The BB3-7302-V2C as a BACnet Router will route IP to MS/TP and vice versa via its local ports, and supports full router capability for multi-hop internetworks including via NAT WAN routers. Routing is simple to set up. Routing can be used without any other gateway features enabled. Routing can be configured or automatically learned.
The BB3-7302-V2C as a BACnet Client/Server Gateway will poll BACnet IP and/or BACnet MS/TP slaves or servers, and retain copies of selected object properties. Upstream clients may then query the BB3-7302-V2C to receive data originating from multiple devices.
The BB3-7302-V2C includes an SNMP client that can read and write MIB variables in other SNMP devices. When reading, the remote device’s data will be stored in a local object. When writing, data will be taken from a local object and sent to the remote SNMP device via SNMP Set.
The BB3-7302-V2C includes an automatic table walker with multiple algorithms making it suitable for walking the sparse alarm table found in UPS systems implementing RFC 1628. The table walker can easily translate the alarm table into a series of BACnet objects for easy access by a BMS.
The BB3-7302-V2C includes a trap receiver supporting both v1 and v2c traps. The template driven trap receiver provides multiple algorithms for recognizing traps, and can easily place trap information into BACnet objects.
The BB3-7302-V2C is itself an SNMP device. Local BACnet objects can be assigned to either of the branches of the local MIB for remote access by other SNMP clients. The local data may be accessed as scaled integer or 32-bit floating point (RFC 6340). An SNMP Get to the BB3-7302-V2C will read local objects and an SNMP Set will write the local objects. If local objects are mapped via BACnet to write to other BACnet devices, then SNMP Set will result in writing to a BACnet device.
The BB3-7302-V2C can send v1 or v2c traps based on threshold rules created via templates in the BB3-7302-V2C’s web UI. When data in the local objects meets the rule criteria, the trap will be sent. Traps can be triggered by reading other BACnet devices or by any other source of local data including the SNMP client.
• Universal, fully configurable• No extra software or drivers to buy
• BACnet IP to MS/TP Router• Configured or learning, I-Am route learning, I-Am-Router route learning• Slave proxy to support MS/TP slave-only devices• Client/Server gateway for remapping BACnet objects• Direct import of CSV files for faster point mapping• Read/Write any standard BACnet objects as a Gateway• Up to 5,000 objects• Analog, Binary, Multi-State object types• Input, Output, Value objects• Commandable BACnet objects implement priority array• BBMD, COV support• SNMP v1, v2c Get/Set access to all data points• SNMP v1, v2c table walker• SNMP v1, v2c trap receiver• SNMP v1, v2c trap generation, user programmable criteria• Up to 1,000 MIB variables• Map any BACnet object to a MIB variable • Auto-Build MIB on command• Hardened EIA-485 transceiver for BACnet MS/TP• 10/100BaseT Ethernet for BACnet IP and SNMP• Configure via secure web pages with password protection• TLS 1.2• RSA-1024/SHA-256 self-generated certificates• Supports externally generated certificates• Flash file system with XML configuration files• Field upgradeable firmware • Includes “10X” file capacity• Powered by 12-24V DC/AC 50/60 Hz• Power Consumption: 0.1A @ 24VDC• DIN rail mounting, 100mm H x 70mm W x 60mm D• Pluggable screw terminal block for power & RTU network• Operating temperature -40°C to +85°C• Humidity 5% to 90% non-condensing• FCC Class A, CE Mark• Listed to UL 916 and (Canadian) C22.2 No. 205-M1983