Energy efficiency, comfort, safety and flexibility – these are the requirements placed on modern buildings today. A bus system meets these challenges thanks to intelligent networking and room automation. Whether in one-family homes or large properties - WAREMA solutions guarantee reliable control of the sun shading system in a smart building.
Whether KNX, LonWorks® or BAline - these technologies offer the highest flexibility and widest functional variety for every project.
Perfect working conditions and the highest level of living comfort through automation of all products according to individual requirements.
Intelligent networking of an unlimited number of sun shading products and other function groups.
Prevention of storm damage due to wind monitoring and more.
The sun shading is based on the position of the sun and the temperature and thus lowers heating and air conditioning costs.
Energy efficiency, comfort, safety and flexibility – these are the requirements placed on modern buildings today. And we have the technology to meet all these requirements: KNX – the global standard for home and building automation. This allows all functions in the building to be connected and controlled easily. Whether sun shading, light, air conditioning, heating or safety systems – with KNX, all of these power consumers can be controlled centrally using an operating element or even automatically through intelligent sensors.
WAREMA components can be integrated seamlessly into KNX networks. Sun shading and lighting in the office are controlled automatically. The networked central weather station, which is also used for operation and parameterisation, provides the necessary weather data.
A wide range of technologies work side by side in the area of building automation. LonWorks® ensures that components as varied as sun shading systems, heating, cooling and lighting work together without problems. This opens up many different options: for example, windows and outside doors close if a storm occurs and the sun shading system moves into the shading position – damage and danger are avoided. All products with LonWorks® standard work together regardless of the manufacturer. That means you can benefit from decades of proven WAREMA quality for the automation of your construction project.
The WAREMA LonWorks(R) components fit perfectly into every LonWorks(R) network. In offices, they control the sun shading system, lighting and window drives through an automated process. Weather data from a networked weather station is fed into the system, where they are even available to third-party devices. The comfort and safety function actuators can be adapted for various types of use and changes of use. The LonMark® standard permits the connection of third-party units and higher-order systems.
WAREMA BAline uses a modular approach to make room automation more flexible. Depending on requirements, the most diverse power consumers are connected to the freely programmable BAline modules and linked to the building automation network in room automation units. Changes in usage and retrofitting require minimal effort. This makes BAline a strong building block for variable and future-oriented usage concepts in the construction project.
Modularisable control systems allow the seamless combination of different items of equipment in room automation units based on a single family of devices. The modular WAREMA BAline control system satisfies the prerequisites for the straightforward planning, configuration and commissioning of room automation units. Energy efficiency, thermal and visual comfort can be brought into harmony from the facade in.
Thanks to their open and manufacturer-independent protocol as well as their simple integration into existing on-site systems, WAREMA Modbus actuators are a convincing choice. Components are actuated with Modbus commands from a higher-level control system. With the Modbus studio commissioning tool, actuators can be assigned Modbus addresses and can be parameterised and loaded. This makes WAREMA Modbus actuators the most cost-efficient solution when it comes to building automation for sun shading systems.