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FOR MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY IN SMART BUILDINGS GESIS® FLEX GATEWAYS
A balance has to be struck between energy saving, efficiency improvement, value preservation, future-proofing, and ensuring the comfort of the building user at the same time. This is precisely why various building bus and automation systems exist. Some trades have partly incorporated their special requirements into their own standards and developed sub-bus systems. These are connected to higher-level automation systems via gateways.
In the field of lighting control, DALI is the most popular control system, especially in functional buildings. Up to 64 luminaires can be controlled individually or in groups in a DALI segment. The gesis® FLEX DALI gateway connects a DALI segment to the KNX bidirectionally.
The functionality of the gesis® FLEX gateway ranges from classic group and individual control to switching command and RGBW control, through to tunable white lighting. Status reporting, operating hours monitoring, time controls, and many other functions are also integrated.
Special emphasis has been placed on the manual control level. This is easy to use and, alongside other functions, allows the connected luminaires to be tested even before system integration. The 5-pole outlet combines energy supply and DALI signal.
The EnOcean standard is the established standard for detection of the diverse sensors of a modern and flexible office landscape. Switches, window contacts, and temperature sensors, etc. are connected to the EnOcean gateway by radio. There is no need for batteries in the sensors as the sensors generate their own energy, e.g. with solar cells.
The gesis® FLEX EnOcean gateways can manage 32 channels, each of which is capable of connecting up to 4 sensors. These channels are bidirectional. This means that EnOcean-based actuators can also be controlled from the KNX.
A display and the manual control level enable the assignment of sensors to the channels as well as operation of the channels directly on the device. The gateway is supplied exclusively via the KNX. An antenna with a 5 m connection cable enables optimal reception.
In the field of sunshade control, SMI is a manufacturer-independent control system frequently used in functional buildings.
The SMI gateway establishes the connection between the KNX system and an an SMI segment for controlling up to eight independent SMI drives.
All the connections of the single-phase supplied module are pluggable. The 5-pole outlet combines energy supply and SMI signal. Further cabling to the drives is done using pluggable round cables or a gesis® NRG flat cable effectively, flexibly, and quickly.