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Power supply - This eibabo catalog contains power supplies and system devices for various automation systems, for example, LCN, radio bus KNX and many other systems. The most common power supplies in this catalog are for the KNX bus system. The KNX power supply units provide a maximum current of 640mA at a voltage of 28V to 30V. Smaller KNX power supplies are available for fewer devices per line, for example KNX power supply 160mA or 320mA or bigger power supply units of 29-30V with current limiters 640mA and separate KNX chokes. A KNX power supply always contains a KNX choke. Each KNX line requires its own power supply. The nominal voltage of the KNX system is 24V. KNX bus devices still work in a stable way with up to 21V.The voltage difference permits compensation of voltage drops in the bus line or at the contact resistors. The power requirement of a KNX participant is actually standardized. Normally, it should not exceed 200mW. 150mW for the voltage supply of the microprocessor and 50mW for the application unit. There are many KNX products that do not need this power reference but also KNX devices with a higher requirement, such as KNX actuating drives, KNX room controllers or KNX displays. In this catalog KNX power supply units, KNX power supplies, KNX power supplies for commissioning, KNX emergency power supplies, PoE power supplies, bus power supplies, IP power supplies PoE , battery modules for KNX power supplies,Power supply units 12V and power supply units 24V for conventional applications of the following leading manufacturers for Smart Home Automation are listed: ABB, Berker, Busch-Jaeger, EASYLUX, EIBMARKT, Gira, Hager, Issendorf, Jung, Lingg & Janke, MDT, Merten, Siemens, Somfy, Theben and Warema. A power supply unit always provides a direct current (DC) at the output. The difference in name transformer and power supply is essentially that a conventional transformer always outputs alternating current (AC) and works only with alternating current at the input.
Energy management - This catalogue offers articles used for energy measurement or energy optimization in various bus systems, for example for radio bus system applications or the KNX bus system. KNX energy meters can be used for utility cost billing or cost monitoring, for cost center billing, energy optimization, visualization or installation monitoring. These KNX meters do not only capture and display consumption values, they also display other functions. They can be used to identify high consumption devices, to switch off specific channels if thresholds are exceeded or just to display the daily energy costs, voltage, current and power data. KNX visualization can generate a variety of display formats depending on time or load profile, can store your energy provider?s current prices and display accrued costs and compare them. For billing purposes, the meter should absolutely be calibrated and have MID approval. MID means Measuring Instruments Directive. The MID is a EU directive covering measuring instruments. Even in case of bus failure, the meters should continue to collect and store data. All KNX meters can be ordered as calibrated or uncalibrated type and with / without MID certificate. In Germany, for example, electricity meters used commercially must be calibrated. Therefore, check whether the meter intended for commercial application can be used in your country. After expiration of the calibration period (8 years for electronic meters, 12 years for mechanical transducer meters with induction system or 16 years for mechanical meters with induction system), the meter has to be replaced or the calibration period extended. Carefully study the features and parameters of the meters provided by different manufacturers to find the most suitable meter. There are different types of KNX meters, for example, direct meters or transformer meters for very high currents. In single-family houses or apartment buildings KNX direct meters are generally used. These are usually available up to 100A. In this eibabo category you will find, for example, radio single-phase meters, KNX energy meters, interface modules, energy measurement sensors, KNX power modules, KNX sensors, KNX meter interfaces, wireless energy sensors, KNX peak load limiters, bus electricity meters of the brands ABB, Busch-Jäger , Eaton, Eltako, Gira, Hager, Lingg & Janke, Merten and Siemens for various automation systems.
Timer - A conventional time switch usually switches an electrical relay contact at set times. This is used to realize specific control and automation functions. However, in this eibabo catalog you will find special timers for various automation bus systems, such as radio bus or KNX bus system. KNX time switches, generally, do not dispose of direct switching contacts, but provide the status in digital form as telegrams on the respective bus system or by radio. Depending on the manufacturer, the KNX time switches have diversified but also different characteristics. Most KNX switches feature a day program, week program and year program. Some KNX timers offer a connection option for a DCF or GPS antenna. An automatic summer / winter changeover as well as astro programs. A definition of the geographical location of the building extends the range of options. Switching functions with output of dimming values, switching ON / OFF or UP / DOWN for blinds or shutters, heating control for comfort / standby or night mode, scene release as well as master / slave function are other possible options of KNX time switches. Updating the date and time at KNX displays or other KNX devices in the system by sending the information to the bus are further advantages. Some manufacturers also offer holiday databases, countdown timers and operating hour counters, as well as random programs for simple presence simulations in case of absence to deter potential burglars. A standby in case of power failure is also often standard. What is different is the way to get started. Some manufacturers offer the possibility of direct commissioning of times at the display, programming keys or a separate add-on software or programming solely via the ETS. One should also consider whether another KNX device, which already contains timer programs, is planned in the system, for example KNX weather stations with astro function and GPS / DCF, KNX visualizations (KNX server) KNX displays or complex KNX control and display panels. eibabo provides KNX time switches, KNX time transmitters, wireless timers, KNX year timers, KNX radio switches, KNX week timers, KNX radio blind switches, KNX synchronization timers, digital time switches as well as KNX UP timers of all leading manufacturers, such as ABB, Berker, Busch-Jaeger, Eltako, Hager, Issendorf, Jung,Legrand, MDT, Merten, Peha, Siemens, Theben or Warema.
Manual wall transmitter - Manufacturers of radio bus systems for home automation systems use different radio standards (EnOcean, Z-Wave, ZigBee, Bluetooth Smart, Bluetooth, WLAN). Leading manufacturers are Eaton Eltako and Thermokon. This catalog offers wireless handheld wall transmitters for different automation systems made by different manufacturers. Radio bus systems are an alternative to building automation systems such as KNX, LON or LCN. Radio bus systems are much cheaper and the range of applications and devices differs from manufacturer to manufacturer. Therefore, one should not use proprietary radio bus systems, but a radio bus system where devices of different manufacturers are compatible, such as with the KNX. However, in radio bus applications, the scope of options is always increasing in order to meet the smart home requirements. Radio bus systems can be connected to building automation systems, for example to KNX. Thus, mixed applications are possible, for example if installations with cables and wires are not possible (glass constructions, wood surfaces, open spaces). Compared to building automation systems, it is easier to put wireless home automation systems into operation and they are cheaper, but they are also less flexible when it comes to complex functionalities and future extensions. eibabo provides battery-free wireless wall transmitters, wireless remote controls, wireless handheld transmitters, handheld KNX radio transmitters, KNX radio wall transmitters, wireless outdoor transmitter module, wireless handheld multi transmitters , KNX RF transmitters, KNX wall transmitter modules, wireless wall transmitter inserts or wireless universal transmitter radio bus from leading radio bus manufacturers such as Berker, Busch Jaeger, Eaton, Elso, Eltako, eQ-3, Gira, Hager, JUNG, Peha, Schalk, Siemens and Thermokon.
Analog input - Analog inputs are needed to capture analog DC sensor signals / measuring values of the type (voltage signals or current signals) 0-1 V, 0-5 V, 0-10 V, 1-10 V, 0-20 mA , 4-20 mA and to send them on the bus, e.g. for wind, rain, brightness, temperature, twilight, or moisture in order to process them further. Depending on the manufacturer also standard sensors PT100, PT1000 or NTC can be used. Thus, in the KNX system, telegrams 1 byte (EIS6) or 2-byte (EIS5) can be sent for display in KNX visualizations, KNX panels or displays. Analog inputs are also able to send limit values parameterized with the ETS as 1 bit values to the KNX bus to trigger other functions or messages as soon as a measured value exceeds a defined value or falls below it. KNX analog inputs usually require a voltages supply. This eibabo catalog contains analog inputs for various automation systems (LCN, Radio Bus, KNX, etc.). KNX analog inputs can be ordered for all installation types on the surface, concealed, built into ducts, walls or ceilings or for installation in electrical distributions. Now the question arises why an analog input is required if any common weather station already offers the usual sensors and this usually with considerably more parameters. However, usually a standard KNX weather station has just a few permanently installed sensors which is usually sufficient for the purpose of measuring physical environmental variables outside. However, on the market there are thousands of different conventional active and passive sensors for different requirements and functions. Conventional active 0-1 V, 0-5 V, 0-10 V, 1-10 V, 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA current or voltage sensors might be needed specifically, for example, for special sensors to carry out regulating processes by means of KNX. The potential for these conventional sensors is enormous and can be exploited by using KNX analog inputs. KNX also provides suitable input modules for passive sensors for evaluation in the KNX bus system. The disadvantage of analog signals is the susceptibility to trouble if there are very precise requirements. Therefore, in the automation sector analog sensors are increasingly replaced by digital systems in control technology. Therefore, the demand for sensors with digital output signal is increasing. Sensor manufacturers worldwide will benefit in the coming decades from the extreme demand for a variety of sensors, for example, for contactless capture of body temperature and heart rate, the detection of specific facial expressions and gestures to the point of recognizing emotional states from various signal evaluations, for intelligent systems (automation, smart home, robotics, etc.). We are fully convinced of this.
Display - KNX displays are a useful addition, for example, in the front door or the bedroom to ensure a quick overview of the most important status messages. KNX Displays are not only able to display a status, such as of doors and windows, but can also carry out switching operations for central commands (e.g. central light OFF, heating Standby, central outdoor lighting ON/OFF, panic function, emergency call, alarm system armed/unarmed or set point adjustment for room temperatures) and trigger acoustic alarms. Generally, lighting/brightness can be parameterized so that the device only lights up when operated or in case of alarm. The menu structure can be facilitated and navigation is easy. In addition, default values can be displayed, like outside temperature, date and time or other random text telegrams (14Byte). Often KNX displays dispose of useful additional timer program functions to send date and time to the bus. KNX displays are available in countless design options and can be integrated perfectly in all switch ranges. KNX displays, radio bus displays or displays for alternative automation systems are offered in the eibabo catalog. The eibabo catalog category ?Displays? includes radio weather data displays, KNX energy consumption displays, KNX TFT displays, KNX Info displays, KNX LCD-displays, KNX 4 key-Displays, KNX operating panels with LCD display, KNX LED displays, KNX display units, KNX LCD-displays of leading KNX manufacturers, such as ABB, Berker, Busch-Jaeger, Eaton, Eltako, Hager, Jung, MDT or Merten.
Motion detector - Basically, presence detectors and motion detectors are divided into devices applied in the conventional area or in building automation, whereby presence detectors can also be used as motion detectors and are therefore often the better choice. The differences and significant advantages of a presence detector compared to a motion detector (simple light measurement, disturbance caused by artificial light) are the universal application due to the special and permanent light measurement (daylight and / or mixed light measurement) even during the switch-on process. The light value is measured by means of a special sensor, which has a spectral sensitivity similar to the human eye. The typical difference is therefore the application. A KNX motion detector is used for switching on as soon as movement is detected and the importance of a KNX presence detector is that is switches the light off when no movement is detected or a brightness limit value has been exceeded in order to save energy. The complex sensor system in a presence detector can detect sensitive movements which are typical for offices or workplaces. The area of application of a motion detector is in small rooms, bathrooms, storage rooms, garages, hallways, stairs, or in outdoors. Both versions have a wide range of parameters for switching or dimming lighting, opening and closing blinds or shutters, controlling heating, air conditioning and ventilation, master / slave functions, blocking functions, logic functions, pets (house access for pets), alarm systems with other sensitivity modes, sneak-by guard, rear side monitoring, stairwell monitoring, constant light control and many more. Furthermore, several channels are often provided. The detection ranges and necessary mounting heights can also be very different and should be selected depending on the required application. Detectors with DUAL-HF technology are particularly able to penetrate glass, wood and lightweight construction walls. Eibabo offers a wide range of applications for KNX external motion detectors, KNX motion detectors, KNX presence detectors, KNX monitoring device, , KNX passive infrared motion detector, KNX PIR detector, KNX presence detector interfaces, KNX detector for high-frequency sensor technology, KNX ceiling presence detector, KNX wall presence detector, KNX automatic switch, KNX automatic attachment, radio bus motion detector, KNX radio motion detector solar, KNX hallway presence detector, KNX presence detector Comfort, KNX presence detector with contrast light control, KNX monitoring device sensor, KNX presence detector DALI, KNX radio motion detector, KNX IR presence detector Plus made by the following manufacturers: ABB, Berke, Busch-Jaeger, Eaton, EIBMARKT, eQ-3, Esylux, Gira, Hager, Issendorf, Jung, MDT, Merten, Peha, Siemens, Steinel and Theben.
Radio receiver - Our range of switches includes high-quality radio receivers from all major manufacturers. Radio receivers are used if no power line or bus is provided. In addition, radio receivers are suitable for those who want the most flexible installation. Our radio receivers are also suitable for retrofitting of existing analog installations and device controls. In this way, radio receivers offer an interesting and cost-effective solution for home automation to improve the living comfort. We offer a wide range of radio receivers and products for flush-mounted installation (receivers, switch actuators and radio actuators), for operation (radio buttons, antenna modules, universal displays) and for control (wireless adapters, wireless sockets and adapter plugs).
Room temperature controller - Room temperature controllers are used for individual room temperature regulation in interior rooms and dispose of various measuring ranges and can be very different in terms of application (static heating surfaces or underfloor heating, air conditioning and ventilation functions, etc.) and functions for operation and comfort. This catalog provides eibabo room temperature controllers for different bus systems (KNX, radio, LCN) as well as conventional applications. The most common regulators in this catalog are KNX room temperature controllers. The selection is big. Many manufacturers use different designations, such as KNX continuous controllers, KNX object regulators, KNX room temperature controllers. Object regulators are room temperature controllers without direct adjustment options for the set point temperature at the device. Object regulators were developed, as the name implies, for use in objects, mostly public buildings or areas where direct adjustment is not desired. The values are parameterized in a fixed way directly via the ETS (software), but nominal values can be changed directly using KNX (KNX switches, KNX operating panels, KNX visualizations). However, KNX object regulators are often cheaper and suitable in the domestic sector for hallways, basements or storage rooms. KNX room temperature controllers are also offered in different types depending on the manufacturer. Many KNX room temperature controllers are already available with bus coupler or the bus coupler must be purchased separately. Often the KNX already includes KNX binary inputs, for example to integrate conventional switches in the room to switch on the light via KNX.These binary inputs, generally, correspond to the technical data of KNX push button interfaces and can therefore only be extended by up to 50cm. There are controllers with or without adjusting wheel for adjusting the temperature or adjustment via display and menu operation, everything is possible. However, customers should not only consider the outside of the controller but see what the KNX room temperature controller has to offer inside. Here, significant application development differences between the individual manufacturers become apparent. But these differences may be relevant to your project requirements in terms of control behavior, influence on regulation processes, operating modes and external switchover options or set point adjustment, status feedback, number of group addresses, behavior in case of power failure and more.There are also multi-channel KNX room temperature controllers for electric distribution installations, where temperature measurement is carried out by means of separate KNX sensors, for example, by KNX push buttons or movement detectors with integrated temperature sensor. Eibabo offers temperature regulators of all leading manufacturers of control technology HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) in smart home automation: ABB, Berker, Busch-Jaeger, Eaton, Elsner Elektronik, Eltako, EIBMARKT, Gira, Hager, Issendorf, Jung, Lingg & Janke , MDT, Merten, Siemens, Theben and Thermokon.
Transmitter remote control - The various switch ranges offered by eibabo provide a wide selection of transmitter-remote controls, control elements, push buttons, bus flat push-buttons, handheld radio transmitters as well as radio push-buttons and remote controls with display. Our shop range also includes: window sensors, wireless window transmitters, wireless window handles, wireless mini pushbuttons, wall-mounted radio transmitters, radio transmitters and wireless multifunction sensors. We also provide infrared handheld transmitters, infrared sensors, KNX radio handheld transmitters and IR universal remote controls. ... With a remote control, you can control lights according to a time plan or at random. The combination of wireless receivers and transmitters opens unprecedented opportunities. The radio switches and push buttons look like normal light switches and offer you the opportunity to control your lights wirelessly. Radio systems are also easy to install and provide a flexible solution since you can control several receivers with one and the same key or with a wireless remote control.
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