A video course and referencework on the KNX protocol
File Size :
4.21 GB
Total length :
8h 1m



Torben Ledermann


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What you’ll learn

After the course you will be able to parametrise KNX networks
You will gain all the important knowledge you need to work with the ETS5



No basic knowledge is necessary
Basic knowledge about bus systems are helpful, but not necessary


In this course about the KNX protocol and the commissioning software “ETS5” we deal with all facets of the KNX protocol and the parameterization within the software “ETS5”.We will start with a brief look at the history of the KNX protocol and the associated KNX association.We then deal with the numerous communication media types offered by the KNX protocol. We look at all media types starting with twisted pair, power line, radio frequency up to internet protocol.Once we understand the media types, we take a closer look at the various components and device types. We take a look at sensors, actuators and system components.In order for a KNX network to function at all, we first have to get an overview of the topology, i.e. the network structure. Therefore we devote a separate section to topology.As soon as the topology is understood, we can already look at the digital structure of KNX. This includes physical addresses, group addresses and communication objects.Now that we have an overview of the KNX protocol, we start working together in the ETS5. First we get an overview of the different functions. Later in the course, we then parameterize all the important functions together in the ETS5 and then test them live on devices.


Section 1: Einleitung

Lecture 1 Einleitung

Lecture 2 Information: Reviews

Section 2: History

Lecture 3 History

Lecture 4 KNX-Association

Lecture 5 What is KNX?

Section 3: Media Types

Lecture 6 Overview

Lecture 7 KNX-TP

Lecture 8 KNX-PL

Lecture 9 KNX-RF

Lecture 10 KNX-IP

Lecture 11 Comparison

Section 4: KNX Components

Lecture 12 Overview

Lecture 13 Touch Sensor

Lecture 14 Binary Input

Lecture 15 Physical Sensor

Lecture 16 Switch Actuator

Lecture 17 Blind Actuator

Lecture 18 Dimming Actuator

Lecture 19 Power Supply

Lecture 20 Line-/ Areacoupler

Lecture 21 IP-Router

Lecture 22 Interfaces

Lecture 23 Gateways

Section 5: Topology

Lecture 24 Topology

Lecture 25 Line

Lecture 26 Area

Lecture 27 Backbone

Section 6: Addressing

Lecture 28 Physical Address

Lecture 30 Group Addresses

Section 7: ETS 5 – Introduction

Lecture 31 Installation

Lecture 32 Dashboard – 01

Lecture 33 Dashboard – 02

Lecture 34 Dashboard – 03

Lecture 35 Bus

Lecture 36 Monitors

Lecture 37 Diagnose Tools

Lecture 38 Catalogs

Lecture 39 Settings – 01

Lecture 40 Settings – 02

Lecture 41 Project Overview

Lecture 42 Buildings

Lecture 43 Topology

Lecture 44 Devices

Lecture 45 Device Parameters

Lecture 46 Group Addresses

Lecture 47 Download

Lecture 48 Reports

Section 8: ETS5 – Parameterisation

Lecture 49 Switch Light – Theory

Lecture 50 Switch Light – Practice 1

Lecture 51 Switch Light – Practice 2

Lecture 52 Feedback – Theory

Lecture 53 Feedback – Practical

Lecture 54 Blind – Theory

Lecture 55 Blind – Practice 1

Lecture 56 Blind – Practice 2

Lecture 57 Blind Feedback – Theory

Lecture 58 Blind Feedback – Practice

Lecture 59 Dimming – Theory

Lecture 60 Dimming – Practice 1

Lecture 61 Dimming – Practice 2

Lecture 62 Dimming Feedback – Theory

Lecture 63 Dimming Feedback – Practice

Lecture 64 Line coupler – Theory

Lecture 65 Line coupler – Practice

Lecture 66 Scenes – Theory

Lecture 67 Scenes – Practice

Lecture 68 Alarmobjects/Weatherstation – Theory

Lecture 69 Alarmobjects/Weatherstation – Practice

Lecture 70 Alarmobjects/Smoke detector- Practice

Section 9: Ending

Lecture 71 Ending

Lecture 72 Bonuslection

The course is aimed at everyone who wants to set up their own KNX networks

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 8h 1m | 4.21 GB
Created by: Torben Ledermann

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