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The new Compact is finally here! A completely re-designed server, unlike any product you've ever seen before. Available in two versions, Compact_20 and Compact_DIN, this server offers an extended set of I/O's and two serial ports, in addition to a small monitor allowing the integrator to easily control the inputs and outputs. The Compact_20/Compact_DIN is the perfect fit for all types of projects, and can be upgraded with all available licenses such as Z-Wave, Lutron, Modbus, Intercom, Security and more.

 Compact 20 / Compact DIN

Figure 1: Compact 20 / Compact DIN

 Compact Display

 Compact Display

 Compact Display

 Compact Display

 Compact Display

 Compact Display

Thinknx Portal is a web tool provided by Thinknx Cloud dedicated to system integrators as well as end-users. Its main goal is to monitor and control single installations as well multiple ones such as multi-branch retail stores or companies, clusters of villas or chain hotels. It allows all the installed servers to be virtually connected regardless of their physical location, and controlled from a centralized user interface.

 Thinknx Portal

Figure 2: Thinknx Portal

The wait is finally over! With firmware version or above, you can now transform any Thinknx server to a KNXNet/IP interface or router. The server will continue to function as a visualization tool, but it can also be used as KNX programming interface or as a KNX IP router connecting different parts of a KNX system together over IP. The Thinknx server can also communicate with other KNXNet/IP interfaces instead of using its own embedded connection to communicate with the bus.​

KNXNet/IP Interface

Figure 3: KNXNet/IP Interface

Thinknx UP is a completely redesigned version of the Classic Thinknx software. It includes additional features for the system integrator and the end user. This guide will help you carry out a complete and successful migration, as well as discover the latest upgrades.

Thinknx UP Migration

Figure 4: Thinknx UP Migration

Thinknx is now supporting integration with IFTTT, a web service that allows the users to create automated tasks through conditional statements known as “Applets”. Applets can be triggered by changes occurring within other web services such as Gmail, Facebook and Outlook. This guide will help you better understand the IFTTT service and configure Thinknx to communicate with it.

Thinknx and IFTTT

Figure 5: Thinknx and IFTTT