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onsemi explains the evolution of KNX

By onsemi


KNX is an open standard for building automation and management systems in residential, commercial and industrial buildings. As an independent standard, with mandatory certification, it guarantees interoperability between devices from various manufacturers. A large part of the attractiveness of the KNX ecosystem is its independence from any one single vendor or system integrator. The vast network of manufacturers and installers worldwide secures availability of interoperable solutions for future maintenance, renovation and expansion of buildings.

On the technical plus sides are the robust communication and flexibility of medium, ensuring scalable implementations with easy manageability from private residences to large campuses. To which KNX Secure adds a layer of protection against malfeasance in more recent equipment.
Today these benefits mean KNX is the most adopted and widely spread building automation standard, steadily gaining more and more traction worldwide.

Worldwide Standard
: KNX is a worldwide standard, at the following organizations:

International standard (ISO/IEC 145433)


European standard (CENELEC EN 50090 and CEN EN 133211)


US standard (ANSI/ASHRAE 135)


Chinese National Standard (GB/T 20965)


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