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My name is Unni,  Am based in UAE working in a Multinational Manufacturing company as Product manager and also a professional umpires based in Emirates Cricket Board - UAE. Finished level 1 approved Umpire from Asian Cricket Council. Currently controlling domestic matches in UAE. More Over Electrical Engineering is my life and Umpiring is My passion.

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KNX - Automation Topology

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A KNX installation always consists of a set of devices connected to the bus or network. Device models vary according to node roles, capabilities, management features and configuration modes, and are all laid down in the profiles. There are also general-purpose device models, such as for bus coupling units (BCUs) or bus interface modules (BIMs). Devices may be identified and subsequently accessed throughout the network either by their individual address, or by their unique serial number, depending on the configuration mode. (Unique serial numbers are allocated by the KNX Association Certification Department.) Devices can also disclose both a manufacturer specific reference and functional (manufacturer independent) information when queried.