gesis® FLEX - The future of room automation. Modular, compact, pluggable.
Future-proof systems rely on standards. KNX has proven itself over many years, and it is established and standardized worldwide. The pluggable electrical installation with gesis® has been used successfully all over the world for the last 25 years and more. The combination of both proven systems prepares any building adequately for the future.
Architects, planners, and contractors must all take account of the conditions relating to a building. The wishes of the owners and the constraints, e.g. due to building size, regulations, location, and ultimately budget, impact on room automation. So it is essential to have automation devices that can also be adapted to these requirements. Fixed-function devices for a room can only satisfy this need to a limited extent; they are either oversized or overburdened. Modular devices where the function is easily modified by adding inputs/outputs can be adapted to requirements at any time. Even after initial installation.
The construction space for electrical installations is becoming increasingly confined. Utility rooms should be as small as possible, cable trays are accepted as a necessary evil, suspended ceilings are continuing to disappear, and these days installation in corridor ceilings is generally not allowed. Wieland Electric can help you out of this predicament. The gesis installation is decentralized. The room automation devices are installed exactly where they are needed, in the rooms, which keeps the distributors small. gesis® FLEX has been designed so it is easy to install in cable support systems without requiring additional construction space.
Buildings of whatever type are being erected more and more quickly. This poses a challenge for the electrical installation as well. Prefabrication to the highest possible degree enables rapid, error-free installation and prevents delays in construction. This is made possible with universally pluggable components. A flat cable can be used here with pluggable outgoing adapters for power and bus supply to the areas. The room automation devices are plugged into this, and, in turn, the consumers, such as lamps, are plugged into them. The automation devices have been preprogrammed and tested in advance by the system integrator. The electrical installation for an office is completed in no time and fits perfectly into the construction process.