What is KNX?

KNX, used by 500 highly ranked companies in over 37 countries worldwide, is an exceptional base for controlling all types of lighting, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems and engines. It is a tool to achieve savings in energy consumption, system monitoring, security and visualization of automation processes.

Communication as a process of information exchange in the KNX system takes place through three media such as power line, radio frequency and twisted pair (BUS line). The BUS line is used to exchange information between connected devices. Information, orders and others signals are exchanged between BUS devices connected to the control system via telegrams.

However, more practicality and safety with less energy consumption can only be achieved by intelligent control and monitoring of all products involved. This is a real challenge because it involves more wiring, from sensors and actuators to control and monitoring centers. For professionals, such as mass of wiring also means greater efforts in design and installation, increased fire risk and high costs. That’s where KNX jumps in!

Automation doesn’t have to be difficult. It simply requires a system that solves the problems of isolated devices by ensuring that all components communicate through a common language. The type of device you want to use no longer matters.

Whether you want to control lighting, security systems, heating, blinds, ventilation, energy management, conditioning systems, signaling and monitoring systems, interfaces for building services and control systems, remote control, audio and video control. All these functions work through a single system. This is easy to manage your home and buildings. This is KNX.

There are numerous possibilities for creating a smart home or office. Simply operate the light or go all the way and connect different types of devices. KNX takes automation and personalization to the next level.

As mentioned, using KNX standard offers many advantages. Some of the most important and user friendly ones are:

  • easy communication between sensors via one BUS cable,
  • communication via three different media (BUS cable, power line and radio frequency),
  • modularity and upgradeability with sensors and actors at all times without the need for construction work,
  • possibility of almost unlimited scenes and scenarios of lighting, motors, heating/cooling
  • a large number of KNX partners guarantee technical support in the future.

How we implement KNX standard?

Using the KNX standard, we meet our customer requirements by offering the best quality solutions through conceptual solutions and design. Thus implement them in your homes or business premises depending on your wishes and needs.

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