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Building Automation Training Center

Training Course: KNX Basic Course

com. dealing in home automation.Certified Training Center # 1857 General Information: Course Description The purpose of the KNX Basic Course is to provide participant information about the below chapters in KNX (EIB) Systems:  System argument  Communication  Topology  Bus devices  Installation  Telegram  Powerline  Planning  Commissioning  Diagnostic At the end of the training.lb . through KNX (EIB) devices.com. basic home & office automation networks.lb. Registration Please find the registration form on www. the participant will have the knowledge to design.00 per participant for the complete duration of the 5 days (40 hours). to commission. and to trouble shoot.com.lb 3 weeks in advance of the training dates. including the KNX Certification exam.KNX BASIC COURSE . The participants are responsible for paying their travel and hotel accommodation themselves however a support in accommodation may be provided by the management of BATC. to implement. Street 11. Please send signed form to batc@batc. Mkalles 2701 2327 / Lebanon Target Audience Any technically qualified person.batc. Lunch and coffee during the training is offered by BATC.BATC. Venue BATC Courses take place at BATC Offices located in 171. The registration is considered as “first come first served”.0 Sept.-12 . could attend the course. Page |2 V5. and mainly electrical engineers. Training Cost Each training session has a course fee of USD 1250.

Tel:+961 1 683770 x 103 Page |3 V5. we shall reserve the right to pass on these charges to the participant.lb . Certification Each student will have the KNX Basic Certificate upon completion of the courseware with successful results in theoretical and practical exam. In the event of cancellation / no show of the participant. batc@batc. These laptops contain all the examples to be used. This documentation is used at a later stage during design and implementation of KNS systems. if we are charged for hotel services which have not been used. the complete course fee will be charged. Contact For More details about trainings and training information. and will remain the ownership of each student.lb . Each group of two users is provided with a set of devices that are interconnected using the KNX bus showing the various devices. Successful completion of the Basic course will entitle a discount while purchasing the online ETS Professional.com. On Hand Tools Each group of two users is provided with a laptop where the KNX software to be trained on is provided throughout the training period. Marina Beledian.BATC. Those panels are for training purposes and could be purchased for further in-house tests. Manuals Each user is provided one set of hard copy of the documentation used during the training. A copy of ETS4 Lite License is provided to be used on a personal laptop. please contact Mrs. Hard copies of the presentation and exercises are joined to the manuals to allow taking notes.-12 .KNX BASIC COURSE .com.Certified Training Center # 1857 Cancellation / No show of participant In case the participant cancels the training course in less than 10 days from the beginning of the course or does not show for the course. Replacement of a participant within the company’s staff is accepted at any time without cost.0 Sept.

9. KNX Media 4.BATC.2.0 Sept. 4. 8. Introduction Internal structure of a Bus Coupling Unit Type Definition of an Application Module Overview of principal KNX standardized system profiles 4.com. 7. 6. KNX Association: A Brief Outline Goals of the KNX Association KNX: the Technology KNX System specification 4. 2. Standardized Datapoint Types (DPT) 6.1. 9. 4. 2. System 2 and System 7 Characteristics Application Function: Dimming with Start/Stop Telegram Dimming with Cyclical Telegrams Application Function: 'Dimming Actuator' Application: Drive Control Sensor Application: Drive Control Drive Control Object Structure 5.001 6.2. 3. Switch (1. System 1 (TP1/PL110) – TP1 System 2 – TP1 System 7 4. 8. Areas of application for the various media ETS Professional Version KNX Interworking Success Rate The Advantages of KNX Selling the benefits 5.lb .Certified Training Center # 1857 Synopsis Basic Course Chapter I: KNX System arguments 1.-12 .1. 3. 4.2. Chapter II: KNX Bus Devices 1. 7.1. 6. Chapter III: KNX Communication 1. Flags 5. Functional block Shutter Control Page |4 V5. Basic Method of Operation Individual Address Group Address Group Object 4. 3. 10.KNX BASIC COURSE . 2. Useful Data of a TP1 telegram 6.1.

5.Certified Training Center # 1857 6.6.7. Commissioning devices 4.1. Checking the local domain address (System ID) 6.001) 6.2.KNX BASIC COURSE . 8. Cable Lengths between two TP 1 Bus Devices 11. Opening a project 2.BATC.1.3.1.-12 . Bus access 2. Selecting a view 2.5.00x) TP1 Bit Structure TP1 Telegram Collision Superimposing Data and Supply Voltage Connection of the Power Supply Unit to the TP1 Bus TP1 Cable Lengths 11. Reconfiguration 3. Implementing project design changes 3. Switch Control (2.4. Assigning individual addresses 2. 9. KNX Powerline commissioning 6.3. Configuring the local device 2.lb . Configuring the interface 2. Cable Length between TP1 Power Supply Unit and TP1 Bus Device 11. Local or imported projects 2. 2 Starting the commissioning 2.2.2. Unloading devices 5. Loading the application (application software) 3.2. 2 Octet Float Value (9.3. Loading the basic configuration (setting the repeater status) Page |5 V5. Downloading 2. Commissioning requirements 1. Total Cable Length per TP 1 Line Segment 7.0 Sept.8.1.com. Functional Block “Dimming” 6. Commissioning 1.3.4. Chapter IV: KNX Commissioning ETS4 1. Resetting devices 6.1. 11. Reprogramming filter tables 3. Checking the domain address (System ID) 6.3.2. 10.

1.5.1. Starting and stopping a telegram recording 4. reading out devices 4. Diagnostics: Project Check 7. Diagnostics and fault location 2.2.. Listing all existing addresses in a line 3. Device Check 7. Devices in Programming Mode 2. Opening telegrams from file 4. Product Information Check 8.6. Group addresses: Read value 6. Bus Monitoring 4.3.1.4. 2.3. Group monitoring 4.4. Saving telegrams 4.KNX BASIC COURSE . Clearing the telegram list 4.. Replaying telegrams 5. Topology Check 7.2. Diagnostics: Online Installation Diagnostics Wizard 10. Group Address Check 7. Properties of individual telegrams 4.3.BATC.com.0 Sept. Group addresses: Write value 7. Diagnostics: Online Error Diagnostics 9. Diagnostics: Bus monitoring and Group monitoring 4.2. Diagnostics: Tool Diagnostics Page |6 V5. Options for telegram recording 4.-12 .9.lb . Checking if an address exists and locating the device 2.7. Diagnostics: Individual Addresses. Diagnostics: Device Info.8.Certified Training Center # 1857 Chapter V: ETS4 Diagnostics 1.

The ETS concept 1. Structuring and planning reserves 4.BATC. Creating a new project 2. Project design with ETS – The principles 1. Support from ETS when setting up larger size topologies: 5. Which properties of the screen elements are stored in a workspace? 2. Starting the project design 3. Other modifiable properties that are not saved in workspaces: 3. Shortcut keys 4. Project details 2.4. Workspaces.7. Device parameters 3.3.4. General information about ETS 1.2. TP. Opening existing projects 2.lb . Installation of ETS 1. Opening a project with ETS 2.6.-12 . The export functions 2.8.9.6. 6 Interlinked building structures 6.5. Starting ETS 1.1. Inserting devices.5. Product Finder 3. How can you now create your own workspaces? 2. Configuring group addresses 3. Properties of the devices 3. systematic descriptions 6. Editing group objects 3. 3 Quick project design with ETS 3.2.2.2.1.10. toolbars and Favorites 2. Foreword 2.3.com. System requirements 1.0 Sept. The import functions 1.2.4.1. Project design views 3.8. Examples of device descriptions: 7.3.KNX BASIC COURSE .7. Assignment of group addresses Chapter VII: KNX Project Design with ETS: Advanced 1. Group addresses Advanced Page |7 V5. General aspects 1.1. Licences 1.2. IP) 6.Certified Training Center # 1857 Chapter VI: KNX Project Design ETS4: Basic 1. Creating a building structure 3. Advanced topology 4. Dashboard tabs 1.3. 5 Different media (Powerline.1.1.

9.BATC. Taking the building structure into account 10. 10. project documentation and archiving 12.2.5. Copying with options 8.lb . Page |8 V5. Dynamic folders 8.6. General considerations 10. Group address settings 7. Creating large numbers of group addresses 8 Professional functions and tools 8.3.Certified Training Center # 1857 7. Data types Database handling. Group address check 9. Product information check 9. Undo function 8.5. Creating regular backups 13.2.1.3.4.2.2.KNX BASIC COURSE . 14.1. Guidelines according to the German contracting procedure for building works (VOB) 8. 13.0 Sept.1.3. Topology check 9. permitted group address ranges 9 Checking the project 9.4. Determining the bus loads 11. Line coupler or IP router? 10. Data rates and cyclical processes Planning a project: Example 11. Master database and project reconstruction 13. Summary of the bus load calculation Administration functions. planning of reserves 10.4.5.3.4.1.2. project backup 13. Structure of the addresses 7.com. Device check 9.3.1.4. Requirements / regulations (specification text) 11. Central database memory and master database Complete project documentation 14. Checking and editing filter tables. Description format 7.3. General 13.2.1.4. 12. Export OPC 12.3.2. Task definition 11. Using one database per project 13.-12 . Reports 12. Consideration of system limits.4.1. 11. Limits of the ETS project check Bus hierarchy 10. Exporting group addresses 12.1. Inclusion of customer requirements 10.

lb . 17. 11. Mains Coupler 5. Chapter IX: KNX Powerline PL 110 1.3.2. 5. Transmission Process 3. Bus Access Procedure 4.1. Topology / Addressing 5. Power Supply for Two Lines 6. Band-stop Filter 5. Installations with System Coupler 3.0 Sept.1. Installations without System Coupler 3. 15.1. 14. 9.com. 18. 8.KNX BASIC COURSE . Information for Planners. Project Designers and Installers Page |9 V5. Safety Low Voltage Networks SELV Safety Extra Low Voltage Network Types of Bus Cable Installation of Cables Bus Devices in Distribution Boards Power Supply Unit 6. 3.5. Mains Cables 6. Phase Coupling 3.Certified Training Center # 1857 Chapter VIII: KNX TP1 Installation 1. KNX PL 110 System Devices 5.4. 16. 2. 12. 4.-12 .BATC.2. 13. Telegram Transmission 3. 19. System Coupler 5.3. Two Power Supply Units on One Line Distributed power supply Data Rails and Data Rail Covers Bus Cables in Wall Boxes Installation of Flush-mounted Bus Devices Standardised TP1 Bus Connection Block Lightning Protection Measures Bus Cables Installed between Buildings The Prevention of Loops Basic Immunity of Bus Devices Bus Devices on Cable Ends The Overvoltage Arrester Terminal Recommendations to the use of overvoltage arresters Checking the Installation 7. Introduction 2. Standardisation 3. 10.5. 6. Phase Coupler 5.4.2.

Certified Training Center # 1857 Chapter X: KNX TP1 Telegram 1.BATC. Topology Topology: Area Topology: Several Areas Individual Address Coupling Unit: Gate Function Coupler: Block Diagram Coupling Unit: Types and Functions Coupling Unit: Fields of Application Connecting Several Lines Practical Example for explanation of functionality Internal Line Telegram Line-crossing Telegram Area-crossing Telegram Coupling Unit: Routing Counter KNX – Internal and External Interfaces Topology – Structure in building Taking into account higher telegram rates: IP Network Limits to the use of IP routers P a g e | 10 V5. 3.lb . 6. 5. 7. 8. 11. 15. 18. 14. 16. 4. 13.1. TP1 Telegram: General TP1 Telegram Structure TP1 Telegram Time Requirement TP1 Telegram Acknowledgement Informative Annex to Chapter ‘Telegrams’ 5. 7. 2.KNX BASIC COURSE . 8. 6.0 Sept. 17. 3. 10. Numbering Systems TP1 Telegram Control Field TP1 Telegram Source Address TP1 Telegram Target Address TP1 Telegram Check Byte Chapter XI: KNX TP1 Topology 1. 4. 12. 5. 9.-12 .com. 2. 9.