Office Building Solution



— Device Configuration

— Specific functions for improving building performances

Once the devices have been installed and the bus connected, we must proceed to commissioning, which consists of two distinct phases:

• the network topology layer , in which the network addresses (or “physical addresses”) are assigned: basically, in this phase the overall architecture of the system is created. • the single node level , in which the configurations are made on the application of each single node and the group addresses are defined (“binding” between devices). The group addresses are the logical link that is established between two or more devices connected to the KNX network that enable the interaction mechanism between devices. Without this binding all devices receive all messages from the network but cannot distinguish if they are addressed to them. By guaranteeing the consistency of the protocol and the interoperability between devices, the KNX standard leaves manufacturers free to offer bus devices with different configuration modes in order to meet the different requirements that arise depending on the complexity of the project and the functionality to be implemented.

Open spaces • Constant lighting control according with the set point • Air quality control

• Temperature control • Occupancy detection • Automatic and manual control of blinds • Manual lighting control

Meeting Room • Room activation • Temperature control • Blackout control • Presence detection • Scenarios (e.g. projection) • Temperature dimming • Air quality control • Occupancy room status

Extra • Scenarios for special spaces (e.g. showrooms) • Parking status (free spaces) • Access control • Third party system integrations • E-mobility integration • Measurement and protection status detection

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