The latest release from Visual BACnet brings huge convenience and time saving for users with JACE controllers.
Now, you can capture BACnet data quickly and easily, sending it right from your JACE to Visual BACnet for analysis. There’s no additional hardware required, and no need to send staff on site.
The solution means that anyone with a JACE controller can capture the BACnet traffic they need with ease. All you need is a JACE running Niagara 4; Wireshark, or the Visual BACnet Capture Tool for Windows or Linux; a Visual BACnet account.
This technology allows you to capture BACnet data 100% remotely. If you capture using the Visual BACnet Capture Tool for Windows or Linux, your file will upload directly to Visual BACnet for analysis and diagnosis. You can even schedule or trigger captures remotely using the Windows or Linux Capture Tool, streaming from your JACE to Visual BACnet whenever you need.
Join Ryan Hughson and Monica McMahen as they discuss circular networks. How does a circular network happen, and how can you recognize it? How do you fix it, and how is it identified in Visual BACnet? All of this in less than 10 minutes!
When Australian energy analytics company BUENO Systems used to start working with a new building, they would have no idea what was happening on the building’s network.
Operational technology (OT) — including HVAC, lighting, and security — is regularly managed by IT departments alongside computers and phones.
BACnet networks can be brought down by excessive traffic, devices sending errors, and hundreds of other variables. Luckily Wireshark can help identify the troublemaker devices and root causes of network problems.