KNX is a standardized (EN 50090, ISO/IEC 14543), OSI-based network communications protocol for intelligent buildings. KNX is the successor to, and convergence of, three previous standards: the European Home Systems Protocol (EHS), BatiBUS, and the European Installation Bus (EIB or Instabus). The KNX standard is administered by the KNX Association

One of the strengths of the KNX system, is that any product labeled with the KNX trademark is not a mere declaration of the manufacturer but is based on conformity testing carried out by KNX accredited third party test labs. During these tests, it is not only checked that the device supports the KNX protocol but that its useful data is coded according to the KNX standardized Data types.

This results in devices of different manufacturers and different applications that can be combined to a working installation.

The KNX Association member companies have more than 7000 KNX certified product in their catalogues. This wide range of products allow, for example, the integration of:

·Lighting control

·Heating/ventilation & Air Conditioning control

·Shutter/Blind & shading control

·Alarm monitoring

·Energy management & Electricity/Gas/Water metering

·Audio & video distribution

On top of that you can enable access to the system via LAN, analog or mobile phone networks for having a central or distributed control of the system via PCs, Touch screens and Smart phones.



EIB Shielded Bus Cable which meets the requirements of the "European Installation Bus" standard. It is widely used in Building System Technology to control Lighting, Ventilation, Heating, Air-conditioning, Blinds, Time Management, Energy Management and locking System. The cable also powers the sensors used.