BACnet Explorer | BACmove
3.1.1. UDP Port
3.1.2. Device ID
3.1.3. Device Name
3.2. Who-Is Range
3.2.1. Low Limit
3.2.2. High Limit
3.3.1. Default Write Priority
3.4. Foreign Device
3.4.1. Registers as a Foreign Device
4.1. Open Network
4.2. Create a new site
4.4. Configuration button
5. Device List
5.1. WHO IS
5.2. Device List
6. Object List
6.2.1. Add to list
6.3. Right Chevron
7.1. Create a list
7.2. Remove object from list
8. List Export Format
BACnet® /IP client for Android, allows to discover and access devices on BACnet® networks.
✔ Access BACnet devices on the local network (Wi-Fi) or Register as a Foreign Device to a remote network through the cellular network or Wi-Fi.
✔ Devices and their associates objects are automatically discovered on the network.
✔ Create list of objects. List allows to group objects and save them for later reading /writing access. Import / export lists.
✔ Allows to perform read and write operations on the property Present_Value for objects of the following type:
Binary Input, Binary Output, Binary Value, Analog Input, Analog Output, Analog Value, Multi-state Input, Multi-state Output and Multi-state Value.
✔ Allows to read most available properties of the BACnet objects.
✔ Support for write command Priority (selectable priority and NULL value / Relinquish Default).
✔ AtomicReadFile, download BACnet object file to the SD Card of your Android device.
✔ Configuration: UDP port, Device Id and Device Name, Who-Is device instance range, default write priority, Foreign Device.
✔ Allows to research an object or device by typing its name or instance number.
✔ Devices can be sorted by name, instance, vendor or model.
✔ Objects can be sorted by name, instance or type.
✔ Dynamic user interface with multi-pane on devices with large screen / tablets.
The BACnet/IP port, default value is 47808.
The instance number used by the device object of the application.
The name of the device object of the application.
The minimum instance number to use in the ranged Who-Is
The maximum instance number to use in the ranged Who-Is.
The default priority for the BACnet WriteProperty service.
This configuration allows to configure the application as a BACnet Foreign Device.
Check this option to register as a foreign device using the following configuration.
IP address of the BACnet/IP Broadcast Management Device (BBMD).
BACnet/IP port of the BACnet/IP Broadcast Management Device (BBMD).
It is possible to have multiple network configurations or to use the general configuration.
Start the BACnet communication with the general configuration.
Create a new network configuration.
List of the sites.
Open the configuration for a site
This window allows to discovers and displays the BACnet devices on the network.
Press this button to send a ranged Who-Is with the configured range.
When BACnet device answer with I-Am they are added to the device list.
This list displays the discovered BACnet devices.
Press the sort button to sort the devices list by name, instance number, vendor or model.
This window displays the objects of the selected device.
Press the search button to research an object by its name or instance number.
Press the checkbox, to enable the object contextual menu at the top.
Press this button to add the selected object to a list.
Press this button to read the current Present Value of the selected object on the network.
Press this button to modify the object Present Value.
Press the chevron at the right of an object to display most of its properties.
Press this button to sort the objects.
List allows to access and displays side by side objects of different devices.
Press this button to create a new list.
Slide an object to the left to remove it from the list.
Lists are exported in two JSON files device.json and list.json.
JSON, is a text-based open standard designed for human-readable data interchange.
More information about JSON can be found on this website: http://www.json.org.
Free online JSON editor: http://www.jsoneditoronline.org.
Those files are packaged inside a .ZIP file for easy transfer and import.
This file defines the BACnet devices available in the lists. The list.json refers to this file to identify the BACnet devices.
This file defines the lists and the objects present in each list.
The value device refer to the device index in the device.json file.
property_identifier and array_index are not used in the current version and should be 85 and -1 respectively.
object_type available values:
0 Analog Input
1 Analog Output
2 Analog Value
3 Binary Input
4 Binary Output
5 Binary Value
13 Multi State Value
14 Multi State Output
19 Multi State Value
"object_name":"ANALOG INPUT 0",
"object_name":"ANALOG INPUT 0",
"object_name":"BINARY INPUT 0",
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