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i3 Engineering debuts at ISE 2023

On 31 January – 3 February Ukrainian manufacturer of Smart Home systems i3 Engineering will present own system for the first time in Spain at ISE 2023. The exhibitor booth #CS640 will be found in the show’s Discovery Zone.

i3 Engineering is a Ukrainian hardware company in the fields of smart home and building automation solutions manufacturing. The company develops and manufactures controllers which are configured without programming using a mobile app. The product line consists of 17 Atom series controllers, 6 Atom Extension and mobile app i3 Home. A single controller can work with various types of loads to provide an easy and fast process to set up a smart home.

“Our devices can be combined to a multi-master bus, which allows any of them to know what is happening to others. A user or integrator creates an automation rule in a mobile app, which transmitted to the device. The device process the rule and sends the command to execute. For example, if switch is turn on, then light two lamps, if double-press — raise the air temperature, if a long press — close the curtains. We want everyone electrician to be able to set up an automation system of any complexity using our devices”, says Pavlo Tsiupka, CEO.

The i3 Engineering system can manage various types of electrical equipment, such as lighting, sockets, heating and air conditioning systems, blinds and curtains, irrigation, etc. The system can be installed in: private houses, apartments, greenhouses, restaurants, ships, business centres, malls, hotels, etc.

Having received the CE certificate in 2021, the company focused on growth in Ukraine and distribution in markets where the frequency range of 50Hz 230V and 60Hz 127V is used. The company has partners in 7 countries Ukraine, Lithuania, Poland, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Egypt, Portugal, and is now looking for distributors to enter Spanish, Italian, and UK markets.

i3 Engineering’s automation system uses the i3Net proprietary protocol for communication between Atom series devices, but it also supports integration with KNX. KNX integration is realised by a separate device which retransmits messages from the KNX network to i3Net network and vice versa. This device is also configured using the mobile app.

i3engineering.com

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