KNX is a standardized protocol for building automation and control. It is an open, vendor independent system used to integrate and control various building functions, such as lighting, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, security, and audiovisual equipment. The KNX protocol enables different devices and systems from various manufacturers to communicate
and work together seamlessly within a building automation system.
Key features and characteristics of KNX include:
KNX is widely used in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings worldwide, offering benefits such as increased comfort, energy savings, and improved building management. As a future-proof technology, KNX continues to evolve, incorporating new functionalities and keeping pace with the latest advancements in building automation and control.