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15907 5117 KNX USB Interface 311 REG, 1U SYSTEM DEVICES

KNX interfaz USB - 1 HP (18 mm)

This interface is for establish a bidirectional connection between a PC and the KNX installation bus. The USB connector has a galvanic separation from the KNX bus. Both ETS (Engineering Tool Software) versions ETS3 or later and some visualization tools support this interface.

 

15907
5117 KNX USB INTERFACE 311 REG, 1U SYSTEM DEVICES
9167 KNX IP Interface 740 KNX IP Interface 740 wireless GATEWAYS
Interface between WLAN and the KNX/EIB bus KNXnet/IP Tunnelling The KNX IP Interface 740 wireless is a WLAN interface to the KNX/EIB bus. It can be used instead of a USB or wire-bound IP interface, e.g. for the ETS3. Utilising the wireless technology the installer can now move unhindered throughout the building. The KNX IP Interface 740 wireless contains an integrated Access Point which provides the direct connection to the device via a WLAN network. It has an external 9V power supply.
9167
KNX IP INTERFACE 740 KNX IP INTERFACE 740 WIRELESS GATEWAYS
12718 KNX Serial BAOS 870 KNX BAOS Serial Interface 870 (RS232) SYSTEM DEVICES

The KNX Serial Interface BAOS 870 serves as a simple integration solution for non-KNX devices. Designed as a RS-232 interface, the KNX Serial BAOS 870 uses the proven FT1.2 protocol (PEI 10) as message format and can thus be used as a programming interface for the ETS. Moreover, the device supports the BAOS protocol for accessing data points. This allows non-KNX devices to be fully integrated into a KNX network via a RS-232 link. For a quick start, a demonstration tool as well as an ETS entry with 250 group objects are available. Furthermore, individual ETS representations for OEM versions can be created.

12718
KNX SERIAL BAOS 870 KNX BAOS SERIAL INTERFACE 870 (RS232) SYSTEM DEVICES
17634 5242 KNX IP Interface 731 (5 tunneling connections) No additional power needed SYSTEM DEVICES

The KNX IP Interface 731 is the successor of the well-tried KNX IP Interface 730. The new compact design has a width of only 1 module (18 mm) and is powered by the KNX bus.

The device is an interface between IP and KNX and can be used as programming interface for ETS® Software. You can access the KNX Bus from every point of your LAN. Furthermore, the KNX IP Interface 731 allows you to program the KNX bus over the Internet. The buttons and LEDs on the device allow a local diagnosis including the operating status and communication errors.
 
Specifications:

· Interface between LAN and KNX bus

· KNXnet/IP Tunneling, 5 connections

· Bus powered

· Housing: Plastic

· Size: DIN rail mounted device, 1 unit, 18 mm

· Connectors: KNX, LAN RJ-45

- Power from KNX Bus

17634
5242 KNX IP INTERFACE 731 (5 TUNNELING CONNECTIONS) NO ADDITIONAL POWER NEEDED SYSTEM DEVICES
11344 KNX_USB_Interface_330_Stick_Set KNX USB Interface 330 Stick Set in Case SYSTEM DEVICES

This interface is for establish a bidirectional connection between a PC and the KNX installation bus. The USB connector has a galvanic separation from the KNX bus. Both ETS (Engineering Tool Software) versions ETS3 or later and some Visualization tools support this interface.

Set in case. (Bus connecting wire, clamps etc.)

11344
KNX_USB_INTERFACE_330_STICK_SET KNX USB INTERFACE 330 STICK SET IN CASE SYSTEM DEVICES
11924 KNX RF/TP Gateway 670 Bidirectional Gateway between KNX RF (868.3 MHz) and KNX BUS (TP) RF

Bidirectional Gateway between KNX RF and KNX Bus (TP).

Application area

The KNX RF/TP Coupler 670 connects wireless KNX devices (KNX RF) with the KNX Bus (KNX TP). The communication is bidirectional, enabling status feedback. Therefore wired actuators can be controlled by wireless switches as well as wireless actuators can be controlled by wired push buttons. In addition, the coupler can act as RF retransmitter.

The KNX RF/TP Coupler 670 has 24 channels that can each be assigned one of the following functions:

  • As a receiver (actuator):
    - Switching
    - Dimming
    - Blinds
    - LED display
    - Temperatur sensor
  • As a transmitter (sensor):
    - Switching
    - Switching with scene
    - Dimming with scene
    - Blinds with scene
    - LED display
11924
KNX RF/TP GATEWAY 670 BIDIRECTIONAL GATEWAY BETWEEN KNX RF (868.3 MHZ) AND KNX BUS (TP) RF
11932 KNX ENO 634 Bidirectional Gateway between EnOcean and EIB/KNX Bus, 32 channels GATEWAYS

The unit KNX ENO 634 serves as a bidirectional gateway between EnOcean radio devices and the KNX/EIB bus. With this device, commands and measured values of EnOcean wireless sensors can be transferred to the KNX bus, for example, to control KNX actuators. Also EnOcean wireless actuators can be controlled via KNX.

For EnOcean sensors the device is based on the so-called EnOcean Equipment Profiles (EEP). The implemented profiles mostly are specified in the data sheets of the sensors. For the control of EnOcean actuators corresponding EEPs are emulated.

This means, the gateway sends radio telegrams such as a push button or a window contact. In addition the gateway supports logical and control functions and has a radio repeater included. The KNX ENO 634 is organized in 32 channels. Each channel can be assigned to one of the following functions:

    Link to sensors:

  • Switching and contact functions
    - Switching
    - Dimming
    - Shutter up/down
    - Scene
    - Window contacts
    - Window handles
    - access cards switches
    - push button switches
  • Temperature sensors
  • Humidity sensors
  • Light sensors
  • Presence sensors
  • Gas sensors
  • Room control devices
  • Automated counter devices
  • Environmental sensors (weather station)
  • Digital inputs

    Link to actuators:

  • Relay
  • Dimmer
  • Shutter
  • HVAC actuators (valves)

    Control / logic:

  • Timer
    - Delay
    - Tracking circuit
  • Control
    - Two point controller (byte and float)
    - Continuous regulator
    - Heat demand requirements
    - Lighting control
  • Logical functions
    - Gates (e.g. AND, OR, XOR)
    - Toggle
  • Other
    - Trigger
    - Encoder
    - Watchdog

The configuration of the device and the channels is done using the ETS software via the KNX bus. For the teach-in of the wireless components the keys and the display in the device are used.

Mounting and connection

The mounting can be done on a wall surface (e.g. brick-work or wood). The mounting holes match for a 55 mm flush-mounted box. The power supply of the device is realized via the bus.

Repeater function

The repeater function is used for extend distances between sensors and actuators. The KNX ENO 634 is a so-called level-1 radio repeater.

Bus monitor function

The integrated bus monitor function is used for sys-tem diagnostics directly on the device. The device can display both EnOcean telegram as well as KNX telegrams.

11932
KNX ENO 634 BIDIRECTIONAL GATEWAY BETWEEN ENOCEAN AND EIB/KNX BUS, 32 CHANNELS GATEWAYS
16373 KNX ENO 630 Gateway KNX-EnOcean 630 (16-channel AP) GATEWAYS

The unit KNX ENO 630 serves as a unidirectional gateway between EnOcean radio devices and the KNX/EIB bus. With this device, commands and measured values of EnOcean wireless sensors can be transferred to the KNX bus, for example, to control KNX actuators.

For EnOcean sensors the device is based on the so-called EnOcean Equipment Profiles (EEP). The implemented profiles mostly are specified in the data sheets of the sensors. For the control of EnOcean actuators corresponding EEPs are emulated.

This means, the gateway sends radio telegrams such as a push button or a window contact. In addition the gateway supports logical and control functions and has a radio repeater included. The KNX ENO 630 is organized in 16 channels. Each channel can be assigned to one of the following functions:

Link from EnOcean sensor to KNX:
Switching and contact functions
Switching
Dimming
Shutter up/down
Scene
Window contacts
Window handles
Key cards switches
Ressure switches
Temperature sensors
Humidity sensors
Light sensors
Presence sensors
Gas sensors
Room control devices
Automated counter devices
Environmental sensors (weather station)
Digital inputs
Control / logic:

Timer
Delay
Tracking circuit
Control
Lighting control
Logical functions
Gates (e.g. AND, OR, XOR)
Toggle
Other
Trigger
Encoder
Watchdog
The configuration of the device and the channels is done using the ETS software via the KNX bus. For the teach-in of the wireless components the keys and the display in the device are used.

16373
KNX ENO 630 GATEWAY KNX-ENOCEAN 630 (16-CHANNEL AP) GATEWAYS
16374 KNX ENO 632 Bidirectional-Gateway KNX-EnOcean (24 Channels) GATEWAYS

The unit KNX ENO 632 serves as a bidirectional gateway between EnOcean radio devices and the KNX bus. With this device, commands and measured values of EnOcean wireless sensors can be transferred to the KNX bus, for example, to control KNX actuators. Also EnOcean wireless actuators can be controlled via KNX. For EnOcean sensors the device is based on the EnOcean Equipment Profiles (EEP). The implemented profiles mostly are specified in the data sheets of the sensors. For the control of EnOcean actuators corresponding EEPs are emulated.

This means, the gateway sends radio telegrams such as a push button or a window contact. In addition the gateway supports logical and control functions and has a radio repeater included. The KNX ENO 632 is organized in 24 channels. Each channel can be assigned to one of the following functions:

Link from EnOcean sensor to KNX:

Switching and contact functions
Switching
Dimming
Shutter up/down
Scene
Window contacts
Window handles
Key cards switches
Pressure switches
Temperature sensors
Humidity sensors
Light sensors
Presence sensors
Gas sensors
Room control devices
Automated counter devices
Environmental sensors (weather station)
Digital inputs
Link from KNX to EnOcean actuator:

Switching
Dimming
Shutter
Control / logic:

Timer
Delay
Tracking circuit
Control
Lighting control
Logical functions
Gates (e.g. AND, OR, XOR)
Toggle
Other

Trigger
Encoder
Watchdog
The configuration of the device and the channels is done using the ETS software via the KNX bus. For the teach-in of the wireless components the keys and the display in the device are used.

Mounting and connection
The mounting can be done on a wall surface (e.g. brick-work or wood). The mounting holes match for a 55 mm flush-mounted box. The power supply of the device is realized via the bus.

16374
KNX ENO 632 BIDIRECTIONAL-GATEWAY KNX-ENOCEAN (24 CHANNELS) GATEWAYS
17645 5243 KNX IP Router 751 Compact bus powered Router between LAN/Ethernet and SIN FAMILIA

 

The KNX IP Interface 751 is the successor of the well-tried KNX IP Router 750. The new compact design has a width of only 1 module (18 mm) and is powered by the KNX bus.
The device forwards telegrams between different KNX TP lines via LAN (IP) as a fast backbone and is an alternative to KNX line coupler. The KNX IP Router 751 can also be used in the ETS® as a programming interface. The KNX IP Router 751 has a full-range filter table and a large telegram buffer. The buttons and LEDs on the device allow a local diagnosis including the operating status and communication errors.

17645
5243 KNX IP ROUTER 751 COMPACT BUS POWERED ROUTER BETWEEN LAN/ETHERNET AND SIN FAMILIA
17652 5219 KNX PS USB 367 SYSTEM DEVICES

KNX PowerSupply USB 367

The KNX PowerSupply USB 367 is a 640 mA bus power supply with high efficiency and a small footprint of only 4 units (72 mm). The device has a bus choke, an integrated USB Interface (Micro USB connector) and additionally provides an output for auxiliary power.

  Power, diagnosis and logic functions

The integrated KNX node monitors output current, bus voltage and the temperature in the enclosure. Various logic functions are available for application purpose. The configuration is done with the ETS (version 4.2 or higher). An easy to read OLED display on the front panel enables the user to display the operating parameters locally on the device.

17652
5219 KNX PS USB 367 SYSTEM DEVICES
18064 5207 KNX PowerSupply DGS 366 SYSTEM DEVICES

The KNX PowerSupply DGS 366 is a 640 mA bus power supply with high efficiency and a small footprint of only 4 units (72 mm). The device has a bus choke and additionally provides an output for auxiliary power.

  Power, diagnosis and logic functions

The integrated KNX node monitors output current, bus voltage and the temperature in the enclosure. Various logic functions are available for application purpose. The configuration is done with the ETS (version 4.2 or higher). An easy to read OLED display on the front panel enables the user to display the operating parameters locally on the device.

  Technical data

 Mechanical data

  • Housing: plastic
  • DIN rail mounted device, width: 4 modules (72mm)
  • Weigth: approx 260 g

User Interface

  • Four keys for on device settings
  • OLED display
  • KNX programming LED

KNX

  • Device Model System B
  • Compatible with ETS 4.2 (or higher)

Connectors

  • Plug for external power supply 230 V AC
  • Connector for KNX TP (red/black)
  • Connector for auxiliary power output (yellow/white)
18064
5207 KNX POWERSUPPLY DGS 366 SYSTEM DEVICES
18066 5233 KNX TP LineCoupler 650 SYSTEM DEVICES

The KNX TP LineCoupler 650 connects two KNX segments (for example, a KNX line with a KNX area). It has a very compact design. The device has a filter table (8K bytes) and ensures a galvanic isolation between the lines. The coupler is compatible with the ETS® software from ETS4.2. The buttons on the front panel allow disabling the telegram filter for testing purposes. The LEDs indicate the operating status and communication errors on the bus.

 

KNX LineCoupler 650 Schaubild

 

  Technical data

 Mechanical data

  • Housing: plastic
  • DIN rail mounted device, width: 1 module (18 mm)
  • Weigth: approx 40 g

User Interface

  • two keys for on device settings
  • three multi color LEDs
  • KNX programming LED and KNX programming key

KNX

  • Medium TP/TP
  • Filter table 8k Byte

Power supply

  • KNX main line approx. 5 mA
  • KNX sub line approx. 3 mA

Connectors

  • Connector for KNX-TP main line (red/black)
  • Connector for KNX-TP sub line (red/black)
18066
5233 KNX TP LINECOUPLER 650 SYSTEM DEVICES
18069 5268 KNX ENO 636 bidirectional gateway between EnOcean wireless devices and the bus GATEWAYS
 

KNX ENO 636

The KNX ENO 636 secure device serves as a bidirectional gateway between EnOcean wireless devices and the KNX bus. With this device, commands and measured values from EnOcean wireless sensors can be transmitted to the KNX bus, for example to control KNX actuators. EnOcean wireless actuators can also be controlled via KNX. The KNX ENO 636 secure from Weinzierl supports the encrypted radio communication with security-enabled EnOcean devices.
 
In addition, the gateway provides logic and control functions and includes a wireless repeater. The KNX ENO 636 secure now supports more than 100 profiles with its 32 radio channels, allowing the easy and secure connection of even more different EnOcean sensors and actuators KNX installations.

  Security

As the first KNX gateway in the market, the new KNX ENO 636 secure supports the encrypted radio communication with EnOcean devices. Commissioning is as simple as usual: with all 32 channels encryption can be activated individually. Subsequently EnOcean sensors and actuators, which support security, can be taught as before. The user gets more security without loss of comfort.

  Broad variety of functions and 32 channels

The KNX ENO 636 secure has 32 channels, which can be used with one of the following functions from over 100 profiles (EEP EnOcean equipment profiles):

Link from EnOcean sensor to KNX:

  • Switching and contact functions
    • Switching
    • Dimming
    • Shutter up/down
    • Scene
    • Window contacts
    • Window handles
    • access cards switches
    • push button switches
  • Temperature sensors
  • Humidity sensors
  • Light sensors
  • Presence sensors
  • Gas sensors
  • Room control devices
  • Automated counter devices
  • Environmental sensors (weather station)
  • Digital inputs

Link from KNX to EnOcean actuator:

  • Relay
  • Dimmer
  • Shutter
  • HVAC actuators (valves)

Control / logic:

  • Timer
    • Delay
    • Tracking circuit
  • Control
    • Two point controller (byte and float)
    • Continuous regulator
    • Heat demand requirements
    • Lighting control
  • Logical functions
    • Gates (e.g. AND, OR, XOR)
    • Toggle
  • Other
    • Trigger
    • Encoder
    • Watchdog

The configuration of the device and the channels is done using the ETS software via the KNX bus. For the teach-in of the wireless components the keys and the display in the device are used.

  Mounting and connection

The mounting can be done on a wall surface (e.g. brick-work or wood). The mounting holes match for a 55 mm flush-mounted box. The power supply of the device is realized via the bus.

  Repeater function

The repeater function is used for extend distances between sensors and actuators. The KNX ENO 634 is a so-called level-1 radio repeater.

  Bus monitor function

The integrated bus monitor function is used for system diagnostics directly on the device. The device can display both EnOcean telegram as well as KNX telegrams.

  Configuration: KNX ENO Tool

The KNX ENO Tool software can be used to configure the Links between various EnOcean-Sensors and the KNX/EIB EnOcean-Gateway KNX ENO 630/632/634. The device configuration of the Gateway can be read, modified, exported and saved back to either the same or another Gateway. EnOcean Bus Monitor showing the EnOcean Telegrams send over the KNX Bus.

KNX ENO Tool download.

 

18069
5268 KNX ENO 636 BIDIRECTIONAL GATEWAY BETWEEN ENOCEAN WIRELESS DEVICES AND THE BUS GATEWAYS
18070 5212 KNX IP LineMaster 762 power supply with inductor, IP router and IP interface SYSTEM DEVICES

The KNX IP LineMaster 762 combines the central functions of a KNX bus line in a compact device (6TE): a 640 mA bus power supply with inductor, IP router and IP interface. In addition to the bus voltage, the power supply also has an auxiliary voltage output. The IP router in the device allows the forwarding of telegrams between different lines via a LAN (IP) as a fast backbone. Via the interface function the KNX line can be addressed directly from a PC (eg with ETS version 4.2 or higher).

The device operates according to the KNXnet/IP specification using core, device management, tunneling and routing. The configuration is done with the ETS (version 4.2 or higher). An easy-to-read OLED display on the front allows the display of the operating parameters locally on the device.

 

 

KNX_IP_LineMaster_762_Schaubild_klein.png

 

  Power supply with choke

The power supply with high efficiency of the KNX IP LineMaster 762 provides a 29V bus voltage for the KNX system and an additional output with auxiliary voltage for supplying other devices. Special operating conditions such as short circuit, overvoltage, overload or overtemperature are logged and can be read off the display. The current current consumption is also displayed. A reset of the connected bus nodes is possible via the keypad.

  KNX IP Router

The KNX IP LineMaster 762 integrated KNX IP router allows the transmission of telegrams to other lines via the LAN (IP) as a fast backbone (KNXnet/IP routing). The KNX IP LineMaster 762 thus also assumes the function of a KNX line coupler.

  KNX IP Interface

The KNX IP LineMaster 762 can be used as an interface for bus access via IP. The KNX system can be configured and monitored from any PC in the LAN (KNXnet/IP tunnelling).

  Technical data

 Mechanical data

  • Housing: plastic
  • DIN rail mounted device, width: 6 modules (108 mm)
  • Weigth: approx 300 g

User Interface

  • Four keys for on device settings
  • OLED display
  • KNX programming LED

Ethernet

  • 100BaseT (100Mbit/s)
  • 6 KNXnet/IP Tunneling connections

KNX

  • Medium IP/TP
  • Filter table 8 kByte (64k group addresses)
  • compatible with ETS 4.2 (or higher)

Connectors

  • Plug for external power supply 230 V AC
  • Connector for KNX TP (red/black)
  • Connector for auxiliary power output (yellow/white)
  • LAN RJ-45 socket
18070
5212 KNX IP LINEMASTER 762 POWER SUPPLY WITH INDUCTOR, IP ROUTER AND IP INTERFACE SYSTEM DEVICES
18071 5262 KNX IP BAOS 773 KNXnet/IP Tunneling & Object Server SYSTEM DEVICES

KNX IP BAOS 773

The KNX IP BAOS 773 is used as Interface for connecting to KNX both on telegram level (KNXnet/IP Tunneling) and on data point level (KNX Application Layer). Clients can directly access Group Objects via either a Binary Protocol (over TCP/IP or UDP/IP) or via JSON (Java Script Object Notation) Web Services. The device is configured with the ETS and supports up to 250 Group Objects. 10 simultaneous client connections are supported.

BAOS is an acronym for “Bus Access and Object Server”. It is possible to connect to the KNX bus everywhere over LAN. Bus connection over the internet with KNX IP BAOS 773 is also possible. The device supports 5 simultaneous KNXnet/IP tunneling connections.

The buttons are for diagnostic purposes. The LEDs indicate the operating status and communication errors on the bus. Power is supplied via the KNX bus.

Weinzierl_773_KNX_IP_BAOS_Übersicht.png

  BAOS SDK

For quick and easy integration of BAOS services in your own projects there are two free SDKs available. First, the BAOS Binary SDK, a C++ implementation of the BAOS Binary Protocol. The following systems are supported:

    Windows
    Linux
    Mac OS X
    iOS

For the integration of BAOS Services in a Web browser, we offer the BAOS Web Services SDK. This SDK is based on HTTP and Java script, the BAOS Services provides a simple JavaScript API.

    SDK for BAOS Binary Services
    SDK for BAOS Web Services

 Technical data
Mechanical data

    Housing: plastic (PC)
    DIN rail mounted device, width: 1 unit (18mm)
    Weight: approx. 40g

Controls and indicators

    2 buttons and 3 LEDs (multicolor)
    KNX programming button with LED (red)

KNX

    Medium TP
    Device Model System B
    Max. Communication Objects: 250

Ethernet

    10BaseT (10Mbit/s)
    Supported internet protocols ARP, ICMP, IGMP, UDP/IP, TCP/IP, DHCP and Auto IP
    Up to 5 KNXnet/IP Tunelling connections  simultaneously
    KNX BAOS Binary Protocol V2.0
    KNX BAOS Web Services (JSON)

Power supply

    KNX Bus approx. 15 mA

Connectors

    Bus connector for KNX (red/black)
    LAN RJ-45 socket

KNX IP BAOS 773

The KNX IP BAOS 773 is used as Interface for connecting to KNX both on telegram level (KNXnet/IP Tunneling) and on data point level (KNX Application Layer). Clients can directly access Group Objects via either a Binary Protocol (over TCP/IP or UDP/IP) or via JSON (Java Script Object Notation) Web Services. The device is configured with the ETS and supports up to 250 Group Objects. 10 simultaneous client connections are supported.

BAOS is an acronym for “Bus Access and Object Server”. It is possible to connect to the KNX bus everywhere over LAN. Bus connection over the internet with KNX IP BAOS 773 is also possible. The device supports 5 simultaneous KNXnet/IP tunneling connections.

The buttons are for diagnostic purposes. The LEDs indicate the operating status and communication errors on the bus. Power is supplied via the KNX bus.

Weinzierl_773_KNX_IP_BAOS_Übersicht.png

  BAOS SDK

For quick and easy integration of BAOS services in your own projects there are two free SDKs available. First, the BAOS Binary SDK, a C++ implementation of the BAOS Binary Protocol. The following systems are supported:

    Windows
    Linux
    Mac OS X
    iOS

For the integration of BAOS Services in a Web browser, we offer the BAOS Web Services SDK. This SDK is based on HTTP and Java script, the BAOS Services provides a simple JavaScript API.

    SDK for BAOS Binary Services
    SDK for BAOS Web Services

 Technical data
Mechanical data

    Housing: plastic (PC)
    DIN rail mounted device, width: 1 unit (18mm)
    Weight: approx. 40g

Controls and indicators

    2 buttons and 3 LEDs (multicolor)
    KNX programming button with LED (red)

KNX

    Medium TP
    Device Model System B
    Max. Communication Objects: 250

Ethernet

    10BaseT (10Mbit/s)
    Supported internet protocols ARP, ICMP, IGMP, UDP/IP, TCP/IP, DHCP and Auto IP
    Up to 5 KNXnet/IP Tunelling connections  simultaneously
    KNX BAOS Binary Protocol V2.0
    KNX BAOS Web Services (JSON)

Power supply

    KNX Bus approx. 15 mA

Connectors

    Bus connector for KNX (red/black)
    LAN RJ-45 socket

KNX IP BAOS 773

The KNX IP BAOS 773 is used as Interface for connecting to KNX both on telegram level (KNXnet/IP Tunneling) and on data point level (KNX Application Layer). Clients can directly access Group Objects via either a Binary Protocol (over TCP/IP or UDP/IP) or via JSON (Java Script Object Notation) Web Services. The device is configured with the ETS and supports up to 250 Group Objects. 10 simultaneous client connections are supported.

BAOS is an acronym for “Bus Access and Object Server”. It is possible to connect to the KNX bus everywhere over LAN. Bus connection over the internet with KNX IP BAOS 773 is also possible. The device supports 5 simultaneous KNXnet/IP tunneling connections.

The buttons are for diagnostic purposes. The LEDs indicate the operating status and communication errors on the bus. Power is supplied via the KNX bus.

Weinzierl_773_KNX_IP_BAOS_Übersicht.png

  BAOS SDK

For quick and easy integration of BAOS services in your own projects there are two free SDKs available. First, the BAOS Binary SDK, a C++ implementation of the BAOS Binary Protocol. The following systems are supported:

    Windows
    Linux
    Mac OS X
    iOS

For the integration of BAOS Services in a Web browser, we offer the BAOS Web Services SDK. This SDK is based on HTTP and Java script, the BAOS Services provides a simple JavaScript API.

    SDK for BAOS Binary Services
    SDK for BAOS Web Services

 Technical data
Mechanical data

    Housing: plastic (PC)
    DIN rail mounted device, width: 1 unit (18mm)
    Weight: approx. 40g

Controls and indicators

    2 buttons and 3 LEDs (multicolor)
    KNX programming button with LED (red)

KNX

    Medium TP
    Device Model System B
    Max. Communication Objects: 250

Ethernet

    10BaseT (10Mbit/s)
    Supported internet protocols ARP, ICMP, IGMP, UDP/IP, TCP/IP, DHCP and Auto IP
    Up to 5 KNXnet/IP Tunelling connections  simultaneously
    KNX BAOS Binary Protocol V2.0
    KNX BAOS Web Services (JSON)

Power supply

    KNX Bus approx. 15 mA

Connectors

    Bus connector for KNX (red/black)
    LAN RJ-45 socket

18071
5262 KNX IP BAOS 773 KNXNET/IP TUNNELING & OBJECT SERVER SYSTEM DEVICES
18072 5263 KNX IP BAOS 774 KNXnet/IP Tunneling & Object Server SYSTEM DEVICES
 

KNX IP BAOS 774

The KNX IP BAOS 774 is used as Interface for connecting to KNX both on telegram level (KNXnet/IP Tunneling) and on data point level (KNX Application Layer). Clients can directly access Group Objects via either a Binary Protocol (over TCP/IP or UDP/IP) or via JSON (Java Script Object Notation) Web Services. The device is configured with the ETS and supports up to 1000 Group Objects. 10 simultaneous client connections are supported.

BAOS is an acronym for “Bus Access and Object Server”. It is possible to connect to the KNX bus everywhere over LAN. Bus connection over the internet with KNX IP BAOS 774 is also possible. The device supports 5 simultaneous KNXnet/IP tunneling connections.

The buttons are for diagnostic purposes. The LEDs indicate the operating status and communication errors on the bus. Power is supplied via the KNX bus.

Weinzierl_774_KNX_IP_BAOS_Übersicht.png

  BAOS SDK

For quick and easy integration of BAOS services in your own projects there are two free SDKs available. First, the BAOS Binary SDK, a C++ implementation of the BAOS Binary Protocol. The following systems are supported:

  • Windows
  • Linux
  • Mac OS X
  • iOS
For the integration of BAOS Services in a Web browser, we offer the BAOS Web Services SDK. This SDK is based on HTTP and Java script, the BAOS Services provides a simple JavaScript API.

 Technical data

Mechanical data

  • Housing: plastic (PC)
  • DIN rail mounted device, width: 1 unit (18mm)
  • Weight: approx. 40g

Controls and indicators

  • 2 buttons and 3 LEDs (multicolor)
  • KNX programming button with LED (red)

KNX

  • Medium TP
  • Device Model System B
  • Max. Communication Objects: 1000

Ethernet

  • 10BaseT (10Mbit/s)
  • Supported internet protocols ARP, ICMP, IGMP, UDP/IP, TCP/IP, DHCP and Auto IP
  • Up to 5 KNXnet/IP Tunelling connections  simultaneously
  • KNX BAOS Binary Protocol V2.0
  • KNX BAOS Web Services (JSON)

Power supply

  • KNX Bus approx. 15 mA

Connectors

  • Bus connector for KNX (red/black)
  • LAN RJ-45 socket
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5263 KNX IP BAOS 774 KNXNET/IP TUNNELING & OBJECT SERVER SYSTEM DEVICES
18073 5229 KNX USB Interface 312 SYSTEM DEVICES

KNX USB Interface 312

The KNX USB Interface 312 establishes a bidirectional connection between a PC and the KNX installation bus. The USB interface is the successor of the KNX USB Interface 311 and supports KNX Long Frames. It has a galvanic separation from the KNX bus. Both ETS (Engineering Tool Software) versions ETS3 or later and some visualization tools support this interface.

The KNX USB Interfaces 312 implements a complete KNX Stack with communication objects and BAOS protocol V2. Thus, it offers the possibility to extend devices with USB connection to full KNX devices, which can even be programmed by ETS.

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  Technical data

Mechanical Data

  • Housing: plastic
  • DIN rail mounted device, width: 1 TE

Indicators

  • Signal LED (multicolor) for USB-connection
  • Signal LED (multicolor) for communication

Power supply

  • USB < 100mW
  • KNX < 100mW

Connectors

  • KNX connector
  • USB connector type B
  • Wire length max. 5m

Compatibility

  • ETS (Engineering Tool Software) ETS3 or later
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18078 5254 KNX USB Interface 332 SYSTEM DEVICES
 

KNX USB Interface 332

The KNX USB Interface 332 Stick provides a bidirectional connection between a PC or Laptop and the installation bus KNX (TP) and now supports KNX Long Frames. Like with its successor, the KNX USB Interface 330 Stick, the USB connection is galvanically isolated from the KNX bus. The interface is compatible with the ETS and with the Falcon driver of the KNX Association. The device is thus supported by many visualization programs. In order to connect own software to KNX via this USB interface our cross-platform SDK kDrive is available.

The KNX USB Interfaces 332 Stick implements a complete KNX Stack with communication objects and BAOS protocol V2. Thus, it offers the possibility to extend devices with USB connection to full KNX devices, which can even be programmed by ETS.

332_KNX_USB_Stick_Schaubild.png

 

  Technical data

Mechanical Data

  • Housing: plastic, transparent
  • Dimensions: 58 mm x 12 mm x 18 mm

Indicators

  • Signal LED (multicolor) for USB-connection
  • Signal LED (multicolor) for KNX connection

Power supply

  • USB: < 100 mW
  • KNX: < 100 mW

Connectors

  • KNX via pluggable screw terminal
  • USB connector type A

Compatibility

  • ETS (Engineering Tool Software) ETS3 or later
  • Falcon Driver (KNX Association)
  • kDrive (Weinzierl)

Scope of Delivery

  • Device as stand-alone:
    • USB Stick device
    • USB extension cable 10 cm
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18084 5193 KNXnet/IP Tunneling & Object Server KNX IP BAOS 777 GATEWAYS
• KNXnet/IP Tunnelling & Object Server
• Object Server with up to 2,000 Datapoints
• BAOS Binary & JSON web services
• OS internally: Linux
• Power over Ethernet (PoE)
• Graphical display (OLED)
• Integrated web server
• Housing: Plastic
• Weight: approx 100 g
• Size: DIN rail 2 TE (36 mm)
• Connections: KNX, LAN RJ-45, 12-24 V
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5193 KNXNET/IP TUNNELING & OBJECT SERVER KNX IP BAOS 777 GATEWAYS


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