- On the Configure screen, click the Recipient List tab for further configuration.
- Click the Add button to add a BACnet device as a recipient item to the list. The Notification Recipient dialog box appears. See the Tips for the Notification Recipient section that follows.
- Click the check box next to an item in the list and click Remove if you want to remove the item from the list.
- Click the check box next to an item in the list and click Details to view that item’s Notification Recipient dialog box information.
- Select an item in the list and use the up and down arrows to change the order of the item in the list.
To send a notification to a specific BACnet device, select the OID radio button and enter the object identifier for that device in the Device OID box. Enter the Process ID.
To send a notification to a specific address, select the Address radio button and enter the IP Address, Network Number, UDP Port, and Process ID. See the Recipient List attribute of the Notification Class object for details.
Select the check boxes for the days that the notifications should be sent. To define the times when the notification is active, slide the arrows on the time bar to define Start and Stop times.
The Notification Class object provides a means to send alarm messages (Event Notification Messages) that are generated by other objects to any BACnet device. Typically, it is used to route alarm messages to third-party BACnet devices. Notification Classes are useful for event-initiating objects that have identical needs in terms of how their notifications should be handled, what the destinations for their notifications should be, and how they should be acknowledged.
When you create a Notification Class object at a BACnet client and map the object to a network engine, a folder called Notification is created and a new Notification Class object is created under that folder in the navigation tree.