Technology of Choice Smart Home and Intelligent Building Control

Technology of Choice
Smart Home and
Intelligent Building Control
ABB i-bus® KNX
Contents
KNX and ABB i-bus® KNX
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What does KNX stand for?
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What does KNX do?
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ABB i-bus® KNX
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Energy efficiency with ABB i-bus® KNX
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How does ABB i-bus® KNX work?
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The elements of an “intelligent building control system”
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Concrete electrical planning
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ETS – The universal KNX software
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System integration
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Applications and functions
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Lighting
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Climate control
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Sun protection
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Security and Safety
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Energy management
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Automation
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Communication
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Operation
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Mastering the challenges
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ABB i-bus® KNX – The advantages are clear
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ABB i-bus® KNX – In use worldwide
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Further information and service
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Intelligent Building Control
for consultants, system integrators and electrical installers
Benefits for professionals:
Benefits for customers:
Efficient planning
Comfortable to operate
Economic installation
Comprehensive functionality
Fast integration
Quick to change and expand
Simple to commission
Energy saving
Flexible expansion
Future-proof investment
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KNX and ABB i-bus® KNX
Intelligent Building Control
In many areas of our private and working lifes, the increasing level of automation is a trend that confronts us on
a daily basis without actually being noticed.
Automation in buildings aims to combine individual room
functions with one another and to simplify the implementation
of individual customer preferences.
KNX is the logical development for implementing traditional
and new requirements in electrical building installations and
thus replacing conventional installation techniques.
The intelligent installation bus system efficiently performs the
conventional functions and offers an additional broad range
of expanded features, which could not be realized without
a bus system.
ABB offers consultants, system integrators and electrical
installers a comprehensive product range with ABB i-bus® KNX,
in order to meet the challenges posed to electrical building
installations both today and in the future.
The conventional solution: Many separate cables,
separate functionality, little flexibility
The intelligent solution: KNX – a system, a standard,
many interoperable functions for maximum flexibility
Actuators
(command recipients)
230 V
KNX
bus
Sensors
(issue commands)
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What does KNX stand for?
KNX – The standard
The KNX system is the leading intelligent control system
for buildings world-wide.
– Just one common software tool is required for planning,
engineering and commissioning of all KNX installations.
KNX resulted from the merger of major bus systems, including
the well-known EIB (European Installation Bus) that has been
successfully on the market since 1992.
– Both the manufacturers and the KNX Association support
professionals during planning, commissioning and
maintenance world-wide.
What does KNX stand for?
– KNX is the first globally standardized system for the automation of residential and non-residential buildings in accordance with the international standard (ISO/IEC 14543-3),
the European standard (CENELEC EN 50090,
CEN EN 13321-1 and 13321-2), the Chinese standard
(GB/Z 20965) and the US standard (ANSI/ASHRAE 135).
– Comprehensive training opportunities are available for
beginners and experienced users in certified training
centres.
– KNX has established a clearly defined system platform
where the KNX products of different manufacturers can
be operated with one another.
– Both the data protocol and the devices are certified compliant to the KNX standard.
– More than 170 internationally certified manufacturers are
members of the KNX association.
– More than 22,000 qualified KNX partners plan, install and
integrate KNX systems worldwide.
– Thousands of buildings, ranging from private houses to
airport complexes around the world, are equipped with
more than 10 million KNX products.
– KNX thus guarantees the networkability, interoperability,
is both upward and downward compatible and
thus future-proof.
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What does KNX do?
Application
The use of new materials and the application of renewable
energies are considered as the most significant innovations in the building industry over the last few years.
The growing desire for comfort and functionality simultaneously with the limited availability of resources and
increasing energy costs provide the basis for intelligent
building control in modern constructions.
Applications:
KNX interconnects all the components in the electrical
installation to form a networked system and thus guarantees the transparency and utilization of information across
the installation. In this system, all users “communicate” via
a single bus cable. Thus it is possible to integrate all the
different fuctional subsystems within the building into a
seamless solution.
– Security
KNX bus systems can be used both in residential and
non-residential buildings.
– Communication
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– Lighting
– Climate control
– Sun protection
– Energy management
– Operation
– Automation
ABB i-bus® KNX
What links ABB and KNX?
ABB is represented in over 100 countries with more than
100,000 employees. Our company benefits from over
25 years of experience in intelligent building control
systems.
ABB plays a leading role in the KNX Association.
ABB i-bus® KNX conforms to the international KNX standards
and thus belongs to the leading technology worldwide for
intelligent building control.
ABB develops, produces and sells a complete range
of innovative products for building installation.
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Energy efficiency with ABB i-bus® KNX
Energy savings in the double-figure % range
Climate change and growing shortages of resources are
the big challenges of our time. Efficient and sustainable
energy usage is therefore an urgent necessity.
Scientific studies and measured values in practice show a high
energy saving potential when bus technology is used in room
and building automation.
The ABB i-bus® KNX intelligent building control system provides its customers with a broad range of options for optimum
energy efficiency. On the basis of the KNX standard, energy in
the double-figure % range can be saved.
Around the world new legislation is promoting the use of
energy efficient technologies. In Europe, for example, the criteria
for energy efficiency in buildings is detailed in the European
Standard EN 15232; the allocation into energy efficiency
classes A to D serves as the basis for the evaluation.
The following diagram shows the differences in energy consumption
for three building types in the energy efficiency classes A, B and D
relative to the basis values in class C. For example, by using class A,
30% of the thermal energy can be saved in offices.
Building Automation and Control (BAC) efficiency classes to EN 15232
Efficiency factor
Efficiency factor
for electric energy
for thermal energy
A
High efficiency BACS* and TBM**
B
Advanced BACS and TBM
C
Standard BACS
D
Non energy efficient BACS
* BACS: Building automation and control system
** TBM:
Technical building management
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Office
School
Hotel
Office
School
Hotel
0.70
0.80
0.68
0.87
0.86
0.90
0.80
0.88
0.85
0.93
0.93
0.95
1
1
1
1
1
1
1.51
1.20
1.31
1.10
1.07
1.07
Potential savings according to scientific studies:
In principle, optimization of the energy consumption
in buildings means
Room heating control:
– Energy is only consumed when it is actually needed
(for example through the usage of presence detectors)
– Only the amount of energy actually required is used
(for example through the use of constant lighting control)
– The energy used is employed at the highest possible degree
of efficiency (for example through the use of electronic
ballasts)
about 14 to 25 %
Heating automation:
about 7 to 17 %
Shutter control:
about 9 to 32 %
Lighting control:
about 25 to 58 %
Air-conditioning control:
about 20 to 45 %
In total, the average energy savings that result through
optimization with KNX lie in the range of 11 to 31%.
Using the versitile functionality that intelligent building control
offers real energy savings can be made. ABB i-bus® KNX is
making a significant contribution to global climate protection
and at the same time reducing operating costs in today’s
buildings.
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How does ABB i-bus® KNX work?
Intelligent building control in detail
Within the KNX bus system, all sensors (e.g. buttons or
motion detectors) are interconnected to the actuators
(e.g. dimming actuators, roller shutter actuators) via a data
cable as opposed to directly wired switches and consumers
(conventional installation). The actuators control the power
circuit to the consumer.
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Communication for all devices is implemented using data
telegrams on the same bus cable. The sensors send
commands, actuators “listen in” and execute a defined
function as soon as they are addressed.
A broad range of functions can be parameterized with
ABB i-bus® KNX, such as group commands, logical
sequences, control and regulation tasks.
230 V
Mains Supply
ETHERNET
Visualization and
Programming
IP Router
Voltage
Supply
KNXnet/IP
OPC
Remote access
Interfacing to
other systems
KNX Main Line
Line
Voltage
Supply
Switch/Dim Actuator
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Line
Coupler
Busch-ComfortPanel®
16 : 9 -Touch display
Room
Thermostat
Motion
Detector
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Up to 64 devices can be
connected to a line.
Lines can be extended
up to 255 devices by using
repeaters. Up to 15 lines
can be compiled to an area
or a main line.
Up to 15 areas are possible.
Control with
IR Interface
Switch Actuator
Universal Interface
Radio Time Switch
Shutter Actuator
Analog Input
SMI Actuator
Binary Input
Fan Coil Actuator
Weather Station
Weather Sensor
DALI Gateway
Zone Terminal (Fire, Water, Intrusion)
DALI
12 V
A C T U AT O R S
SENSORS
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The elements of the “intelligent building control system”
Management, structure and topology
The communication medium – the KNX cable
In simple terms, the KNX bus consists of a pair of twisted-pair
wires (cable type, e.g. YCYM 2 x 2 x 0.8 or
J-H(ST) H 2 x 2 x 0.8 halogen-free) that connect the KNX
devices. Over this cable, data telegrams are transmitted, and
the electronics of the bus devices are supplied with energy.
The KNX system can also be extended over IP-Networks and
using RF solutions.
The KNX topology
The KNX topology is arranged in lines that can be interconnected via couplers depending on the size of the network.
The devices in the respective lines (sensors and actuators) are
supplied with energy by a power supply (30 V) whereby
the entire KNX bus system can be configured with more than
50.000 bus devices.
The KNX structure
The KNX structure created is very flexible in its design due to
the possible connection of the devices: linear, tree and star
wiring configurations are allowed.
Schematic representation of the KNX bus
Line
wiring
Copy Room
Office
Office
KNX bus
Power Supply/
Line Coupler
Office
Office
Corridor
Tree
wiring
Office
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Office
Star
wiring
Office
Office
Office
Concrete electrical planning
The system
The KNX system is characterized by a high level of
planning security. Products can be selected from different
manufacturers in accordance with the KNX standard.
The functionality of the systems is parameterized
via software.
Furthermore, applications from a diverse range of building
functions can be interconnected. Modifications made in the
course of a project as well as expansions can be added without the necessity to completely plan and recable the installation anew. Modifications to existing systems can be undertaken even after years, as the KNX system guarantees the
combination of existing and future devices.
The realization of “simple” electrical installations right up to
complex building automation functions is possible with the
KNX standard.
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ETS – The universal KNX software
Parameterization and commissioning
The manufacturer-independent software tool ETS
(Engineering Tool Software), which features user-friendly
menu guidance, is used for practice-oriented planning,
commissioning and maintenance of KNX installations.
Electrical professionals can simply select products from
a database by drag-and-drop, set the parameters and interconnect sensors and actuators with one another.
After a KNX installation has been successfully commissioned,
the ETS software tool assists in the creation of the project
documentation. The ETS runs under the current versions of
Microsoft Windows®. ABB offers comprehensive training
programs for the parameterisation and commissioning of the
ABB i-bus® KNX system.
ETS program interface
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System integration
What does system integration mean?
During system integration, all the requirements of the
investor or building owner are implemented using KNX
devices and the respective product software.
1. Planning
During planning, the preliminary requirements of the building
owner are incorporated into the concept and are summarized
in the functional description.
2. Engineering
The most suitable components and software applications are
selected. The planning of the bus topology is realized during
the engineering phase. The system devices required for
implementing the KNX network are defined. The project
engineering using the ETS on the basis of the functional
description also takes place in this phase.
3. Commissioning
During the commissioning phase, the KNX devices are installed
and programmed.
The ETS project that has already been created is downloaded
into the devices using the ETS software.
4. Handover
During the handover phase, the programmed functions are
checked for compliance to the requirements in the functional
description. In this way, the correct function of the installation
can be determined and documented.
5. Documentation
The customer receives the project documentation
(schematics, function description and ETS project data)
after the handover.
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3
4
5
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All applications integrated in the KNX technology
Functions in detail
ABB i-bus® KNX is used on a daily basis by consultants,
system integrators and electrical installers world-wide.
Satisfied customers in their thousands enjoy the functional
benefits that are provided by the implementation of
KNX technology.
Lighting
Lighting control and regulation
Climate control
Heating, air-conditioning systems and ventilation
Sun protection
Blind and roller shutter control
Security and Safety
Security and surveillance
Energy management
Energy and consumption management
Automation
Central automation and remote control technology
Communication
Remote access and communication gateways
Operation
Display, operation, monitoring
ABB i-bus® KNX: the integration of all functions
Lighting
Comfortable
operation
Automation
Energy
management
Sun
protection
Heating
Ventilation
Air-conditioning
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KNX bus
Security
Office
Communication
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Lighting
Lighting control and regulation
ABB i-bus® KNX ensures optimum lighting of industrial
and office buildings as well as private dwellings.
The lighting requirement is monitored and controlled.
In addition, subsystems (such as for example 1 – 10 V
lighting control, DALI) and their interfaces are supported.
ABB i-bus ® KNX is used in the following applications:
– Switching
– Dimming
– Constant lighting control
– Automatic lighting
– Lighting scenes
– 1 – 10 V control
– DALI control (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface)
– RGB control (colour light control red-green-blue)
I
2 Light sensor
I
3 Lights
I
4 Touch display
Lighting control
KNX bus
1 Presence detector
1
2
Lighting
3
EVG
1 – 10 V
4
Light
Light Sensor
LF/U
EVG
1 – 10 V
Controller
LR/S
Presence
Detector
PM/A
Light
Operation/Visualisation
via touch display
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Climate control
Heating, air-conditioning and ventilation
ABB i-bus® KNX intelligent building control integrates the
heating, air-conditioning and ventilation to a coherent and
efficient climate control. Measured temperature
values in the rooms are recorded and supplied to the
heating and climate control to generate the optimum
temperature and air quality.
ABB i-bus ® KNX is used in the following applications:
– Individual room temperature control
– Climate control
– Ventilation
– Fan-coil control
– Window monitoring
1 Fan Coil Unit I 2 Window contact I 3 Valve drive
Climate control
KNX bus
4 Radiator I 5 Room thermostat
1
Fan Coil Actuator
FCA/S
Window
Contact
2
Fan Coil Unit
5
3
Radiator
Valve
drive
4
Manual operation via
room thermostat
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Sun protection
Roller shutter, window and blind control
Sensor controlled roller shutters, windows and blinds with
sun position controlled louvres allow for optimal lighting
conditions and contribute to an improved climate control
in the room.
ABB i-bus® KNX is used in the following applications:
– Roller shutter and window control
– Blind control with louver adjustment
– Sun shading control
– Curtain and roller blind control
– SMI interfaces (Standard Motor Interface)
I
2 Blind
I
Blind control with blind control module
3 Manual blind control
KNX bus
1 Presence detector
1
2
Presence
detector
PM/A
3
Weather
Shutter
Shutter
Station
Actuator
Control Module
WS/S
JA/S
JSB/S
Sensor
Blinds
Motor
Blinds
Motor
Blind
Blind
Manual
blind operation
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Security and Safety
Building surveillance and personal protection
The combination of ABB security technology components
(e.g. smoke detectors, window contacts) and the
ABB i-bus ® KNX devices (Security Terminals and Security
Module) provide optimum building monitoring and warning against unauthorized entry. Furthermore, emergency
call stations allow immediate notification if help is required. Technical detection alarms (water, smoke, gas)
can also be integrated.
Furthermore, the entire ABB security technology can be integrated into to the ABB i-bus® KNX system. Extended functions
are realised in this way and serve the room comfort as well as
the safety and security of people and the buildings they are in.
ABB i-bus ® KNX is used in the following applications:
– Personal and building protection
– Door and window monitoring
– Fire and smoke alarms
– Signalling of danger and unauthorized entry
– Technical alarms
– Emergency signals
– Occupancy simulation
– Panic lighting
I
Building surveillance
3 Window contacts
Telephone
Gateway
TG/S
Silent
Alarm
1
Monitoring
Units
EUB/S
SMB/S
2
3
3
Security
Terminal
MT/S
Security
Module
SCM/S
Smoke
detector
Security
lock
Window
contacts
Motion
detector
KNX bus
1 Smoke detector I 2 Motion detector
4 Touch display I 5 Security lock
Switch
Actuator
SA/S
Siren
4
5
Operation/visualization
via touch display
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Energy management
Consumption metering and control
ABB i-bus® KNX is designed to reduce building operating
costs and to employ the required energy according to
demand and as economically as possible. The diverse
control and interface solutions of the ABB i-bus® KNX
intelligent building control system are particularly suited to
this task.
ABB i-bus ® KNX is used in the following applications:
– Recording of consumption and metering functions
– Demand controlled lighting
Scene control
Presence detection
Lighting regulation
– Energy-saving climate control
Room temperature monitoring
Control for heating and ventilation valves
Interfaces to air-conditioning controls
I 2 Energy consumption meter with meter interface
I 4 Water meter
Functional principle of consumption monitoring
KNX bus
ETHERNET
1 Visualization
3 Binary input
Visualization
IPRouter
IPR/S
3
1
Energy
Meter
consumption
Interface
Input
meter
ZS/S
BE/S
230 V
4
2
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Binary
e.g.
Water
meter
Automation
Central access features
Central access features are a necessary part of purposebuilt buildings due to the diverse control tasks as well
as regular maintenance that is carried out. It is useful to
centrally manage consumers and operating functions and
flexibly adapt the building utilization. Consumption data
can be read out for billing and documentation purposes.
ABB i-bus ® KNX is used in the following applications:
– Central automation
– Building management
– Remote control systems and maintenance
– Operating data logging
– Data recording
– Logic and timer functions
– Fault processing
– Monitoring and security
– Interface solutions
IP Router
KNX bus
Functional principle of central automation
ETHERNET
Central data acquisition and control
IPR/S
Copy Room
Office
Office
Office
Office
Logic
Corridor
Office
Office
Application
Unit
ABL/S
Office
Operating time
of lamps/ log
Data
Logging
Unit
BDB/S
Time
Application
Unit
ABZ/S
Fault
signal
Fault
Unit
SMB/S
Binary
Fault
signal
Input
BE/S
Monitoring
Units
EUB/S
SMB/S
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Communication
Remote access and communication gateways
The ABB i-bus® KNX provides interfaces to higher and
lower level systems and thus enables remote maintenance
and operation via gateways and routers.
ABB i-bus ® KNX is used in the following applications:
– IP interconnection
– Connection via telephone gateways
– Control via remote desktops
– Infra-red remote control
– Implementation of scene functions
– Audio / video functions
– Interfaces to the OPC servers
Functional principle of a communication interface
KNX bus
Remote access via several communication gateways
Internet
IP Router
IPR/S
Switch
Actuator
SA/S
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Binary Input
BE/S
Weather
Sensor
WZ/S
Energy meter
with interface
ZS/S
Operation
Visualization, display and signalling
Clear representation of the control processes in a building is a prerequisite for comfortable and safe operation.
States are visualized with the versatile control, signalling
and operating devices. User entries are made using
buttons, on the touch panel or on a computer.
ABB i-bus ® KNX is used in the following applications:
– Display
– Visualization
– Operation
– Signalling
– Reporting
Additionally, audio and video data can be played on the
display, or camera images can be shown, e.g. of the door
intercom system.
Busch-ComfortPanel®
Visualization
MultimediaServer
KNX bus
Functional principle of operation and visualization
ETHERNET
Comfortable room operation
Camera
BuschComfortPanel®
Universal
Interface
US/U
Binary
Input
BE/S
Conventional
Switch
Conventional
Switch
KNXSensors
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Mastering the challenges
The advantages are clear
During the implementation of a project, many challenges confront the consultants,
system integrators and electrical installers that they are required to master.
ABB i-bus® KNX supports you in the process.
Situation – Case study 1:
“Modifications to the schematic after wiring of the building
has already commenced”
Conventional planning and electrical installation: Installation draft concepts need to be modified or even recreated from
scratch should modifications not fit into the existing concept.
Wiring work that has already commenced must be modified
or may even need to be rewired. The more advanced the
progress of the installation work, the more difficult it is to
accommodate further devices in the concept. The effort and
expense involved in the integration of conventional switching
and control elements is usually very comprehensive.
KNX planning and electrical installation: Functional modifications or additional devices are added to the existing system.
Depending on the requirements, the additional work may simply
be limited to a parameter change in the ETS project or supplementary connections within the distribution board. In any case
the clear installation structure of the wiring for bus and load
connections simplify modifications.
Advantage: flexibility in the face of changing requirements.
Situation – Case study 2:
“Exchanging a device after the electrical installation has
been completed”
Non-standardized systems: The exchange of proprietary
system devices is sometimes very difficult, as the design,
functionality, connection assignment as well as the data
protocols have different configurations and are non-compatible
with products from other manufacturers. Furthermore,
the availability of these devices cannot always be guaranteed.
KNX devices: Replacement of the devices with new devices or
devices from other manufacturers is easy because of the
functional compatibility and the common programming.
Advantage: independence through an open and
standardized system.
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Situation – Case study 3:
“Different systems are required to implement the building
operators’ requirements”
Conventional control: Parallel control systems are operated
and monitored separately, leading to increased effort and
expense for the overall solution. For example, in many cases
security systems cannot communicate with lighting controls or
be connected to the IP environment at a higher level.
KNX technology: Sub systems can be interconnected and
integrated. Examples include lighting controls (e.g. DALI)
that can be connected to KNX via so-called gateways, which
means that monitoring and control can be undertaken on
a common control bus. Interfaces to security systems or
Ethernet are also supported by KNX.
Advantage: A complete system solution through the integration of further subsystems.
Situation – Case study 4:
“Modification requests are expressed after commissioning”
Conventional technology: Implementation of modification
requests is generally only possible with considerable installation
effort and expense. The same applies for possible wiring faults.
Time-consuming tests have to be undertaken to determine the
cause. In most cases additional wiring or corrective measures
are necessary.
KNX system: If a request for modifications is made, they can
frequently be implemented through simple reprogramming.
Should malfunctions occur; the electrician can quickly and
easily determine the cause with the assistance of the
ETS software and remedy it immediately.
Advantage: Quick and simple to adapt.
Situation – Case study 5:
“The ratio of benefits and costs must be proportionate”
Conventional installation: The installation of comparative
conventional solutions is more time-consuming and wiringintensive. The functionality is limited and final.
KNX installation: The investment required for a KNX solution
is higher than the costs of a standard installation using
conventional technology. However, because of the intelligent
KNX concept more functions can be realized in a shorter time.
Advantage: More comfort through more functionality and
ultimately less installation effort.
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ABB i-bus® KNX
The advantages are clear
– ABB i-bus® KNX offers a comprehensive product range
for implementation of your projects.
– ABB i-bus® KNX enables time-saving planning, installation
and wiring as well as simple and fast parameterisation with
subsequent commissioning.
– ABB i-bus® KNX devices are upward and downward compatible and comply with the KNX standard. ABB i-bus® KNX
installations are almost limitlessly expandable, always
re-adaptable and thus future-proof.
– ABB i-bus® KNX allows the integration of new functions at
any time. Furthermore, quick and flexible reaction to the
changing demands is possible during the service life of the
installation.
– Energy efficiency through intelligent automation; for example,
lighting control and air-conditioning is simple to realize with
ABB i-bus® KNX. It saves energy costs thus making a contribution to the reduction of our carbon footprint.
– ABB i-bus® KNX provides simple and comfortable operation
as well as management and monitoring – the basis for
reduced operating costs, efficient facility management as
well as optimum building management.
– ABB i-bus® KNX offers a high level of operating comfort and
increases the value of the building for the owner.
– ABB i-bus® KNX increases the security for people and
the building thus protecting the whole investment.
– ABB supports you in the selection of the most suitable
products, offers a comprehensive training program and
provides support for technical questions during installation
and commissioning.
ABB i-bus® KNX – The bus technology for today and
the future
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ABB i-bus® KNX – In use worldwide
Extract from our references
Pudong International Airport
Shanghai, China
School complex
Neufahrn, Germany
Le Reve Tower, Apartments
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Office building IO – 1
Warsaw, Poland
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Further information and service
about the ABB i-bus® KNX
Comprehensive information material for your projects
with ABB i-bus ® KNX is available:
– Catalogues
– Brochures
– Newsletters
– References
– Application manuals
– Data sheets
We also offer a qualified training program.
Further information can be found at:
http://www.abb.com/knx
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ABB STOTZ-KONTAKT GmbH
Eppelheimer Straße 82
69123 Heidelberg, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 6221 701-607
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