- Fanless processing device optimized for continuous operation
- Mass memory on MicroSD
- Power: 12-24 VDC - 1A Max
- Z-Wave transceiver
- 1x EIB/KNX port with direct connection through clips
- 1x network port
- KNX telegrams led
- Consumption 1 Watt
Technical sheet Micro
Although the small dimensions, this server is a powerful device designed for KNX and Z-Wave.
Through its KNX bus connector it can control lights, rollers, thermostats, HVAC and through a powerful processor it can elaborate complex logic operation on the data read from KNX. These data can also be stored in the cloud and elaborated in charts displayed on the client apps or sent via e-mail.
It allows to seamlessly control Z-Wave wireless devices from supervision, KNX or other buses (and viceversa) permitting to have a convenient turnkey solution also for restorations or where cabling is not possible.
Another important feature consists in the control of IR transmitters, which allows to control TVs and different multimedia devices through smartphones or tablets. This device provides also integration for IP doorcoms, Philips Hue and BTicino MyHome.
For more details about the compatible Z-Wave products, please click here.
DoorCom and PBX
It allows ThinKnx clients to receive VoIP calls coming from devices with VoIP technology, such as VoIP telephones, IP intercoms (TCS, 2N, Mobotix).
It enables also the VoIP PBX (SIP Server) function that handles VoIP calls on the server.
It allows to collect data from KNX plants (both locally and on the cloud), to generate reports and to continuously store KNX telegrams (logger modality).
It allows to control the Philips Hue lights from KNX bus. In the ThinKnx system different rules can be created to control Hue elements (lights or groups) from KNX and to receive feedbacks from them.
It allows the bidirectional connection of MyHome BTicino plants to KNX plants. Through easy-to-fit tables it is possible to set matching among the messages coming from the two worlds.
It allows to control, in a bidirectional and fully configurable way, Sonos players.
Direct KNX connection
Linux-based appliance with direct connection to the KNX bus (no need of separate IP-router).
An unlimited number of clients (PCs, smartphones or tablets) can simultaneously connect to the server.
It permits the complete management of Z-Wave nodes and the full integration with every ThinKnx functions.
The server acts as a Z-Wave controller allowing to create associations and to change nodes parameters.
Unlimited KNX data-points
There aren't any limitations on the number of KNX entities that can be controlled by our servers.
There are different kinds of switches available: on/off normally open, on/off normally close, on on pressure/off on release, on on pressure, value on pressure, etc.
The lights can be easily dimmered through a simple interface of the client app.
RGB leds can be controlled through KNX.
Rollers and blinds contain KNX groups to move, to stop and to obtain a feedback of shades, blinds, etc.
Heating & Cooling
The chronothermostat is used to interact with a KNX thermostat and allows to set weekly timers to control the temperature. The desired temperature can be hourly and daily set.
Switching can be temporised using two modes: the “Calendar” mode allows to set complex temporisations, while the “Switch Schedule” mode allows to set six weekly temporisations.
The loads control allows to monitor the electric energy consumption following disarm thresholds and rearm intervals.
Scene is a sequence of programmed actions such as the switching on of the lights in a room. This list of action can be predetermined by the user through the scene recording function.
Logics & Math
Logical operations (AND, OR, XOR) and mathematical functions based on values and coming from KNX groups can be created using simple and intuitive interfaces.
Visualize analogical values in the client interface (for example weather data such as wind speed, outdoor temperature, etc.) and to send them to a KNX group (for example to adjust threshold values).
Visualization of IP cameras with MJPEG or RTSP video flow.
Service that allows to send SMS notifications when specific conditions predefined in the ThinKnx Configurator occur (no additional hardware required).
It is possible to perform actions depending on a command or on a specific value sent by the KNX bus (or other integrated systems), for example it is useful to create temperature alarms.
Management of technical alarms with push notification messages (iOS), email and automatic page change in the ThinKnx client interface.
Integration of IR TRANS devices to control TVs, Blurays, Apple TV, etc. directly from ThinKnx client interface (no database required).
Weather forecast can be displayed into the client application.
Reports until 20MB
It allows to collect data up to 20 MB from KNX plants (both locally and on the cloud), to generate reports and to continuously store KNX telegrams (logger modality).