Connectivity - device integrations
We present a constantly updated list of integrations, automation solutions and communication protocols supported by ConnectorIO.
By design, ConnectorIO is a multi-protocol system, independent of a specific hardware manufacturer, which is why the integration list will be successively increased.
Supported system integrations
One Platform - Many integration standards
We can connect devices already installed and described within the building network, as well as non-standard devices that are added to upgrade the system.
After enabling the device in ConnectorIO, you can control it, visualize its status and automate it based on interactions with all other elements of the ConnectorIO system.
Physical communication - individual system devices must be connected to the ConnectorIO hardware gateway, but they do not need to be physically connected to each other in order to use automation.
Available connection types:
- network interfaces,
- serial communication,
- wireless connectivity.
List of integrations, supported devices and communication protocols
KNX - open standard for commercial building automation.
Most popular standard for wired installations used in commercial real-estate and households. Based on a two-wire system.
ConnectorIO can integrate via IP gateways as well as with serial interfaces.
- "Intelligent" electrical installations.
- Actuators, relays.
- Integration with heating systems.
Open Metering System.
European standard for wireless meters covering: gas, oil, water and electricity. Used for heat reporting and heat cost allocation.
- "smart" electric meters,
- water meters,
- heat meters,
- electrical equipment,
- heat dividers.
ZigBee - Wireless communication protocol.
Swegon - company which develops products for the ventilation and indoor climate systems.
Modbus - serial communications protocol.
A common language for industry-wide integrations. Developed in late 70’s – used till today. Despite the evolution of new standards, an undisputed leader in terms of connectivity.Common use-cases:
- Drivers, process controllers
- Valves, actuators
- Industrial equipment
M-Bus / WM-Bus ®
Works in combination with OMS.
- Wired version M-Bus
- Wireless version WM-Bus
ZWave - Wireless communication protocol.
Siemens S7 ®
Siemens S7 Siematic® - automation system based on Programmable Logic Controller from Siemens
BACnet - Communications protocol for Building Automation and Control (BAC) networks. One of most popular protocols in HVAC in continuous development since 90’s.
ConnectorIO supports BACnet/IP as well as serial interfaces with MSTP.
- Air handling units.
- Valves, actuators.
- Process controllers.
- Heating systems.
Bluetooth - Wireless communication protocol.
Dali - used for digital lighting control.
Early 90's invention of Phillips, still in use with version 2.
DALI 2 is an international standard.
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