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  • Hi BACneteers, Here is an updated version of DHR-021 (Binary Lighting object type) for discussion at the LA-WG meeting in Denver next week. There are a few things to discuss before this document gets moved up to the SSPC again. Hope to see you in Denver, Best Regards, David Ritter
    David Ritter Jun 10, 2013
  • That certainly is regrettable. We’ll miss your wit and wisdom. See you in Dallas in January. From: BACnetLighting@^$1 [mailto:BACnetLighting@^$2] On Behalf Of David Fisher Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2012 11:05 AM To: BACnetLighting@^$3 Subject: [BACnetLighting] Atlanta LA-WG Regrettably, I am unable to attend the interim working group meetings in Atlanta. My apologies for any...
    David Ritter Oct 16, 2012
  • Hi all, Here is an updated version of DHR-021-03 (Add Binary Lighting Output object to BACnet standard objects) for the upcoming LA-WG meeting in San Francisco. This document updates the proposal with the changes discussed at the Winter BACnet meeting in Chicago. Best Regards, David Ritter
    David Ritter Apr 30, 2012
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  • <> Hi everyone, At the last meeting in Atlanta it was mentioned that there may be a need for a binary lighting output object. To that end here is a proposal for a BACnet binary lighting output object. The object is based on the Lighting Output object as defined in Addendum i and essentially converts that object to a binary version. The result is a much smaller and simpler object...
    David Ritter Jan 11, 2012
  • <> Hi all, Here is the latest (and hopefully last) draft of the Lighting Output object for public review 5. This document contains all the changes proposed at the LA-WG meeting in Montreal. Please review this document and me know if you find any errors or omissions. Best Regards, David Ritter
    David Ritter Jun 24, 2011
  • <> Hi All, Here are the proposed comment responses for PPR4. Please take a look at them as we will be discussing them at the LA-WG meeting in Montreal next week. Thanks to Christoph Zeller for reviewing all the comments and providing appropriate responses. Best Regards, David Ritter
    David Ritter Jun 15, 2011
  • <> Hi All, Here is the latest draft for the BACnet lighting output with the changes incorporated from the LA-WG conference call last week. We still need to deal with the OVERRIDDEN issue for startup/reset. Please take some time to review this document as I believe we are getting close to have a draft ready for SSPC review in Montreal. We want to make sure that all the spelling...
    David Ritter Jun 13, 2011
  • Thanks for the response Steve, The problem I have with using the OVERRIDDEN flag is contained in the statement “the physical output is no longer tracking changes to the Present_Value property”. Using “no longer” implies that the physical output is not changeable by writing to the present value when in fact this is not the case. We may be able to slightly change the...
    David Ritter Jun 13, 2011
  • ...INDETERMINATE_STATE until the physical output has been updated . Thanks David David Ritter, MSc Delta Controls Inc . www.deltacontrols.com dritter@^$1 direct: +1.604.574.8492 mobile: +1.604.837.1330 office: +1.604.574.9444 P Please consider the environment before printing this...
    David Ritter Jun 10, 2011
  • Hi All, There is an issue with the tracking value property of the Lighting Output object that needs a resolution. The problem stems from how we allow the value of the property to be determined. We allow the tracking value to be either 1) a locally calculated value OR 2) a physical feedback value. The tracking value is used in all of the step calculations and when the ramp and fade...
    David Ritter Jun 8, 2011