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Easy installation and start-up

The installation process for the eNet SMART HOME system is impressively simple. Smart extensions can be conveniently added via the eNet server. A a first step, existing inserts are replaced by special wireless operating top units, and then as a second step the eNet system is started up via the eNet SMART HOME connect browser interface.

Installing Gira eNet wireless operating top units

As a first step, any existing touch dimmers or top units for blind control are removed. Next, the Gira eNet wireless operating top units are installed in the devices – and that's all that is needed to make the conventional electrical installation suitable for eNet SMART HOME.

Manual start-up using push buttons

For many applications, it is enough to just set the operating mode for the eNet device and then connect the sensor and actuator to each other. Firstly, the programming buttons on the actuator and sensor are pressed for four seconds until the LED displays the learning mode. Pressing the desired channel button on the sensor assigns the devices to one another. After quitting learning mode, the programmed actuator will only respond to signals from its assigned transmitter. Up to ten actuators can be connected to a transmitter in a single step.

eNet SMART HOME connect

The eNet SMART HOME connect start-up application is operated via an intuitive graphical user interface: It can be used to create and manage projects, and to add devices which have already been installed by running a search for them or selecting them from a device catalogue. The project can be managed in the eNet server and can also be saved separately for project documentation.

1st step: Creating rooms

The first step is to create the rooms for the project. The names can be freely selected. It is important to plan the structure carefully as it is reflected 1:1 in the eNet SMART HOME app.

2nd step: Finding and assigning devices

Via the device search, devices can be added to the project from the eNet system. All devices that are in learning mode or to which the voltage has just been applied will be found and displayed. The selected devices can be assigned to their rooms, and the device channels can be individually named according to their usage.

3rd step: Creating connections

Actuator and sensor channels are now assigned to each other and functionally interconnected. During operation, the connected devices communicate directly with each other. This ensures a very robust function with low risk of failure. Even if the eNet server fails, these functions remain operable – thus ensuring basic functionality at all times.

4th step: Transferring the project and automatically
exporting documentation

Finally, the configuration data is transferred to the individual devices. The visualization for the eNet SMART HOME app is generated automatically. The project can now be exported, used as a backup or used as a template for future project planning. Of course, the documentation for the project can also be generated and exported automatically in the eNet server.