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Introduction

Learn how to set and change network settings, BACnet name and address, buad rate of RS485 network

  1. ONLY AUTHORIZED  MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL SHOULD ENTER ADVANCED MENU AND MAKE CHANGES Picture 1. Press Menu Button Picture 2. Press Advanced to enter Advanced menu
    • ONLY AUTHORIZED MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL SHOULD ENTER ADVANCED MENU AND MAKE CHANGES

    • Picture 1. Press Menu Button

    • Picture 2. Press Advanced to enter Advanced menu

    • Picture 3. Enter Admin Password Menu appears

    • Use the numbers to enter 4 digit factory preset password. Number is being displayed in the blue ribbon

    • Press DEL button to delete incorrect number

    • Press OK to confirm input

  2. Picture 1. Press Network button to enter network Menu Picture 2. Shows Network screen
    • Picture 1. Press Network button to enter network Menu

    • Picture 2. Shows Network screen

    • Picture 2. Use Home button to return to Home Screen

    • Picture 2. Use Up button to return to Advanced Menu

  3. Device name: sets BACnet Name of this device to be shown on RS485 BACnet Network
    • Device name: sets BACnet Name of this device to be shown on RS485 BACnet Network

    • Device ID - A unique BACnet device number which can have a value between 0 to HEX 3FFFFF that will be used for device’s identification on the different network protocols within the BACnet network

    • MS/TP MAC - The unique MAC address which can have a value between 0-127 on the local MS/TP data bus

    • Recommended (but not required) is to have the same value for Device ID and MS/TP MAC address

    • Max master - The highest MAC address used by BACnet devices in the local MS/TP databus (limited to 127). For optimal network performance, limit the Max Master value to the total number of devices on the data bus

    • Max info frames - The maxium number of requests a device is able to send over the local network. For optimal network performance, this value should be set to 1.

    • Baud rate -The baud rate setting determines the rate at which data is sent on the data bus. The maximum value will be determined or limited by the quality of cabling between the two furthest devices on the network. Note: All devices must be set on the same baud rate. The available options are: • 9600 • 19200 • 38400 • 57600 • 76800 (Default)

  4. Picture 1. Press Device name text to edit the Device Name (as will be seen on Network) Picture 2. and Picture 3. Use keyboard to enter name Use DEL button as Backspace delete
    • Picture 1. Press Device name text to edit the Device Name (as will be seen on Network)

    • Picture 2. and Picture 3. Use keyboard to enter name

    • Use DEL button as Backspace delete

    • Use Shift button to put uppercase letters

    • Picture 2. Press 12# button to enter keyboard for numbers and special signs

    • Picture 3. There use ABC button to return to letter keyboard

    • Use Save button to confirm selection

  5. Click Buttons on the right hand side to edit desired values + button increases the value by 1
    • Click Buttons on the right hand side to edit desired values

    • + button increases the value by 1

    • - button decreases the value by 1

    • pressing the value button opens the screen to edit the button: Picture 2.

    • Pciture 2. Use keyboard to enter new value. Press OK to confirm or Up button to cancel

    • Above applies to all rows, except baud rate

    • Baud rate buttons cyclically change between preset values of 9600, 15200, 38400, 76800

    • Press Save to confirm changes

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Hrvoje Dean

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