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Products: Commission, MP-C, MP-V, SpaceLogic Sensors
Functionalities: Hardware
Product version: 2022
12/17/2022

SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter

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The SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter is plugged into a SpaceLogic Sensor to provide a wireless Bluetooth connection to the BACnet/IP controller (Sensor Bus compliant controller) for commissioning, maintenance, and troubleshooting of the controller and the sensor.

Notice

SPACELOGIC SENSOR OR OTHER EQUIPMENT DAMAGE

  • Plug in the adapter with the button to the front.

  • Do not plug into any device other than a SpaceLogic Sensor.

Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.

 
action_zoom_plus_stroke  SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter provides Bluetooth access to BACnet/IP controllers

SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter provides Bluetooth access to BACnet/IP controllers

The SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter provides a bridge between a Bluetooth enabled mobile device running the Commission mobile application and the Sensor Bus on the BACnet/IP controller. The Commission mobile application is used to perform commissioning, flow balance, and checkout operations on BACnet/IP controllers. For more information, see Commission Mobile Application Overview .

The SpaceLogic Bluetooth adapter is designed to be connected to a SpaceLogic Sensor.

The SpaceLogic Sensor is in turn is connected to the BACnet/IP controller:

  • On an MP-C controller, the SpaceLogic Sensor is connected to the Sensor Bus port.

    For more information, see MP Controller Communication Ports .

  • On an MP-V controller, the SpaceLogic Sensor is connected to the RS-485 Com A port.

    By default, the MP-V controller's RS-485 Com A port is configured for the sensor bus. For more information, see MP-V Communication Ports .

  • On an RP-C controller, the SpaceLogic Sensor is connected to the RS-485 port configured for the sensor bus.

    By default, the RP-C controller's RS-485 Com A port is configured for the sensor bus. For more information, see RP-C Communication Ports .

Note:

The labeling of the RS-485 port differs between different hardware versions of the MP-V controllers. For more information, see Differences Between MP-V Hardware Versions .

The SpaceLogic Bluetooth adapter cannot be connected directly to the port on the BACnet/IP controller. For more information, see MP-C Sensor Bus .For more information, see MP-V Sensor Bus .For more information, see RP-C Sensor Bus .

The SpaceLogic Bluetooth adapter is plugged into a connector on the upper-right side of the SpaceLogic Sensor. For more information, see Installing SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter on a SpaceLogic Sensor . The physical connector on the sensor is a USB style connector, but the electrical interface and communication protocol are not USB. The SpaceLogic Bluetooth adapter communicates with the Bacnet/IP controller over the Sensor Bus using the RS-485 physical layer.

The SpaceLogic Bluetooth adapter PCB has a card-edge connector that protrudes from the PCB and mates with the SpaceLogic Sensor connector.

The SpaceLogic Bluetooth adapter is powered by the SpaceLogic Sensor, which also provides transient protection to the adapter.

The SpaceLogic Bluetooth adapter is housed in a plastic enclosure, which has a protective cap to help protect the PCB card edge when the adapter is not connected to a SpaceLogic Sensor. The protective cap has a hinge mechanism. The cap can either hang down, or rotate to the back end and snap on, when the adapter is connected to a SpaceLogic Sensor. The adapter is delivered with a lanyard that can be attached to a loop on the protective cap. For more information, see Attaching a Lanyard to SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter .

 
action_zoom_plus_stroke SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter

SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter

The SpaceLogic Bluetooth adapter has a momentary push-button switch that is used for pairing the adapter with a mobile device running the Commission mobile application. For more information, see Connecting to a Controller with the SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter .The SpaceLogic Bluetooth adapter sends out a unique signal that enables the mobile device to pair with the correct adapter. A blue indicator LED on the adapter indicates the status.

Table: SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter LED Patterns

LED Patterns

Condition/Mode

Blue, flashing (2 s ON, 8 s OFF)

Default Mode (No Bluetooth client connection, no BACnet/IP controller connection)

Blue, flashing (1 s ON, 1 s OFF)

Advertising Mode (No Bluetooth client connection, no BACnet/IP controller connection, connection is possible)

Blue, constant (always ON)

Connected Mode (Bluetooth client connection, no BACnet/IP controller connection)

Blue, ON when transmitting, OFF otherwise

Active Mode (Bluetooth client connection, BACnet/IP controller connection active)

Blue, flashing (2 s ON, 6 s OFF, 8 s ON, 4 s OFF)

DFU Mode (Waiting for user to press and hold push-button)

Specifications

Electrical
DC input power consumption
Maximum 0.25 W
DC input supply voltage
5.0 to 5.5 VDC (powered by the SpaceLogic Sensor)
Communications
Wireless communications
Bluetooth ® 4.2 Low Energy compliant
  
Bluetooth ® 5 Advertising
  
Frequency: 2.4 GHz
  
Line-of-sight range: max. 50 m (164 ft)
SpaceLogic communications
RS-485, proprietary Sensor Bus protocol
Operation environment
Ambient temperature, operating
0 to 50 °C (32 to 122 °F)
Ambient temperature, storage
-40 to +70 °C (-40 to +158 °F)
Humidity
Maximum 95 % RH non-condensing
Mechanical
Dimensions
70 W x 32 H x 12 D mm (2.8 W x 1.3 H x 0.5 D in.)
Weight
0.02 kg (0.05 lb) with lanyard
Hardware
CPU type
ARM Cortex-M4 single-core
Frequency
38.4 MHz
SRAM (embedded)
32 KB
Flash memory (embedded)
256 KB
Flash memory (serial)
1 MB
Status indicator
LED (blue)
Button
Momentary push-button switch
  • Hardware Overview
  • Commission Mobile Application Overview
  • MP-C Sensor Bus
  • MP-V Sensor Bus
  • RP-C Sensor Bus
  • MP Controller Communication Ports
  • MP-V Communication Ports
  • Differences Between MP-V Hardware Versions
  • RP-C Communication Ports
  • Installing SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter on a SpaceLogic Sensor
  • Attaching a Lanyard to SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter
  • Connecting to a Controller with the SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter