BTL Listing of Tested Products
All products in this BTL Listing have been independently tested by a recognized BACnet testing
organization in accordance with the BTL requirements.
Learn how to read a BTL listing.
For each product you can examine the
Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS) for details about the BACnet functionality
it supports. You can also review its testing details by examining its BTL Listing document.
If the product has a corresponding Certificate of Conformance you can review and download it.
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This product does not have a Certificate of Conformance.
What is a Certificate of Conformance?
A Certificate of Conformance is a formal document attesting to the fact that a product has been independently tested by a recognized test organization and has passed all BTL testing requirements. Certificates may be required as a part of project submittals in some regions of the world.
Does a Product Need a Certificate of Conformance?
No. All BTL Listed products have successfully completed testing at a recognized test organization according to the requirements of BTL whether they have a Certificate or not.
Why does this Product not have a Certificate of Conformance?
Products listed prior January 2017 may not have Certificates of Conformance if the regions of the world where they were typically sold did not require them. Also, a product may have an expired Certificate of Conformance that has been removed from this site.
Is a BTL Listed Product with a Certificate better than a BTL Listed Product without one?
No. The testing required for products with Certificates and without Certificates is the same.
The following PICS document is supplied by the manufacturer. The document content has not been validated by BTL.