CONTROL W

Virtual. Individual. Sensational.

Component of

CONTROL W is a server client application for the EIBPORT and the FACILITYMASTER. The software enables local operation of the KNX components from the PC. Up to 100 workstation visualisations per EIBPORT or 2000 per FACILITYMASTER can be configured.

Individual conditions.

With CONTROL W users control lighting, shading and room temperature conveniently and easily. This ensures more efficient work under individual conditions. For building operators, the software offers a high savings potential. Room operating elements, such as push-button sensors, can be replaced by CONTROL W and thus saved. In contrast to other software solutions, there is no project data on the office PCs other than the client application for visualisation. All data is managed centrally in EIBPORT or FACILITYMASTER.

Multifunction push button sensor

Thanks to the graphical user interface, the cumbersome editing of configuration files with a text editor is not necessary. Importing ETS® data additionally simplifies address assignment. By adapting the software – instead of new operating elements and cabling – changes in use in the building can be reacted to quickly and without additional installation costs. Access is protected by user name and password.

+ Central administration

+ User administration

+ Cost savings through less wiring and KNX push-button sensors

+ More efficient working conditions through individual control

+ Graphical operation via platform-independent PC Widget

+ Up to 100 PCs with EIBPORT and

+ 2000 PCs FACILITYMASTER

Test online now: Virtual EIBPORT

Make use of our new virtual EIBPORT. Simply place a reservation, call up “BAB STARTER” via the free application, sign up and get started right away. Get familiar with the LOGIKEDITOR, CUBEVISION, CONTROL L, and the visualisation editor. Present visualisation examples, or optionally use the virtual EIBPORT for convenient, location- and system-independent project planning.

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≫ Download the Virtual EIBPORT documentation

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