Controlling up to five Sonos master devices plus up to 25 slaves simply via the KNX– no longer a dream of the future thanks to this adapter newcomer by ise! Choose to control each room separately or the complete house via the party mode. Crystal clear hi-fi sound and nearly unlimited sound scenarios: the Sonos sound system enhances digital music with a varied landscape of wireless speakers and audio systems. This sound wonder only has one drawback: until now, it had to be controlled via a special app, especially during zone use; a handicap for all KNX users!
But now, the ise smart connect KNX Sonos connects this sound family to the world of KNX and makes it even easier to handle. With dynamic zone formation, up to five Sonos master devices can be connected via IP and each can be linked with up to five Slave units. Hereby, either each master device is assigned its own music program or one master device controls the complete device set-up.
control to play playlists title, artist, and album in running text on KNX text objects. total volume control of master, slave, and the complete group dynamic zone building for up to five zones with one master each and up to five slave devices via KNX objects playing music from the SD card in ise smart connect KNX Sonos for ETS version 4.2 resp. 5.0.2 or higher
With the ise smart connect KNX Secure, KNX can be conveniently and safely accessed from anywhere around the world. Whether via computer, tablet, or smart phone – you get safe communication completely without configuration! A KNX user wants to lower his blinds or turn up the heater while he is on the road, or an electrical installer wants to do a configuration without having to go to the customer’s home – there are many situations where remote accessibility of the KNX system makes sense. Nevertheless, exactly this could cause a dangerous safety breach.
The solution comes in the form of the ise smart connect KNX Secure. SSL-protected connections guarantee safety at all times. Not a single data packet is being transmitted without being encoded; listening in is not possible. Furthermore, the KNX user can interrupt connections to the outside world any time via an additional secure switch.
And installation is child’s play. Simply connect ise smart connect KNX Secure to the KNX and you are done! Access is only possible via smart phone, tablet, or laptop. Just start the ETS Secure Access Client that accesses the installation’s KNX IP interfaces. Or the web browser, that let’s you access the local HTML pages. And further configuration? Unnecessary! That’s it.
safe data transmitting of HTML and ETS communication via the internet up to KNX/IP network, encrypted from the first packet on configuration-free when using DHCP for ETS version 4.2 resp. 5.0.2 or higher
This device is a product of the KNX system and complies with the KNX guidelines. Detailed specialist knowledge gained in KNX training courses is assumed for understanding. Functionality of the device is dependent upon software. Detailed information about software versions, specific ranges of functions and the software itself can be found in the manufacturer's product database. Planning, installation and start-up of the device is with the aid of KNX-certified software. The up-to-date product database and technical descriptions are available on our internet page.
Proper use With the KNX system, the innovative KNX adapter lets you control up to 25 Hue lights via dimmer or switch. From warm to lively, the lamps’ LED technology opens up the wide spectrum of light hues. Individual RGB values can be set for each individual lamp. The KNX control element lets you choose comfortably between complete light scenarios and separate control.
Product features: - control up to 25 Hue lights via ise smart connect KNX and the Philips Hue-bridge - separately control up to 25 Hue lights via dimmer or switch - individual control of RGB colour hues possible - choose comfortably between complete light scenarios and separate control - simple connection of visualisation systemsand facility management systems - For ETS version 4.2 resp. 5.0.2 or higher
Together with the new multiMATIC controller, the ise smart connect KNX Vaillant offers the integration of eBUS and KNX, thus also enabling the comfortable integration of Vaillant heating systems in the KNX system. The ise smart connect KNX Vaillant allows you to implement innovative solutions for your intelligent house:
You won't be at home for a longer period of time. KNX enables you to perform an occupied-home simulation today, allowing you to conveniently activate the alarm system. With the ise smart connect KNX Vaillant, you can now also switch your heating system to "standby mode". This allows you to reduce the room temperature setpoint values in all rooms (if desired) and minimise heating.
Do you want to be able to react to short-term changes in use quickly and easily (longer than usual periods of absence, events, parties, etc.)? With the ise smart connect KNX Vaillant, the times and setpoint values for heating and hot water can be changed temporarily, or you can adapt ventilation control (especially through ventilation boost) to your current requirements.
In combination with the Vaillant multiMATIC 700 heating regulator, the ise smart connect KNX Vaillant and the ise eBUS adapter, you can now integrate the heating system, ventilation system and/or the yield and consumption values in building scenarios, visualisation and facility management systems.
Control of operation mode and temperature setpoint values for up to three heating zones Control of operation mode and temperature setpoint value for hot water supply Control of ventilation system operation mode System information like service mode, error messages, date and time, outside temperature, system status Yield values of solar systems and heat pumps Consumption values for hot water supply and heating (electricity, gas) only for systems with multiMATIC heating regulator for the latest version of ETS4 or ETS5
Two-way communication between the KNX and the world of Axis cameras.
30 binary Group Objects to trigger via the KNX an Event-Trigger on the Axis IP product 30 Group Objects (variable length) to send values from the Axis IP product to the KNX Control video recording Trigger to send a message defined in the camera (e-mail, TCP, HTTP, HTTPS) Using PTZ cameras, it is possible to navigate to predefined positions via KNX Reading and sending camera configuration properties to the KNX Sending a value to the KNX if the camera’s live stream is accessed Supervision of the camera device, e.g. overheating or interruption of the connection to the storage location for videos Third Party applications may send values to the KNX
From electric meter to heater: in a straight forward manner, Programmable brings together KNX and devices which were not compatible previously. The development of individual integration logic only takes a few days. There has never been a lower threshold into the world of building automation.
Third party devices can be easily and reliably connected with the KNX bus. On the KNX side, there are up to 64 communication objects available with bit width and data point types which can be configured individually.
The IP and the USB interface can be used to communicate with third-party systems. For the very first time, Programmable is an affordable alternative to high-cost device development. Not only is the low price of the device convincing – further development is also reasonable because C# and VB.Net is used to implement the application. This allows the easy use of wide-spread and free-of-charge programming tools.
Convenient and wireless access to a KNX installation from a PC or laptop. The device serves as an interface to KNX installations via radio, using the KNX RF standard. This enables the communication of KNX devices with PC tools. The interface structure corresponds to a common USB stick (USB 2.0 type A). The device does not feature any operating or display elements. A KNX RF/TP media coupler is required in the KNX system for communication with fixed-wired KNX TP components. Features • Supports the common EMI protocol (cEMI) • Supply of device via the PC’s USB interface • Connection of PC and KNX via KNX RF radio • Extensions via firmware updates • Address assignment, programming and troubleshooting of KNX devices via ETS from version 5 • Required standard Windows drivers are installed or activated automatically when device is inserted
Rated voltage: DC 5 V Frequency: 868,3 MHz Transmission power: max. 25 mW Transmission range in free field: 100 m (typical) USB connection: 2.0 Typ A KNX communication: RF1.R, S-Mode Ambient temperature: -10°C to +55°C Dimensions: approx. 21mm x 59mm x 7,5mm
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