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Babel Buster BB2-7040 BACnet ZigBee Gateway
Babel Buster BB2-7040 is a BACnet client/server device that functions as a ZigBee Coordinator and gateway. Data from ZigBee sensors will appear as BACnet objects on BACnet IP and/or BACnet MS/TP. Data written to BACnet objects can also be propagated to ZigBee actuators by the BB2-7040.

Babel Buster BB2-7040 BACnet ZigBee Gateway

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Part Number:BB2-7040

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Control Solutions’ Babel Buster® BB2-7040 is a BACnet client/server device that functions as a ZigBee Coordinator and gateway. After setting up the appropriate mappings in the BB2-7040, data from ZigBee sensors will appear as BACnet objects on BACnet IP and/or BACnet MS/TP. Data written to BACnet objects can also be propagated to ZigBee actuators by the BB2-7040.


The BB2-7040 expects most ZigBee endpoints to be low power devices that spend most of their time sleeping. Therefore the traditional gateway behavior of polling slave devices will not work. The BB2-7040 operates primarily in Listen mode, simply waiting for ZigBee devices to report in. When the ZigBee devices do report in, the BB2-7040 searches its known device list and data maps to see if the reported data should be saved as a local BACnet object's Present Value.

The collection of BACnet objects found in the BB2-7040 will maintain the most recently received ZigBee data as their Present Value. Other BACnet clients may then query the BB2-7040 server to obtain that most recent data using a simple Read Property request.

BACnet clients may use a Write Property request to any of the BB2-7040's output objects to send data to a ZigBee device when mapped for writing. The BB2-7040 will transmit to the ZigBee device, and a properly configured ZigBee device will receive the transmission at the end of its sleep period.

The BB2-7040 may also function as a BACnet client, and will use Read and Write Property requests to share data with other BACnet servers (slaves). The BB2-7040 therefore has the ability to transfer data between ZigBee devices and other BACnet devices that operate as a slave only.

• Universal, fully configurable
• No extra software or drivers to buy
• Embedded web interface for user setup

• Read/Write ZigBee devices via BACnet objects
• Functions as ZigBee Coordinator (Router optional)
• AI, AO, AV, BI, BO, BV, MSI, MSO, MSV objects
• COV, COVP subscription support
• BBMD support
• Bidirectional communication between BACnet and ZigBee
• Commandable BACnet objects implement priority array
• Hardened EIA-485 transceiver for MS/TP port
• MS/TP baud rates: 9600, 19200, 38400, 76800
• Powered by 10-30VDC or 12-24VAC 50/60 Hz
• Power Consumption: 0.2A @ 24VDC
• Transmit power: 50mW North America, 10mW Europe
• DIN rail mounting, 100mm H x 70mm W x 60mm D
      (excluding antenna, RPSMA connector)
• Pluggable screw terminal blocks
• Operating temperature -40°C to +85°C
• Humidity 5% to 90%
• FCC, CE Mark

• Advanced Programming Features

• User programmable with Script Basic
• Send commands from Basic directly to ZigBee
• Receive data from ZigBee in Basic program
• Embedded web server supports User HTML pages

BB2-7040 initial release provides a user friendly API for processing raw data packets from generic ZigBee devices. Support for ZigBee Device Objects (ZDO) is in development. The BB2-7040 is field upgradeable with a simple FTP upload to the device. Upgrades are offered to existing customers at no charge, including feature enhancement upgrades.