CAS BACnet Explorer uses a 3rd party network library called Winpcap to help with the low level networking. Its the same network library that is used in Wireshark. You network card must be supported by Winpcap to be able to use the CAS BACnet … Continue reading
The CAS BACnet Explorer can connect to BACnet IP/Ethernet/MSTP simultaneously. You can see what network connections you currently have enabled on the bottom right hand corner of the main dialog. Green = Connected, Gray = Not connected, Red = Problem or … Continue reading
Most BACnet devices set the device object identifier via some custom configuration software or physical switch on the device. A small and growing amount of devices allow you to configure the device’s object identifier by writing to the devices object identifier using … Continue reading
Q: Can I use a T connection to connect a BACnet MSTP device? A: No you can not use a T connection, MSTP requires both the positive and negative wires. Note: MS/TP actually requires 3 wires.