KNX is at the forefront of integrated building controls, bringing different manufacturers’ products together on one bus network. These are completely interoperable with each other and the traditional approach of considering every single control application as a standalone system can now be reconsidered.

Find out more about specific applications here:

KNX for Lighting Control

KNX for Blind Control

KNX for Smart Home Applications

KNX for HVAC and Single Room Control

KNX for Energy and Smart Metering

 

KNX can be designed building wide as the underlying bus technology for many control applications such as lighting control, façade control, underfloor heating, radiator zone control and many more - all operating together on the same bus network.

So when we refer to integration,we mean not only that KNX is fully interoperable between manufacturers and their associated products, but also that KNX is at the heart of the building-wide integration of control applications.

When this form of integrated control is implemented across a large site you can really see how major savings can be made over and above the traditional approach, while still maintaining a solid robust system.

Advantages of Integration with KNX:

• Reduced site installation
• Less cabling, containment and wastage
• Efficient installation - one contractor – one system
• Increased levels of control and functionality
• Increased energy efficiency – more sustainable
• Improved environmental comfort
• Enhanced user experience
• Reduced number of devices on the wall
• Wider range of products to select from
• Not locked into any one company or manufacturer
• Data can be passed from one application to another
• Applications can share devices
• Standard commissioning procedures
• Open protocol – end client has full access
• Flexible and fully upgradeable
• Forwards compatibility
• Reduced maintenance