KNX HVAC Module belongs to HDL KNX/EIB series, and it supports control of heating, cooling, high/medium/low fan speed. 7 independent floor heating control channels can be set. In conjunction with digital temperature sensor, the actuator achieves precise temperature control. In addition, 5 switch output channels and 2 DC0-10V output channels can be set for staircase lights and other requirements.
KNX Infrared Emitter is one of HDL KNX/EIB series products. The module can store up to 960 infrared codes. The first 150 infrared codes are used for general control, for example TV, DVD and other infrared receiving devices, and the latter 810 infrared codes are used for controlling AC of any brand.
KNX Line Coupler can be used as a line coupler or repeater (for address extension), which can be connected to a main line and a sub line when the device works as a line coupler. A separate power supply including a chock is required for each new line segment and each line will be electrically isolated. Through the line coupler, packet filtering can be carried out between the two lines, reducing the amount of telegrams, preventing interference, and maintaining efficient communication.
With 4 independent channels and real-time clock, KNX Master/Slave Timer Controller is capable of running standard time as the master clock or slave clock. The master clock sends the clock information cyclically to KNX/EIB bus to control the schedule, while the slave clock achieves synchronization after receiving the master clock information and also realizes the control of schedule.
KNX Mini Ultrasonic Sensor contains four independent logic blocks and one combined logic block. The logic inputs include ultrasonic sensor status, brightness value, temperature and external telegrams. Depending on the user’s needs, the sensor can be set to either master-slave mode or single mode, etc.
KNX Panel Power Interface EU/US (with External Power Supply) has 2 power interfaces. The KNX bus power interface is a standard KNX communication interface; the auxiliary power interface is connected to an external power supply to provide an auxiliary power input for the matching panel.