Doc 2.3

Neues in Version 2.3

Die neue evon Smart Home Version 2.3 überrascht Sie wieder mit tollen neuen Funktionen und Integrationen:

Sonos Integration
Die evon Smart Home Sonos Integration erlaubt die komfortable und smarte Bedienung Ihrer Sonos Lautsprecher. Alle Geräte welche Sie in Ihrer Sonos App (S1 und S2) registriert haben, werden automatisch in evon Smart Home importiert. Erleben Sie smarten Musikgenuss durch die vollständige Szenenintegration.

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Husqvarna Automower Integration
Ab dieser Version können alle Husqvarna Automower mit der Automower Connect Schnittstelle in evon Smart Home integriert werden. Erfahren Sie immer den aktuellen Status Ihres Gerätes und verknüpfen Sie den Automower über Szenen um automatisierte Abläufe zu ermöglichen.

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2N Sprechanlagen Integration
2N IP Verso Sprechanlagen können nun sehr einfach, ohne Programmierung, in evon Smart Home integriert werden. Erhalten Sie Push-Nachrichten und das aktuelle Kamerabild wenn jemand an der Türstation läutet. Die zusätzliche Sprechfunktion über die evon Smart Home App erlaubt die Kommunikation mit Ihrem Besuch von überall aus (Internetverbindung erforderlich).

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Betriebsmittelkennzeichnung
Alle evon Smart Home Module können nun mit einer Betriebsmittelkennzeichnung (BMK) versehen werden, diese Kennzeichnung wird auch in der Dokumentation exportiert. Die BMK dient als einfacher Querverweis zum Schaltplan.

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Erweiterung der Beschattungsgruppen
Beschattungsgruppen können ab jetzt mehrfach verschachtelt werden. Sie können somit sehr einfach mehrere Untergruppen (z.B.: Beschattung Süd, Beschattung Ost, ...) anlegen und diese zu einer zentralen Gruppen hinzufügen (z.B.: Beschattung OG Zentral).

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Introduction

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.

Before Installing

Here you will find all necessary information about the installation of your evon Smart Home.

Planning

You need to consider a few things when implementing your smart home project. If you want, you can determine the following points yourself and go to an evon Smart Home partner of your choice with the results, or the evon Smart Home partner can accompany you and advise you through these steps.

In the beginning, there was a plan – what do I want my house to be capable of? Take your house plans and think of the following for each floor and room:

  • Where will the consumer unit be located?
  • Number of electric blinds and what type (standard or 24V with reverse switching?).
  • Number of separate switchable light circuits and what type (standard via load relay, integrated load relay or dimmer function).
  • Number of room temperature regions for temperature control (number of heating circuits per room temperature region is not relevant here).
  • Number of special functions via input and outputs (e.g. doorbell, alarm light, window contacts, presence sensor, camera, audio, …).

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First things first: think about what you actually want to control. Don’t worry at this stage about how and when, because all functions can be combined later via the evon Smart Home app. Just get them connected to the controller (lights, blinds, garden irrigation, doorbell, …).
The evon Smart Home configuration Excel file enables you to determine your exact module requirements and helps you keep an eye on the costs.

Configuration – EXCEL

You will need a 24V power supply for the modules and a CPU evon Smart Home Controller (HC-iX800) module for the app control.

Example:
Let’s take a bedroom on the first floor as an example. We will use this example throughout the entire documentation and show the full capability so that we can use it everywhere.

Electrical Cabinet Placement

Depending on space requirements and availability, you can install everything in a central consumer unit or split it up over sub-consumer units. Normally, it is advantageous to combine the cellar, ground floor and outdoors area in a single consumer unit and put the electronics for the first floor in a smaller sub-consumer unit on the first floor. Using sub-consumer units reduces the length of cables and thus substantially reduces the cabling effort and simplifies the feeding in of cables.

You will need a bus extension module for every sub-consumer unit to connect the evon Smart Home modules to one another. You also need a bus extension module (Sys 1200) each time you start a new row within a consumer unit.

A separate 24 V supply is not always required for a sub-consumer unit. If the power is sufficient, you can route the supply from a previous unit.

Ensure that the GND connection of all power supplies is connected with the protected earth connection (PE).

Example:
Since the bedroom is on the first floor, we will use a sub-consumer unit. The power supply and the evon Smart Home controller are placed into the main consumer unit and the bus extension and the module for the bedro