The Xenta 913 supports several different BACnet object types but does not support all object types.
TAC INET, TAC Vista
- Xenta 913
The Xenta 913 is only a gateway device and is not native BACnet and thus does not support all BACnet object types.
The BACnet specification outlines 49 different object types. Objects include physical points, processes and even internal operations. Most BACnet devices, including BACnet certified devices, do not support all of the object types since some of the object types are particular to specific industries and several are not commonly used.
The Xenta 913 controller supports the following object types:
The following BACnet object types are unsupported by the Xenta 913:
|Access Credential||Access Door||Access Point||Access Rights|
|Access User||Access Zone||Accumulator||Averaging|
|Bit String Value||Calendar||Character String Value||Command|
|Credential Data Input||Date Pattern Value||Date Value||Date Time Pattern Value|
|Date Time Value||Device||Event Enrollment||Event Log|
|File||Global Group||Group||Integer Value|
|Large Analog Value||Life Safety Point||Life Safety Zone||Load Control|
|Loop||Network Security||Notification Class||Octet String Value|
|Positive Integer Value||Program||Pulse Converter||Schedule|
|Structured-View||Time Pattern Value||Time Value||Trend Log|
|Trend Log Multiple|
Note that there is some confusion among object types. For example, while it is possible to have a Life Safety point that is a binary output, this is not the same thing as the standard Binary Output object type and the two points are not interoperable.