This standard provides a comprehensive set of procedures for verifying the correct implementation of each capability claimed on a BACnet PICS including:
(a) support of each claimed BACnet service, either as an initiator, executor, or both,
(b) support of each claimed BACnet object-type, including both required properties and each claimed optional property,
(c) support of the BACnet network layer protocol,
(d) support of each claimed data link option, and
(e) support of all claimed special functionality.

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This document defines the integration of KNX protocol implementations on top of Internet protocol (IP) networks, called KNXnet/IP. It describes a standard protocol for KNX devices connected to an IP network, called KNXnet/IP devices. The IP network acts as a fast (compared to KNX twisted pair transmission speed) backbone in KNX installations.

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This document specifies a communication protocol for networked control systems. The protocol provides peer-to-peer communication for networked control using web-services. The document describes services in layer 2 and layer 3.
The layer 2 (data link layer) specification also describes the MAC sub-layer interface to the physical layer. The physical layer provides a choice of transmission media. The layer 3 (network layer), as described in EN 14908 1, is integrated in UDP/IP communication using IPv4 and IPv6 protocols.

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The purpose of ISO 16484-5:2017 is to define data communication services and protocols for computer equipment used for monitoring and control of HVAC&R and other building systems and to define, in addition, an abstract, object-oriented representation of information communicated between such equipment, thereby facilitating the application and use of digital control technology in buildings.

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This European Standard specifies:
-   a structured list of control, building automation and technical building management functions which contribute to the energy performance of buildings; functions have been categorized and structured according to building disciplines and so called Building automation and control (BAC);
-   a method to define minimum requirements or any specification regarding the control, building automation and technical building management functions contributing to energy efficiency of a building to be implemented in building of different complexities;
-   a factor based method to get a first estimation of the effect of these functions on typical buildings types and use profiles;
-   detailed methods to assess the effect of these functions on a given building.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in EN ISO 52000 1.
NOTE 1   In CEN ISO/TR 52000 2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 2   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively.

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This European Standard applies to scheduling equipment for heating systems. The signals can be processed by using either analogue or digital techniques, or both.
It applies to start-stop scheduling functions and sets minimum acceptable standards for functions, performance and documentation.
NOTE 1   The start-stop function can be integrated within a main control device. In this case, the controller would be expected to this standard for scheduling function.
Safety requirements on heating systems and heating control systems remain unaffected by this European Standard. The actuators and the dynamic behaviour of the valves are not covered in this European Standard. This control equipment may or may not be connected to a data network.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in prEN ISO 52000-1.
NOTE 2   In prCEN ISO/TR 52000 2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 3   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively.

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This European Standard applies to electronic control equipment for heating systems with direct electrical emission, which have an integrated outside compensated function and or optimum start/stop function.
This control equipment controls the distribution and/or the generation of heat in relation to the outside temperature and time and other reference variables.
This European Standard also covers controllers that contain an integrated optimum start or an optimum start-stop control function. The controller modulates heating or control modes of electronic individual zone or emitter control equipment.
Safety requirements on heating systems remain unaffected by this standard. The dynamic behaviour of the local thermostats, sensors, or actuators is not covered in this standard.
A multi-distribution and/or multi-generation system needs a coordinated solution to prevent undesired interaction and is not part of this standard.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in prEN ISO 52000 1.
NOTE 1   In prCEN ISO/TR 52000 2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 2   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively.

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The purpose of this standard is to specify the applications, functionality set and application performance for electronic individual zone control equipment. The applications are for cooling and hot water or electrical heating as described in Annex B. This standard applies specifically to individual zone control equipment for maintaining temperature, humidity and air flow as a function of occupancy and demand operated with auxiliary electrical energy. Information required for the operation of the equipment may be processed using either analogue or digital techniques or a combination of both. Safety requirements remain unaffected by this standard. This standard refers to the input and output requirements of the controller and not of the input and output devices as e. g. sensors and actuators. This standard covers fixed-function, configurable and programmable controllers. The control equipment may or may not be connected to a data-network however communications aspects are not covered by this standard. These devices could be applied for any kind of building, intermittent or non-intermittent occupation, residential or non residential (see Annex B).

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This European Standard applies to electronic control equipment for heating systems with water as the heating medium and a supply water temperature up to 120 °C.
This control equipment controls the distribution and/or the generation of heat in relation to the outside temperature and time and other reference variables.
This standard covers also controllers that contain an integrated optimum start or an optimum start-stop control function.
Safety requirements on heating systems remain unaffected by this standard.
The dynamic behaviour of the valves and actuators are not covered in this standard.
A multi-distribution and/or multi-generation system needs a coordinated solution to prevent undesired interaction and is not part of this standard.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in prEN ISO 52000 1.
NOTE 1   In prCEN ISO/TR 52000 2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 2   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively.

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This European Standard defines guidelines for the inspection of installed an operational Functions of Building Automation, Controls and Technical Building Managment System including its configuration.

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This Technical Report refers to prEN 15232-1, Energy performance of buildings - Part 1: Impact of Building Automation, Controls and Building Management - Modules M10-4,5,6,7,8,9,10.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of standard prEN 15232-1:2015.
This technical report does not contain any normative provision.

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This Technical Report refers to prEN 16946 1, Inspection of Building Automation, Controls and Technical Building Management — Module M10-11.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of standard prEN 16946 1:2015.
This Technical Report does not contain any normative provision.

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This Technical Report refers to prEN 15500 1, Control for heating, ventilating and air-conditioning applications — Part 1: Electronic individual zone control equipment — Modules M3-5,M4-5,M5-5.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of prEN 15500 1:2016.
This Technical Report does not contain any normative provision.

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This Technical Report refers to prEN 12098-3, Controls for heating systems - Part 3: Control equipment for electrical heating systems - Modules M3-5,6,7,8.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of prEN 12098-3:2015.
This Technical Report does not contain any normative provision.

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This Technical Report refers to prEN 12098-5:2015, Controls for heating systems - Part 5: Start-stop schedulers for heating systems - Modules M3-5,6,7,8.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of prEN 12098-5:2015.
This Technical Report does not contain any normative provision.

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This Technical Report refers to prEN 12098-1:2015, Controls for heating systems — Part 1: Control equipment for hot water heating systems — Modules M3-5,6,7,8.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of prEN 12098 1:2015.
This Technical Report does not contain any normative provision.

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This European Standard provides mechanisms through which various vendors of building automation, control, and building management systems may exchange information in a standardized way.
This document provides specifications for the Application Elements of Control Network Protocol packets as follows:
-   definitions of standardized packet (network-variable) data types;
-   definitions of device-interface files;
-   definitions of standardized configuration-property types;
-   definitions of standardized enumeration types;
-   definitions of standardized functional profiles;
-   definition of the standardized method of file transfer between devices.
The purpose of this specification is to ensure interoperability between various CNP implementations. This document contains all the information necessary to read and interpret the format of data and control information that is used by EN 14908-5. It also defines the device interface for a device as specified, which is necessary to exchange data between various devices from different manufacturers.

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This European Standard specifies the transporting of the Control Network Protocol (CNP) packets for commercial Building Automation, Controls and Building Management over Internet Protocol (IP) networks using a tunnelling mechanism wherein the CNP packets are encapsulated within IP packets. It applies to both CNP nodes and CNP routers.
The purpose of this European Standard is to ensure interoperability between various CNP devices that wish to use IP networks to communicate using the CNP protocol.
The main body of this European Standard is independent of the CNP protocol being transported over the IP network. The reader is directed to Annex A and Annex B for the normative and informative, respectively, aspects of this specification that are specific to EN 14908-1.
Figure 1 shows a possible configuration of such CNP devices and networks connected to an IP network.
Figure 1 depicts two types of CNP devices: CNP nodes and CNP routers. It should be noted that the routers shown can route packets between typical CNP channels (such as twisted pair or power line) and an IP channel or it can route CNP packets between two IP channels. In this European Standard the IP channel will be defined in such a way to allow it to be used like any other CNP channel.
In the above diagram, the IP network can be considered to be one or more IP channels. This European Standard covers only how CNP packets are transported over IP channels. It does not cover how CNP packets are routed between standard CNP channels and IP channels. This specification is not intended to cover the lower layers (physical, MAC and link layers) of either standard CNP or IP channels.

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This European Standard specifies all the information necessary to facilitate the exchange of data and control information over the power line medium for networked control systems in commercial Building Automation, Controls and Building Management.
This European Standard establishes a minimal set of rules for compliance. It does not rule out extended services to be provided, given that the rules are adhered to within the system. It is the intention of the standard to permit extended services (defined by users) to coexist.
Certain aspects of this standard are defined in other documents. These documents are referenced where relevant. In the case where a referenced standard conflicts with this European Standard, this part of EN 14908 will prevail.

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This European Standard specifies the control network protocol (CNP) free-topology twisted-pair channel for networked control systems in commercial Building Automation, Controls and Building Management and is used in conjunction with EN 14908-1:2014. The channel supports communication at 78,125 kbit/s between multiple nodes, each of which consists of a transceiver, a protocol processor, an application processor, a power supply, and application electronics.
This European Standard covers the complete physical layer (OSI Layer 1), including the interface to the Media Access Control (MAC) sub-layer and the interface to the medium. Parameters that are controlled by other layers but control the operation of the physical layer are also specified.

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This European Standard applies to a communication protocol for networked control systems in commercial Building Automation, Controls and Building Management. The protocol provides peer-to-peer communication for networked control and is suitable for implementing both peer-to-peer and master-slave control strategies. This specification describes services in layers 2 to 7. In the layer 2 (data link layer) specification, it also describes the MAC sub-layer interface to the physical layer. The physical layer provides a choice of transmission media. The interface described in this specification supports multiple transmission media at the physical layer. In the layer 7 specification, it includes a description of the types of messages used by applications to exchange application and network management data.

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1.1   This European Standard applies to electrical or non electrical temperature control devices which are used to control temperatures within heat generating systems by controlling the supply of energy. It also applies to limiting devices which ensure that the temperature in heat generating systems will not exceed a predefined limit.
This European Standard specifies operating values, operating times, and operational sequences associated with the safety of the heat generating system.
This European Standard also applies to controls using NTCs or PTCs thermistors, additional requirements for which are contained in Annex J of EN 60730-2-9:2010.
This European Standard applies to controls with a rated voltage not exceeding 690 V and with a rated current not exceeding 63 A.
This European Standard also applies to manual controls if, electrically and/or mechanically, they form an integral part of automatic controls.
NOTE   Requirements for manually operated switches not forming part of an automatic control are contained in EN 61058 1.
This European Standard does not apply to room thermostats.
1.2   This European Standard does not take into account the response value of an automatic action of the control, if such a response value is dependent upon the method of mounting the control in the heat generating system or equipment, in which case the control should be tested together with the heat generator. Where a response value is of significance for the protection of the user or surroundings, the value defined in the appropriate household equipment standard or as determined by the manufacturer applies.
1.3   This European Standard applies also to controls incorporating electronic devices, requirements for which are contained in Annex DX.

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ISO 16484-1:2010 specifies guiding principles for project design and implementation and for the integration of other systems into the building automation and control systems (BACS).
ISO 16484-1:2010 specifies the phases required for the BACS project, including:
design (determination of project requirements and production of design documents including technical specifications),
engineering (detailed function and hardware design),
installation (installing and commissioning of the BACS), and
completion (handover, acceptance and project finalization).
ISO 16484-1:2010 also specifies the requirements for as-built documentation and training.
ISO 16484-1:2010 is not applicable to operation and maintenance, nor is it applicable to retro or continuous commissioning, including a commissioning authority.

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This specification contains all the information necessary to facilitate the exchange of data and control information in an interoperable fashion using EN 14908-1 and its associated data-transport media specifications.
This specification establishes a minimal set of rules for compliance. It does not rule-out extended services to be provided, given that the rules are adhered-to within the system. It is the intention of the standard to permit extended services to coexist and defines the bounds in which those services function, including the format for internal device-documentation of those services. Services outside purvey of this specification so long as they are adherents of the system are permitted but will not necessarily be interoperable with any other devices and shall not be essential for the functioning of the device.
Certain aspects of this standard are defined in other documents. These documents are referenced where relevant. In the case where a referenced standard conflicts with this document, this document will prevail.

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This document provides a synopsis of graphical symbols which are intended to be placed on building equipments and/or technical documentation of products in order to instruct the person(s) using the equipments.
These graphical symbols are primary intended:
   to identify control or automation or technical management equipments or part of these equipments: electronic devices (e.g. controller, scheduler, optimiser, etc.), sensors, actuators,
   to indicate functions and their operating modes,
   to indicate settings for modes and functions parameters introduction,
   to designate connexions,
                to provide instruction to users (professional and/or end user) for the operation of the equipment.
The graphical symbols in this document are not primarily intended for:
   safety signs,
   public information,
   schematics for systems principles.

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This European Standard specifies operational activities, overall alarming, fault detection and diagnostics, reporting, monitoring, energy management functions, functional interlocks and optimizations to set and maintain energy performance of buildings.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in prEN ISO 52000 1:2015.
NOTE 1   In FprCEN ISO/TR 52000 2:2014 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying Technical Reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 2   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively.
Table 1 - Position of this standard (in casu M10–12), within the modular structure of the set of EPB standards
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This Technical Report refers to EN 16947-1:2015, Building Management System - Module M10-12.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of EN 16947-1.
This Technical Report does not contain any normative provision.

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This document specifies, as for Home or Building Electronic Systems (HBES) for the domain of Building Automation and Control System Application and Building Management (BACS), common rules for a class of multi-application bus systems where the functions are decentralised and linked through a common communication process. This document specifies the basic requirements for products and systems. The requirements can also apply to the distributed functions of any equipment connected in a home or building control system if no specific standard exists for this equipment or system.
Due to its reference to the EN 50090 series, this document establishes requirements for the BACS area in relation to Architecture and Hardware and Application and Communication of systems based on HBES amongst other areas, and specifies the basic requirements for interoperability (between products and systems).

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This document specifies an adaptation layer for the control network protocol (CNP), as described in EN 14908 1 to utilize wireless communication network. This document defines the services of the wireless communication provided to CNP layer for delivering data and commands towards and from sensors, actuators, etc. which are wirelessly connected as part of the EN 14908 1 network.
In addition, this document defines the requirements for the radio communication applicable for CNP layer operation.
For the radio communication different frequency bands can be utilized. Annex A defines requirement for operation in different frequency bands.

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This document specifies a communication protocol for networked control systems. The protocol provides peer-to-peer communication for networked control using web-services. This document describes services in layer 1 and layer 2.
The layer 1 (physical layer) specification describes the MAC sub-layer interface to the physical layer. The layer 2 (data link layer), as described in EN 14908 1, is integrated in UDP/IP communication using IPv4 and IPv6 protocols.

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The document provides a structure of Building Management (BM) and its Building Services and gives terms and definitions in the field of Building Management for general understanding. The document does not purport to describe Building Management Systems.

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The LONWORKS communication system is widely used in building automation systems for field-level and application-level functions for residential and non-residential controls in lighting, sun protection, HVAC, energy management and security applications. The BACnet communication system as well is also used in building automation systems for management-level and application-level functions. This technical specification defines the methods for combining BACnet networks with LONWORKS networks, and standardizes the interface between BACnet and LONWORKS systems.

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ISO 16484-3:2005 specifies the requirements for the overall functionality and engineering services to achieve building automation and control systems. It defines terms, which shall be used for specifications and it gives guidelines for the functional documentation of project/application specific systems. It provides a sample template for documentation of plant/application specific functions, called BACS points list.
The informative function block examples explain a method to display the referenced functions in system documentation; they do not standardize the method for programming functions and applications.
ISO 16484-3:2005 covers requirements and definitions regarding BACS and application software, generic functions for plant/project specific applications and engineering functions for building controls and operations. It provides communication functions for the integration of other dedicated special system processes.
ISO 16484-3:2005 defines a method for specifying the procurement specifications containing all essential elements required for the operational functioning of a BACS. The successful installation and operation of a BACS requires that its procurement be based on a complete and accurate functional specification.

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ISO 16484-2:2004 specifies the requirements for the hardware to perform the tasks within a building automation and control system (BACS). It provides the terms, definitions and abbreviations for the understanding of ISO 16484-2 and ISO 16484-3. ISO 16484-2:2004 relates only to physical items/devices, i.e. devices for management functions, operator stations and other human system interface devices; controllers, automation stations and application specific controllers; field devices and their interfaces; cabling and interconnection of devices; engineering and commissioning tools.
ISO 16484-2:2004 shows a generic system model to which all different types of BACS and their interconnections (BACS network) can fit. A graphical concept of the BACS network in terms of LAN topology will be provided in ISO 16484-5.

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This document provides mechanisms through which various vendors of building automation, control, and building management systems may exchange information in a standardized way.
This document provides specifications for the Application Elements of Control Network Protocol packets as follows:
-   definitions of standardized packet (network-variable) data types;
-   definitions of device-interface files;
-   definitions of standardized configuration-property types;
-   definitions of standardized enumeration types;
-   definitions of standardized functional profiles;
-   definition of the standardized method of file transfer between devices.
The purpose of this specification is to ensure interoperability between various CNP implementations. This document contains all the information necessary to read and interpret the format of data and control information that is used by EN 14908 5. It also defines the device interface for a device as specified, which is necessary to exchange data between various devices from different manufacturers.

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This part of the standard specifies the requirements for the
hardware to perform the tasks within a BACS. It provides
the terms, definitions, and abbreviations for the
understanding of Part 2 and Part 3.
Part 2 relates only to physical items/devices, i.e.:
- operator stations and other human system interface devices;
- devices for management functions;
- control devices, automation stations and application specific controllers;
- field devices and their interfaces;
- cabling and interconnection of devices;
- engineering and commissioning tools.
This part of this standard shows a generic system model to which all-different types of BACS and their interconnections
(BACS network) can fit. A graphical concept of the BACSnetwork in terms of LAN and inter-network topology will be provided in Part 5 of this standard.
National annexes:
National annexes may specify the local requirements of physical and electrical characteristics, the verifications for BACS devices and equipment, and the code of practice for the physical installation of systems. The annexes shall refer to the regional implementations of the relevant IEC standards.

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This European Standard specifies:
-   a structured list of control, building automation and technical building management functions which contribute to the energy performance of buildings; functions have been categorized and structured according to building disciplines and so called Building automation and control (BAC);
-   a method to define minimum requirements or any specification regarding the control, building automation and technical building management functions contributing to energy efficiency of a building to be implemented in building of different complexities;
-   a factor based method to get a first estimation of the effect of these functions on typical buildings types and use profiles;
-   detailed methods to assess the effect of these functions on a given building.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in EN ISO 52000 1.
NOTE 1   In CEN ISO/TR 52000 2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 2   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively.

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This document applies to electronic control equipment for heating systems with direct electrical emission, which have an integrated outside compensated function and or optimum start/stop function.
This control equipment controls the distribution and/or the generation of heat in relation to the outside temperature and time and other reference variables.
This document also covers controllers that contain an integrated optimum start or an optimum start-stop control function. The controller modulates heating or control modes of electronic individual zone or emitter control equipment.
Safety requirements on heating systems remain unaffected by this document. The dynamic behaviour of the local thermostats, sensors, or actuators is not covered in this document.
A multi-distribution and/or multi-generation system needs a coordinated solution to prevent undesired interaction and is not part of this document.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this document within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in EN ISO 52000 1.
NOTE 1   In CEN ISO/TR 52000 2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 2   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard can cover more than one module and one module can be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method, respectively.
[Table 1]

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This document applies to electronic control equipment for heating systems with water as the heating medium and a supply water temperature up to 120 °C.
This control equipment controls the distribution and/or the generation of heat in relation to the outside temperature and time and other reference variables.
This document covers also controllers that contain an integrated optimum start or an optimum start-stop control function.
Safety requirements on heating systems remain unaffected by this document.
The dynamic behaviour of the valves and actuators are not covered in this document.
A multi-distribution and/or multi-generation system needs a coordinated solution to prevent undesired interaction and is not part of this document.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this document within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in EN ISO 52000 1.
NOTE 1   In CEN ISO/TR 52000 2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying Technical Reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 2   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard can cover more than one module and one module can be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method, respectively.

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This document specifies control applications and function blocks focusing on but not limited to lighting, solar protection and HVAC applications.
It describes how energy performance, comfort, and operational requirements of buildings are translated into functional specifications for integrated plant and room control.

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This Technical Report refers to EN 15232-1, Energy performance of buildings - Part 1: Impact of Building Automation, Controls and Building Management - Modules M10-4,5,6,7,8,9,10.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of standard EN 15232-1.
This technical report does not contain any normative provision.

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ISO 16484-6:2014 defines a standard method for verifying that an implementation of the BACnet protocol provides each capability claimed in its Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS) in conformance with the BACnet standard.
ISO 16484-6:2014 provides a comprehensive set of procedures for verifying the correct implementation of each capability claimed on a BACnet PICS, including support of each claimed BACnet service, either as an initiator, executor, or both, support of each claimed BACnet object-type, including both required properties and each claimed optional property,support of the BACnet network layer protocol,support of each claimed data link option, andsupport of all claimed special functionality.

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This European Standard defines the integration of KNX protocol implementations on top of Internet Protocol (IP) networks, called KNXnet/IP. It describes a standard protocol for KNX devices connected to an IP network, called KNXnet/IP devices. The IP network acts as a fast (compared to KNX transmission speed) backbone in KNX installations.
Widespread deployment of data networks using the Internet Protocol (IP) presents an opportunity to expand building control communication beyond the local KNX control bus, providing:
-   remote configuration;
-   remote operation (including control and annunciation);
-   fast interface from LAN to KNX and vice versa;
-   WAN connection between KNX systems (where an installed KNX system is at least one line).
A KNXnet/IP system contains at least these elements:
-   one EIB line with up to 64 (255) EIB devices;
OR
one KNX segment (KNX-TP1, KNX-TP0, KNX-RF, KNX-PL110, KNX-PL132);
-   a KNX-to-IP network connection device (called KNXnet/IP server);
and typically additional
-   software for remote functions residing on e.g. a workstation (may be data base application, BACnet Building Management System, browser, etc.).
Figure 1 shows a typical scenario where a KNXnet/IP client (e.g. running ETS) accesses multiple KNX installed systems or KNX subnetworks via an IP network. The KNXnet/IP client may access one or more KNXnet/IP servers at a time. For subnetwork, routing server-to-server communication is possible.

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ISO 16484-5:2014 defines data communication services and protocols for computer equipment used for monitoring and control of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC&R) and other building systems. It defines, in addition, an abstract, object-oriented representation of information communicated between such equipment, thereby facilitating the application and use of digital control technology in buildings.
It provides a comprehensive set of messages for conveying encoded binary, analog, and alphanumeric data between devices including, but not limited to, hardware binary input and output values, hardware analog input and output values,software binary and analog values, text string values, schedule information, alarm and event information, files, and control logic.
It models each building automation and control computer as a collection of data structures called "objects," the properties of which represent various aspects of the hardware, software, and operation of the device. These objects provide a means of identifying and accessing information without requiring knowledge of the details of the device's internal design or configuration.

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This European Standard specifies:
   a structured list of Building Automation and Control System (BACS) and Technical Building Management (TBM) functions which have an impact on the energy performance of buildings;
   a method to define minimum requirements regarding BACS and TBM functions to be implemented in buildings of different complexities;
   a factor based method to get a first estimation of the impact of these functions on typical buildings;
   detailed methods to assess the impact of these functions on a given building. These methods enable to introduce the impact of these functions in the calculations of energy performance ratings and indicators calculated by the relevant standards.
This European Standard is defined for:
   building owners, architects or engineers, defining the functions to be implemented for a given new building or for the renovation of an existing building;
   public authorities, defining minimum requirements for BACS and TBM functions for new buildings as well as for renovation, as defined in the relevant standard;
   public authorities, defining inspection procedures of technical systems as well as inspectors applying these procedures to check if the level of BACS and TBM functions implemented is appropriate;
   public authorities, defining calculation methods which take into account the impact of BACS and TBM functions on the energy performance of buildings as well as software developers implementing these calculation methods and designers using them;
   designers, checking that the impact of all BACS and TBM functions are taken into account when assessing the energy performance of a building.

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This European Standard applies to electronic control equipment for heating systems with direct electrical emission, which do not have an integrated outdoor compensated function and or optimum start/stop function.
This control equipment controls and regulates the distribution and/or the generation of heat in relation to the outside temperature and time and other reference variables.
This European Standard also covers controllers which contain an integrated optimum start or an optimum start-stop control function. The controller modulates heating or control modes of electronic individual zone or emitter control equipment.
Safety requirements on heating systems remain unaffected by this standard. The dynamic behaviour of the local thermostats, sensors, or actuators is not covered in this standard.
A multi-distribution and/or multi-generation system needs a coordinated solution to prevent undesired interaction and is not part of this standard.

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This European Standard applies to equipment which controls scheduling heating systems. The signals can be processed by using either analogue or digital techniques, or both. The particular equipment to which this document applies covers both:
·   stand-alone fixed start-stop schedulers;
·   controllers which contain fixed start-stop scheduling function.
It applies to basic and added start-stop control functions and sets minimum acceptable standards for functions, performance and documentation.
NOTE   The start-stop function can be integrated within a main control device. In this case the controller would be expected to this standard for scheduling function.
Safety requirements on heating systems and heating control systems remain unaffected by this European Standard. The actuators and the dynamic behaviour of the valves are not covered in this European Standard.
This control equipment may or may not be connected to a data network

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The purpose of this standard is to specify the applications, functionality set and application performance for electronic individual zone control equipment. The applications are for cooling and hot water or electrical heating as described in Annex B.
This standard applies specifically to individual zone control equipment for maintaining temperature, humidity and air flow as a function of occupancy and demand operated with auxiliary electrical energy.
Information required for the operation of the equipment may be processed using either analogue or digital techniques or a combination of both. Safety requirements remain unaffected by this standard.
This standard refers to the input and output requirements of the controller and not of the input and output devices as e. g. sensors and actuators.
This standard covers fixed-function, configurable and programmable controllers.
The control equipment may or may not be connected to a data-network however communications aspects are not covered by this standard.
These devices could be applied for any kind of building, intermittent or non-intermittent occupation, residential or non residential (see Annex B).

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This European Standard specifies operational activities, overall alarming, fault detection and diagnostics, reporting, monitoring, energy management functions, functional interlocks and optimizations to set and maintain energy performance of buildings.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in prEN ISO 52000 1:2015.
NOTE 1   In FprCEN ISO/TR 52000 2:2014 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying Technical Reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 2   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively.
Table 1 - Position of this standard (in casu M10–12), within the modular structure of the set of EPB standards
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