Tested Devices

BACnet IP to BACnet MSTP Router || BACnet MSTP to BACnet IP Router
The FieldServer BACnet Router offers a complete BACnet Internet working solution for BACnet/IP, BACnet Ethernet and BACnet MS/TP networks.

Discover BACnet MSTP devices from your BACnet IP controller/building automation system effortlessly.

Discover BACnet IP devices from your BACnet MSTP controller/building automation system effortlessly.


BACnet Router fact sheet

BACnet router quick start guide




 Supports Multiple BACnet Routing Connections

  • BACnet/IP & BACnet MSTP
  • BACnet MSTP & BACnet Ethernet
  • BACnet MSTP & BACnet MSTP
  • BACnet/IP & BACnet/IP
  • BACnet/IP & BACnet Ethernet 

Salient features:

  • BTL certified
  • Has two RS-485 ports enabling up to 64 BACnet MS/TP devices connected to it without the use of additional line drivers. The Router allows response to be cut in half due to the devices on two RS-485 port.
  • The Router has an easy one page configuration, ensuring that integration is completed with ease. All BACnet connected device can we viewed through the unique Device Discovery function. The list of discovered devices can be exported via Excel.


 Ease of Use

  • NAT support with secondary BACnet/IP connection for routing between public and private IP networks
  • Foreign Device Registration (FDR)
  • BACnet Broadcast Management Device (BBMD) for a connection between different subnets
  • Web Based configuration

Ease of Installation

  •  MDIX to use any Ethernet cable for commissioning & installation
  •  DHCP to automatically obtain IP setting from the network
  •  ToolBox to find and diagnose Routers on your network
  •  Wide range of input power requirements AC or DC 

Application scenario:

1) A site has two BACnet MSTP trunks with 31 VAV controllers on each and the building owner as mandated that all the VAV should be remotely monitored over the Building management system (BMS) installed. However the BMS only supports BACnet IP so how do we get the BMS to read/write data to/from the VAVs ?

Answer) This is a typical scenario where you can apply our FS-BACnet router. The router has 2xRS485 ports. Thus you can connect both the BACnet MSTP trunks (having 31 VAVs each) to respective ports of the router.

The only selection you have to do is the baud rate setting that you would like to you.

The BACnet router has an Ethernet port through which it can be connected to the site's local area network using a switch or hub. It should be assigned a suitable IP address based on the local area network set up.

Now power it up and we are good to go. The building management system can discover and access all the VAV boxes.

The baud rate setting and IP address settings can be done using the on board web utility on the router.