Homematic IP User Guide
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©2017 eQ-3 AG Maiburger Straße 29 26789 Leer, Germany www.eQ-3.com All rights reserved. Translation from the original version in German. This manual may not be reproduced in any format, either in whole or in part, nor may it be duplicated or edited by electronic, mechanical or chemical means, without the written consent of the publisher. Typographical and printing errors cannot be excluded. However, the information contained in this manual is reviewed on a regular basis and any necessary corrections will be implemented in the next edition. We accept no liability for technical or...

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Release January 2019: • Voice Control for Homematic IP • Optimum start/stop function • Heating system control and hot water supply with HmIP-MIOB /HmIP-WHS2 • Implementation of the Homematic IP Contact Interface flush-mount – 1 channel Release May/June 2018: • New devices - HmIP-SLO - HmIP-BSL • Description of the optimum start/stop function for floor heating systems Release March 2018: • Description of extended security configuration • Description of weather sensor functions • Additional information about range extension and device updates • General adjustments and updates (e.g. floor heating

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A smart home describes a house or flat that is equipped with an intelligent system, offering automation, control, regulation and monitoring of recurring functional processes and applications within the own four walls. Modern smart home solutions offer remote access, e.g. via smartphone or tablet and cover a wide range of application areas. These include climate and access control, security and alarm functions as well as light control or weather information and time or climate-dependent regulation of smart home functionalities. The Homematic IP User Guide offers comprehensive information...

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In over 35 years, the ELV-/eQ-3 group has developed from a technology pioneer to one of the European market leaders in smart home. eQ-3 stands for innovation across a broad spectrum of technologies which, when combined with one another, represent a major leap in customer-oriented solutions. In the smart home area, there are numerous examples in wireless technology and mechatronics - amongst others in electronic radiator thermostats. The eQ-3 Group has core expertise in battery operation, as well as in communication between two or more battery-operated devices. With its smart home products,...

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Wireless Home Control WIRELESS HOME CONTROL What is a smart home? A smart home offers automation of recurring day-to-day operations and tasks in houses or flats: While using an appropriate system, different (technical) devices and functionalities can be connected throughout one household, offering most comfortable control and automation of recurring tasks. An intelligent home control system makes your house a smart home – literally an “intelligent house”. It increases the security level in your living environment, helps to save energy and increases the personal living comfort. A climate...

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Wireless Home Control Comparison of smart home technologies For the transmission of data in the smart home area, i.e. communication between single components within buildings, the following technologies are primarily used nowadays: • radio communication, • wired BUS systems and • Powerline adapters (via current distribution in the house). Every system has its specific advantages and disadvantages. Which system to choose depends, for example, on the intended purpose of either installing the smart home system in a new building or, alternatively, of retrofitting a home. Furthermore, there are...

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Wireless Home Control Cons: • Interferences caused by other systems: Depending on the radio frequency used, the communication between the wireless devices can be interfered by other radio systems. This becomes particularly difficult, if the radio system works on the same frequency like WLAN routers, Bluetooth devices or video and audio streaming systems. Homematic IP works on a frequency band that is insensitive to influences by these systems. • Wireless range: The wireless range of devices is limited. But, however, it is sufficient for most situations in private households. If the wireless...

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Wireless Home Control Powerline uses the existing infrastructure available in every household: the domestic power supply system. Furthermore, there are systems using coaxial cables that have already been installed (antenna cable for radio or television reception) for the transmission of data. Powerline solutions are ideal if laying cables is too complex or a wireless solution can hardly be installed due to difficult constructional prerequisites. Pros: • High data rate: One advantage is that Powerline adapters offer a high data rate which is ideal for LAN applications such as video...

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Wireless Home Control Based on the numerous advantages, eQ-3 has decided to choose a wireless system for an ideal smart home solution. The modern and efficient system Homematic IP 1. is very reliable and robust, 2. can be easily operated and set-up by anyone, 3. is future-proof and ideally prepared for the Internet of Things thanks to IPv6, 4. offers a high wireless range between 150 and 400 m (depending on the device), 5. uses the radio frequencies 868.3 MHz and 869.525 MHz for communication and is therefore interference-proof against WLAN, Bluetooth, radio technology and video streaming...

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Wireless Home Control Wireless range eQ-3 benefits from more than 30 years of experience in the field of wireless technology for smart home applications. Homematic IP is based on the same particularly effective and robust wireless technology like Homematic and has proven its market success with millions of devices. The wireless range of Homematic IP exceeds the standard requirements of a typical installation. Depending on the device type, a wireless range between 150 and 400 meters in the open air can be reached. Experience shows that in less than 1 % of installations repeaters are used to...

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All Homematic IP by eQ-3 catalogs and technical brochures

  1. HmIP-PSM-UK

    1 Pages

  2. HmIP-VDMOT

    1 Pages

  3. HmIP-PDT-UK

    1 Pages

  4. HmIP-DRBLI4

    2 Pages

  5. HmIP-FBL

    2 Pages

  6. HmIP-FROLL

    2 Pages

  7. HmIP-DRDI3

    2 Pages

  8. HmIP-eTRV-E

    2 Pages

  9. HmIP-DLD

    2 Pages

  10. HmIP-DRSI4

    2 Pages

  11. HmIP-SWD

    2 Pages

  12. HmIP-SLO

    1 Pages

  13. HmIP-DRSI1

    2 Pages

  14. HmIP-SWDM

    2 Pages

  15. HmIP-FSI16

    2 Pages

  16. HmIP-eTRV-B

    2 Pages

  17. HmIP-WTH-B

    2 Pages

  18. HmIP-ASIR-2

    2 Pages

  19. HmIP-ASIR-O

    2 Pages

  20. HmIP-PCBS

    1 Pages

  21. HmIP-SWO-PR

    1 Pages

  22. HmIP-SWO-B

    1 Pages

  23. HmIP-WRC6

    2 Pages

  24. HmIP-FSM16

    1 Pages

  25. HmIP-FSM

    1 Pages

  26. HmIP-KRCA

    1 Pages

  27. HmIP-SPI

    2 Pages

  28. HMIP-WRC2

    2 Pages

  29. HmIP-STHD

    1 Pages

  30. HmIP-STH

    1 Pages

  31. HmIP-KRC4

    2 Pages

  32. HmIP-RC8

    2 Pages

  33. HmIP-SMI

    2 Pages

  34. HmIP-PSM-UK

    1 Pages

  35. HmIP-WTH-2

    2 Pages

  36. HMIP-SWDO

    2 Pages

  37. HmIP-eTRV-2

    2 Pages

  38. HMIP-HAP-UK

    2 Pages