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  • Steve Karg
    Hi BACnet Lighting Applications working group! As proposed at our last meeting, the next scheduled meeting of the Lighting Applications working group will be
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 26, 2007
      Hi BACnet Lighting Applications working group!

      As proposed at our last meeting, the next scheduled meeting of the
      Lighting Applications working group will be at the ASHRAE Winter
      meeting which is being held at the New York Hilton. We are scheduled
      to meet on Sunday, January 20, 2008, from 8:00 AM – Noon in the Hilton
      Concourse F (C). Other BACnet working groups will be meeting as well
      during the weekend. Their schedule is appended below.

      More information about the ASHRAE Winter meeting can be found at the
      ASHRAE website:
      http://www.ashrae.org/events/page/1334

      More information about what the other working groups do can be found
      at the BACnet website:
      http://www.bacnet.org/WG/

      LA-WG current agenda items:

      1. Status of SSPC-135-2004 Addendum i PPR2. The draft was posted to
      the file area of the Yahoo Group.

      2. Status of DMF-032 WriteGroup service and DMF-043 Channel object.

      3. Discuss Color and associated properties for lighting. Various
      properties of theater lights under DMX512 control or colored
      architectural lighting. Features (like color, pattern, focus, prism,
      pan (horizontal swing), tilt (vertical swing), rotation speed,
      animation, shutter, and strobe), their properties and value ranges,
      and what needs to be included in an object or profile for BACnet
      interoperabilty.

      4. Discuss Addendum H clause H.X "Using BACnet with DALI"

      Please post any additional Lighting Application working group agenda
      items to this list.

      Best Regards,

      Steve Karg
      The Watt Stopper
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      SSPC 135 Working Group Meeting Schedule
      New York Meeting
      draft 12/14/2007

      All meeting rooms are in the Hilton. Meeting room locations are
      indicated in parentheses.

      Check the ASHRAE meeting schedule for any last minute room changes.

      Friday, January 18 *
      8:00 AM-11:00 AM LSS-WG H/Murray B (2)
      11:00 AM-1:00 PM TI-WG H/Murray B (2)
      9:00 AM-2:00 PM AP-WG H/Hilton Boardroom (4)

      Saturday, January 19
      8:00 AM-5:00 PM SSPC 135 H/Concourse E(C)
      6:30? PM Group Dinner tbd

      Sunday, January 20 *
      8:30 AM-11:30 AM IP-WG H/Concourse D (C)
      11:30 AM-1:30 PM XML-WG H/Concourse D (C)
      1:30 PM-3:00 PM OS-WG H/Concourse D (C)
      3:00 PM-5:00 PM NS-WG H/Concourse D (C)
      8:00 AM-12:00 N LA-WG H/Concourse F (C)
      12:00 N-1:00 PM WN-WG H/Concourse F (C)
      1:00 PM-3:00 PM UI-WG H/Concourse F (C)

      Monday, January 21
      8:00 AM-12:00 N SSPC 135 H/Concourse B (C)

      * Please note that no lunch break is scheduled.
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      http://steve.kargs.net/
    • Steve Karg
      Hi Lighting Applications Working Group! Here are the meeting minutes from our last meeting. The meeting minutes have also been submitted to the BACnet
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 18, 2008
        Hi Lighting Applications Working Group!

        Here are the meeting minutes from our last meeting. The meeting
        minutes have also been submitted to the BACnet committee chair as
        LA022.doc.

        Best Regards,

        Steve Karg

        --------------------------------------------
        BACnet - Lighting Applications Working Group
        Meeting Minutes
        January 20, 2008
        Hilton, H/Concourse F (C)
        New York, New York

        Agenda
        1.Opening remarks – by Steve Karg (8:00AM)
        2.Circulation of attendance sheet, and introduction of those present
        Name - Affiliation
        David Fisher - Polarsoft
        Coleman Brumley - Polarsoft
        Steve Karg - The Watt Stopper
        Robert Hick - Leviton
        Bob Johnson - Siemens Building Technology
        Dana Peterson - Johnson Controls
        Steve Treado - N.I.S.T.
        Chris Chapman - Trend Control Systems
        Christoph Zeller - Sauter
        Rene Quirighetti - Siemens
        David Ritter - Delta Controls
        Grant Wichenko - Appin
        Stephen Samojhos - M.I.T.

        3.Meeting role assignments
        time keeper - David Fisher
        scribe - Robert Hick
        non-agenda item attendant - Christoph
        4.Approval of the minutes from the previous meeting.
        5.Discussion and approval of the agenda for this meeting.
        6.Liaison updates (NEMA, IESNA, DALI)

        Robert Hick reported on progress of NEMA 243 DALI protocol standard
        and harmonization with IEC 602386 DALI protocol standard. Hope was to
        have a final draft for IEC voting by summer.

        7.Status of SSPC-135-2004 Addendum i PPR2
        The draft of SSPC-135-2004 Addendum i PPR2 was submitted to SSPC 135.
        It contains 2 unresolved comments. [post meeting edit: the two
        comments were resolved in the SSPC 135 meeting on Monday. The
        document was voted out for publication public review on Monday.].

        8.LA-WG proposal discussion / resolution via consensus

        DMF-047-1 - Theatrical Lighting Object
        David Fisher presented DMF-047-1 and a discussion ensued.

        Several points were debated:

        Separate Color Object.
        Color control has long been a part of entertainment lighting. It also
        was noted that color control is starting to be used for architectural
        lighting fixtures for both colored accent lighting and changing color
        temperature of white light sources such as LED's. Should BACnet lean
        toward addressing the architectural uses over the entertainment uses?
        It was noted that the Life Safety and Security working group had a
        multimedia control object that included x, y, pan, tilt, and zoom
        control for use with a security camera. Should there be a separate
        Color object? Can both a Color Object and LO be used to control the
        same light source? Should color properties be added to Light Object?

        How to best define color?
        It was noted that there were several ways to define color.
        RGB values – used in computers and entertainment lighting.
        CIE xy coordinates – Precise color, used to define LED's
        Color Temperature Tc– Used to define white light
        It was suggested that RGB is best for entertainment lighting devices
        while XY and Tc may be the best way to describe architectural color.
        The devices accuracy in attaining the desired color may be a local
        matter.

        Robert Hick suggested that the IEC has done some very good work on
        defining control of color changing light sources and planned to
        distribute some of the drafts to Lighting Applications working group
        members.

        David agreed to review the information and make revisions to DMF-047
        for the next meeting.

        Discuss Addendum H clause H.X "Using BACnet with DALI"
        Robert noted that he discussed this with IEC DALI committee and they
        agreed to provide input. Robert agreed to continue working towards
        providing a draft later in the year.

        Review of Lighting Output white paper
        David Fisher drafted a white paper discussing BACnet lighting
        applications. The draft was reviewed by several committee members.

        9.Discussion of Non-Agenda Items
        10.Schedule for future meetings.
        The group plans to meet at the next SSPC meeting in Germantown in
        April, 2008. The date and time of the meeting will be determined at a
        later date.
        11.Adjournment

        Meeting minutes respectfully submitted by Robert Hick. Edits by Steve Karg.
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        http://steve.kargs.net/
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