With evon Smart Home, you have brought the most up-to-date home automation system into your home. We want to help you with the planning so that your project is easily implemented. Before you dedicate yourself to the detailed information in the documentation, we would like to give you a rough overview of the functionality in an evon Smart Home system.
Depending on what you intend to control, you will need different evon Smart Home modules (light module, blinds module …); according to the application or function, there is a range of different modules you can choose from. The autonomous evon Smart Home modules provide you with centralized functions such as “All Lights Off”. The complete range of control functionality is only available with the CPU module, which enables the configuration and control to be done via smartphone, tablet or PC.
The modules are mounted in one or more cabinets and need to be connected and wired differently to conventional electrical installations. The electrical consumers are connected to the module outputs and one or more switches are connected to the inputs. In contrast to a conventional electrical installation, the switches are not used to directly switch 230V to a consumer, but to control an evon Smart Home module. Since the laying of empty conduit and the laying of cables occurs at a different time to the installation of the consumer unit and the commissioning of the controls, it is extremely important that the cabling for electrical consumers and switches is planned in detail. Hence the first part of our documentation details with the necessary steps to do this.