Update contains large number of additions for the data communication protocol
AHRAE has released a new version of BACnet Standard 135 that signals a big shift forward in the advancement for information technology. Standard 135 specifically defines data communication services and establishes protocol for computer equipment used for controlling and monitering HVAC and other building systems, allowing for the interoperability of involved equipment and maintaining the use of digital control technology in buildings.
“This is an exciting update to BACnet that highlights the continuous development and extension of the standard to incorporate new technologies and capabilities,” said Andy McMillan, president and managing director of BACnet International. “We have seen through our member companies the advancements that have taken place over the past several years in the building automation industry, and BACnet is keeping pace allowing for future growth and continued enhancements.”
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