Jung is launching a number KNX building automation control solutions, most of which will be available in the Spanish market almost immediately. Some of these products have already been awarded the ‘Plus X Award’.
These include the KNX F 50 keyboards, available in Standard and Universal versions and 1, 2, 3 and 4 phases. Available from November 2013, these are optimised for even easier installation. Another award-winning product is the compact KNX room controller OLED, has an integrated bus coupler and a graphic display with high resolution OLED unsurpassed image quality.
Also awarded ‘Product of the Year’ in its category, the Jung KNX multiroom amplifier is a solution for audio distribution in homes, offices or businesses that will be available from October 2013. This centralised amplifier has direct KNX direct, with four inputs and eight outputs to stereo.
Another innovation is the Jung KNX presence detector, in Standard or Universal versions, for mounting heights of up to five meters. It offers a compact and integrated bus coupler, plus five blocks of functions that work independently of each other and that can be assigned three PIR sensors in different configurations.
In September, Jung will launch new dimmers that can regulate, flashing incandescent or halogen HV and retrofit LEDs, compact fluorescent lamps and LED HV. In addition, there will be new system optimisation for Jung rotary switches, rotary dimmers and motor speed controllers.
Rounding off the offerings for 2013 are the new TKM modules for access control for both the residential and tertiary sectors, the TKM app that allows access control via iPhone or iPad, and the TKM Softphone, a Windows software package with the functionality of a typical internal intercom, but which can be used for home automation by switching functions, as well as VoIP (Voice over IP). Finally, the new online Graphic Tool allows products to be customised with laser engraving and colour printing.