The unit KNX ENO 632 serves as a
bidirectional gateway between EnOcean radio devices and the KNX bus. With this device, commands and measured values of EnOcean wireless sensors can be transferred to the KNX bus, for example, to control KNX actuators. Also EnOcean wireless actuators can be controlled via KNX. For EnOcean sensors the device is based on the EnOcean Equipment Profiles (EEP). The implemented profiles mostly are specified in the data sheets of the sensors. For the control of EnOcean actuators corresponding EEPs are emulated.
This means, the gateway sends radio telegrams such as a push button or a window contact. In addition the gateway supports logical and control functions and has a radio repeater included.
The KNX ENO 630 is organized in
24 channels. Each channel can be assigned to one of the following functions:
The configuration of the device and the channels is done using the ETS software via the KNX bus. For the teach-in of the wireless components the keys and the display in the device are used.
The mounting can be done on a wall surface (e.g. brick-work or wood). The mounting holes match for a 55 mm flush-mounted box. The power supply of the device is realized via the bus.
The repeater function is used for extend distances between sensors and actuators. The KNX ENO 630 is a so-called level-1 radio repeater.
The integrated bus monitor function is used for system diagnostics directly on the device. The device can display both EnOcean telegram as well as KNX telegrams.
The KNX ENO Tool software can be used to configure the Links between various EnOcean-Sensors and the KNX/EIB EnOcean-Gateway KNX ENO 630/632/634. The device configuration of the Gateway can be read, modified, exported and saved back to either the same or another Gateway. EnOcean Bus Monitor showing the EnOcean Telegrams send over the KNX Bus.