KNX Lighting Controls

KNX Lighting Controls are a robust and standardised system for smart building technology. It is the definition of intelligent lighting control. Its versatility allows for seamless integration with a wide range of devices, allowing for centralised control of lighting systems and improving energy efficiency. The standardised protocol ensures interoperability and makes it easier to create smart, interconnected environments.


KNX Lighting Benefits

KNX lighting systems provide several benefits such as interoperability, flexibility, energy efficiency, and integration opportunities.

KNX Lighting provides an integrated and connected environment through integration with other smart building components with ease.

Energy Efficiency
KNX's energy-efficient lighting control optimizes the use of resources and lowers operating costs while improving sustainability.

Flexibility & Scalability
KNX Lighting solutions provide scalability and flexibility to easily adjust to changing building requirements.

Personalised Comfort
Design custom lighting environments to provide the best in comfort and to improve occupant happiness and well-being.


KNX Lighting Features


Standard Protocol

Because KNX is based on an open standard, it can be used with a variety of systems and devices that are compatible with it.

Centralised Control

Take advantage of centralized lighting management that streamlines admin and offers a consistent user experience.

Secure & Reliable

Robust and reliable operation is guaranteed by KNX Lighting, providing consistent building performance.

Dynamic Scene Setting

Create dynamic lighting setups with simplicity and precision that can be adjusted to suit various activities and moods.

How KNX Lighting Works

KNX Lighting is a sophisticated lighting control system that operates on an open standard protocol. It enables several devices within a smart building to communicate with each other and integrate with one another in a seamless way.

Standard Protocol

Through the use of an open standard protocol, KNX Lighting facilitates seamless communication between devices made by different manufacturers. This open standard guarantees interoperability, which adds versatility and adaptability to KNX-compatible equipment.

Networked Devices

KNX Lighting establishes connections between different components of the lighting system, including light fixtures, dimmers, switches, and sensors. These components are connected via a bus system, which creates a network that facilitates control and communication.

Centralised Control

  • User-friendly interfaces such as wall-mounted switches, remote controllers, or smart devices are used to control the KNX Lighting system, which is centrally managed through a central control unit or gateway.

Scene Setting

KNX includes automation logic, enabling predetermined scenarios or automatic adjustments based on occupancy, time, or sensor inputs. Users may design dynamic lighting environments based on various scenarios, activities, or times of day.



Sensor Integration

Occupancy sensors work together with KNX Lighting to identify when people are in an area. Sensors track the amount of natural light, which enables artificial lighting to be adjusted for energy efficiency.

Energy Efficiency

By scheduling lighting scenarios and dynamically adjusting lighting levels based on occupancy and natural light conditions, KNX maximizes energy efficiency. Users can make sure lights are only turned on when needed.


Users can customize lighting settings to create surroundings that are cozy and well-suited to their needs. KNX Lighting is easily expandable and can be adjusted to meet changing building regulations.

Remote Accessibility

Smart device users can remotely control KNX Lighting, which increases flexibility and convenience. Remote access also makes it easier to monitor and maintain the system, which guarantees optimal performance.

Want to add KNX Lighting to your building?

To find out more about KNX lighting and how we can help you optimise your facility, get in contact with our professionals at Direct Control.