On the buzzer
by Fabian Peters | 7/13/2018
A classic of German industrial design celebrates its 50th birthday: The LS 990 by Jung was the first modern light switch.
|Presented:||Light+Building 2016, Frankfurt|
|Categories:||Electrical installations › Building control systems › Light control systems|
|Electrical installations › Building control systems › Heating control systems|
|Electrical installations › Building control systems › Information displays|
|Electrical installations › Building control systems › Blinds / Shutter control systems|
|Electrical installations › Building control systems › Ventilator control|
|Electrical installations › Door / Building communication systems › Video intercommunication systems › Door substations|
Direct access: as a multi-functional user interface, the JUNG Launcher presents all applications and apps in an overview that can be installed on the Smart Control operating panel. A finger tip on the relevant icon is sufficient to directly select the required application. In the process, the user is flexible: all apps run in parallel, so you can switch between them at any time. It is naturally also possible to add further apps as required.
With the following JUNG applications, the Launcher combines the various systems for house control into one interface.
Facility Pilot Server
KNX installations, for commercial buildings for example, or for private buildings with individual adaptations, can be displayed and controlled in an ideal way using the Facility Pilot Server. Thanks to a clear structure of the extensive content, the basis for ease of operation is created. The visualisation can be viewed with the uniform JUNG GUI or a freely configurable user interface that takes account of the individual requirements of the user.
Smart Visu Server
For a KNX standard installation in a conventional detached house or freehold flat, the Smart Visu Server is used for visualisation. Using the "Smart Visu Home" menu, the user can even make their own settings and create actions, such as timed switching, if-then events or status displays.
The eNet wireless system offers two kinds of representation on the JUNG Launcher. Based on the connection to the eNet server, all eNet functions and scenes are displayed using the browser-supported eNet Home visualisation that is implemented in the server. Alternatively, visualisation may be provided by connecting to the eNet IP gateway and using the associated app. The logical structure that is based on rooms, functions, and favourites ensures a good overview and intuitive operation in every case.
By linking this system to the Siedle Smart Gateway, the Smart Controls become large-format video communication stations for door communication as well – displayed on the JUNG Launcher. In this way, the clearly structured user interface ensures easy and convenient operation. Moreover, the large and clear display creates increased security at a glance.
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