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The Immunity of the KNX Model to Electromagnetic Pulse Disturbances

The Immunity of the KNX Model to Electromagnetic Pulse Disturbances

By Dorota TYPAŃSKA, Poznan University of Technology, and Adam MAĆKOWIAK2, Krzysztof SIECZKAREK, Warsaw Institute of Logistics and Warehousing

Abstract. The article presents the test results of the electromagnetic resistance of an intelligent, stationary installation model to pulse interference. The installation model tested was based on the automatic devices of an intelligent building, manufactured by Hager.

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