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Domótica sencilla, fácil y económica

 Introduction to home automation network free microHomeLan
 Economic issues in home automation installations

2.1.4. Supply voltage network automation

Mains automation

The power supply of the home automation network is done through your own network cable from the communication bus. All home automation stations that are connected to the home automation network are fed to the operation of the microprocessor and peripherals that rely on automation as central communication drivers, sensors, opto-couplers, control relays and so on. Thus all plants operate independently with its own supply line.

To power the home automation network are connecting wires of the 24V power connector X3 (Lan +24 V) of the central board of any home automation. All stations that connect to the home automation network will be fed automatically.

Just connect the supply voltage of 24V to a central home automation. You can place food in several central home automation at the same time different power supplies, redundant power (only MB 1.1) since they have a protection circuit to avoid these conflicts, the home automation network is fed with the most appropriate line.

Home automation network with redundant power, fault-tolerant (MB 1.1.)

You can use multiple distributed power supplies for a home automation system, redundant power, this way if one fails, another automatically feed the home automation network, always maintaining the flow of energy to ensure proper operation.

Excluded from power all elements of power as regulators of light emitting diodes LEDs and 24V actuators possible to connect to home automation power motors, sensors, solenoid valves etc. For these devices must provide their own supply line.

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