Hrastovec 1
1236 Trzin, Slovenia



Mon. – Thu.: 7:00 – 15:00
Fri.: 7:00 – 14:00


+386 1 542 99 10


The desire for comfort and versatility while managing heating, control and lighting systems is growing when equipping both office or residential premises. At the same time, efficient energy usage is becoming ever more important. People want a safe, comfortable and sustainable place for life and work.

However, more comfort and security coupled with reduced power consumption can only be achieved with intelligent management and control of all devices in the system. This is a challenge, because for classical systems this implies more wiring from the sensors and actuators to control centres and devices. For experts this also means harder planning and mounting, increased risk of fire and increasing costs. Here is where KNX steps in!

Automation does not need to be difficult. Automation requires a system that solves problems with isolated devices in a way that enables all devices to communicate using one common language. The type of the device that you wish to use is irrelevant.
There are many options for creating a smart home or a smart office. Implement a simple lighting management system or connect different devices to your KNX system. KNX enables automation on a high level. Contact us!

Do you wish to control lighting, blinds, security systems, energy consumption, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning systems, signal and control systems, remote control or video surveillance? All functions operate using a unified system. This is a simple automation of residential or office premises. This is KNX.

KNX – the world standard for residential and office premises control

The KNX organization was formed in 1990 in Brussels, at the time known as EIB organization. The goal of EIB was to promote smart facilities, especially the EIB system.
In 1999 the EIB organization was merged with the BCI company which was promoting the BatiBUS system and the EHSA organization. The result of the merger is the KNX organization as we know it today. The KNX standard was built based on the EIB communication protocol combined with the experience in BatiBUS and EHS system applications usage. A KNX installation can use several different media:

Twisted pair


Electrical installation


Radio waves


IP network

The most commonly used medium for communication in a KNX system is a twisted pair wiring. KNX standard is approved by the following organizaitons:

International standard

ISO/IEC 14543-3

European standard

CENELEC EN 50090 and CEN EN 13321-1

American standard


Chinese standard

GB/T 20965


  • KNX power supply with integrated choke
  • Input voltage: 180-264 VAC
  • Maximum output current: 640mA
  • Quick and easy DIN rail mounting
  • Width: 3 standard units – 52,5mm


  • KNX IP interface
  • KNX IP / TP routing
  • Telegram filtering
  • External power supply not needed
  • Plug&Play
  • Connector: RJ45


  • KNX USB interface
  • KNX addressing and parameter setting
  • Diagnostics
  • External power supply not needed
  • Connection with ETS program
  • Connector: USB type B


  • KNX line interface / area interface
  • Extension of KNX line
  • Telegram filtering
  • Diagnostics


  • KNX DALI gateway
  • Integrated DALI power supply
  • LCD screen 2×12
  • Lighting control via built-in web server
  • Connect 64 DALI devices
  • Define 16 DALI groups
  • Set 16 DALI scenes
  • Connector: RJ45


  • KNX actuator
  • 8 independent outputs
  • Maximum current: 16A/output
  • Appropriate for inductive and capacitive loads
  • Manual handling with actuator switches
  • Lighting and heating control
  • Programmable time and scene functions


  • KNX LED actuator with dimming function
  • 4 independent outputs
  • Maximum current: 10A/output
  • Linear or logarithmic dimming curve
  • Dimming 0-10V and 1-10V
  • Manual handling with actuator switches
  • Programmable time and scene functions

KA/R 1220.1

  • KNX actuator
  • 12 independent outputs
  • Maximum current: 20A/output
  • Manual handling
  • Lighting and heating control
  • Programmable time and scene functions


  • KNX actuator
  • 24/12 independent outputs
  • 24 outputs as a switching actuator / 12 outputs as a blind actuator
  • Combined usage
  • Maximum current: 10A/output
  • Manual handling with actuator switches
  • Lighting and blind control

KI/U 0401.1

  • KNX universal interface
  • Usage: connecting switches with the KNX system
  • Functions: ON/OFF, dimming, sending a pre-defined value, scene change, blind control


  • Motion sensor
  • Light sensor


  • Air quality sensor
  • PM2.5 and PM10 particle detection and display
  • Temperature and humidity detection and display
  • VOC detection and display
  • AQI – air quality index


  • Touchscreen display
  • Screen diagonal: 12,7cm (5’’)
  • Screen resolution: 800×480
  • Functions: ON/OFF, dimming, blind control, scene change
  • Built-in temperature sensor
  • Thermostat function
  • Time and date display
  • Screen saver – pictures displayed from a memory card

CHPLE- 08/02.2.00

  • KNX switch – 8 keys
  • Functions: ON/OFF, dimming, blind control, scene change, logical functions
  • LED indicators
  • Built-in temperature sensor

KNX module selection consulting

We supply MEAN WELL and GVS KNX modules. We also offer consulting in KNX module selection that will match your requirements. The offer includes modules divided into following categories:

System KNX modules

  • KNX power supply
  • KNX line interface
  • KNX USB interface
  • KNX IP router

KNX interfaces

  • KNX/DALI interface
  • KNX/IP interface

KNX sensors

  • KNX presence sensor
  • KNX movement and light sensor
  • KNX air quality sensor

KNX actuators

  • KNX actuator for light dimming
  • KNX actuator for blinds
  • KNX actuator for valve regulation

KNX switches and touchscreens

Programming and testing of KNX modules

As a KNX partner we offer programming and testing of KNX modules. The KNX system integrator will ensure uninterrupted operation of your smart installation. We work with ETS software. During the programming process we perform the following steps for system implementation:

Fabrication of building and system structure topology

Assignment of physical addresses to all modules based on the topology of the KNX bus.

Parametrization of the modules

Creation of shared addresses

Linking shared objects of different modules

Module programming

Start-up and testing of the system

Documentation creation

Industrial power supplies

Industrial computers

SSD, RAM, Modules




Visaton built-in speakers

Electromechanical components



LCR products