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BACnet Integration Manual for
TB7200 & TB7300 Series
Thermostats
INTEGRATION MANUAL
More information
The additional following documentation is available on
http://customer.honeywell.com.
• TB7200 Series Installation Instructions (form number 622019).
• TB7300 Series Installation Instructions (form number 622018).
• PIR Application Guide for TB7200 and TB7300 Series
Thermostats (form number 63-4526).
TB7200 Series
Thermostat
TB7300 Series
Thermostat with
Occupancy Sensor
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
The TB7200 Series PI thermostats are designed for zoning
applications, and the TB7300 Series PI thermostats are
designed for fan coil control. Both Series are communicating
thermostats with models available in BACnet® MS/TP and
ZigBee® wireless mesh protocols and can be easily
integrated into a WEBs-AX building automation system based
on the NiagaraAX® platform.
TB7200 and TB7300 Series thermostats are compatible with
the Honeywell Occupancy Sensor Cover. Thermostats
equipped with an occupancy sensor cover provide advanced
active occupancy logic, which will automatically switch
occupancy levels from Occupied to Stand-By and Unoccupied
as required by local activity being present or not. This
advanced occupancy functionality provides advantageous
energy savings during occupied hours without sacrificing
occupant comfort. All thermostats can be ordered with or
without a factory installed PIR cover.
Contents
Product Overview .............................................................1
Compatibility .....................................................................2
Tips and Things You Need To Know .................................2
Wiring Guidelines .............................................................3
Network Configuration ......................................................5
Network Adapter ...............................................................8
Integration ........................................................................9
Troubleshooting ................................................................14
Appendix ..........................................................................15
BACnet Objects Supported ..............................................16
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COMPATIBILITY
Honeywell TB7200 and TB7300 Series thermostat compatiblity information is provided in Table 1.
Table 1. TB7200 Series and TB7300 Series Thermostat Compatibility Information
WEBs-AX Controller
Thermostats Per Controller*
WEBStation-AX
WEB-2xx
126
3.0 or later
WEB-6xx
126
3.0 or later
WEB-7xx
126
3.5
* 128 total devices supported. One node used by controller and one for a repeater. A repeater is required if more than 64 devices
are on a bus.
TIPS AND THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
• Each thermostat is delivered from the factory with the default MAC address set at 254. At this value, BACnet communication is
NOT active and the device will not participate in the token pass either. The local LED status for the communication adapter at
this point is one short flash only. To enable BACnet communication, set the local MAC address configuration property of the
thermostat to any valid value from 0 to 127.
• After the initial configuration of your device and if your BAS allows you to remove objects, we suggest that you remove all the
configuration objects to prevent unnecessary polling of non used objects and to help speed up the network.
• All configuration objects are available and accessible locally from the device itself using the local configuration routine. Please
refer to the PIR Application Guide for TB7200 and TB7300 Series Thermostats (form number 63-4526).
• In its default mode of operation, the device will automatically match its baud rate to the baud rate of the network. Automatic
baud rate detection will occur when the MS/TP communication port is initialized (on power up). If the network speed is
changed, the device will keep listening at the previously detected speed for 10 minutes before resuming auto-bauding. Repowering the devices will force immediate auto-bauding.
• Enumeration sets for System Mode MV16 depends on Sequence of Operation (MV15) value upon device discovery. If
required enumerations are not present, set MV15 to desired value and rediscover MV16 object. Available enumeration will
now reflect required configuration.
• Enumeration sets for MV16 depends on Fan Mode Sequence (MV58) value upon device discovery. If required enumerations
are not present, set MV58 to desired value and rediscover MV16 object. Available enumeration will now reflect required
configuration.
• Enumeration sets for MV26 and MV27 depend on Control Type (BV75) value and Pipe Number (MV52) value upon device
discovery. If required enumeration is not present, set BV75 and MV52 to desired value and rediscover MV26 and BV27 object.
Available enumeration will now reflect required configuration.
• If the device should go off-line, the following binded thermostat parameters will be released:
• Room Temperature
• Outdoor Temperature
• Occupancy
• The BACnet Data Link layer has two key parameters: the device object name and the device object ID. The device object
name must be unique from any other BACnet device object name on the BACnet network (i.e. not just the MS/TP subnetwork). The device object ID must be unique from any other BACnet device object ID on the entire BACnet network (i.e. not
just the MS/TP sub-network).
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• To assign a Room Temperature (AV7) value manually, users must first enable the Override mode in the Room Temp Override
(BV8) object.
• To assign a Room Humidity (AV10) value manually, users must first enable the Override mode in the Room Humidity Override
(BV11) object.
• Device Name and Device ID properties are writable in Honeywell device object. Both properties can be renamed from any
BACnet network management tool as long as the tool itself give access to write to these properties.
WIRING GUIDELINES
Overview
Honeywell uses EIA-485 as the physical layer between their devices and supervisory controllers
For clarity we will use the term “Device” to represent any product with an active EIA-485 network connection, including Honeywell
and non-Honeywell thermostats.
Table 2. Summary of Specifications for a Honeywell EIA-485 Network
Parameter
Details
Media
Twisted pair 22AWG-24 AWG, shielded recommended
Characteristic Impedance
100-130 ohms
Distributed capacitance
Less than 100 pF per meter (30 pF per foot)
Maximum length per segment
1200 meters (4000 feet)
Polarity
Polarity sensitive
Multi-drop
Daisy-chain (no T connections)
1. TB7200, TB7300 and/or TB7600 Series thermostat devices
are installed at both ends of the MS/TP network:
120 Ohms resistor should be installed at each end.
Terminations
2.
A TB7200, TB7300 or TB7600 Series thermostat is installed at
one end of the MS/TP network and another device is installed
at the other end:
Install an End-Of-Line resistor value that matches the other
device’s instructions regarding the End-Of-Line resistors
3.
Other devices are installed at both ends of the MS/TP
network:
Follow the other device’s instructions regarding the End-Of-Line
resistors.
Maximum number of nodes per segment
64 (Honeywell devices only)
Maximum number of nodes per network
128
Baud rate
9600, 19200, 38400, 76800 (Auto detect)
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Cable Type
Honeywell recommends the use of balanced 22-24 AWG twisted pair with a characteristic impedance of 100-130 ohms,
capacitance of 30 pF/ft or lower. A braided shield is also recommended.
Impedance
A value based on the inherent conductance, resistance, capacitance and inductance that represent the impedance of an infinitely
long cable. The nominal impedance of the cable should be between 100Ωand 120Ω. However using120Ω will result in a lighter
load on the network.
Capacitance (pF/ft)
The amount of equivalent capacitive load of the cable, typically listed in a per foot basis. One of the factors limiting total cable
length is the capacitive load. Systems with long lengths benefit from using low capacitance cable (i.e. 17pF/ft or lower).
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NETWORK CONFIGURATION
EIA-485 networks use a daisy chain configuration. A daisy chain means that there is only one main cable and every network
device is connected directly along its path.
Figure 1 illustrates two improper network configurations and the proper daisy chain configuration.
Other methods of wiring an EIA-485 network may give unreliable and unpredictable results. There are no troubleshooting
methods for these types of networks. Therefore, a great deal of site experimentation may have to be done, making this a difficult
task with no guarantee of success. Honeywell will only support daisy chain configurations.
STAR CONFIGURATION
BUS CONFIGURATION
DAISY CHAIN
CONFIGURATION
M32571
Fig. 1. Three different network configurations: star, bus, and daisy chain.
Only the daisy chain configuration is correct for an EIA-485 network.
Maximum Number of Devices
A maximum of 64 nodes is allowed on a single daisy chain segment. A node is defined as any device (controller, thermostat,
repeater, etc.) connected to the RS485 network. Terminators do not count as a node.
NOTE: Biasing is not required with this series of devices.
To determine the number of nodes on a network, add the following:
• One node for each device, including the controller
• One node for each repeater on the chain
For the example in Figure 2, we have one node for the controller, plus 4 for the thermostats for a total of 5 nodes.
END OF LINE RESISTOR DOES
NOT COUNT AS A NODE
EOL
EOL
SC
NODE 2
NODE 3
NODE 4 NODE 5
NODE 1
LEGEND
EOL: END OF LINE RESISTOR
SC: SUPERVISORY CONTROLLER
M32572
Fig. 2. Five nodes network example.
If you have more than 64 devices, then repeaters are required to extend the network.
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Maximum Cable Length
The maximum length of a chain is related to its transmission speed. The longer the chain, the slower the speed. Using proper
cable, the maximum length of an EIA-485 daisy chain is 4000-ft (1200 m). This will only work reliably for data rates up to 100,000
bps. The maximum data rate is 76,800 bps for TB7200 and TB7300 Series thermostats.
If you require a maximum network length of more than 4000 feet, then repeaters are required to extend the network.
EIA-485 Repeaters
If you have more than 64 devices, or require a maximum network length of more than 4000 feet, then repeaters are required to
extend the network. The BASRT-B repeater by Contemporary Controls can be used if a repeater is needed. The best
configuration is to daisy chain the repeaters to the controller. From each of these repeaters, a separate daisy chain will branch
off. Figure 3 demonstrates a valid use of repeaters in an EIA-485 network.
EOL
EOL
EOL
R
SC
EOL
EOL
R
EOL
EOL
R
EOL
LEGEND
EOL: END OF LINE RESISTOR
R: RS485 REPEATER
SC: SUPERVISORY CONTROLLER
M32573
Fig. 3. Correct usage – repeaters are daisy chained to the supervisory
controller and separate daisy chains branch from each repeater.
Do not install repeaters in series, as this may result in network reliability problems. Figure 4 demonstrates an incorrect use of a
repeater in an EIA-485 network.
EOL
R
SC
EOL
EOL
DO NOT ADD
SECOND
REPEATER R
IN SERIES
EOL
EOL
LEGEND
EOL: END OF LINE RESISTOR
R: RS485 REPEATER
SC: SUPERVISORY CONTROLLER
M32574
Fig. 4. Incorrect usage – the second repeater in series may result in an unreliable system.
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End Of Line (EOL) Resistors
MS/TP network must be properly terminated. For daisy chain configurations, you must install an EOL resistor at each end of the
daisy chain. Depending on your MS/TP network configuration, the resistance value of the EOL resistor may change:
• TB7200, TB7300, or TB7600 Series devices are installed at both ends of the MS/TP network:
• 120 Ohms resistor should be installed at each end.
• A TB7200, TB7300, or TB7600 device is installed at one end of the MS/TP network and another device is installed at the other
end:
• Install an End-Of-Line resistor value that matches the other device’s instructions regarding its EOL resistor value;
• Other devices are installed at both ends of the MS/TP network:
• Follow the other device’s instructions regarding its EOL resistor value.
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NETWORK ADAPTER
The polarity of the connection to the cable is important. From one module to the other it is important that the same colored wire be
connected to “plus” or “+” and the other colored wire be connected to the “minus” or ”-“. Figure 5 shows the proper MS/TP
connections and the location of the Status LED. This Status LED may help to troubleshoot network problems.
Fig. 5. Correct MS/TP connections and location of a Status LED on a BACnet module
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Ref terminal should NEVER be used to wire shields. The 2 shields from each feed of the network
connection to a thermostat should be wired together in the back of the thermostat and properly protected to prevent any
accidental connection to the ground.
The joined shield connection should then be grounded at a SINGLE point on the whole segment. More than one ground
connection to a shielded wire may induce ground loop noises and affect communication.
Network Adapter Status LED
Table 3 shows the different possibilities with the Status LED behavior for a BACnet module.
Table 3. Status LED condition and possible solutions.
Condition of the Status LED
Possible Cause
Solution
• 1 short blink
BACnet communication NOT active at
default MAC address = 254
Change MAC address to another
value from 0 to 127
• 2 short blink (no wires
connected to the module)
The right module has been installed on
the right thermostat model
N/A
• 2 short blink (wires connected
to the module)
Module is not at the same baud rate as
the network
Power off and on the thermostat
• 2 short blinks and a longer blink
(wires connected to the
module)
The module has detected the presence
of a network
N/A
• Right after power is applied: 2
long blinks and then no blinking
Polarity has been reversed at the
module
Reverse polarity at the module
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INTEGRATION
Global Commands
The following figure shows which objects from the thermostat can be monitored and commanded from the BAS front-end.
GLOBAL COMMANDS ALL DEVICES
(ALL THERMOSTATS)
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE AND OUTDOOR HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY)
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE AND HVAC PLANT CURRENT MODE
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE (AV9)
DEHUMIDIFICATION LOCKOUT (BV13)
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION (MV15)
SYSTEM MODE (AV16)
GLOBAL COMMANDS SPECIFIC DEVICES
(SPECIFIC AREA THERMOSTATS)
SCHEDULE
SCHEDULE AND OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE
OCCUPANCY (MV18)
FAN MODE (MV17)
OCCUPIED HEATING SETPOINT (AV39)
UNOCCUPIED HEATING SETPOINT (AV43)
OCCUPIED COOLING SETPOINT (AV40)
UNOCCUPIED COOLING SETPOINT (AV44)
KEYPAD LOCKOUT (MV19)
ROOM TEMPERATURE (AV7)
AUX OUTPUT (BV14)
RESTRICT USER ACCESS TO THERMOSTAT
ROOM TEMPERATURE FOR TESTING AND OVERRIDE
REMOTE CONTROL OF THE AUXILIARY OUTPUT
MSTP NETWORK
BAS FRONT-END
TB7300 SERIES TSTAT
DEVICE LEVEL
GLOBAL COMMAND CONTROL LEVEL
MCR32655
Fig. 6. Global commands from a BAS front-end to a typical TB7300 Series thermostat.
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TB7200 Integration – Graphical User Interface (GUI) objects
The following objects should be typically used in a GUI:
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•
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Room Temperature (AV7);
Occupied and Unoccupied Heat Setpoints (AV 39 and AV43);
Occupied and Unoccupied Cool Setpoints (AV 40 and AV34);
Outdoor Temperature (AV 9);
Supply Temperature (AI12) (If available);
Occupancy Command (MV18);
System Mode (MV16);
Heating Valve Status (MV26);
Cooling Valve Status (MV28);
PI Heating Demand (AV21)
PI Cooling Demand (AV22)
Window Alarm (BI 35);
Filter Alarm (BI 36);
Service Alarm (BI 37)
Fig. 7. Example of graphical user interface objects.
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TB7300 Integration – Graphical User Interface (GUI) Objects
The following objects should be typically used in a GUI:
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•
•
•
•
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•
•
•
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Room Temperature (AV7);
Occupied and Unoccupied Heat Setpoints (AV 39 and AV43);
Occupied and Unoccupied Cool Setpoints (AV 40 and AV34);
Room Humidity (AV10) (If available);
Room Humidity Setpoint (AV 71) (If available);
Outdoor Temperature (AV 9);
Supply Temperature (AI12) (If available);
Occupancy Command (MV18);
System Mode (MV16);
Fan Mode (MV17);
Fan Status (MV28);
Heating Valve Status (MV26);
Cooling Valve Status (MV28);
PI Heating Demand (AV21);
PI Cooling Demand (AV22);
Window Alarm (BI 35);
Filter Alarm (BI 36);
Service Alarm (BI 37)
Fig. 8. Example of graphical user interface objects.
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Configuration Objects
The following objects and group objects should be typically used for configuration purposes:
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•
General Options 1 Group GRP 45 and its complete list of objects;
General Options 2 Group GRP 55 and its complete list of objects;
Humidity Models Configuration Options Group GRP 69 and its complete list of objects;
Output Configuration Options Group GRP 74 and its complete list of objects.
If your BAS allows you to remove objects, Honeywell recommends removing all configuration objects once your setup is
complete. This will prevent unnecessary network polling and traffic.
Default Device Name and default Device ID
Default Device Name is set to: Model number – MAC:
• Where MAC is the current MAC address of the device.
• Where Model number is Honeywell part number.
The device name will be upgraded as soon as there is a change to the device MAC address.
The Device Name and Device ID properties are writable in Honeywell device object. Both properties can be renamed from any
BACnet network management tool as long as the tool itself can write to these properties.
TB7200 Models
Default Device ID is set to: 72000 + MAC
• Where MAC is the current MAC address of the device.
The device ID will also be upgraded as soon as there is a change to the device’s MAC.
For example, when a TB7200F5014B thermostat with a MAC address of 41 is connected to a network, its default Device Name
will be TB7200F5x14B-41 and its default Device ID will be 72041.
TB7300 Models
Default Device ID is set to: 73000 + MAC
• Where MAC is the current MAC address of the device.
The device ID will also be upgraded as soon as there is a change to the device’s MAC.
For example, when a TB7300C5014B thermostat with a MAC address of 63 is connected to a network, its default Device Name
will be TB7300C5x14B-63 and its default Device ID will be 73063.
Integrating Honeywell Devices on an MS/TP Network
Before doing any BACnet integration, make sure to have Honeywell PICS (Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement).
This PICS document lists all the BACnet Services and Object types supported by a device and can be found at
http://customer.honeywell.com.
Honeywell devices do not support the COV service. COV reporting allows an object to send out notices when its Present-Value
property is incremented by a pre-defined value. Since this is not supported at Honeywell’s end, special attention should be given
to the polling time settings at the Supervisory Controller and Workstation level when using a graphic interface or an application
program to read or write to a Honeywell object.
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Graphical interfaces
For example, some graphic interface might poll every data linked to the graphic page on a COV basis. If the 3rd party device does
not support COV, the graphic interface then relies on a pre-configured polling interval, which is usually in hundredths of
milliseconds. Any device containing a monitored object could be subject to network traffic congestion if such a polling interval is
used. Honeywell strongly recommends a polling interval of 5 seconds minimum for any graphic interface. This becomes even
more critical in area graphics where a single representation might poll many devices. If proper poll rate is not respected, devices
may be reported offline by certain front end by saturating the traffic handling capacity of BACnet MS/TP without COV
subscription.
Free programmed object or loops
As for the application program, you might want to read and write any MS/TP data on an “If Once” basis or a “Do Every” loop basis
instead of reading or writing to a 3rd party device’s object directly in the program. Otherwise, any read or write request will occur
at the Supervisory Controller’s program scan rate, which might as well be in hundredths of milliseconds. This can easily bog
down a network as single commands can be sent to all ASC devices down the MS/TP trunks every hundredth of milliseconds
Programs writing to the devices should have a structure similar to the following:
If Once Schedule = On then
MV13 = Occupied
End If
If Once Schedule = Off Then
MV13 = Unoccupied
End If
Do Every 5min
If Schedule = On Then
MV13= Occupied
Else
MV13 = Unoccupied
End If
End Do
OR
Retries and Timeouts
Another thing to look for in a BACnet integration is the Device object of the Supervisory Controller (and the Operator’s
Workstation). This object contains the 2 following required properties: Retry Timeout and Number of APDU Retries.
1.
The Retry Timeout property specifies the time between re-transmissions if the acknowledgement has not been received.
When you are experiencing problems with controllers dropping off-line, increasing this value may help.
2.
The Number of APDU Retries property specifies the number of times unsuccessful transmissions will be repeated. If the
receiving controller has not received the transmission successfully after this many attempts, no further attempts will be
made.
For example, if one of the thermostats does not reply to a Supervisory Controller (SC) request, and the SC’s Retry Timeout is set
to 2000 msec and the Number of APDU Retries is set to 1 (still at the SC level), then the SC will send one other request, 2 sec
later. If the MS/TP device does not reply, it will be considered Off-line by the workstation.
So having a Retry Timeout value of 10000 msec and a Number of APDU Retries property set to 3 at the SC level may prevent
device from dropping Off-line. These properties should also be changed at the Workstation level since the workstation will likely
issue requests to any MS/TP devices when the graphics are used.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Error / Trouble
Condition
Thermostat does not
come online
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Possible Cause
Solution
Two or more controllers have the same
MAC address.
Modify each duplicate address to a unique
number.
The MS/TP network has too many devices.
Do not exceed the maximum number of
devices and maximum length allowed by the
EIA-485 specifications.
Too many devices were installed without
any repeaters.
Repeaters need to be installed as specified
in this document.
The MS/TP cable runs are broken
Locate the break and correct wiring
MS/TP connections at the module are
reversed
Respect polarity of the wires on a MS/TP
network.
The thermostat does not have power
Apply power to the thermostat
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APPENDIX
TB7200 & TB7300 Series Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement
(PICS)
Vendor Name: Honeywell
Product Name: TB7200 and TB7300 Series Thermostats
TB7200 Product Description
The TB7200 series BACnet communicating thermostat has been specifically designed for zoning applications to be monitored on
a BACnet MS-TP® network.
TB7200 Product Model Number: TB7200C5x14B and TB7200F5x14B
TB7300 Product Description
The TB7300 series BACnet communicating thermostat has been specifically designed for zoning and fan coil applications to be
monitored on a BACnet MS-TP® network.
TB7300 Product Model Number: TB7300A5x14B, TB7305A5x14B, TB7300C5x14B, TB7305C5x14B, TB7350C5x14B,
TB7355C5x14B, TB7300F5x14B, TB7305F5x14B, TB7350F5x14B and TB7355F5x14B
Supported BACnet Services
The BACnet communicating thermostat meets all requirements for designation as an Application Specific Controller (B-ASC).
The BACnet thermostat series supports the following BACnet Interoperability Building Blocks (BIBBs).
Application Service
Designation
Data Sharing – Read Property - B
DS-RP-B
Data Sharing – Read Property Multiple - B
DS-RPM-B
Data Sharing – Write Property - B
DS-WP-B
Device Management - Device Communication Control - B
DM-DCC-B
Device Management – Dynamic Device Binding - B
DM-DDB-B
Device Management – Dynamic Object Binding - B
DM-DOB-B
NOTE: The thermostat does not support segmented requests or responses.
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BACNET OBJECTS SUPPORTED
Device Objects
Table 4. Device Objects.
Object Name
TB7200X5x14B
TB73xxX5X14B
Type and
Instance
Device
Object Property
Thermostat Parameter
Object_Identifier
Unique ID number of a device on a network.
Property 75 (R,W)
Object_Name
Unique name of a Device on a network.
Property 77 (R,W)
Model Name
Thermostat Model number.
Property 70 (R)
Firmware Revision
Current BACnet firmware revision used by the
thermostat.
Property 44 (R)
Protocol Version
Current BACnet firmware protocol version.
Property 98 (R)
Protocol Revision
Default is Version 1.
Current BACnet firmware protocol revision.
Property 139 (R)
Max ADPU Length
Default is Version 2.
Maximum ADPU Length accepted
Property 62 (R)
ADPU Timeout
Default is 244
ADPU timeout value
Property 10 (R)
Application-SoftwareVersion Property 12 (R)
Default is 60,000 ms
Thermostat base application software version.
Max_Master (R,W)
Maximum master devices allowed to be part of the
network. 0 to 127, default is 127.
BACnet MS-TP MAC Address. Proprietary attribute.
Default is as assigned by configuration.
BACnet MS-TP Baud-Rate. Proprietary attribute.
Default is based on current released version
MS/TP_Address
Property 1001 (R,W)
MS/TP_Baud_Rate
Property 1002 (R,W)
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Range is: 1 = 9.6 KBps, 2 = 19.2 KBps, 3 = 38.4 KBps, 4
= 76.8 KBps and 5 = Auto Baud Rate. Index 5 is Write
only. Reading attribute will state current Baud rate used.
Writing index 1 to 4 will fix the Baud rate to the desired
value.
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Objects Table
TB7200C5x14B
TB7200F5x14B
TB7300A5x14B
TB7305A5x14B
TB7300C5x14B
TB7305C5x14B
TB7350C5x14B
TB7355C5x14B
TB7300F5x14B
TB7305F5x14B
TB7350F5x14B
TB7355F5x14B
Table 5. Objects.
Room Temperature
AV 7
Present_Value (R,W)

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


Room Temp Override
BV 8
Present_Value (R,W)

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
Outdoor Temperature
AV 9
Present_Value (R,W)

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
Room Humidity
AV 10
Present_Value (R,W)
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


Room Humid Override
BV 11
Present_Value (R,W)




Supply Temperature
AI 12
Present_Value (R)




Dehumidification
Lockout
BV 13
Present_Value (R,W)




AUX Command
BV 14
Present_Value (R,W)












Sequence of Operation
MV 15
Present_Value (R,W)












System Mode
MV 16
Present_Value (R,W)












Fan Mode
MV 17
Present_Value (R,W)










Occupancy Command
MV 18
Present_Value (R,W)












Keypad Lockout
MV 19
Present_Value (R,W)












Control Output
GRP 20
Present_Value (R)












PI Heating Demand
AV 21
Present_Value (R)












PI Cooling Demand
AV 22
Present_Value (R)












Dehumidification Status
BI 23
Present_Value (R)




Controller Status
GRP 24
Present_Value (R)












AUX Status
BI 25
Present_Value (R)












Heating Valve Status
MV 26
Present_Value (R)








Cooling Valve Status
MV 27
Present_Value (R)








Fan Status
MV 28
Present_Value (R)










BI 1 Status
BI 29
Present_Value (R)












BI 2 Status
BI 30
Present_Value (R)












UI 3 Status
BI 31
Present_Value (R)












Local Motion
BI 32
Present_Value (R)












Effective Occupancy
MV 33
Present_Value (R)












Controller Alarms
GRP 34
Present_Value (R)












Window Alarm
BI 35
Present_Value (R)












Object Name
Type and
Instance
Object Property

17







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TB7200C5x14B
TB7200F5x14B
TB7300A5x14B
TB7305A5x14B
TB7300C5x14B
TB7305C5x14B
TB7350C5x14B
TB7355C5x14B
TB7300F5x14B
TB7305F5x14B
TB7350F5x14B
TB7355F5x14B
Table 5. Objects. (Continued)
Filter Alarm
BI 36
Present_Value (R)












Service Alarm
BI 37
Present_Value (R)












Temperature Setpoints
GRP 38
Present_Value (R)












Occupied Heat Setpoint
AV 39
Present_Value (R,W)












Occupied Cool Setpoint
AV 40
Present_Value (R,W)












Stand-by Heat Setpoint
AV 41
Present_Value (R,W)












Stand-by Cool Setpoint
AV 42
Present_Value (R,W)












Unoccupied Heat
Setpoint
AV 43
Present_Value (R,W)












Unoccupied Cool
Setpoint
AV 44
Present_Value (R,W)












General Options 1
GRP 45
Present_Value (R)












BI 1 Configuration
MV 46
Present_Value (R,W)












BI 2 Configuration
MV 47
Present_Value (R,W)












UI 3 configuration
MV 48
Present_Value (R,W)












Menu Scroll
BV 49
Present_Value (R,W)












Auto Mode Enable
BV 50
Present_Value (R,W)










Temperature Scale
BV 51
Present_Value (R,W)










Pipe Number
MV 52
Present_Value (R,W)










Out#1 Config
MV 53
Present_Value (R,W)


AUX Configuration
MV 54
Present_Value (R,W)












General Options 2
GRP 55
Present_Value (R)












Password Value
AV 56
Present_Value (R,W)












Fan Mode Sequence
MV 58
Present_Value (R,W)










Heating Setpoint Limit
AV 58
Present_Value (R,W)












Cooling Setpoint Limit
AV 59
Present_Value (R,W)












Setpoint Type
BV 60
Present_Value (R,W)












Setpoint Function
BV 61
Present_Value (R,W)










Temporary Occupancy
Time
MV 62
Present_Value (R,W)












Deadband
AV 63
Present_Value (R,W)












Reheat Time Base
BV 64
Present_Value (R,W)












Object Name
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Instance
Object Property
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TB7200F5x14B
TB7300A5x14B
TB7305A5x14B
TB7300C5x14B
TB7305C5x14B
TB7350C5x14B
TB7355C5x14B
TB7300F5x14B
TB7305F5x14B
TB7350F5x14B
TB7355F5x14B











































Present_Value (R)




BV 70
Present_Value (R,W)




RH Setpoint
AV 71
Present_Value (R,W)




Dehumidification
Hysterisys
AV 72
Present_Value (R,W)




Dehumidification MAX
Cooling
AV 73
Present_Value (R,W)




Output Configuration
Options
GRP 74
Present_Value (R)

Control type
BV 75
Present_Value (R,W)
Floating Motor timing
MV 76
On Off Control CPH
Direct Reverse Acting
Object Name
Type and
Instance
Object Property
TB7200C5x14B
Table 5. Objects. (Continued)

Proportional Band
MV 65
Present_Value (R,W)
Auto Fan
BV 66
Present_Value (R,W)
Stand-by Time
AV 67
Present_Value (R,W)

Unoccupied Time
AV 68
Present_Value (R,W)

Humidity Models
Configuration Options
GRP 69
RH Display









Present_Value (R,W)





MV 77
Present_Value (R,W)





BV 78
Present_Value (R,W)
19














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Standard Object Types Supported
Table 6. Standard object types supported.
Object Type
Supported
Objects
Dynamically
Creatable
Dynamically
Deletable
Optional
Properties
Supported
Writable Properties



Reliability
Out_of_Service
Analog Input
Present_Valuea,b

Analog Value
a


Binary Input



Binary Value



Reliability
Reliability
Active_Text
Inactive_Text
Reliability
Active_Text
Inactive_Text
Out_of_Servicea
Object_Namec
Out_of_Service
Present_Value
Out_of_Service

Max_Master
Max_Info_frames
Object_Identifier
Object_name
Max_Master


N/A
N/A


Reliability
States_Text
Present_Valued
Device


Group

Multi-state Value

Out_of_Serviced
Present_Value and Out_of_Service properties are writable for every AV objects except :
• PI Heating Demand (AV21)
• PI Cooling Demand (AV22)
b
c
Present_Value property for Room Temperature (AV7) and Room Humidity (AV10) is writable only if Room Temp
Override (BV8) is enabled and Room Humidity Override (BV11) is enabled respectively.
Object_Name property is writable for the following object only :
• Room Temperature (AV7)
d
Present_Value and Out_of_Service properties are writable for every MV objects except :
• Heating Valve Status (MV26)
• Cooling Valve Status (MV27)
• Fan Status (MV28)
• Effective Occupancy (MV33)
List of Proprietary Properties
Table 7. Proprietary Properties.
Property name
Major_Version
1000
CharacterString
Description
The version number of the BACnet communications
module. This is the hardware version number
MS/TP_Address
1001
Unsigned
Display the MAC layer address of the module
MS/TP_Baud_Rate
1002
Unsigned
Display the communication baud rate of the module
Sensor_Offset
1005
REAL
Display the temperature or humidity calibration value.
The range is –5.0 deg F to 5.0 deg F for a temperature
and –15% to 15% for humidity.
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Property Value Range Restrictions
Table 8. Property value range restrictions.
Object Type
and instance
Minimum range
value
Maximum
range value
Default value
Room Temperature
AV 7
-39.9°F (-40°C)
121.9°F (50°C)
N/A
Outdoor Temperature
AV 9
-39°F (-40°C)
121.9°F (50°C)
N/A
Room Humidity
AV 10
5%
90%
N/A
Supply Temperature
AI 12
-39.9°F (-40°C)
121.9°F (50°C)
N/A
PI Heating demand
AV 21
0%
100%
0%
PI Cooling demand
AV 22
0%
100%
0%
Occupied Heat Setpoint
AV 39
40°F (4.5°C)
90°F (32°C)
72°F (22°C)
Occupied Cool Setpoint
AV 40
54°F (12°C)
100°F (37.5°C)
74°F (24°C)
Stand-by Heat Setpoint
AV 41
40°F (4.5°C)
90°F (32°C)
72°F (22°C)
Stand-by Cool Setpoint
AV 42
54°F (12°C)
100°F (37.5°C)
74°F (24°C)
Unoccupied Heat Setpoint
AV 43
40°F (4.5°C)
90°F (32°C)
62°F (16.5°C)
Unoccupied Cool Setpoint
AV 44
54°F (12°C)
100°F (37.5°C)
80°F (26.5°C)
Password Value
AV 56
0
1000
0
Heating Setpoint Limit
AV 58
40°F (4.5°C)
90°F (32°C)
90°F (32°C)
Cooling Setpoint Limit
AV 59
54°F (12°C)
100°F (37.5°C)
54°F (12°C)
Deadband
AV 63
2°F (1°C)
5°F (2.5°C)
2°F (1°C)
Stand-by Time
AV 67
0.5 Hours
24.0 Hours
0.5 Hours
Unoccupied Time
AV 68
0.0 Hours
24.0 Hours
0.0 Hours
RH Setpoint
AV 45
30%
100%
50%
Dehumidification Hysterisys
AV 46
2%
20%
5%
Dehumidification MAX cooling
AV 47
20%
100%
100%
Object name
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Property Enumeration Sets for BV & BI Objects
Table 9. Property enumeration sets for BV and BI objects.
Object Name
Object Type
and Instance
Inactive_Text
Active_Text
Default value
Room Temp Override
BV 8
Normal
Override
Normal
Room Humidity Override
BV 11
Normal
Override
Normal
Dehumidification Lockout
BV 13
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
AUX Command
BV 14
Off
On
Off
Dehumidification Status
BI 23
Off
On
Off
Aux Status
BI 25
Off
On
Off
BI 1 Status
BI 29
Deactivated
Activated
Deactivated
BI 2 Status
BI 30
Deactivated
Activated
Deactivated
UI 3 Status(*)
BI 31
Deactivated
Activated
Deactivated
Local Motion
BI 32
No Motion
Motion
No Motion
Window Alarm
BI 35
Off
On
Off
Filter Alarm
BI 36
Off
On
Off
Service Alarm
BI 37
Off
On
Off
Menu Scroll
BV 49
No Scroll
Scroll Active
Scroll Active
Auto Mode Enable
BV 50
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Temperature Scale
BV 51
°C
°F
°F
Setpoint Type
BV 60
Permanent
Temporary
Permanent
Setpoint Function
BV 61
Dual Setpoints
Attached
Setpoints
Dual Setpoints
Reheat Time Base
BV 64
15 minutes
10 seconds
15 minutes
Auto Fan
BV 66
Auto Speed
Auto Speed / Auto
Demand
Auto Speed
RH Display
BV 70
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Control Type
BV 75
On/Off
Floating
On/Off
Direct/ Reverse Acting
BV 78
Direct Acting
Reverse Acting
Direst Acting
(**) This object will be linked to the value of the “UI 3 Configuration” object. When the “UI 3 Configuration” object value is 0, 3 or
4, the value will be set to “Deactivated.”
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Enumeration Sets for MV Objects
Table 10. Property enumeration sets for MV objects.
Object Name
Object ID
BACnet Index
Text
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
Cooling Only
Heating Only
Cooling & Reheat
Heating & Reheat
Cool/Heat4P
Cool/Heat4P&Reht
Off
Auto
Cool
Heat
Default value
Sequence of
Operation
MV 15
System Mode
Note 1
MV 16
Fan Mode
Note 3
MV 17
1, 2, 3 or 4
Note 4
Note 5
Occupancy
Command
MV 18
1
2
3
Local Occupancy
Occupied
Unoccupied
Depends on network
command
MV 19
1
2
3
4
5
6
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
Level 0
Keypad Lockout
NOTES:
1.
2.
Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
Cooling Only
Cooling with Reheat
Heating Only
Heating with Reheat
Cooling/Heating 4 Pipes
Cooling/Heating 4 Pipes with Reheat
4.
5.
Note 2
Enumeration sets for MV16 depends on Sequence of Operation (MV15) value upon device discovery. If required
enumeration is not present, set MV15 to desired value and rediscover MV16 object. Available enumeration will now
reflect required configuration.
Default value of MV16 depends on MV15 value upon device discovery.
MV15 Index
3.
Heating Only
Default Value is BV50
Enabled
Cool
Auto
Heat
Heat
Auto
Auto
Default Value is BV50
Disabled
Cool
Heat
Heat
Heat
Heat
Heat
Enumeration sets for MV17 depends on Fan Mode Sequence (MV58) value upon device discovery. If required enumeration is not present, set MV58 to desired value and rediscover MV17 object. Available enumeration will now
reflect required configuration.
Available state text and default value depends on Fan Mode Sequence (MV58) value upon device discovery.
Same as Note 4.
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MV17 Index
1
2
3
4
5
Function MV58 State Text Index
1 Low - 2 Med - 3 High
1 Low - 2 High
1 Low - 2 Med - 3 High - 4 Auto
1 Low - 2 High - 3 Auto
1 Auto -2 On
Default Value
High
High
High
High
Auto
Table 10. Property enumeration sets for MV objects. (Continued)
Object Name
Object ID
BACnet Index
Text
Default value
Heating Valve Status
Note 6
MV 26
Note 7
Note 7
Note 7
Cooling Valve Status
Note 8
MV 27
Note 9
Note 9
Note 9
1
Off
2
Low
3
Med
4
High
1
Occupied
Fan Status
MV 28
Effective Occupancy
6.
7.
MV 33
2
Unoccupied
3
Temporary Occupied
4
Stand-by
Off
Depends on local
occupancy
Enumeration sets for MV26 depends on Control Type (BV75) value and Pipe Number (MV52) value upon device discovery. If required enumeration is not present, set BV75 and MV52 to desired value and rediscover MV26 object.
Available enumeration will now reflect required configuration.
Available object name, state text and default value depends on Control Type (BV75) value and Pipe Number (MV52)
upon device discovery.
BV75 Value
MV52 Index
MV26 Object
Name
Function MV26 State Text Index
Default Value
On/Off
1 (2 pipe)
Unused Output
N/A
N/A
2 (4 pipe)
Heating Valve
Status
1 Closed – 2 Open
Closed
1 (2 pipe)
Unused Output
N/A
N/A
2 (4 pipe)
Heating Valve
Status
1 Stopped - 2 Opening - 3 Closing
Stopped
Floating
8.
9.
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Enumeration sets for MV27 depends on Control Type (BV75) value and Pipe Number (MV52) value upon device discovery. If required enumeration is not present, set BV75 and MV52 to desired value and rediscover MV27 object.
Available enumeration will now reflect required configuration.
Available object name, state text and default value depends on Control Type (BV75) value and Pipe Number (MV52)
upon device discovery.
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BV75 Value
MV52 Index
MV27 Object
Name
Function MV26 State Text Index
Default Value
On/Off
1 (2 pipe)
Heat/Cool Valve
Status
1 Closed – 2 Open
Closed
2 (4 pipe)
Cooling Valve
Status
1 Closed – 2 Open
Closed
1 (2 pipe)
Heat/Cool Valve
Status
1 Stopped - 2 Opening - 3 Closing
Stopped
2 (4 pipe)
Cooling Valve
Status
1 Stopped - 2 Opening - 3 Closing
Stopped
Floating
Table 10. Property enumeration sets for MV objects. (Continued)
Object Name
BI1 Configuration
BI2 Configuration
UI3 Configuration
Pipe Number
Out#1 Cfg
AUX Configuration
Object ID
MV 46
MV 47
MV 48
MV 52
MV 53
MV 54
BACnet Index
Text
1
None
2
Rem NSB
3
Motion NO
4
Motion NC
5
Window
1
None
2
Door Dry
3
Override
4
Filter
5
Service
1
None
2
COC/NH
3
COC/NC
4
COS
5
SS
1
2 Pipe
2
4 Pipe
1
2
2
4
1
Not used
2
NO with Occ
3
NC with Occ
4
NO with Occ & Fan
5
NC with Occ & Fan
6
Network controlled
25
Default value
None
None
None
4 Pipes
4
Not Used
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Table 10. Property enumeration sets for MV objects. (Continued)
Object Name
Fan Mode Sequence
Temporary Occupancy
Time
Proportional Band
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MV 58
MV 62
MV 65
BACnet Index
Text
Default value
1
Low-Med-High
2
Low-High
3
Low-Med-High-Auto
4
Low-High-Auto
5
On-Auto
1
0 hour
2
1 hour
3
2 hours
4
3 hours
5
4 hours
6
5 hours
7
6 hours
8
7 hours
9
8 hours
10
9 hours
11
10 hours
12
11 hours
13
12 hours
14
13 hours
15
14 hours
16
15 hours
17
16 hours
18
17 hours
19
18 hours
20
19 hours
21
20 hours
22
21 hours
23
22 hours
24
23 hours
25
24 hours
1
3
3F
1.2 C
2
4
4F
1.7 C
3
5
5F
2.2 C
4
6
6F
2.8 C
5
7
7F
3.3 C
6
8
8F
3.9 C
7
9
9F
5.0 C
8
10
10 F
5.6 C
26
On-Auto
2 hours
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Table 10. Property enumeration sets for MV objects. (Continued)
Object Name
Floating Motor Timing
On-Off Control CPH
Object ID
MV 76
MV 77
BACnet Index
Text
1
0.5 minute
2
1 minute
3
1.5 minutes
4
2 minutes
5
2.5 minutes
6
3 minutes
7
3.5 minutes
8
4 minutes
9
4.5 minutes
10
5 minutes
11
5.5 minutes
12
6 minutes
13
6.5 minutes
14
7 minutes
15
7.5 minutes
16
8 minutes
17
8.5 minutes
18
9 minutes
1
3 CPH
2
4 CPH
3
5 CPH
4
6 CPH
5
7 CPH
6
8 CPH
27
Default value
1.5 minutes
4 CPH
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