B-CON as a KNX visualization

“Nothing is impossible.” The confidence in being able to fulfill all requirements is one of the many reasons why many KNX integrators adopt B-CON OWS/BMS as their visualization system. You might also benefit from the following B-CON properties:

  • Native interface for connecting KNX
  • Direct reading of group addresses from ETS
  • Direct visualization of all group addresses for display and operation in a web-based list
  • Display and control functions in HTML5 format for use across all networks
  • Large symbol libraries for all applications with comprehensive display elements and controls for quick visualization of all data points
  • Powerful alarm and event management, schedule management, trend management, and many more for efficient building operation
  • Integrated energy management system
  • Connection to KNX via native interface or free-of-charge OPC server
  • Very easy integration of additional systems at the management level (BACnet, ModBus, OPC; the entire list of B-CON interfaces is provided here)
  • Optimum scalability for project from 10 to several 100,000 group addresses
  • Proven in many thousands of KNX projects; a download from our list of references is provided for download here
  • Sustainability and high investment security due to software maintenance and regular updates
  • Free B-CON product support
  • Dual-level training program for qualification in the creation of visualizations and operator workstations
  • Optional project support by experienced project and support employees

ICONAG and KNX – benefit from comprehensive expertise developed in thousands of projects

As a pioneer of KNX, the ICONAG team is looking back on over 20 years of experience of supporting the implementation of visualizations and controls systems with KNX. The width of our experience ranges from simple lighting control systems up to complex systems for automation, facade control, and facility monitoring. We are happy to support the success of your project. You may benefit from

  • Experiences from thousands of KNX projects, some of which with several hundreds of thousands of group addresses
  • Experts in the support of planning and implementing large, network-based KNX visualization systems, including ones across distributed properties
  • Long-standing member of EIBA, the parent organization of KNX

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