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The acronym MS/TP stands for Master-Slave/Token-Passing
Those LANs are Master-Slave/Token-Passing
(MS/TP), ANSI/ATA 878.
For BACnet, these include Ethernet[TM], ARCNET[TM], LonTalk[TM], and Master-Slave/Token-Passing
(MS/TP) using EIA-485.
Using BACnet's Master-Slave/Token-Passing
(MS/TP) as a sensor or field bus allows placement of the sensor and actuator devices along a single common wiring route that shares the communication bus with the controller and other BACnet controllers on the same segment up to 5,000 ft (1524 m) long.