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The current trends in building technology!
The current trends in building technology make life safer, simpler and more convenient. High-level building automation systems are often cost-intensive, feature-rich complete solutions that are not always easily comprehensible and can only be installed by highly specialised companies. With AFRISOLab, AFRISO now offers an intelligent, simple solution for the tank, heating system and water technology product range. AFRISOLab is an excellent vantage point into the world of building automation and security and safety technology: It allows for an easy start and can be modularly extended depending on individual requirements. AFRISO uses the wireless transmission technology of the EnOcean Alliance. This wireless technology excels with an impressive signal range and very low energy consumption. It uses so-called energy harvesting technology which taps energy sources from the environment, such as movements, light or temperature differences so that the sensors do not need a power supply. This technology offers an ideal foundation for high quality, functionality and flexibility on the way towards smarthome solutions. The ultimate EnOcean system networks all alarm systems, heating systems, air conditioning systems, lighting systems, shutters, doors, windows and garage doors with the central AFRISOLab Assist building controller - and it is completely wireless. The building controller acquires, stores and processes all sensor data and consumption data. AFRISOLab Assist then transmits the required messages, measured values, events, etc. to smartphones or tablet PCs via Internet or GSM and allows the user to respond appropriately. AFRISO already offers sensors and actuators for water, temperature and air (CO2 and humidity) as well as a range of WATCHDOG alarm units (Minimelder low level alarm, Maximelder high level alarm, TankControl, water alarm unit ÖWU) with EnOcean wireless technology.
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