EnOcean GmbH Articles
Opportunities for hyperaware smart buildings from EnOcean
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, has joined the EnOcean Alliance as a participant member. When used together, the Aruba WiFi infrastructure and EnOcean energy harvesting wireless solutions enable customers to create hyperaware smart buildings that are cognisant of, and responsive to, their changing operating environment and occupant needs.
Easy room occupancy and activity tracking with EMDC sensor
Data is the basis for building digitisation. The self-powered EnOcean sensors provide those data - quickly, simply, wireless. In EnOcean's next webinar, the company would like to show you typical use cases for the motion detector EMDC sensor.
EnOcean battery-free PTM 215 switch module with NFC
EnOcean has extended the latest generation of its proven PTM 215 switch module for the EnOcean wireless standard with an integrated NFC interface and safety functions. This means that in addition to the proven logic ‘press button’, battery-free switches can now also be operated automatically with NFC readers and NFC-capable smartphones or tablets.
EnOcean multisensor for building automation and IoT
EnOcean has developed a new multisensor, the all-round talent among self-powered wireless sensors. In the new original PTM form factor the sensor module supplies data for a wide range of applications in digitised buildings and the IoT.
Supporting safe and smart spaces
EnOcean Alliance, an international association of leading companies in the building and IT industries, has announced a major focus on supporting businesses and public sector organisations around the world to safely reopen following the widespread COVID-19 lockdown, using flexible, connected energy harvesting sensors to create safe and smart spaces. Initiatives will include webinars and training, as well as a pilot ‘Smart...
EnOcean appoints Dr Peter Klein as CFO
EnOcean, specialist in energy harvesting, has appointed Dr Peter Klein as Chief Financial Officer. In this position, together with Andreas Schneider, CEO, he will strategically expand EnOcean's business in accordance with the long-term growth strategy in the self-powered IoT for the core markets of building automation, smart home, industrial automation and LED lighting control.
Multisensor for building automation and IoT
EnOcean has developed a new multisensor. In the new original PTM form factor the sensor module supplies data for a wide range of applications in digitised buildings and the IoT.
Battery-free PTM 215 switch module with NFC and security
EnOcean has extended the latest generation of its proven PTM 215 switch module for the EnOcean wireless standard with an integrated NFC interface and state-of-the-art safety functions. This means that in addition to the proven logic ‘press button’, battery-free switches can now also be operated automatically with NFC readers and NFC-capable smartphones or tablets.
Self-powered wireless sensor technology for digitised buildings
At Elfack 2019 (May 7th to 10th, Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre, Gothenburg), the electricity and power industry discusses new opportunities of innovative technology and digitisation. At booth G00:44, EnOcean, will be demonstrating the possibilities of self-powered wireless switch and sensor solutions for digitised buildings, modular smart homes and lighting control.
New generation of self-powered building blocks for the IoT
EnOcean will be presenting technical innovations that further drive the use of energy harvesting sensor solutions for digitalising buildings at ISH 2019 (11th-15th March, Frankfurt am Main). At the EnOcean Alliance partner booth (Hall 10.3 Booth C60), the developer of self-powered wireless technology will exhibit its proven PTM switch module now with an integrated NFC interface. This will enable installers to incorporate self-...
Bringing IoT into the building at ISH 2019
From March 11th to 15th, ISH visitors can view trends in modern bathroom design, sustainable heating and air conditioning technology as well as smart living. In this context, the EnOcean Alliance, along with its members and partners, will present applications for maintenance-free wireless sensor solutions for building digitalisation and smart homes based on the EnOcean wireless standard (ISO/IEC 14543-3-10).
CES 2019: Bluetooth sensor designed for intelligent lighting
At CES 2019 in Las Vegas (January 8-11, 2019), EnOcean will be launching a new ceiling-mounted solar-powered occupancy sensor (PIR) for Bluetooth lighting control systems communicating via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). It will be the first self-powered Bluetooth occupancy sensor on the market integrating EnOcean’s field-proven energy harvesting technology and offering best customer experience by being maintenance-free, freely positionable, hi...
Clearly identifiable self-powered smart switches
Developer of energy harvesting technology, EnOcean, is introducing the new ‘Battery-free by EnOcean’ seal. The seal will highlight maintenance-free and flexible switch solutions that do not require batteries or wires. Product manufacturers can use the seal to promote their battery-free, wireless switches integrating EnOcean’s energy harvesting technology for leading wireless standards in the sub-1 and 2.4GHz range.
Self-powered wireless tech is shaping the future of connected lighting
At Trends in Lighting 2018, EnOcean will showcase maintenance-free wireless solutions for modern lighting systems and the Internet of Things (IoT). At booth U14, visitors can experience self-powered wireless switches and sensors for maintenance-free sensor solutions for modern lighting and IoT based on open standards. Offering these maintenance-free, ready-to-use solutions, EnOcean’s OEM customers are able to focus on the quickly evolving L...
Self-powered control solutions for Bluetooth lighting systems
At Bluetooth World, EnOcean will showcase maintenance-free wireless solutions for modern lighting systems and the Internet of Things (IoT). At booth 520, visitors can experience self-powered wireless switches and solar-powered sensors for Bluetooth lighting systems, all on the basis of proven energy harvesting technology.
Self-powered wireless tech is key for smart buildings
To enhance the energy performance of buildings and to drive digital transition in buildings forward, the Smart Buildings Alliance (SBA) officially launched their 'Ready2Services' initiative in June 2018. The 'Ready2Services' concept aims to evaluate the ability of buildings for multiple services, awarding buildings with a certain certification level whilst also creating the basis for implementing new service models. Self-powered wireless sensor s...
Self-powered wireless sensor solutions bringing intelligence to light
At Lighting Fixture Design Conference, 20th-21st June, London, EnOcean, aims to demonstrate how self-powered wireless solutions provide sensor data for IoT and lighting networks to bring intelligence to light.
Connecting building automation with the IoT
The EnOcean Alliance will be demonstrating automation solutions for sustainable building projects in the Internet of Things (IoT) at the 2017 Smart Buildings Show in London (8th-9th November 2017) at booth E5. The self-powered switches and sensors based on EnOcean technology offer flexibility in terms of positioning, can be expanded at any time and are maintenance-free.
Bluetooth low energy controls self-powered light switches
Wireless and self-powered light switches can create flexible, maintenance-free LED lighting systems, says EnOcean, which introduced its Easyfit switches at Smart Lighting 2017, in Hamburg, Germany. The company manufactures the switch with integrated Bluetooth module, operating via an app on an Android phone.
Added functionality makes smart lighting platform even smarter
A firmware update has been added to firmware Casambi’s smart lighting platform in order to provide integrated support for users of EnOcean switches, Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) devices and movement sensors. A new control hierarchy has also been developed to make it easier for users to automate lighting operation across a wireless network and to allow manual overrides to be performed when required.