EnOcean – Flexible, batteryless, maintenance-free room operation

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The sensors with EnOcean technology require no batteries and no maintenance, and their flexible installation enables switches to be fitted in any possible configuration without the need for additional cabling.

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EnOcean – Flexible, batteryless, maintenance-free room operation

  1. Wireless room units and walltransmittersRoom units with EnOcean technology © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.
  2. Content 1 Introduction 2 2 Technology 6 3 Portfolio with EnOcean technology 10 4 References 15 © Siemens AG 2010. All rights reserved. 2011.Page 2 T. Huber Industry / Building Technologies Division
  3. EnOcean missionGreen Smart Wireless Energy harvesting  Intelligent sensor  Radio standard World-class miniaturized networks  Bi-directional energy harvesting  Connectivity communication components  Programmable…everything embedded in easy to integrate, easy to use standardized modules © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Page 3 Industry / Building Technologies Division
  4. EnOcean GmbH & EnOcean Alliance for whole value chain EnOcean GmbH EnOcean Alliance OEM partner Building professionals & users Components XXX Modules Products Solutions „clean“ technology Solution for green buildings EnOcean GmbH EnOcean Alliance  Green = energy harvesting  No batteries.  Smart = smart sensors  No wires.  Wireless = wireless standard  No limits.Spin-off company of Siemens CT Founded in April 2008 as a non-profit,founded in 2001 and venture founded. mutual benefit corporation © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved. Page 4 Industry / Building Technologies Division
  5. EnOcean Alliance eco-systemEnocean Participants Associate membersalliance promoter >160 associated members 100 OEMs offering final goods Koenig Consulting Inc. >700 compatible products >100,000 buildings deployed IEC standardization kicked off Award winning “Green Technology” © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Page 5 Industry / Building Technologies Division
  6. Self-powered wireless sensor technology Energy: Motion, temperature, light Sensor radio module System radio module Energy Micro- RF Micro- converter controller Transceiver controller RF Status, Energy measured value management Sensor Transceiver control signal Information: Actuator/ buil- Temperature, pressure, position, etc. ding services © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Page 6 Industry / Building Technologies Division
  7. Choosing a suitable radio protocolRange1,000m Residential 100m aftermarket  Home and building  PC auto- networking 10m mation Demand  Headsets response  Home UWB  PC peripherals networking  Wireless  Industrial metering  PDA / phone  Video USB infrastructure  Video/ distribution audio links 1m Factor 1 Factor Factor Factor Factor Energy 10s 100s 1.000s 10.000s requirements © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Page 7 Industry / Building Technologies Division
  8. Environment Comparison of different power flux densities Device W/m² distance (m) 100 x duration EnOcean RF switch 0,000013 1 some ms 700 x Conventional switch 0,0015 1 some ms WIFI access point 0,01 2 7.000 x stream during data WIFI card 0,1 0,5 during data stream DECT phone 1 0,1 70.000 a call during x Mobile 12-42 0,1 during a call 1,6 Mio.x Mobile-base station 0,00001 - 0,1 permanent average © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Page 8 Industry / Building Technologies Division
  9. How much energy needs an EnOcean device? 100 EnOcean devices transmit 432000 telegrams per day This requires daily totally 86 J energy To compare: ONE jelly bear contains 7000 J A jelly bear would offer enough energy to conduct the system for 81 days © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Page 9 Industry / Building Technologies Division
  10. Multi-vendor interoperable productsOver 300 energy-saving products in production AutomationLighting controls HVAC devices systems gateways Light switches / dimmers  Occupancy / motion  LON, BACnet, TCP/IP, Occupancy sensors  Humidity KNX, serial Light intensity  Door / window Key card  Temperature Timers © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Page 10 Industry / Building Technologies Division
  11. Maximize your building efficiency!Energy efficient lighting – Energy-optimized building automationIndividual, present, and daylight dependant Building automation system Lights Blinds Heating Ventilation Air conditioning Gateway © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Page 11 Industry / Building Technologies Division
  12. System overview DESIGO™ INSIGHTMax. 9devices perGateway PXC00-E.D + PXX-L11LON/EnOceanGateway RXCRXZ95.1/LON PX-KNX RXB KNX / EnOcean Gateway RXZ97.1/KNX Max.32 devices per GatewayQAX96.1 QAX95.1 © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Page 12 Industry / Building Technologies Division
  13. Siemens offeringProductsRoom units Gateways QAX95.1  RXZ95.1/ LON QAX96.1  RXZ97.1/KNXWall transmitter AP 221 and AP 222VorschauRoom unit QAX95.4 QAX96.4 Product release QAX97.4 April 2011 QAX98.4 © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Page 13 Industry / Building Technologies Division
  14. Target marketMost expensive Green Building Historic sitesoffice space is viable Avoid loss of rent during  No wires  No battery (frequent) retrofit /  No holes  No waste tenant change  Zero energy Retrofit "on-the-run"Products which are based on EnOcean technologyare interoperable and compatible © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Page 14 Industry / Building Technologies Division
  15. More information www.siemens.com/hvac-controllers www.siemens.com/enocean http://www.enocean-alliance.org We look forward to discuss your needs! Siemens Schweiz AG Building Technologies Division International Headquarters Gubelstrasse 22 CH-6301 Zug Tel +41 41 724 24 24 Fax +41 41 724 35 22 © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Page 15 Industry / Building Technologies Division

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