Gira Presents its eNet Bi-Directional Radio System for Retrofitting Electrical Installations

Gira eNet is the new bi-directional radio system for the smart networking and control of home technology – an ideal solution for the ever growing renovation and modernisation market. With Gira eNet, intelligent applications can be retrofitted with little effort without prising open walls and running new cables. In this way, lighting and blinds can be integrated into scenes with ease and controlled using various operating devices. Mobile use is also possible when a Gira eNet Server or mobile gate is also employed. This type of networking and control of the electrical installation in a building and while away fulfil the wishes of many occupants to utilise smart functions which have long been standard in automobiles within their own homes. If they move, occupants can simply take the system with them to their new homes.

The Gira eNet is controlled via wall transmitters and remote controls. Because of their flat design, Gira eNet radio wall transmitters can be affixed directly to smooth surfaces such as glass and wood. Two-colour LEDs signalise successful signal transmission. The Gira eNet radio remote controls enable mobile operation of home technology within private homes. For example, lights can be switched and dimmed, blinds can be controlled or scenes can be called up using large operating buttons. The Gira eNet radio remote control Multi also features a display which clearly shows all the functions.

The Gira eNet Server is the optional intelligent central control unit of the system. It facilitates the programming, visualisation and documentation of the Gira eNet radio system. Access is possible using various operating devices including smartphones, tablets and computers – via LAN, WLAN or the Internet – regardless of your current location. The mobile gate is available for easy operation of the eNet installation using mobile end devices.

Gira eNet System installation and start-up is intuitive and easy-to-understand. Standard applications can be set using the push-button methods on the devices themselves. More complex applications can be programmed quickly, easily and conveniently using a computer and the Gira eNet Assistant. The two methods can be used in parallel and are mutually fully compatible.

Gira eNet will be available starting April 2014, and delivery of the eNet Server will begin in June 2014.

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