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Addendum to Standard 135-2001

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Addendum a (135a-1. Add Partial Day Scheduling to the Schedule object, p. 1.; 135a-2. Enable reporting of proprietary events by the Event Enrollment object, p. 9; 135a-3. Allow detailed error reporting when all ReadPropertyMultiple accesses fail, p. 11; 135a-4. Remove the Recipient property from the Event Enrollment object, p. 12; 135a-5. Add the capability to issue I-Am responses on behalf of MS/TP slave devices, p.15; 135a-6. Add a new silenced mode to the DeviceCommunicationControl service, p. 19; 135a-7. Add 21 new engineering units, p. 20; 135a-8. Specify the behavior of a BACnetArray when its size is changed, p. 22; 135a-9. Clarify the behavior of a BACnet router when it receives an unknown network message type, p.25.)

Addendum b (Multiple sections: Removed UTC timestamps from Trend Logs and guarantee Trend Log record ordering.)

Addendum c (135c-1. Allow Life Safety objects to advertise supported modes, p. 1; 135c-2. Add Unsilence Options to the LifeSafetyOperation Service, p.3; 135c-3. Specify the relationship between the Event_Type and Event_Parameter properties, p.4; 135c-4. Add a new Accumulator Object Type, p. 5; 135c-5. Add a new Pulse Converter Object Type, p. 19; 135c-6. Standardize event notification priorities, p.32; 135c-7. Define Abort reason when insufficient segments are available, p.38; 135c-8. Add new Error Codes and specify usage, p.39.)

Addendum d (135d-1. Add clauses describing BACnet-EIB/KNX mapping, p. 1.)