CNS-EnOcean driver remotely controls energy harvesting wireless networks

CNS-EnOcean driver remotely controls energy harvesting wireless networks

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Through its energy harvesting technology EnOcean enables batteryless, maintenance-free wireless sensors and sensor networks with ultra-low power consumption. The modules draw energy from their surroundings, for example from motion, light or temperature differences. This principle enables electronic control systems for building and industrial automation or smart home systems to work independently of an external power supply. The EnOcean radio is internationally standardised as ISO/IEC 14543-3-10 and EnOcean-based components are already installed in over 250,000 buildings worldwide.

The CNS-EnOcean driver brings web technology platforms built on Niagara AX and energy harvesting wireless networks together, without the need for third party commissioning tools or processes. As a result, system integrators can automatically configure and manage EnOcean-based devices in AX, such as batteryless switches, temperature, moisture and CO2 sensors or heating valve actuators, as well as wireless transceivers and gateways. As there is no data IO mapping or labelling required, the CNS-EnOcean driver significantly reduces commissioning time and risk.

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