Ekinex products have been integrated, equipment and finishes have been chosen with special features, to give priority to the functionality needed by the disabled user. In these cases it is necessary that the structures with which the user comes into contact must be able to interact in order to allow…
About KNX Tech
All things KNX including Domestic and Commercial controls, designer switches and sockets.
KNX is the world’s only open standard for building control and automation for residential and commercial projects, to put the intelligence into intelligent buildings.
With over 30 years of technical experience in the industry Niall is the company’s technical director. Qualified as an Electronic Service Technician. Niall has worked in technical roles in the manufacturing, distribution, installation and design side of the industry. A qualified KNX partner and Tutor Niall is the ideal person to design your automation solutions. Working with installers and engineers to solve technical problems is one of Niall’s key strengths. This broad experience leaves Niall in a position to see problems from all sides and ensure KNX Tech deliver real customer satisfaction.
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Facts And Figures about KNX
As the world’s only open standard for intelligent buildings (ISO/IEC 14543-3), KNX has been around for nearly thirty years and now offers an array of over 7,000 KNX Association-approved products manufactured by over 400 suppliers. This means that the specifier can tailor an installation to meet the needs of the building and the end-user, who is never tied to a single proprietary system. Combining complex technology with an easy-to-operate user interface, KNX installations offer simple visualisation, monitoring and control, creating properties that are both comfortable and energy efficient. Indeed, research carried out by the University of Bremen has demonstrated that a KNX building management system can provide energy savings of 40% with shading control, 50% with individual room control, and 60% with lighting and ventilation control.
Years of KNX