Press release: flexible bridge between KNX and EnOcean
Burgkirchen / Oberhaching (Munich), March 13th, 2013 - The Gateways KNX ENO 630, 632 and 634 by Weinzierl form a new platform which simply integrates the sensors and actuators based on the batteryless EnOcean radio technology into KNX networks. Now it is possible to control EnOcean-based actuators from KNX. The bidirectional link between the two technologie allows system designers toimplement highly flexible building automation systems. Weinzierl shows the new generation of gateways at the ISH 2013 (March 12 to 16, Frankfurt am Main) in Hall 10.3, Stand D67.
KNX and EnOcean are two established standards in building automation, which offer different advantages in installation, function and operation. The KNX ENO 63x gateways by Weinzierl bring together the advantages of both communication standards and open system designers new ways of intelligent networking and control. Self-powered wireless technology allows energy-independent automation solutions that work without batteries. After the so-called energy harvesting principle of the radio modules obtain their energy by means of miniaturized energy converters from motion, light or temperature differences. Products that incorporate this technology can be very flexible in optimal measurement points place and are maintenance free.