Guidelines help manufacturers build interoperable LonMark products
based upon LonWorks technology; the ANSI/CEA-709.1 control-networking protocol.
- LmApp34.pdf – LonMark Application-Layer Interoperability Guidelines;
version 3.4, updated 2005-10, effective from 2005-10-05 (1.6MB).
- LmPhy34.pdf – LonMark Layer 1-6 Interoperability Guidelines;
version 3.4, updated 2005-10, effective from 2005-10-05 (909k).
For archived releases of the LonMark Interoperability
Guidelines, see the Guidelines Archives.
LonMark Resource Files
This comprises all of the machine-readable SNVTs, SCPTs, Enums, and SFPTs that form the basic building blocks of a LonMark certified device. The collection is available online for browsing and easy cross-referencing:
The actual binary files are conveniently assembled into an InstallShield® wizard that can be run with or without the user interface, allowing the installation file to be incorporated into an installation and update process used by a tool vendor or installer:
LonMark Product Conformance Review Information
Conformance Review Information.
Interface File Reference Guide
Describes the content and structure
of a device interface (.XIF) file.
- LmXif4402.pdf – LonMark Device Interface File Reference Guide;
version 4.402, updated
LonMark Resource File API Reference Guide
Describes the application programming interface of the resource-files structure.
- LmRfApi04.pdf – LonMark Resource File API Reference Guide;
revision 4, updated
Standard Transceiver List
Describes the transceiver-channel parameters, standard transceiver-
type IDs, standard transceiver IDs, and channel-type IDs for all LonMark channels
as well as some channels that are not LonMark Approved.
- stdXcvr.xml – File describing channels and transceivers. Used in development and integration tools,
version 18.104.22.168, updated 2006-06-21.
Standard Program ID Master List
A constantly updated list that provides information for the content of a standard program identifer (SPID).
- SPID Master List – File that lists manufacturers, device classes, usage categories, and media channels.