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1 Business activities of building automation
Beckhoff Building Automation

2 Hardware for building automation
Ethernet for continuous building communication Potential usage of the existing network structure for the office network and central building control systems Combined data network from sensor/actuator over PC up to management level No double data management necessary, fast data transmission with highest transfer rate Possibility of a setup change anywhere in the building at any time, e.g. intelligent door terminals, access control or services Beckhoff Building Automation

3 Existing powerful Controllers according to every application
Performance small controller BC / BX Embedded PC CX9000 Embedded PC CX1000 Embedded PC CX1020 Industrie-PC Panel Bus-Controller Embedded PC IPC Application Complexity Beckhoff Building Automation

4 for all hardware platforms
Softwaretool TwinCAT Performance for all hardware platforms TwinCAT: one tool IPC, Highest device class CX9000, CX1000 Medium device class BX9000 Lower device class BC9000 Lowest device class Cost Latest version: TwinCAT2.10 Support by TwinCAT Information System Programming standard IEC Beckhoff Building Automation

5 Overview over common sensors and actuators used in buildings
Lighting control Room temperature Operating unit for room control Weather station Control over PC: heating, cooling, single room control, illumination Acces control Shading Electrical window drive Access control Actuating drive Window contact Video surveillance Access control Building automation server Beckhoff Building Automation

6 Local acquisition of different data decentral over ethernet
RS485 Up to 64 DALI devices Up to 64 EIB devices Up to 64 LON devices Beckhoff Building Automation

7 Office buildings are getting very flexible with the wattless EnOcean radio technology
Battery-less switch with EnOcean radio transmitter Serial interface KL KL6023 wireless adapter with EnOcean radio receiver Battery-less temperature sensor with EnOcean radio transmitter Range approx. 300 m in the free field and approx. 30 m in the building Beckhoff Building Automation

8 Lighting (TwinCat PLC Library: Building Automation)
Function block FB_Dimmer1SwitchEco Dimming of incandescent lamps, electronic transformers and electronic ballasts Memory saving alternative to FB_Dimmer1Switch Without special functions „Set-Value“ and „Memorymode-Off“ Values for nOutMin and nOutMax are set to 0 and internally tPLCCycle calculates internally, about which amount the output nOut has to be increased per cycle Saving of extra time calculation Beckhoff Building Automation

9 Lighting (TwinCat PLC Library: serial communication DALI/DSI)
Function block FB_DALILight The structures stDALIInData and stDALIOutData have to be mapped to the I/O-addresses of the terminals The enum type eDALIAddrType defines the parameter nAddr, it can be a device address, a group address or a broadcast call With rising edge at bStart the function block sends data to the DALI Bus The parameterization of Dimmer function blocks is similar to FB_DimmSwitch Beckhoff Building Automation

10 Wireless transmission of switch states (TwinCat PLC Library: serial communication EnOcean)
Receives radio telegramms from EnOcean modules and provides them to the structure stEnOceanReceivedData, which can be evaluated by different function blocks The structures stEnOceanInData and stEnOceanOutData provide the data of the input and output image for the function block Evaluates the state of an EnOcean module A fixed user number describes the transmitter ID stEnOceanReceivedData processes transmitted information from FB_EnOceanReceive bSwitches contains an array with boolean values of the button states of the transmitter Beckhoff Building Automation

11 Communication with LON devices (library and Info: Beckhoff Information System KL6401)
Block manages the communication between control and LON terminal LON-specific SNVT-variables can be transmitted and received Parameters of the function block characterize the used SNVT- variables Status-variables are provided likewise Beckhoff Building Automation

12 Communication with EIB devices (library and Info: Beckhoff Information System KL6301)
Configuration of the KL6301 and start of the data transfer with the EIB network Difference between sending (bWrite) and receiving (bRead) Terminal gets physical address as an EIB device Application of four filters enables to use up to four group addresses of devices which telegrams are processed by the terminal Connection of single function blocks for receiving and sending to the basic function block Beckhoff Building Automation

13 Network structure of a building
One central server for building automation Main ethernet switch connects server with peripheral devices Each floor has its own ethernet switch Switches on the floors are not necessary if Bx with integrated 2-channel switch is used Beckhoff Building Automation

14 Network structure of several connected buildings
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15 Access from the IT network of the tenant to the building automation network
Building server has a two port ethernet card (FC9002) First port for the tenant IT network Second port for the building automation network Firewall software for network protection The tenant can only call HTML sites from the building automation server Beckhoff Building Automation

16 Access from several IT networks of the tenants to the building automation network
Managed switch for access control Firewall for each IT network The firewalls are maintained by the tenants The tenants can only call HTML sites from the building automation server Beckhoff Building Automation

17 KölnTriangle, Cologne, Germany
Intelligent room control in a high riser (2005) Control architecture: CPU: 3 C5102, 1 C3350 HMI: Customer specific, HTML-sites E/A: Ethernet with 20 CX1000, 1 CX1020, BK9000, 21 BC9000 Control structure: Central control function: TwinCat PLC Distributed control function: CX1000, CX1020, BC9000 mit ca data points Customer advantages: - Manual and automatic control of the functions Only one transmission protocol (TCP/IP) Improvement of energy consumption because heating, lighting, weather station, facade and windows are controlled by one system Project realisation: Wieland Electric GmbH, Züblin AG Bauunternehmung, Innecken Elektrotechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Beckhoff Automation GmbH Beckhoff Building Automation

18 Dr. Oetker Welt, Bielefeld, Germany
Remodeling of the „custard powder building“ into an event and exhibition building ( ) Control architecture: CPU: PC together with touch panel as central building server HMI: customer specific software from COPA-DATA E/A: ethernet with 13 BC9000 Control structure: Central and distributed control function: TwinCat PLC Customer advantages: Panel operated lighting, shading, ventilation and fume control of the building with approx m² floor space Implementation of DALI and EnOcean technology offer flexibility for the lighting control Lighting scenes in dependence of the time of the day Serial control of audio visual equipment in conference rooms Project realisation: Elektro Beckhoff GmbH Beckhoff Building Automation

19 Virtual.Aero, Ahaus, Germany
Virtual Airport (2005) Control architecture: CPU: own PCs, CX1000 HMI: David V8+ with webbrowser, telephone E/A: 10 BC9000, 163 Bus Terminals, approx. 50 PCs and monitors Control structure: Central control function: David V (customer specific software) Customer advantages: Cost reduction - Simple connection to bus system - Use of standard ethernet components - Central control of all functions - Remote control Project realisation: Tobit Software Beckhoff Building Automation

20 House Of Today, Munich, Germany
Automation of a residential house (2005) Control architecture: CPU: C5102 as central building server, CX1000 to control peripheral I/O HMI: customer specific software of the company 3SOFT attached to Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 E/A: Ethernet with 3 BK9000 and 250 I/O Control structure: Central and distributed control function: TwinCat PLC Customer advantages: Open gateways in IT- and Windows standards - Standard Ethernet network for PC, Telephone, Entertainment and as bus system for building control - Optimizing the energy consumption causes cost reduction - Automated access control and presence simulation Messages via or SMS Project realisation: Microsoft,Tobit Software, 3SOFT, A3Plus, Scemtec Automation, Tridonic Atco, Elektro Beckhoff GmbH Beckhoff Building Automation

21 Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany
Lighting technology, survey of disturbance data and control of the low voltage engineering (2005) Control architecture: CPU: 35 CX1000 HMI: Internet Explorer I/O: Ethernet mit BK9000 und ca I/O Control structure: Central control function: TwinCat PLC Customer advantages: - Flexible automation - Standard Ethernet components - Lighting of the outer shell in dependence of the playing soccer clubs in white, red and blue Project realisation: VA TECH ELIN EBG GmbH / Österreich Elektro Beckhoff GmbH Beckhoff Building Automation

22 BSH Bosch und Siemens Household Appliances GmbH, Munich, Germany
Building automation including flexible individual room control and light management with approx data points across an area of m² (2003) Control architecture: CPU: 4 slide-in IPC 5102 as building computers E/A: Ethernet and Lightbus, Controller BC9000, approx E/As, approx data points Control structure: Central control function: TwinCAT Soft-PLC Distributed control function: Ethernet-Bus Controller TwinCat OPC server offers room temperature data for the building management system Project realisation: Imtech Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG; fischer & fey Ingenieur-gesellschaft mbH, BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH; Beckhoff Beckhoff Building Automation

23 BSH Bosch und Siemens Household Appliances GmbH, Munich, Germany
Customer advantages: - Integrated networking on an ethernet base meets the requirements in terms of flexibility and modularity - Real-time capability of ethernet (up to 95 m distance, otherwise Lightbus, e.g. to control the desired position of blinds) In need of flexibility permanent integration of operating devices in walls should be avoided Subsequent integration of the light management via DALI Bus terminals Room layout variants are software-controlled simple manageability (e.g. software adaption) Beckhoff Building Automation

24 Miele, Gütersloh, Germany
Intelligent building automation for Miele innovation center for electronic development (2003) Control architecture: CPU: IPC C5102 as main building computer, 63 BC9000 HMI: Control Panel CP6802 E/A: Ethernet, data points, with 260 triac bus terminals to control blinds and windows, DALI Bus Terminals for light control Control structure: Central control function: TwinCAT PLC Distributed control function: BC9000 Customer advantages: Weather station, temperature control and light management within one system - Ethernet network allows connection of any commercially available installation devices at the bus terminals - More flexible installation, no cumbersome parameterizations during extensions or modifications of the utilization concept More operational reliability through decentralized intelligent units Project realisation: Miele Gütersloh, Beckhoff Beckhoff Building Automation

25 ZF-Lemförder, Dielingen, Germany
New administration building (2003) Control architecture: CPU: Built-in industrial PC C5102, 15 BC9000 HMI: MS Internet Explorer 6.0 E/A: Ethernet-Interface / 1670 Data points; 630 Bus Terminals Special: integration of 80 conventional electronic balasts ( V) into the building control system Control structure: Central control function: TwinCAT PLC / Java Script Distributed control function: TwinCAT PLC / BC9000 Customer advantages: - Open interfaces to other building technology systems - Operation of the building control functions in the canteen and the VIP area via Internet Explorer - Communication to central online UPS - Central HVAC system fault message recording Transfer of fault message via SMS or Compatibility with standard network components Project realisation: Többen und Partner Ing.-Ges.mbH / Lingen, Elektro Beckhoff GmbH Beckhoff Building Automation

26 German Museum, Munich, Germany
Building automation of a museum (2003) Control architecture: CPU: 1 C inch slide-in IPC CX1000 to control peripheral I/O HMI: Microsoft.NET E/A: Ethernet with approx. 540 bus terminals Control structure: Central and distributed control function: TwinCat PLC Customer advantages: Significantly easier handling Implementation of new programs requires less effort - Remote control: redundancy to protect the exhibit - Simplify the control with using computers - open system solution provides flexibility and continuity: heating control, monitoring function and window closing are realized continuously by browser connection Project realisation: German Museum Traffic Center, Elektro Beckhoff GmbH Beckhoff Building Automation

27 IT-Port, Munich-Unterschleißheim, Germany
Building automation for new building (2002) Control architecture: CPU: 3 C inch slide-in IPC, approx. 130 BC9000 HMI: Internet Explorer E/A: Ethernet, approx data points Control structure: Central control function: TwinCAT PLC Distributed control function: BC9000 Bus Terminal Controller Customer advantages: - simple building configuration - Standard Ethernet components, compatible with other network systems - Room control via internet Project realisation: FOM Future Office Management, Beckhoff, raumcomputer ag Beckhoff Building Automation

28 Eurotheum (EZB), Frankfurt, Germany
Building automation and building control (2001) Control architecture: CPU: 40 C6130, P III, 128 MB HMI: TwinCAT OPC, hercon (customer specific visualization) Control structure: Central control function: TwinCAT PLC Customer advantages: Simple room configuration / simple parameterization of the building control Modularity enables detailed planning and balanced upgrading of the functions - Remote maintenance and diagnostics - robust PC-technologie Project realisation: Eurotheum Frankfurt, Beckhoff, Hermann GmbH Beckhoff Building Automation

29 Microsoft Headquarters, Munich, Germany
Intelligent building automation for Microsoft headquarters building ( ) Control architecture: CPU: 13 C6140 as central master computers and building computers, 230 BC9000 HMI: Website/Internet Explorer E/A: Ethernet TCP/IP, data points (digital/analog) Control structure: Central and distributed control function: TwinCAT PLC Customer advantages: - standard operatring system Microsoft WindowsCE and Embeddded XP - Standard Ethernet components - Simple building configuration in case of changing utilization - Operation with intelligent Windows CE pocket PCs - Comfortable room control via Internet-Explorer/web page Project realisation: FOM Future Office Management, Beckhoff, Siemens Gebäude Management und Service, digitales bauen/ raumcomputer ag, G. A. Müller Beckhoff Building Automation


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