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Amazon Alexa for KNX smart home

Connect Amazon Alexa to KNX in a few minutes

Don't limit your home with KNX and keep it in touch with wireless devices in a single sleek mobile app

Be independent in managing your KNX automation without KNX ETS programming knowledge

Automatic configuration, no KNX ETS knowledge required for setup

Alexa to KNX
connection made simple

By connecting KNX to Amazon Alexa, you centralize your KNX devices together with all Alexa-supported devices in a single mobile app. You can setup automations and use cool features like voice control and geofencing.

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Amazon Alexa mobile app in KNX smart home

Modern interface makes you feel in control

You can view and control your devices by device type and room in which they are located. You can control the whole device group or a whole room.

You can control every single device manually

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Supported KNX devices in Alexa app

Below you can find a list of KNX devices that can be imported to Amazon Alexa.
From there you can use them in automation, scenes and other features offered by smart assistants. Automation features offered by assistants are also briefly described.

KNX Supported Device

Sample light

On/off control

Dimming light

On/off control

Dimming percentage control

HSV light

On/off control

Dimming percentage control

HSV color control

Color temperature light

On/off control

Dimming percentage control

RGB light

On/off control

HSV color control

Color temperature control

RGBW light

(as RGB light)

Switching device

On/off control

Garage door

Change state (pulse)

Adjustable blinds

Open/close control

Position control

Slat position control

Simple blinds

Open/close control

(partial)

KNX scene

Trigger a scene number

Central function

Trigger a scene number

Thermostat

On/off control

View current temperature

Heating/cooling mode

Change display units

Air conditioning

On/off control

Target temperature control

View current temperature

Heating/cooling mode

Fan speed control

Swing mode control

Fan

On/off control

Fan speed control

Swing mode control

Temperature sensor

Humidity sensor

CO2 sensor

Contact sensor

Brightness sensor

Motion sensor

Occupancy sensor

(Use as motion sensor)

Smoke sensor

Push button

Short press

Long Press

Double press

Speaker

Mute/unmute control

Volume control

Alexa

Automations

Scenes/routines

Sequences

Arrive/leave

Geofencing

Time of day

Sunrise/sunset

An accessory is controlled

A sensor detects something

Smart guard (detecting sounds from breaking glass, smoke alarms, ...)

A sensor detects something

Alexa

Other

Maximum number of assistant devices per single 1Home device

300

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Complement your KNX smart home with Smart Assistant supported wireless devices

Fire Tv

Fire TV extend your KNX or Loxone functionality

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Roomba

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Logitech Circle extend your KNX or Loxone functionality

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August smart lock extend your KNX or Loxone functionality

Philips Hue

Philips Hue extend your KNX or Loxone functionality

Thousands of others

Plus thousands of others
Plus thousands of other wireless devices

Thousands of others

KNX smart homes are great but you might find yourself stuck in a wired world as it is really hard to integrate other products. And while KNX is definitely a reliable and long-lasting technology there is a whole new world of exciting wireless devices for music, security, cleaning, and more. You have one smart home - and you should only have one mobile app for controlling it. It is not surprising to end up using 5 mobile apps for managing different smart devices. With Smart Assistant mobile apps, you can centralise them all in a single, sleek mobile app that is really friendly to use. It can also be used to access your home remotely from anywhere, anytime.

Manage your automations without the need to learn how to program ETS

The problem with BUS smart homes (KNX included) is that you can not really manage your automation without learning how to use KNX ETS. This is quite a technical challenge that a lot of people don't choose to take on. If you don't master KNX ETS, you always need to rely on your smart home integrator which is usually very busy & expensive. But with the Amazon Alexa app, the management of your automation has been made so easy that you can do it yourself through a friendly interface.

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To create an automation, you first have to name it and select when the automation should occur.

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After that, you can select devices or scenes that you want to control once the trigger is fired

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To create an automation, you first have to name it and select when the automation should occur.

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To create an automation, you first have to select when the automation should occur and configure the trigger.

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KNX automations you can setup

When this happens

microphone can be used as trigger for automations in your KNX or Loxone smart home

Voice command

location can be used as trigger for automations in your KNX or Loxone smart home

Location

time can be used as trigger for automations in your KNX or Loxone smart home

Time

Device action can be used as trigger for automations in your KNX or Loxone smart home

Device action

Alarm can be used as trigger for automations in your KNX or Loxone smart home

Alarm

Then this happens

Device action

Device action

music

Music

IFTTT

IFTTT

Calendar

Calendar

FireTv

Fire TV

Notification

Notification

Voice control & geofencing put the smart in a smart home

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Use voice control on all your devices

Smart watch

Phone & tablet

Computer

Voice assistant devices

Geofencing is an automation triggered based on your location

A geofence is an invisible boundary, a virtual perimeter for a real-world geographic area. For example, with geofencing you can create triggers so that when a device enters or leaves the pre-defined boundaries, a device turns on. This way a nicely lit house can await you when you come back from work.

Set it up and manage it with the help of our support team, no technical knowledge required

All our products are installed plug & play

Our 1Home Box and 1Home Bridge devices that connect KNX and Loxone smart homes to Smart assistant platforms are installed simply by connecting power & ethernet cable to the device. No technical skill required.

An algorithm that automatically sets up 1Home products with KNX or Loxone

We have put extreme effort into making this as simple as possible to set up with your KNX or Loxone smart home. Our device auto-detection algorithm will read your smart home configuration and sync it with 1Home. Requiring no technical knowledge or help from certified professionals to setup.

1Home dashboard is a friendly interface between Smart Assistant and your Loxone or KNX smart home

Friendly dashboard to manage the integration

In our 1Home dashboard, you can manage your smart home and your smart assistants. All your KNX and Loxone devices get synced once you connect to your smart home. Then you can decide which devices you want to use with smart assistants and also rename them. You can also manage your data privacy settings in the dashboard - making you in charge of your data at 1Home.

1Home support team is here to help at any point of your experience

Helpful support team & money-back guarantee

All our products are set up with no technical knowledge (except in a scenario of Direct KNX BUS connection) but if you need any advice our support & engineering team is happy to help. And if it turns out, the product is not right for you, we give you your money back, no questions asked. You can always "activate us" through the chat button in the bottom right corner. We'll first ask few questions automatically to segment your case and then the right person will engage.

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Automatic configuration

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Onboard memory
Local connectivity
Industry grade security
Plug and play installation
automatic configuration

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integrated KNX IP Interface
Apple HomeKit certified
Onboard memory
Automatic configuration

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If you need a professional device that is DIN mountable, this is for you. It is the best option for KNX owners as it is KNX certified, has a direct KNX bus connection as well as an IP interface. For Loxone and Gira users, Box can also be a comparable alternative.
A good and more affordable alternative to the Bridge product. For Loxone and Gira users this is the best price performance device. It is also a good choice for KNX users who already own a separate KNX IP interface and don’t need a direct to KNX bus connection.
If you have Loxone or Gira, don’t need Apple HomeKit and you want to get started immediately, this is for you. Note that execution times are a bit slower than with hardware based products. For KNX users we suggest other products.
If you are a tech savvy person who can assemble his own Raspberry Pi, you can build a 1Home Box yourself. After assembly, all the features are equal to those of a Box device but without the secure remote programming feature.

Supported smart homes

KNX over BUS
KNX over IP
Loxone
Gira
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Supported assistants

Apple HomeKit
Amazon Alexa
Google Home
*certified
*not certified
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*not certified

Aditional features

Plug and play installation
Automatic device detection
Memory type
Local conectivity
DIN mountable
KNX IP interface
5 year secure remote programming
Onboard
SD card
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SD card
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Specifics

Hardware based on

Weinzerl BAOS 777 KNX IP Interface
Raspberry Pi 3
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Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3b, 3b+ or Raspberry Pi 4.

Technical knowledge

Smart home integrator help required in a scenario of direct KNX BUS installation.
No technical knowledge required for setup.
Required for setup.
No technical knowledge required for setup.
No technical knowledge required for setup.

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POPULAR FOR KNX

BRIDGE

699€ + vat

499€ + VAT

Buy now

If you need a professional device that is DIN mountable, this is for you. It is the best option for KNX owners as it is KNX certified, has a direct KNX bus connection as well as an IP interface. For Loxone and Gira users, Box can also be a comparable alternative.

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Supported smart homes

KNX direct bus connection
(KNX certified)
KNX IP connection
Loxone
Gira

Supported assistants

Apple HomeKit (Apple certified)
Amazon Alexa
Google Home

Aditional features

Plug and play installation
Automatic device detection
Memory type
Local conectivity
DIN mountable
KNX IP interface
5 year secure remote programming

Resources

Check data-sheet

What is in the box

Complete user manual.

installation & configuration guide

Hardware based on

Weinzerl BAOS 777 KNX IP Interface

Technical knowledge

Smart home integrator help required in a scenario of direct KNX BUS installation.

Shipping

Free worldwide DHL express delivery

BOX

499€ + vat

299€ + VAT

Buy now

A good and more affordable alternative to the Bridge product. For Loxone and Gira users this is the best price performance device. It is also a good choice for KNX users who already own a separate KNX IP interface and don’t need a direct to KNX bus connection.

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Supported smart homes

KNX direct bus connection
(KNX certified)
KNX IP connection
Loxone
Gira

Supported assistants

Apple HomeKit (Not certified)
Amazon Alexa
Google Home

Aditional features

Plug and play installation
Automatic device detection
Memory type
Local conectivity

Resources

Check data-sheet

What is in the box

Complete user manual.

installation & configuration guide

Hardware based on

Raspberry Pi 3

Technical knowledge

No technical knowledge required for setup.

Shipping

Free worldwide DHL express delivery
POPULAR FOR LOXONE

CLOUD

372€ + vat

150€ + VAT

Buy now

If you have Loxone or Gira, don’t need Apple HomeKit and you want to get started immediately, this is for you. Note that execution times are a bit slower than with hardware based products. For KNX users we suggest other products.

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Supported smart homes

Loxone
Gira
KNX with port forwarding (*)

Supported assistants

Amazon Alexa
Google Home

Aditional features

Port forwarding required
Automatic device detection
No hardware required
Instant setup

Resources

Complete user manual.

installation & configuration guide

Hardware based on

Solution is cloud based

Technical knowledge

No technical knowlege required for setup.

Shipping

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DIYBOX

372€ + vat

150€ + VAT

Buy now

If you are a tech savvy person who can assemble his own Raspberry Pi, you can build a 1Home Box yourself. After assembly, all the features are equal to those of a Box device but without the secure remote programming feature.

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Supported smart homes

KNX IP connection
Loxone
Gira

Supported assistants

Apple HomeKit (not certified)
Amazon Alexa
Google Home

Aditional features

Download software and install it on your Raspberry PI
Automatic device detection
Local conectivity
SD card memory

Resources

Complete user manual.

Hardware based on

Raspberry Pi 3b, 3b+ or Raspberry Pi 4.

Technical knowledge

No technical knowlege required for setup.

Shipping

Use imediately after purchase

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Frequently asked questions - FAQ

Which languages are supported on Siri Voice Assistant?

-English (US + UK)
-German
-Japanese
-French
-Italian
-Spanish

Which languages are supported on Alexa?

-English (US + UK)
-German
-Japanese
-French
-Italian
-Spanish

Which Voice Commands will work in my home?

Voice Commands for controlling Lights

To turn a light on/off:
Alexa, turn on/off light
Alexa, turn light on/off
Alexa, set on/off light
Alexa, set light on/off

Set a light brightness to certain level:
Alexa, set light to 50%

Dim a Light:
Alexa, dim <light>
Alexa, decrease <light>

Brighten a light:
Alexa, brighten <light>
Alexa, increase <light>

To dim/brighten lights by a certain percentage:
Alexa, dim/brighten <light> by 50%
Alexa, increase/decrease <light> by 50%

Change the color of a light:
Alexa, set <light> to <color>
Alexa, turn <light> <color>

Change the color of a shade of white:
Alexa, make <light> <shade>
Alexa, change <light> to <shade>
Alexa, set <light> to <shade>

The shade of white can be: warm, warm white, incandescent, soft white, white, daylight, daylight white, cool, cool white.

Other useful commands are the ones for turning all the lights in a room on/off and dimming them. Users of Amazon Alexa should create a Group in the Alexa App. Devices of a specific room should be added to this group as well as the Echo, which is in the room. If the Echo, which is in this room, hears the "Alexa, turn off lights" command, it will turn the lights of that room on. The naming of the devices and the room name is not important.



To turn on/off all lights in room/group:
Alexa, turn on/off lights

To dim all lights in room/group:
Alexa, set lights to 50%
Voice Commands for controlling Blinds

To fully open the blinds:
Alexa, <blind> up
Alexa, turn off <blind>
Alexa, turn <blind>
off Alexa, set <blind>
off Alexa, set off <blind>
Alexa, increase <blind>
Alexa, brighten <blind>
Alexa, set <blind> to 0%

To fully close the blinds:
Alexa, <blind> down
Alexa, turn on <blind>
Alexa, turn <blind>on/off
Alexa, set <blind>on/off
Alexa, set on/off <blind>
Alexa, decrease <blind>
Alexa, dim <blind>
Alexa, set <blind> to 100%

Set the blind to a certain position:
Alexa, set <blind> to 50%
Alexa, increase <blind> by 50%
Alexa, decrease <blind> by 50%

Voice Commands for controlling Thermostats

To set thermostat using the thermostat's name:
Alexa, <thermostat> 20°C.
Alexa, set <thermostat> to 20°C.

To hear the ambient temperature on the thermostat:
Alexa, what is the temperature inside?

To hear what the temperature is set to on the thermostat:
Alexa, what is the <room> thermostat set to?

Increase/Decrease the temperature using the thermostat's name
(Changes the temperature in Alexa for 1 Degree)

Alexa, make <thermostat> warmer/cooler.
Alexa raise/lower the temperature of <thermostat>.

Increase/Decrease the temperature of thermostat for X degrees
Alexa, raise/lower the temperature of <thermostat> by 2 degrees.

To switch heating or cooling for a specific room/thermostat
Alexa, set the <thermostat> to heating/ cooling /automatic.
Alexa, turn <thermostat> to heat/ heating /cooling.

Please note: This command changes the mode to auto heat/cool mode. In order for this command to work, the Smart home has to support auto mode.

Voice Commands for controlling Switches and Scenes

How to control a Switch
To turn on/off a switch:
Alexa, turn on/off <scene>
Alexa, set on/off <scene>

How to control a Scene
To activate / turn on a scene:
Alexa, turn on <scene>
Alexa, activate <scene>

To deactivate / turn off a scene:
Alexa, turn off <scene>
Alexa, deactivate <scene>

Turn on/off all devices in room/group:
Alexa, turn on/off <group>

Which Voice Commands will work in my home?

Voice Commands for controlling Lights

To turn a light on/off:
Alexa, turn on/off light
Alexa, turn light on/off
Alexa, set on/off light
Alexa, set light on/off

Set a light brightness to certain level:
Alexa, set light to 50%

Dim a Light:
Alexa, dim <light>
Alexa, decrease <light>

Brighten a light:
Alexa, brighten <light>
Alexa, increase <light>

To dim/brighten lights by a certain percentage:
Alexa, dim/brighten <light> by 50%
Alexa, increase/decrease <light> by 50%

Change the color of a light:
Alexa, set <light> to <color>
Alexa, turn <light> <color>

Change the color of a shade of white:
Alexa, make <light> <shade>
Alexa, change <light> to <shade>
Alexa, set <light> to <shade>

The shade of white can be: warm, warm white, incandescent, soft white, white, daylight, daylight white, cool, cool white.

Other useful commands are the ones for turning all the lights in a room on/off and dimming them. Users of Amazon Alexa should create a Group in the Alexa App. Devices of a specific room should be added to this group as well as the Echo, which is in the room. If the Echo, which is in this room, hears the "Alexa, turn off lights" command, it will turn the lights of that room on. The naming of the devices and the room name is not important.



To turn on/off all lights in room/group:
Alexa, turn on/off lights

To dim all lights in room/group:
Alexa, set lights to 50%

Voice Commands for controlling Blinds

To fully open the blinds:

Alexa, <blind> up
Alexa, turn off <blind>
Alexa, turn <blind>
off Alexa, set <blind>
off Alexa, set off <blind>
Alexa, increase <blind>
Alexa, brighten <blind>
Alexa, set <blind> to 0%

To fully close the blinds:
Alexa, <blind> down
Alexa, turn on <blind>
Alexa, turn <blind>on/off
Alexa, set <blind>on/off
Alexa, set on/off <blind>
Alexa, decrease <blind>
Alexa, dim <blind>
Alexa, set <blind> to 100%

Set the blind to a certain position:
Alexa, set <blind> to 50%
Alexa, increase <blind> by 50%
Alexa, decrease <blind> by 50%

Voice Commands for controlling Thermostats

To set thermostat using the thermostat's name:
Alexa, <thermostat> 20°C.
Alexa, set <thermostat> to 20°C.

To hear the ambient temperature on the thermostat:
Alexa, what is the temperature inside?

To hear what the temperature is set to on the thermostat:
Alexa, what is the <room> thermostat set to?

Increase/Decrease the temperature using the thermostat's name
(Changes the temperature in Alexa for 1 Degree)

Alexa, make <thermostat> warmer/cooler.
Alexa raise/lower the temperature of <thermostat>.

Increase/Decrease the temperature of thermostat for X degrees
Alexa, raise/lower the temperature of <thermostat> by 2 degrees.

To switch heating or cooling for a specific room/thermostat
Alexa, set the <thermostat> to heating/ cooling /automatic.
Alexa, turn <thermostat> to heat/ heating /cooling.

Please note: This command changes the mode to auto heat/cool mode. In order for this command to work, the Smart home has to support auto mode.

Voice Commands for controlling Switches and Scenes

How to control a Switch
To turn on/off a switch:
Alexa, turn on/off <scene>
Alexa, set on/off <scene>

How to control a Scene
To activate / turn on a scene:
Alexa, turn on <scene>
Alexa, activate <scene>

To deactivate / turn off a scene:
Alexa, turn off <scene>
Alexa, deactivate <scene>

Turn on/off all devices in room/group:
Alexa, turn on/off <group>

Which devices with integrated Alexa Voice Assistant are supported?

Any device with supported Alexa Voice Assistant will work with our product, including: Amazon Alexa Echo Dot, Amazon Alexa Echo, Any Smart Phone (iOS, Android, etc.) through Amazon Alexa app, Amazon Alexa Echo Show, Amazon Alexa Echo Spot, Amazon Alexa Echo Sub, Sonos One (Gen 2), Bose Home Speaker, Lenovo Smart Tab M10, Amazon Fire TV Stick, and many many others...

Which KNX IP Interfaces are supported?

ABB IPR/S 3.1.1 IP-Router,
REGABB IPS/S3.1.1 IP-Interface,
REGAPRICUM MECip KNX/IP Router
B.E.G. 90125 KNXnet/IP Interface LUXOMATnet
BERKER 75010016 IP-Router
REGBUSCH-JAEGER 6136/APP Busch-ControlTouch
BUSCH-JAEGER 6186/35 IP Interface
ENERTEX 1168 KNX IP Secure Interface
GIRA 216700 KNX IP-Router REG plus
HAGER TH210 IP KNX Router
HAGER TYF120 KNX/IP Gateway
JUNG IPS 300 SREG KNX IP
JUNG IPS 200REG
MDT IP Router – SCN-IP100.02
MERTEN 680329 KNX/IP-Router REG-K
MERTEN MEG6500-0113 KNX InSideControl IP-Gateway
SCHNEIDER KNX IP Router MTN680329
SIEMENS 5WG1148-1AB22 KNX IP Interface N 148/22
THEBEN 9070981 IP-Interface
WEINZIERL 731 KNX IP Interface
WEINZIERL 732 KNX IP Interface
WEINZIERL 752 KNX IP Router
ZENNIO ZSY-IPI-PL KNX-IP Interface
ZENNIO ZSYIPRCL KNX IP Router CL

Which KNX devices are supported on the 1Home platform?

Simple light
Dimming light
RGB light
KNX Simple switch
Energy plug
Simple blinds
Adjustable blinds
KNX SceneKNX
Simple Scene
ThermostatAir Conditioning

Amazon Alexa also supports:
KNX Temperature sensor
KNX Contact sensor

Which KNX devices are supported on the 1Home platform?

Simple light
Dimming light
RGB light
KNX Simple switch
Energy plug
Simple blinds
Adjustable blinds
KNX Scene
KNX Simple Scene
Thermostat
Air Conditioning

Amazon Alexa also supports:
KNX Temperature sensor
KNX Contact sensor

Can I use multiple Voice Assistants at once?

Yes, you can use all popular Voice Assistants with the 1Home platform. See this article to learn how to enable more of them.

How it works