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Somfy Offers Animeo KNX IP Wireless Interface

Interface between WLAN and the KNX bus

The KNX IP Interface wireless is a WLAN interface to the KNX/ EIB bus. It can be used instead of a USB or wire-bound IP inter- face, e.g. for ETS3. Utilising the wireless technology the installer can now move unhindered throughout the building.

The KNX IP Interface wireless contains an integrated Access Point which provides the direct connection to the device via a WLAN network. It has an external 9 V power supply. This device functions according to the KNXnet/IP specification. It is compatible with ETS from version 3.0c.

Technical data

Electrical safety
– Protection (EN 60529): IP 20
– Safety extra low voltage SELV DC 9 V
EMC requirements
– Complies with EN 61000-6-2, EN 61000-6-3 and EN 50090-2-2
Environmental requirements
– Ambient temp. operating: – 5 °C … + 45 °C
– Ambient temp. Non-op.: – 25 °C … + 70 °C
– Rel. humidity (non-condensing): 5 % … 93 %
– KNX CE norm
– Complies with the R&TTE directive
Physical specifications
– Housing: Plastic
– Dimension: 125 x 67 x 31 mm – Weight: approx. 160 g
Operating Controls
– Learning key for KNX – Key for testing function
– Operating LED (green)
– Signal LED for WLAN (green)
– Signal LED for KNX (green)
– Learning LED (red)
– IEEE 802.11b/g
– Security: WPA2 (PSK)
– Supported internet protocols ARP, ICMP, IGMP,
Power supply
– Via enclosed wall power supply
(Primary: 230 V~ / 50Hz, Secondary: 9 V=)
– Power consumption: < 2,5 W (Secondary, at 9 V) Connectors - KNX (pluggable screwing terminal) - Supply (low voltage jack) - Antenna terminal (SMA jack)

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