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Introducing KNX

May 25, 2017
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Introducing KNX
KNX is a global standard for the control and management of home and building.You can connect all the bus devices via the KNX medium. It includes radio frequency, power line, IP/Ethernet and twisted pair. 

You should note that the bus devices can either be sensors or actuators using which you can manage lighting, security systems, heating, ventilation, energy and other related parameters. Some of the other devices include remote control, metering, video control and others. With KNX, you will be able to control, signal, and monitor all the functions through a uniform system. There is no need for activating additional control centers.



You will be able to find KNX installations not only in Europe but also the Far East, North and South America. As many as 370 KNX companies globally offer 7000 KNX certified product groups classified into various catalogs.

KNX is approved as an International Standard (ISO/IEC 14543-3) including Chinese Standard (GB/T 20965) and European Standard (CENELEC EN 50090 and CEN EN 13321-1). If you find KNX logo, then it signifies interworking and interoperability with enhanced stability. If you would like to take control of commercial and residential buildings, KNX is the only option for you.

To recall, KNX opens up a wide range of possibilities for controlling systems by keeping the total cost to a manageable level. The technology provides solutions that are impossible with conventional installation procedures. With a single touch panel, you can control all the applications in the home or building. KNX helps you to enhance comfort, safety and energy efficiency inside home or building.

KNX brings in a wide range of benefits for designers, contractors, architects, building owners and users. The main advantage of KNX is the low operating costs paired with energy savings. Moreover, the KNX technology is flexible and adaptable to upcoming development projects.