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Shelly Group Products Now Compatible With KNX

Shelly Pro and Pro PM series of switching and dimming actuators are now compatible with KNXnet/IP projects.

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Shelly Group has announced KNX compatibility, the worldwide standard for home and building automation, into its products. Leveraging Shelly’s connectivity options, these devices provide a spectrum of functionalities that enrich every home, office, and industrial building to a smart one. Shelly’s wide range of Shelly Pro and Pro PM devices offer integration to any existing automation systems, providing retrofit options that eliminate the need for additional wiring.

KNX is а worldwide standard for home and building automation, allowing complete building control including lighting, HVAC, shading, security, energy, and more. KNX is a managed open-source and non-proprietary protocol with KNX partners globally.

The integration expands the potential applications of Shelly Pro relays and dimmers within KNX environments, providing interoperability and advanced control capabilities. Shelly Pro relays and dimmers use KNX networks via KNXNet/IP communication protocol. The configuration options within Shelly devices allow users to enable intuitive KNX integration into their existing system and specify parameters such as group addresses and communication settings. Through standardized KNX data points, users can access key device functions and status information, enabling monitoring and control within KNX environments. The incorporation turns Shelly Pro devices into integral components of KNX automation systems, contributing to energy efficiency, comfort, and convenience.

The KNX compatibility allows customers to craft bespoke KNXnet/IP solutions with Shelly IoT devices. Shelly presents a diverse array of smart devices, including intelligent KNXnet/IP-enabled options, designed for networked applications. Leveraging Shelly’s mobile solutions enhances the project’s flexibility and unlocks new possibilities. From lighting to heating, ventilation, and power control, Shelly Smart Control centralizes automation, empowering you to manage spaces, monitor energy consumption, and optimize expenses – all within a single, intuitive

Advantages of Shelly Pro with KNX

  • Compatibility: Shelly Pro are now compatible with KNX environments. The integration allows Shelly devices to coexist with other KNX products, expanding the range of applications and enhancing system flexibility. With the compatibility to KNXnet/IP protocol, expansion of the existing infrastructure is easy, offering a streamlined and cost-effective solution.
  • Enhanced Control: By integrating with KNX, Shelly Pro devices gain access to the extensive range of control functions and scenarios supported by the protocol. This enables users to orchestrate automation sequences, incorporating Shelly Pro devices alongside other KNX-compatible components to achieve tailored solutions for lighting, power control, and more.
  • Scalability: KNX’s decentralized architecture facilitates scalable automation solutions, accommodating projects of varying sizes and complexity. With Shelly Pro devices integrated into KNX networks, users can scale their automation deployments to meet evolving needs, ensuring future-proof flexibility and adaptability.
  • Tools and Support: A variety of tools and resources are available to facilitate the integration of Shelly Pro devices with KNX networks. Dedicated software solutions simplify configuration and management tasks, while documentation and support channels ensure a smooth integration experience for users.

Shelly Group also announced its participation in DALI Alliance (the Digital Illumination Interface Alliance, or DiiA), the global industry organization for DALI lighting control. DALI is an industry-standardized protocol and is specified in the multi-part international standard IEC 62386, as well as by new specifications written by DiiA. DALI allows two-way communication between devices, so that a device can report a failure, or answer a query about its status or other information.

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