The new Ekinex Easy EK-ER2-TP room thermostat offers the end user a very simple and intuitive interface and at the same time can be easily integrated into a home automation system with many other KNX functions. Easy allows you to easily control radiator systems, radiant floor, wall and ceiling panels and fan coil units to create an ideal climate at all times. Easy also means a single setpoint - distinct for heating and cooling operation - and a single operating mode.
To meet the growing need for "tailor made"" products, ekinex® has expanded its Symbol's library with new icons that you can use on the whole range of plastic keyboards, metal and Fenix NTM.In addition to those offered on its website, ekinex® offers the possibility to print the icons created or suggested by customers (in vectorial format at, eps, dwg, dxf or pdf) and according to your tastes and needs. All you have to do is unleash your imagination!
Tense proudly presents one of their newest family Motivity members, Motivity Plus. This new surface-mount motion detector: has a very elegant design is subtle, thanks to its 73 mm diameter is weatherproof (IP54) has no visible lens is available in black and white can be used for indoor and outdoor use available on KNX and 12V DC Because this KNX detector is a part of the product range Motivity, they also have a built-in brightness and temperature sensor on top of its motion detecting capabilities (Motivity Plus White). The black version supports motion and temperature sensing. These products are already available to order on our store.
The Lucia switch combines touch-technology with a high ‘fun factor’, maintaining CJC’s strict design in aluminium material. Pleasing to the eye and thanks to its frisky technology you will enjoy the swiping experience every day again. CJC gave their new collection the name Lucia, with a nod to the Latin Lux or Italian Luce, as a reference to the possibility of controlling your lights with Lucia, but also referring to the RGB light incorporated in the touch sensitive bars, which react on your movements and indicate where to touch the switch. The first thing you see when you enter a dark room is a subtle light, coming from...