WAGO KNX IP

KNX continues to be one of the popular building automation systems of recent times. KNX can be a highly efficient investment if the integration is done correctly. KNX is an indispensable element of indoor communication with its ethernet speed and data carrying capacity. Therefore, WAGO develops KNX IP controllers and enables these controllers to be active in both the KNX and Ethernet world.

WAGO KNX IP CONTROLLERS CAN BE CONNECTED ONLY TO KNX DEVICES AND ALL OTHER STANDARD FIELD DEVICES.

In addition, sensors, actuators, sub-bus structures in the field, which are DALI or EnOcean, are examples and can be fully integrated with KNX. It is also possible to connect and control KNX products to the BACnet or Ethernet controller with the KNX TP1 module. The KNX IP controller is fully controllable and programmable with the KNX TP1 WAGO module. Therefore, you will connect the KNX world to the ethernet world and make it open to remote service and updating.

WAGO KNX IP

The KNX IP controller is fully controllable and programmable with the KNX TP1 WAGO module.

With the standard programming tool ETS 3/4, group addresses can be assigned and work fully compatible with the WAGO KNX controller. The WAGO plug-in has been specially developed to work fully integrated with ETS 3/4.

WAGO KNX IP

KNX components can be fully integrated into the WAGO PLC. It offers the advantage of using special input / output, analog modules and special bus modules under KNX that cannot be found in standard KNX products. Furthermore, it ensures the control and monitoring of KNX products through BACnet, which is the high-level control structure; KNX -BACnet integration is one of the most important problems in the field.

KNX IP Controller

It solves many applications with KNX / TP-1 module.

It can be used with other 750/753 Series modules.

KNX TP1 Module

It enables the integration of devices located on the KNX TP1 line under any WAGO-I / O-SYSTEM.

It is compatible with all WAGO PLCs.

KNX IP Router

KNX IP controller + KNX TP1 module.

It outputs to the IP line to monitor and control the TP1 network.

 

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