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Free choice

Modbus, EnOcean, conventional installation or KNX: the optimal wiring method depends on the conditions of the building and the needs of the user. Thanks to the flexible installation concept, you will benefit from all technical possibilities and innovations in the future. The independence from the programming standards and the wiring method assures that the house and the technology will be able to change together with the occupants. In every stage of life, all options follow the changing needs.

Installation systems

Details installation systems

myGEKKO RIO

The main function of the RIO modules is the data logging and the triggering of the digital or analogue outputs.The myGEKKO is equipped with RIO-16, RIO-29 and RIO-37 modules.

The RIO-16 module offers 8 digital outputs with 230VAC 16A and can switch almost all loads of the household.
From analogue and digital IOs up to several interfaces such as M-Bus, RS232, RS485, the RIO-29 module offers everything you need.
The RIO-37 is equipped with 16 digital inputs and outputs 24VDC and various interfaces like M-Bus, RS232, RS485.
 
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Currently, the following interface is supported:
Direct connection to the myGEKKO via RS-485

myGEKKO Raumbus

myGEKKO Raumbus is a KNX-based installation concept with focus on cable-saving wiring and simple configuration.

The communication between the myGEKKO and the Raumbus system takes place via a Raumbus gateway. It is possible to connect up to 64 Raumbus devices.
 
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Currently, the following interfaces are supported:
Direct connection to the myGEKKO via USB interface 330 and IP interface 730

myGEKKO & SMI

The Standard Motor Interface SMI is a unified interface for electric drives.

With the myGEKKO SMI interface you can link and control SMI-capable shutters and blinds with the myGEKKO. The myGEKKO is able to send output signals such as UP/DOWN, position or tilting, as well as to read input signals as the actual position.
 
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Currently, the following interface is supported:
Direct connection to the myGEKKO via RS485

myGEKKO & KNX

The KNX unit can be connected serially or via LAN network.Sensors and actuators can be integrated via myGEKKO.

Thanks to myGEKKO, also existing KNX systems can be visualised and interlinked with external systems such as Modbus, Enocean, Telenot, heating systems, Multiroom Audio, LAN .
 
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Currently, the following interface is supported:
Direct connection to the myGEKKO via RS232

myGEKKO & Enocean

With the myGEKKO EnOcean USB300 interface you can connect EnOcean-capable radio units to the myGEKKO.

In buildings where solutions can only be implemented with a complex installation, the sensors can be installed using wireless technology. The radio standard EnOcean is a battery-free wireless technology. It allows to integrate sensors, push-buttons or temperature sensors, as well as actuators and dimmers.
 
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Currently, the following interfaces are supported:
Direct connection to the myGEKKO via EnOcean USB300
With myGEKKO ENO Node LAN-EnOcean REG

myGEKKO & Wago

myGEKKO and the wide range or terminals of the Wago I/O system 750 allow the implementation of solutions which cover the most disparate requirements and interlink several units.
 
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Currently, the following interfaces are supported:
WAGO 750-315 directly connected to the myGEKKO via RS485
WAGO 750-352 via Ethernet

myGEKKO & DMX

The myGEKKO DMX Interface allows you to integrate DMX light control units in the myGEKKO concept.

DMX is a control bus based on the interface RS485 for the switching and dimming of lights and is primarly used in LED technology applications.
 
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Currently, the following interfaces are supported:
Direct connection to the myGEKKO via USB-RS485
With myGEKKO DMX Node LAN-DMX REG mounting

myGEKKO & Beckhoff

The myGEKKO Beckhoff Interface allows you to integrate the Beckhoff coupler and the IO modules in the myGEKKO concept.

The bus terminal system is the universal interface between a field bus system and the sensor / actuator level. A unit consists of a bus coupler as head station, and up to 64 electronic series terminals, the last one being an end terminal.
 
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Currently, the following interfaces are supported:
You can connect 2 couplers to the myGEKKO.
  • Beckhoff BK7000 series (connection via RS 485)
  • Beckhoff BK9000 series (connection via LAN/TCP)

myGEKKO & LCN

The myGEKKO LCN interface allows to integrate LCN bus components in the myGEKKO concept.

The myGEKKO is able to receive several input signals as well as to send output signals. The connections e.g. between the buttons and the lights can be created with myGEKKO and modified at any time.
 
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Currently, the following interfaces are supported:
Direct connection to the myGEKKO via LAN
With LCN-PCHK software and LCN-PKU coupler

myGEKKO & KaControl

With the software interface myGEKKO & KaControl you can connect the KaControl room controller to the myGEKKO via Modbus.

The interface allows the bidirectional modification of the room setpoint value in order to realize the time control with the myGEKKO.
 
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Currently, the following interface is supported:
Direct connection to the myGEKKO via Modbus RTU

myGEKKO & Bluecon

Using the Bluecon room controllers in combination with the myGEKKO, you can control the indoor climate in an easy way.

 
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Currently, the following interfaces are supported:
Connection via RIO29 or RIO37 to the port AUX1 RS485 or AUX2.

myGEKKO & Phoenix Contact

The bus coupler is the interface between the Modbus-RTU/AS-CII system and the Inline installation system.

With the bus coupler you can connect up to 61 Inline terminals to an existing Modbus-RTU/ASCII system. The bus coupler and the Inline terminals form a station with max. 63 local bus nodes. It is possible to operate up to 8 PCP nodes on the bus coupler.
 
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Currently, the following interfaces are supported:
Modbus RTU/ASCII via RS-485 for Modbus directly to the myGEKKO

myGEKKO & M-Bus

M-Bus (Meter-Bus) is a field bus for consumption data acquisition.

The transmission is made serially on a reverse polarity protected two-wire line from the connected slaves to a master. In this case, the master is the myGEKKO Slide. All counter values are securely saved in the M-Bus slaves, i.e. in the energy meters. In case of power outage there is no loss of data.
 
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HTTP commands

It is possible to send freely definable HTTP commands with the myGEKKO using the network. This allows you to control the devices which support HTTP commands with the myGEKKO.
 
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Currently, the following interface is supported:
Directly to the myGEKKO via LAN

myGEKKO & Dali

DALI - Digital Addressable Lighting Interface - is a manufacturer-independent interface standard for the intelligent lighting management.

From simple switching and dimming up to light curves, constant light control and mood lighting, you can configure the illumination directly on the myGEKKO Slide.
 
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myGEKKO & Modbus

The Modbus protocol is a communication protocol based on a master/slave architecture.

As it is an open protocol, Modbus has become the de-facto standard in the industry sector. It is increasingly gaining importance in building automation, too.
 
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