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Weinzierl Shows New KNX LED Dimming Devices at Light + Building

KNX LED dimming actuator with constant current or constant voltage

The KNX LED dimming actuator KNX IO 534 CV with constant voltage gets an associated product with constant current: the new KNX IO 536 CC. Both devices are characterised by their compact design: each device provides 4 dimming channels in a total width of only 1 unit (18 mm).

KNX IO 534 CV (4D)

The KNX IO 534 CV (4D) is a compact RGB, RGBW and Tunable White dimming actuator with 4 PWM outputs – with constant voltage:

  • DIN rail mounted device, width:1 units (18 mm)
  • PWM (frequency 480 / 600 Hz)
  • Supply voltage: 12 … 24 V
  • Max. load current: 6 A total, freely distributable
  • Max. Pout: 144 W

KNX IO 536 CC (4D)

The KNX IO 536 CC (4D) is a compact RGB, RGBW and Tunable White dimming actuator with 4 outputs – with constant current:

  • DIN rail mounted device, width: 1 units (18 mm)
  • Dimmer for LEDs with constant current input
  • Supply voltage: 12 … 48 V
  • Max. configurable load current: 500 mA each channel 
  • Channels can be bundled
  • Max. Pout: 96 W

Software support for KNX Security

Weinzierl is continuously expanding the range of devices with KNX Security. At the same time, the topic is finding its way into our software solutions. The SDK kDrive, our proven SDK for bus access from Windows or Linux, now supports both: KNX IP Security and KNX Data Security. Building on kDrive, our bus monitor and analyzer Net’n Node 5 also enables testing with KNX Security.

For the users of our KNX EnOcean gateways, the KNX ENO tool has been extended and can now also access the KNX via secured IP interfaces.

Online training series

We have created a new video series for our customers to present special topics about the KNX system like KNX IP or KNX Security also in detail. The theory videos explain the technical background. The practical parts also show the programming with the ETS.

Visit stand A80 in Hall 9.0 at Light + Building to learn more.

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