Product Guide

New ABB IP Routers

ABB have updated their Range of IP devices with two new products- IP Router IPR/S 3.1.1 and IP Interface IPS/S 3.1.1. 

Both have received some major improvements and updates including:

  • 5 tunneling server
  • Power over Ethernet (PoE) IEE 802.3af class 1
  • Adapted hardware: network cable connection, labeling field, DIN rail connection, cover cap, programming button
  • ABB i-bus tool support
  • Network management function “monitoring for KNX bus voltage failure”
  • Support of full filter table for all main groups 

IP Router 3.1.1 is the interface between KNX installations 
and IP networks. It can be used as a line coupler or area 
coupler and can utilize the local network (LAN) for exchange 
of telegrams between lines/areas. 
KNX devices can be programmed via LAN using ETS (five 
tunneling servers are available). The device uses the KNXnet/IP 
protocol from the KNX Association (routing and tunneling).

Alternatively, the device can communicate via unicast.
The device is powered by 12 to 30 V DC or PoE (Power over 
Ethernet).

IP Interface 3.1.1 is the interface between
KNX installations and IP networks.
KNX devices can be programmed via
LAN using ETS, and clients, e.g. visual
display systems, can access the KNX bus
via the IPS/S 3.1.1 (five tunneling servers
are available from ETS 4).
The device uses the KNXnet/IP protocol
from the KNX Association (tunneling).
The device is powered by 12 to 30 V DC
or PoE (Power over Ethernet).