How to build KNX electrical cabinet?
Over 200 pages of information and tips for installation specialists and KNX/EIB switch cabinet constructors
How to build an electric switch cabinet for the KNX/EIB system? What are the methods of assembly of equipment in the cabinet?
Installation specialists and smart home system designers often seek answers to these and many similar questions regarding the design and implementation of KNX/EIB systems. Browsing hundreds of pages of general material is time-consuming and ineffective. This, however, can be avoided.
We had fathered information useful for installation specialists and designers in the guide 'How to build KNX electrical cabinet?'
We will guide you step by step through the process of assembly and equipping of large electric switch cabinets. We will also remind you what you need to remember about, and what should be handled with the most care.
The guide is designed to help you in situations which installation specialists and designers encounter when executing smart systems. Numerous examples show typical or particularly recommended solutions. Thanks to them you will quickly be able to evaluate which actions will be best in a given case. The guide is supplemented by many diagrams and illustrations, the analysis of which will help you implement practically the described examples.
Here is a list of all topics covered by the guide:
- Chapter I – Rules of construction and assembly of the interior of the switch cabinets
- Preliminary work
- Building the cabinet frame
- Installation of the components of the cabinet
- Chapter II – Installation of the equipment of the cabinet
- Phase A – Distribution of terminals and modular devices
- Phase B – Wire connections of the devices
- Phase C – Measurements
- Phase D – Finishing touches
- Chapter III – Switch cabinet metering protocol templates:
- Electrical circuit insulation tests of the cabinet
- Functional tests of residual current protection
How much is the knowledge gathered in the publication worth?
Even up to 25 000 EUR – this is its value after you have taken a few orders for the execution of complete KNX/EIB switch cabinets.
170 EUR – this is what a training seminar on the subject would cost, for one person, in a lecture hall.
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Ordering the guide 'How to build an electric switch cabinet for the KNX/EIB system?' you will also receive:
Bonus 1: special report: 'Which KNX/EIB system to choose?'
This report contains answers to questions like:
How to select the most suitable system for a particular building?
What are the prices of the individual components of the systems in relation to the data transmission medium?
You will also read about three types of control media: radio waves, the electrical power network, and the system bus.
Here is a list of topics covered in this free report:
- Choice of a KNX/EIB system
- Instabus KNX/EIB system
- Description of the Powernet subsystem – control via the 230V power network
- Description of the RadioBus system – control via radio waves
- Instabus or Powernet?
- Cost comparison of KNX/EIB subsystems
- Prices of basic equipment for KNX systems
Bonus 2: A general guide to 14 smart home systems available in Europe, with a table comparing their 36 features in detail.
Bonus 3: A 167-page basic guide to Smart Home Systems
What do the readers think about the Guide?
A few days ago I had decided to purchase one of the guidebooks offered by the website SMARThome.eu. As a freshly promoted engineer who is just starting his adventure with smart systems, I had decided to confront my knowledge on construction of switch cabinets, with the contents of the guide 'How to build an electric switch cabinet for the KNX system'. I was expecting a very technical approach to the matter, but was totally surprised. Instead of technical babble I found simple tips, complicated and often illegible diagrams were replaced with clear drawings and photographs from actual projects, and at the end of the guide - a complete set of document templates for control checks and commissioning. After having read this guide I had only one thought - if the textbooks used during studies were written like this guide, one could have learned a lot more.
My recommendation - Karol Wantuch (student, no experience)
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Summary - what you will get as part of this offer:
- Over 200 pages of information and tips for installation specialists and constructors of electric switch cabinets for the KNX/EIB system.
- Information guidebook 'How to build an electrical switch cabinet for the KNX/EIB system?'
- Bonus 1: A 167-page basic guide to Smart Home Systems
- Bonus 2: 20 pages about 14 smart home systems available in Europe
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