BMS (KNX Based) Training KIT
(EL-028)
  • Controlling Bulb with Switching Actuator • Controlling Dimmer Actuator • Dimming Using KNX Ballast Module
  • Controlling Switch Actuator through KNX Room Controller
  • KNX power supply
    • Power Supply: 230 VAC (+/- %10)
    • Power Consumption (Max): 55 W
    • Power Consumption (Typical): 24 W
    • Rated Current (Total): 640 mA
    • Rated Voltage: 30 VDC
    • Type of Protection: IP 20
    • Temperature Range: Operation(-5°C...45°C), Storage (-25°C...55°C)
  • KNX USB interface
    • Power Supply: KNX TP Line, 21…30 V DC, USB, 5 V DC
    • Current Consumption: < 5 mA (KNX TP line), < 20 mA (USB)
    • Connections: KNX TP and USB Type B
    • Mode of Commissioning: S-Mode
    • Type of Protection: IP 20
    • Temperature Range: Operation (-5°C…45°C), Storage (-20°C...60°C)
    • Configuration: Configuration with ETS
  • Channel binary input
    • Power Supply: EIB Power Supply
    • Power Consumption:50 mW
    • Number of Inputs: 2,4 or 6
    • Type of Inputs: Dry Contact Inputs
    • Mode of Commissioning: S-Mode
    • Type of Protection: IP 20
    • Temperature Range: Operation (-5°C...45°C), Storage (-25°C...60°C)
  • Channel combo switch actuator
    • Power Supply: EIB Power supply
    • Current Consumption: Max. 20mA
    • Number of Outputs: 4, 8, 12, 16, 20 or 24
    • Output Current: 16A@250 VAC, 120 or 165A inrush current
    • Temperature Range: Operation (-10°C...70°C), Storage (-25°C...100°C)
  • Touch panel module
    • CPU: ARM® Cortex™, A7 Dual Core 2 x 1.2 GHz (A20)
    • Memory: Min 1 GB DDR3
    • Storage: Min 8 GB with EMMC (SanDisk) disc technology
    • Working Temperature: -20 ºC +70 ºC
  • BMS (KNX Based) Training Kit (EL - 012)
  • Hard copy user manual
  • Electrical Installations Training Frame (EL - 301)
  • laboratory PC

This trainer is designed to serve the purpose of providing a hands-on experience in KNX fundamentals and how to apply it to acquire a fully automated building system. Student will thoroughly understand vital concepts such as difference between individual address, objects, group objects and telegrams as well as practicing on many related topics. Starting with learning how different KNX devices interact with each other and going to making devices on separate KNX buses interact with one another through a bus coupler.

                                     
  • Using this training system, Students will thoroughly understand vital concepts such as difference between individual address, objects, group objects and telegrams as well as practicing on many related topics.
  • Trainees will get familiar with all of the safety procedures and precautions concerning electrical installations of KNX bus systems.
  • A set of interchangeable modules that are made of insulating durable material.
  • Trainees will be able to carry out a wide range of experiments to solidify how different KNX devices interact with each other and going to making devices on separate KNX buses interact with one another through a bus coupler.
  • All of the system components terminals are laid out clearly through the provided modules to enable trainees to carry out the necessary connections.
  • All of the electrical components are well represented graphically in the provided modules giving trainees a well understanding of all of electrical symbols and definitions.
  • The Trainer is a modular design which can expand at any time easily.
  • The Trainer contests of KNX power supply, Dc power supply, KNX USB interface module, KNX IP interface module, KNX I switch module, KNX line coupler module, KNX ballast dimming module, Dimmer actuator module, Dimmer module, 4 Channel binary input module, 4 Channel combo switch actuator module, Push button module, selector Module, 7`` touch panel, LED lamp module, Halogen lamp module, Tungsten lamp module, Florescent lamp module, presence detector, light sensor detector, Temperature sensor, door lock module, water level sensor, thermal motion sensor.