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BACnet Integration

The OSRAM BACnet® Interface enables integration of the OSRAM
ENCELIUM® Light Management System (LMS) with any BACnet®
-compatible building automation system. The ENCELIUM® LMS
operates autonomously while lighting status, lighting levels and
energy usage are shared and can be controlled via BACnet®.
Connection between the two systems is established via BACnet® /IP.

The OSRAM BACnet® Interface:
• Reports daylight readings from photo sensors.
• Enables BACnet® switching and dimming control of luminaires.
• Provides load shedding control over the lighting load (including
for the purpose of demand response).

The ENCELIUM® LMS provides information about the estimated
amount of lighting load available for reduction, either by selected
groups (Group Shed able Load) or in total (Shed able Load). In turn,
load shedding requests can be made for each selected group
individually, or the ENCELIUM® LMS can initiate prioritized load
shedding by predefined zones through a single request to reduce
the total lighting load.

• Both types of load shed requests can be defined in watts to
achieve precise load reduction, or by the common method using a
percentage of the current lighting load.
• Notifies the ENCELIUM® LMS, by way of a BACnet® -connected
fire alarm input, to turn on the emergency lighting when needed.
• Shares occupancy information, obtained by the ENCELIUM® LMS,
with a BACnet® client for integration with the HVAC system.
• Allows schedules defined through BACnet® devices.
• Supports both centralized and distributed architectures.

To ensure smooth and user-friendly integration, the BACnet®
Interface creates objects with names and descriptions that can be
customized to accommodate any BACnet® client's naming scheme.
It also exports standard BACnet® object properties in a clear,
structured manner and can define an unlimited number of groups of

ProfileBACnet Application Specific Controller (B-ASC)
BTL ListedJune 2017






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