IP router KNX DRA
The KNX/IP router can be used as an IP data interface for the ETS 3.0 Version "f" or higher or the ETS 4.0 or higher. The device supports up to 4 KNXnet/IP tunnelling connections and thus enables parallel bus access, e.g. via the ETS and other PC software.
It has an integrated switch with two RJ45 connections. This enables several KNX/IP routers or other IP devices to be connected to the distribution without the aid of other active components.
The KNX/IP router can be used as an area or line coupler. In this function, it interconnects two KNX lines to form a logic functional area and guarantees electrical isolation between these lines. As a result, each bus line of a KNX installation can be operated electrically independent of the other lines.The exact function of the device is determined by its physical address.
The KNX/IP router can be used as a data logger. It incorporates a card reader for micro SDHC cards up to 32 GB. The KNX telegrams in an ETS3 or ETS4-compliant format can be recorded to the card for analysis purposes. The card memory can be used as a ring memory or as a ROM.
As a clock, the KNX/IP router can send the time and date to the bus at configurable intervals. Synchronisation with an NTP server is possible. It is possible to trigger the sending of the current time and the current date via a trigger.
The KNX/IP router requires a separate power supply 24..30V DC ±10% to operate. The KNX/IP router is supplied with power by this operating power connection. Thus, it is possible for bus voltage failures to be reported via the data network.
- Operating voltage: DC24 to 30V
- Power Consumption: typically 2W (for 24V DC, 2 Ethernet lines connected)
- IP communication: Ethernet 10/100 BaseT (10/100 Mbit/s)
- Supported protocols: ARP, ICMP, IGMP, DHCP, AutoIP, UDP/IP (Core, Tunneling, Device Management)
- Connections: RJ45 socket for IP connection
- MicroSD Card: Up to 32GB