Now you can control light, heating, fresh air supply and blinds, thanks to Busch-Jaeger KNX control elements.
January 27th, 2014
Be it in residences or on business premises, networked structures work much more efficiently than individual systems. They reduce energy consumption and thus operating costs, while offering added comfort and security.
Enter Busch-Jaeger KNX control elements, which are able to control light, heating, fresh air supply and blinds, and integrate media technology and the internet.
Busch-priON® enables users to control and monitor functions in the entire room. From light to scenes, timers, the blind control unit, and the heating control unit, all can be controlled simply and intuitively via a rotary dial, while freely programmable functions can be called up via the rocker switches.
Busch-ComfortTouch® unites the functions of a home control system, and is an information and entertainment centre with the highest design requirements. You can use Busch-ComfortTouch® to switch lamps on and off, dim them, control blinds, room temperature or select scenes comprising a combination of the above-named functions – even via remote control. There is also an integrated audio and video player, while a presence simulation function and alarm message display provide added security. The system can be connected to the internet, enabling users to access emails, the latest stock market news, the weather forecast or traffic information. Operation is simple and easy via a touch screen.
The Millenium collection is the first metal range to incorporate the KNX system. It is based on a combinable concept, which creates a very comprehensive range, suitable for any type of need.
Millenium KNX is ideal for homes hotels, offices and shops.
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