KNX is the worldwide standard for home and building control. It is the successor to the three previous standards BatiBUS, the European Installation BUS (EIB) and the European Home System Protocol (EHS). The standard is based on the communication stack of EIB and expanded by the physical layers, configuration modes and application experience of EHS and BatiBUS.
As KNX is approved as an international standard (ISO/IEC 14543-3), European standard (EN 50090, EN 13321-1), as well as a Chinese standard (GB/T 20965) and US standard (ANSI/ASHRAE 135), it is future-proof.
Devices and systems utilizing the KNX standard have to comply with the international and national regulations imposed by implemented communication protocols such as the selection of frequencies or electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) limitations.
To ensure compliance, functionality and interoperability of your KNX products, our experts provide you comprehensive testing and certification services in cooperation with the KNX Association.
The KNX services by TÜV Rheinland can support you with:
Our experts are happy to answer your questions and provide you additional information on KNX. Contact us!
Being in an active partnership with the KNX Association, we offer extensive KNX certification and training services. Our laboratories are accredited by the KNX Association and provide you with independent testing for your devices and systems around the world.
Our services include:
Our KNX certification tests follow the KNX Standard Part 5 “KNX Certification of Products”.
In addition, we offer further testing of:
KNX is suitable for applications and functions in home and building control like:
If you have any questions concerning KNX, please do not hesitate in contacting us. We are available around the clock, seven days a week.
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KNX Association is a non-profit-oriented organization. It consists of leading companies active in the many fields of home and building control. The association currently has more than 340 members accounting for more than 80% of the home and building control devices sold in Europe. Worldwide, the KNX Association has partnership agreements with more than 40,000 installer companies in 125 countries, more than 100 technical universities and over 275 training centers.