
with integrated fieldbus slave
BK1250
“Compact” Coupler
between E-bus and
K-bus terminals
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Universal dimmer
terminals with
automatic load
detection for
control of brightness values
independent of
the fieldbus
3-phase power
measurement
terminal for the
measurement of
all relevant electrical data of the
supply network
Bus Terminals in 1-, 2-, 4-, 8and 16-channel modularity
with mixing of any signal
type; HD (High-Density) Bus
Terminals with 16 connection
points in a 12 mm housing
for reducing space requirements and costs
Pressure
measuring
terminals
for the measurement of
differential
and absolute
pressures
Embedded PC series CX for PLC and
Motion Control applications
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Communication terminals for the integration
of subsystems such as
EIB/KNX, MP-Bus, LON,
DALI, SMI or RS232
TwinSAFE
Bus Terminals for the
connection
of all common safety
sensors and
actuators
More efficient manual/emergency
operation using Bus Terminals:
switch or potentiometer in Bus
Terminal format for process data
change independent of the controller
M-Bus master
terminal for
direct connection of M-Bus
devices
Bus end terminal
Terminal bus
extension for the
connection of up to
255 (instead of 64)
Bus Terminals to a
station
EnOcean master
for receiving or
sending signals
via radio transmission
Bus Terminals
with a maximum
measuring error of
±0.01% extend the
range of applications to high-precision measurement
technology.
Manual operating modules enable
switching, controlling and monitoring
of digital and analog signals as well as
setting and reading of data and values
in the event of a controller failure. Process data connection via K-bus interface
with K-Bus extension (up to 31 modules). Signal connection via KL9309.
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Bus Terminals – The complete I/O system
Digital input
Digital output
Product
Description
Product
Description
on
KL1012
2-channel digital input 24 V DC
KL2012
2-chan
annel digital output 24 V DC
KL1362
2-channel digital input for break-in alarm
KL2284
4-channel digital output 24 V DC, 2 A, rever
4erse switching
KL1404
4-channel digital input 24 V DC
KL2404
4-channel digital output 24 V DC
KL1408
8-channel digital input 24 V DC
KL2408
8-channel digital output 24 V DC
KL1501
Up/down counter 24 V DC, 100 kHz
KL2
L25512
2-channel pulse width outpu
tput 24 V DC, 1.5 A
KL1804
HD Bus Terminal, 4-channel digital input 24 V DC,
3-wire connection
KL2602
2-channel relay outpu
putt
KL2622
2-channel relay
ay output
KL1808
HD Bus Terminal, 8-channel digital inpu
putt 24
24 V DC,
2-wire connection
KL2641
1-channel
nel relay output 230 V AC, 16 A, bis
bistable,
mannua
ual operation
KL2701
1-channel solid statee lo
load relayy up to 230 V AC/DC, 3 A
KL2722
2-channel triac
ac output 12…
…230 V AC
KL22732
2-channne
nel triac outpu
tput 12…230 V AC
KL2751
1-channel diimmer terminal 230 VAC, 300 VA (W)
KL2761
1-cha
hannel universal dimmer terminal 230 V AC, 600 VA (W)
KL22808
HD Bus Terminal, 8-channel digital output 24 V DC
KL2809
HD Bus Terminal, 16-channel digital output 24 V DC
KL2872
KL
16-channel digital output 24 V DC,
flat-ribbon cable connection
KM2614
4-channel relay module 230 V AC, 16 A
KM2652
2-channel relay module 230 V A
AC,
C, 6 A,
manual/automatic operati
atioon
KL1809
HD Bus Terminal, 16-channel digital input 24 V DC
KL1859
HD Bus Terminal, 8-channel digital input +
8-channel digital-output 24 V DC
KL1862
KM1644
16-channel digital input 24 V DC, type 3,
flat-ribbon cable connection
4-channel manual operation
Analog input
Product
Description
Productt
Description
KL3061
1-channel analog input 0…10 V
KL44001
1-channel analog outpput 0…10 V
KL3062
2-channel analog input 0…10 V
KL4002
2-channel analoog output 0…10 V
KL3064
KL3
06
4-chhannell analog input 0…10 V
KL4011
1-chan
anne
nel analog output 0…220 mA
KL3112
2-channel analog input 0…20 mA
KL4012
2-channel analog outp
utput
ut 0…20 mA
KL3202
2-channel input PT100 (RTD)
KL4404
4-channel an
analo
alog output 0…10 V
4-channel input PT100 (RTD)
KL4408
8-c
-chan
hannel analog output 0…10 V
KL4414
4-channel analog output 0…20 mA
KL44418
8-channel analog output 0…20 mA
KM4602
2-channel analog outputt 0…10 V,
manual/automatic ope
peration
KL3204
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Analog outpput
KL3208-0010
KL3
HD Bus Terminal, 8-channel inpput PT1
PT1000
000, N
Ni1
i1000 (RTD)
KL3403
3-phase power measurement terminal
KL3444
4-channel analog input 0…20 mA
KL3458
8-chan
hannel
nel analo
l g input
i
4…20 mA
KL3468
8-channel analog input 0…10 V
KL3681
Digital multimeter terminal
KM3701
1-channel differential pressure measuring terminal
-100…+100 hPa
KM3702
2-channel
2-chan
nel ab
absol
solute
ute pr
press
essure measuring terminal
7,500 hPa (7.5 bar)
KM3712
KM3
712
2-channel absolutee pr
press
essure
ure me
measu
asuring
i terminal
-1,000…+1,000 hPa (-1…+1 bar)
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Com
mmunication
Safety
Product
Description
Product
Description
KL6021-0023
KL
Serial interface for processing signals
als from the KL6023
wireless adapter with EnOcean radio tec
echno
h logy
KL1904
4-channel digital input, TwinSAFE, 24 V DC
KL2904
4-channel digital output, TwinSAFE, 24 V DC
KL60233
Wir
irele
e ss adapter for EnOcean radio technology
gy
KL6904
TwinSAFE Logic Bus Terminal
KL6
L6031
Serial innter
te face RS232
KL6041
41
Serial interfac
acee RS422/RS485
KL6301
E /KNX Bus Termin
EIB
minal
KL6401
LON
N Bu
B s Terminal
KL6581
E cean master terminal
EnO
KL6583
EnO
Ocea
ce n transmi
mitter and receiver for th
the KL6581
KL6771
MP-Bus ma
master termiinal
na
KL6781
M-Bus master teermi
r nal
KL6811
DALI/DSI master and powe
ow r supply ter
terminal
KL6831
SMI master terminal, LoVo
KL 841
KL6
SMI master terminal 230 V AC
EL6851
EL6
51
DMX master terminal
EL68511-00
- 10
DMX slave terminal
Manual opperating modules
System terminals
Product
Descripti
ption
Product
Description
KL8500
P ceholder module
Pla
ule
KL9010
KL9
End terminal
KL8519
16-cha
hanne
nn l digital input signa
nall module
KL9
L9160
160
Po ential supply terminal, 120…230 V AC, with diagnostics
Pot
KL8524
4 x 2-channel ddigi
igital output module
KL9184
HD Bus Te
Termi
rm nal, 16-channel potentiall dist
d ribution
b
KL9186
Potential distribution terminal
KL9187
Potential distribution terminal
K 210
KL9
Potential supply terminal, 24 V DC, with diagnostics and fuse
KL9260
Potential supply terminal, 120…230 V AC,
Po
with diag
iagnos
nostic
ticss and
and fus
fu e
KL9309
KL9
Adapter terminal for manual operating modules
KL9380
Potential distribution, 2 x 230 V AC, 2 x 0 V, 2 x PE,
Potent
with X2 suppressor
sor ca
capac
pacito
itorr
KL9400
Power supply unit terminal for K-bus refresh
KL88528
5
8-channel digital output
ut mo
m dule
KL8548
8-channel analog output module 0…
0…10 V
For our complete Bus Terminal portfolio please refer to
www.beckhoff.com/BusTerminal
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information about the Beckhoff products
and technical information, manuals,
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Arvada, CO
Phone: + 1 303 / 429 0758
mountain.sales@beckhoff.com
Beckhoff Automation LLC
Mill Creek, WA
Phone: + 1 425 / 451 4444
northwest.sales@beckhoff.com
West Region Technical Center
Beckhoff Automation LLC
San Diego, CA
Phone: + 1 858 / 546 1111
west.application@beckhoff.com
Canada
Headquarters
Sales, Training Center and
Application Development
Beckhoff Automation Canada Ltd.
2900 Argentia Road, Suite 7
Mississauga, ON L5N 7X9
Phone: + 1 289 / 627 1900
canada@beckhoff.com
Canada Sales
Beckhoff Automation Canada Ltd.
Toronto, ON
Phone: +1 905 / 466 4371
canada@beckhoff.com
Beckhoff Automation Canada Ltd.
London, ON
Phone: + 1 519 / 451 8572
canada@beckhoff.com
Beckhoff Automation Canada Ltd.
Laval, QC
Phone: + 1 514 / 922 3282
canada@beckhoff.com
Mexico
Mexico Sales, Training and
Application Development
Integra Automation, SA de CV
Av. Industrias 1482
78399 Fracc. Esmeralda
San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.
Phone: + 52 444 / 822 2615 al 17
mexico@beckhoff.com
www.integra-automation.com
South America
Argentina
eFALCOM
Alcorta 2411
CPA B1744HFM
Moreno / Buenos Aires
Phone: + 54 237 / 463 1151
info@efalcom.com
www.efalcom.com
Brazil
Headquarters
Beckhoff Automação Industrial Ltda.
Rua Caminho do Pilar, 1362
Vila Gilda, Santo André – SP
CEP: 09190-000
Phone: + 55 (11) 41 26-3232
info@beckhoff.com.br
www.beckhoff.com.br
Office Campinas
Beckhoff Automação Industrial Ltda.
Campinas 13070-056 – SP
Phone: + 55 (19) 3368-7288
info@beckhoff.com.br
Office Joinville
Beckhoff Automação Industrial Ltda.
Joinville 89221-006 – SC
Phone: + 55 47 3439 - 0908
info@beckhoff.com.br
Office Novo Hamburgo
Beckhoff Automaçao Industrial Ltda.
Novo Hamburgo – RS
info@beckhoff.com.br
Chile
ELECDRIVE Proyectos
Industriales S.A.
Los Militares 4265,
Las Condes. Santiago
Phone: (+56-2) 2622 0167 - 2622 6472
Mobile: (+56-9) 9050 9581
elecdrive@elecdrive.cl
www.elecdrive.cl
Colombia
SENTRONIC S.A.S.
Calle 112 70-B-18
Bogotá
Phone: + 57 1 533 4323
sensores@sentronic.com.co
www.sentronic.com.co
Uruguay
Comando Ltda.
Dr. J. de Salterain 1142
Montevideo 11200
Phone: + 598 (2) / 400-7923
comando@comandonet.com
www.comandonet.com
Africa
South Africa
Headquarters
Beckhoff Automation (Pty) Ltd
6 Ateljee Street
Randpark Ridge
Randburg
Gauteng
2194
Phone: + 27 (0) 11 795 2898
info@beckhoff.co.za
www.beckhoff.co.za
Office Cape Town
Beckhoff Automation (Pty) Ltd
Cape Town
Phone: + 27 (0) 861 2325 4633
info@beckhoff.co.za
Office Durban
Beckhoff Automation (Pty) Ltd
Durban
Phone: + 27 (0) 861 2325 4633
info@beckhoff.co.za
Asia
China
Headquarters
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
5th Floor,
No. 163 JiangChang San Road
Shanghai Shibei Industrial Zone
Shanghai, 200436
Phone: + 86 21 / 66 31 26 66
info@beckhoff.com.cn
www.beckhoff.com.cn
Office Beijing
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Beijing, 100044
Phone: + 86 10 / 58 30 12 36
beijing@beckhoff.com.cn
Office Guangzhou
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Guangzhou, 510620
Phone: + 86 20 / 38 01 03 00
guangzhou@beckhoff.com.cn
Office Chengdu
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Chengdu, Sichuan, 610016
Phone: + 86 28 / 86 20 25 81
chengdu@beckhoff.com.cn
Office Wuhan
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Wuhan, Hubei Province
Phone: + 86 27 / 87 71 19 92
wuhan@beckhoff.com.cn
Office Shenyang
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Shenyang City, 11013, Liaoning
Phone: + 86 24 / 22 78 88 96
shenyang@beckhoff.com.cn
Office Qingdao
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Qingdao, Shandong Province
Phone: + 86 532 / 55 66 38 57
qingdao@beckhoff.com.cn
Office Hefei
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Hefei, Anhui Province
Phone: + 86 551 / 55 43 513
hefei@beckhoff.com.cn
Office Hangzhou
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province
Phone: + 86 571 / 87 65 27 86
hangzhou@beckhoff.com.cn
Office Ningbo
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Ningbo, Zhejiang Province
Phone: + 86 574 / 87 20 33 35
ningbo@beckhoff.com.cn
Office Shenzhen
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Shenzhen Province
Phone: + 86 755 / 23 60 32 32
shenzhen@beckhoff.com.cn
Office Nanjing
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Nanjing, Jiangsu Province
Phone: + 86 25 / 85 86 22 71
Office Wuxi
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Wuxi, Jiangsu Province
Phone: + 86 510 / 85 81 93 06
wuxi@beckhoff.com.cn
Office Xi’an
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Xi’an, Shanxi Province
Phone: + 86 29 / 88 49 99 08
xian@beckhoff.com.cn
Suzhou Technical Center
Beckhoff Automation
(Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Suzhou, Jiangsu Province
Phone: + 86 512 / 62 85 22 07
suzhou@beckhoff.com.cn
India
Headquarters
Beckhoff Automation Pvt. Ltd.
Suite 4, Level 6, Muttha Towers
Don Bosco Marg
Pune – 411 006
Phone: + 91 20 40 00 48 00
info@beckhoff.co.in
www.beckhoff.co.in
Sales Office Ahmedabad
Beckhoff Automation Pvt. Ltd.
Ahmedabad – 380015
Phone: + 91 79 40 08 48 00
info@beckhoff.co.in
Sales Office Bangalore
Beckhoff Automation Pvt. Ltd.
Bangalore – 560004
bangalore@beckhoff.co.in
Sales Office Chennai
Beckhoff Automation Pvt. Ltd.
chennai@beckhoff.co.in
Sales Office Delhi
Beckhoff Automation Pvt. Ltd.
Film City Noida – 201301
delhi@beckhoff.co.in
Sales Office Mumbai
Beckhoff Automation Pvt. Ltd.
Thane – 400 601
Phone: + 91 22 67 00 48 45
mumbai@beckhoff.co.in
Israel
Beckhoff Automation Ltd.
Beit Golan
Golan St. (corner of Tavor St.)
Airport City
Lod 70151
Phone: 972 3 7 76 44 45
info@beckhoff.co.il
www.beckhoff.co.il
Japan
Beckhoff Automation K.K.
Nisseki Yokohama Building
18th Floor
1-1-8 Sakuragicho, Naka-ku
Yokohama-shi Kanagawa-ken
231-0062
Phone: + 81 45 650 1612
info@beckhoff.co.jp
www.beckhoff.co.jp
Lebanon, Jordan, Syria
Industrial Technologies (itec) S.A.L.
Afrah Plaza Center,
Blvd Fouad Chehab
Sin El Fil, Beirut
Lebanon
Phone: + 961 (1) 49 11 61
info@iteclb.com
www.iteclb.com
Malaysia
Headquarters
Beckhoff Automation Sdn Bhd
(889044-H)
Unit 2.1, 2nd Floor, Surian Tower
No.1 Jalan PJU 7/3
Mutiara Damansara
47810 Petaling Jaya
Phone: + 60 (3) 7731 8388
info@beckhoff.com.my
www.beckhoff.com.my
Office Penang
Beckhoff Automation Sdn Bhd
(889044-H)
Bayan Baru, 11950, Penang
Phone: + 60 (4) 6460 388
info@beckhoff.com.my
Singapore, Philippines,
Vietnam, Indonesia
Beckhoff Automation Pte. Ltd.
3 International Business Park
#05-07/08 Nordic European Centre
Singapore 609927
Phone: + 65 6697 6220
info@beckhoff.com.sg
www.beckhoff.com.sg
Thailand
TDS Technology (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
50/962 Moo 2
Bengyeetos Thanyaburi
Pratumthanee
12130 Bangkok
Phone: + 66 (0) 2569 5511
sales_th@tdstech.com
www.tdstech.com
T & R Electronic (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
120/62 Moo 8 Bang Sare
Sattahip
Chonburi 20250
Phone: + 66 (0) 3873 7487
trthailand@trelectronic.co.th
www.trelectronic.co.th
South Korea
Tri-TEK Corp.
12F DaeRyung Technotown III
115 Gasan Digital2Ro
Gumcheon-gu
Seoul 153-772
Phone: + 82 2 / 2107-32 42
tritek@tritek.co.kr
www.tritek.co.kr
Taiwan
JI-DIEN Co., Ltd.
9F., No. 22, Sec. 1,
Zhongshan Rd.
Xingzhuang City
Taipei County 242
Phone: + 886 (2) 8522 3237
jidien-taipei@jidien.com
www.jidien.com
United Arab Emirates,
Oman, Qatar, Bahrain,
Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Egypt
Beckhoff Automation FZE
C# 608, Dubai Silicon Oasis
P.O. Box No. 341007
Dubai
United Arab Emirates
Phone: + 971 4 5015480
info@beckhoff.ae
www.beckhoff.ae
Australia
Australia
Headquarters
Beckhoff Automation Pty. Ltd.
23 Edward Street
Oakleigh, Victoria, 3166
Phone: + 61 (3) 99 12 54 30
info@beckhoff.com.au
www.beckhoff.com.au
Sales Office Sydney
Beckhoff Automation Pty. Ltd.
North Ryde, NSW, 2113
Phone: + 61 (2) 80 69-23 33
info@beckhoff.com.au
New Zealand
Beckhoff Automation Limited
Unit C2, 59 Apollo Drive
Albany, Auckland 0632
Phone: + 64 (9) 281 2736
info@beckhoff.co.nz
www.beckhoff.co.nz
www.beckhoff.com
DK3502-0314
Headquarters