Loxone and E+E Elektronik – Control Software and Sensors for Building Automation
Loxone Config is a professional software tool for centralised control of smart homes. This software by Austrian automation experts Loxone delivers pre-configured modules for all features used in the field of building automation – no matter whether this is a smart home, commercial property, or a special application.
Building Control with Loxone Config & App
The smart devices first need to be installed and configured using a PC with the Loxone Config Software. Using the corresponding app, a wide variety of automation solutions (from lighting and climate control to garden irrigation) can be operated simply and intuitively via smartphone, tablet or PC.
Simple Integration of E+E Sensors
Loxone is continually enhancing its control software. The current version Loxone Config 11 now also includes Modbus templates for the following E+E sensors for measuring relative humidity, temperature, CO2 or air velocity:
- Temperature: EE074, EE431, EE441, EE451, EE471
- Humidity + temperature: EE072, EE210, EE310
- CO2 + humidity + temperature: EE800
- Air velocity: EE650
The benefits for the user: the E+E sensors can be selected and added to the control system with just a few clicks – without much configuration overhead or programming skills.
Video Tutorial: How to connect E+E Modbus devices at Loxone Config software
Climate Sensors Ensure Optimum Indoor Atmosphere
The measured values determined by the E+E climate sensors form the basis for intelligent heating control, air conditioning and room ventilation. In this way, the E+E sensors ensure an optimal indoor atmosphere and energy-efficient climate control.
In combination with the Loxone software, the E+E sensors enable demand-controlled air conditioning of the building and help to sustainably reduce energy costs.
E+E Sensors for Building Automation
E+E sensors for climate monitoring are characterised by their high accuracy and reliability. They enable exact measuring and monitoring of relative humidity, temperature, CO2 concentration or air velocity – not only in residential buildings, but also in commercial and industrial applications.