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How to Send DCE Rack PDU Sensor values to Siemens BMS (Bacnet)

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How to Send DCE Rack PDU Sensor values to Siemens BMS (Bacnet)

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by shemilusman on 2017-04-19


Hi,

We have a client who wants to have all DC Rack PDU's sensor values in Siemens BMS (Siemens use Bacnet).

Now I have around 200 devices in SNMP, please advise how I will convert this information to Bacnet for BMS to have them.

Thanks & Regards

Shemil

 

 

 

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Re: How to Send DCE Rack PDU Sensor values to Siemens BMS (Bacnet)

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Christopherus Laurentius on 2017-04-19


shemilusman, no direct way about it that i'm aware of. Below are just my thoughts.

  1. Use SBO's Automation Server (AS) to EWS rack PDU data from DCE, then let AS output as BACNET IP
  2. DCE output modbus TCP using AP95modbus (do note its only up to 247 modbus slave), then either Siemens BMS take the modbus TCP, or get a converter from Modbus TCP to Bacnet IP
  3. Web services from DCE out, use a converter from web service to bacnet IP (which I don't think is available)

Hope those triggers some ideas, and let's see what others have to say.

Regards,
Chris 

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