HAUTAU offers solutions for:
What is a smart building?
The term smart building refers to an intelligent, networked building which provides convenience. Smart building is thus a generic term for technical processes and systems in buildings which aim to improve quality of life and living. A smart building consists of networked and remotely controlled devices and automated processes. This creates convenient operation and efficient energy use with people as the focal point.
There are synonyms for the term smart building, such as smart home, intelligent building or e-home. These systems share similar objectives, but focus on particular areas. HAUTAU technology solutions are grouped under the heading HAUTAU Smart Building, which is defined as follows:
HAUTAU Smart Building is used to integrate HAUTAU products into the building envelope. It provides customised, needs-oriented opening and closing of slide elements, windows and flaps, and automated fan-assisted ventilation with convenient control on mobile terminal devices. It can be integrated into an existing on-site building management system (BMS) using HAUTAU interface solutions based on an Ethernet IP protocol and combined with safety systems for natural smoke and heat exhaust.
Operating and configuring HAUTAU products via HAUTAU bus interface on a tablet and smartphone
Direct wireless LAN connection without router operation to replace remote control
Wireless LAN connection using a router supplied by customer
Secure connection thanks to WPA encryption
Superordinate locking input for a wind/rain signal or timer, for example
Connection available for wired ventilation button for joint operation of all drives
Compact housing dimensions, so it can be installed in a flush in-wall box
Free Android or iOS ConfigTool app available in online stores
Proposal texts for bidding processes
Wireless access point with compact housing dimensions, so it can be installed in a flush in-wall box. Used to operate and configure HAUTAU products via HAUTAU bus interface on a tablet and smartphone. Direct wireless LAN connection without router operation to replace remote control or
wireless LAN connection using a router supplied by customer. Secure connection thanks to WPA encryption. Superordinate locking input for a wind/rain signal or timer. Connection available for wired ventilation button for joint operation of all drives. Operated using free Android or iOS ConfigTool app.
Nominal voltage: 24 V DC (-10%/ +30%)
Ventilation button output: 24 V DC, max 0.5A
Indicator for operation and configuration: yes, yellow LED
Configuration button: yes
Encryption: yes, WPA
Number of participants: 31 per wireless access point
Ambient temperature: 0 °C to +40 °C
Protection rating: IP20
Dimensions WxHxD (mm): 50 x 47 x 28
The ConfigTool is used as an operating and configuration user interface with HAUTAU interface and wireless LAN connection. Operation and configuration options depend on the product and may vary depending on the ConfigTool version. The ConfigTool is a software for Android and iOS operating systems and can be obtained from the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. It is free to use. No licence fees are charged and no credits need to be obtained which are subject to fees.
The ConfigTool offers the following options:
Operation: for essential functions, such as opening and closing windows or sliding panels and setting the desired ventilation level.
Service: for configuring properties, for example: setting network parameters and changing stroke speeds.
The ConfigTool is available from app stores free of charge:
Or as a download for Windows PCs with Windows 7 or higher:
The ConfigBox is intended for installation and service companies and offers a simple way of parametrising and configuring products with the HAUTAU interface in combination with the ConfigTool. The connection between the mobile terminal device and the ConfigBox is established via a wireless LAN connection.
The supply package contains the required cable and adapter, so the system can be easily connected by just plugging in. Power is supplied via the plug-in power supply enclosed, which allows drives to undergo a test run.