With the ETS App Split & Merge, a project can be split into two, three or more parts. Several ETS users can edit them independently and merge again them after completion of the entire project. This works also with unrelated projects, so that it can be merged.
The KNX RF Field Strength Analyzer (KNX-RF-FSA) app is taking the innate uncertainty of KNX RF installations. By gathering the Received Signal Strength Indicators (RSSI) of all user-selected RF devices and displaying them in a colour-coded matrix, the KNX-RF-FSA makes testing and debugging of KNX RF device connections easier than ever before. Designed to be used for short and long-term observations of the device’s RSSIs, the KNX-RF-FSA is a high-quality tool that can highlight any weaknesses in a KNX RF installation. This tool also tests the functionality of activated repeater for increased area coverage to avoid future problems. The RF FSA is all you need for successfully commissioning your KNX RF installation. Available in MyKNX.
Simply pre-plan a smart home with Terminal (http://www.terminal-konfigurator.de): Transfer your pre-planned KNX project to ETS in seconds via the Terminal app. Automatically create the building structure and group addresses and save a lot of effort. With one click, Terminal also generates a specification sheet for you and you always have the total price in view.
Now you can also work offline: Now you can also use the Terminal app in locations without Internet access with the new offline import.
Easily import changes: Especially in the pre-planning phase, you need to react flexibly. Now you can easily import changes into your existing ETS project.
Theben Firmware Update App is a maintenance tool that allows you to update specific Theben KNX devices to a newer firmware version in case of bugfixes, new functionality and so on. Your application data and settings will not be removed.
The Timberwolf Server has a few thousand universal objects, which are deactivated by default.
To be able to use a Group Object it has to be released by choosing its data type from a list in the application for the corresponding object. The group object may then be linked with Group Addresses.
The Timberwolf Importer App simplifies this process by uploading a control file containing Group Addresses with data type and optional Group Object numbers to be released. This control file can be exported from a Timberwolf Server or a WireGate Server or can be created by hand.