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Home automation

What is home automation?

Home automation means to automate a house. This term can be interpreted very broadly. E.g. the light that switches on when entering the house, is also included. Many people still think of high-tech home automation devices when they hear about home automation but nothing is further from the truth.

An application that almost always is implemented is the "all off" function. Once you leave the house you can use a push button to switch off all the lights, various sockets and put the heater in night mode. This "all off" function results in energy savings and allows you to leave your house with an easy mind.

What is Velbus?

Velbus is a very reliable modular home automation system. Interconnection is done via a bus cable consisting of 4 wires (2 for power and 2 for data). There is no central unit making the system extremely reliable and simple.

How does Velbus work?

A minimal arrangement consists of two basic modules: an input and an output module. Input modules translate the information coming from outside (e.g. pushbuttons, switches, sensors, etc.) to bus instructions. Output Modules interpret these instructions and in turn control lighting, heating, air conditioning, electrical outlets, window blinds, etc. The status of the output module is indicated by feedback LEDs on the input module. Applications: home automation, office or business, process monitoring, etc.

Why Velbus?

"All ON" or "All OFF" switch points, view the status of the various outputs, create atmospheres with dimmed lights, set your heater in the bathroom to comfort mode from the bedroom and use motion sensors to switch off the driveway lights after a few minutes are just some examples of the endless possibilities. If you bear in mind that this is all possible at one of the most competitive prices on the market, the decision is quickly made, isn’t it?

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Some practical examples.

Some practical examples.
  • Using a staircase timer
  • Replacing teleruptors
  • Home automation
  • For high capability,different dimmers in slave mode and controlling through one push button control
  • Building an aquarium lighting control (lights on and off in a timespan of 10 minutes) with one module
  • Automate only the fountain or driveway lighting
  • Advanced time functions through one module (for example during 8 hours: 2 min on - 30 min off)
  • ...

References

Eltric

Eltric uses standard Velbus modules for its automation projects. References include Brasserie "Bo Douin" and Hotel "The Lodge" at Vilvoorde

http://www.eltric.be/

Plopsaland

Our Velbus modules are also used for local automation in the famous amusement park Plopsaland, De Panne, Belgium;

http://www.plopsa.be/

Velleman nv

Velleman chose a Velbus automation for all its buildings: 38 temperature sensors and more than 150 modules help to ensure the ideal working environment.

http://www.velleman.eu/

Our satisfied customers

We couldn't list all the satisfied customers using our Velbus system. Thanks to its modular characteristics, the Velbus is found in many a home, be it as a complete domotics system or as a selective solution.

Home of the future France

The house of the future in the south of France is equipped with Velbus. The high reliability of the system was the deciding factor.

Cruise ships

Even cruise ships are equipped with Velbus. The connection system of the controls to the bus cable only is labour-saving and allows you to monitor the saloons.

Bostoen

Bostoen, leader on the passive house market, has standardized the Velbus domotics system which is most satisfactory for controlling the lighting, the blinds and the heating.

http://www.bostoen.be/