TAC INet 2000 to BACnet IP

A FieldServer protocol gateway that provides data exchange between TAC INet 2000 and BACnet IP QuickServer is a high performance, fully configurable, cost effective Building and Industrial Automation gateway for integrators to easily interface dev...
SKU:
FS-QS-1XX0-0250
Max Points
Max Points: 250, 500
TAC INet 2000 to BACnet IP

TAC INet 2000 to BACnet IP


Quickserver Gateway (Serial-Ethernet)

QuickServer is a high performance, fully configurable, cost effective Building and Industrial Automation gateway for integrators to easily interface devices to networks in commercial buildings and industrial plants.

System integrators world-wide have benefitted from the value of the powerful line of interoperability gateways offered by FieldServer. Now, QuickServer adds to that value by running the same robust FieldServer protocol conversion software on a highly cost effective platform backed by the experience, engineering expertise and proven technical support that integrators have come to expect from FieldServer.

QuickServer is available in two series. The FS-QS-10XX Series is preloaded with two BAS drivers (serial, Ethernet and/or LonWorks) from a choice of Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP, BACnet/IP®, BACnet MS/TP, LonWorks®, JCI Metasys® N2 and SNMP. Each QuickServer can handle up to 250 points.

The FS-QS-12XX Series QuickServer is available to use any Serial, Ethernet or LonWorks driver in the extensive FieldServer driver library. The FS-QS-12XX Series can handle up to 500 points and is available with a choice of RS-485, RS-232 or RS- 422 serial ports, KNX or M-Bus, in addition to Ethernet and LonWorks (optional).

Each QuickServer includes browser-based tools to make it easy to set-up QuickServer and perform diagnostics including determination of status, network settings, node information, map descriptors and more. The USB flash drive also includes the Discovery utility to determine what FieldServers are on a network.

TAC I/Net 2000

The TAC-I/Net driver allows the FieldServer to transfer data to and from Server and Client devices on a MR LAN over RS-485 using TAC-I/Net driver protocol.

The protocol works over a multidrop RS-485 line and allows only one Client and up to 32 Servers on a network channel. Servers are assigned station addresses that range from 0 to 31. The Client does not have a station address.

If more than 320 points are needed on the I/net network an alternative is for the customer to purchase the 7797-15 Modbus RTU interface card. This interface card will allow 2000 points to be passed to the I/net Sublan. This will change the application from I/net to Modbus, but it will work. 

BACnet IP

The BACnet/IP driver allows the FieldServer to transfer data to and from devices over Ethernet using BACnet/IP protocol. The FieldServer can emulate either a Server or Client.

All information in a BACnet system is represented in terms of objects. The Object_Identifier is a 32-bit code that identifies the type of Object (also identified by the Object_Type Property) and its "Instance" number, which together uniquely identify the Object within its BACnet device. Theoretically, a BACnet device could have over four million Objects of a particular type. The Object_Name is a text string, which has a unique capability.

BACnet devices may broadcast queries for devices that contain Objects with a specific Object_Name. This can greatly simplify project setup.

BACnet requires one Device Object to be present in every BACnet device. The Device Object makes information about the device and its capabilities available to other devices on the networks. Before one BACnet device starts control-related communications with another, it needs to obtain some of the information presented by the other device's Device Object. Unlike other Objects, the Device Object's Instance number must be unique across the entire BACnet internetwork because it is used to uniquely identify the BACnet devices. It may be used to conveniently identify the BACnet device from other devices during installation.

Standard object types are used to hold real time data and other information. Each Object Type is referenced by a number, for example 0 represents an Analog Input. See Appendix D.1 for abbreviation list.

Each Object consists of a number of prescribed properties, the main property being the Present_Value. Objects are monitored and controlled through their properties.

The information that follows describes how to expand upon the factory defaults provided in the configuration files included with the FieldServer.

Manuals

FS-8704-06_BACnet_IP
FS-8700-71_Tac/CSI INet Driver Manual Rev1.05_2001
QuickServer Start-up Guide

Datasheets

FS-8704-06 BACnet/IP
QuickServer Data Sheet

Logos

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Logo BTL Bacnet Test Lab
Logo TAC Inet

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