Google Assistant for KNX Smart Homes

The 1Home Box connects Google Assistant from any device to your KNX smart home. It's so easy you can set it up in minutes!

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Hey Google, ground floor off.

Hey Google, ground floor off.

Turn on a single device, whole room or control custom device groups (like whole floor) with one voice command.

Hey Google, house off.

Hey Google, house off.

Create routines and let them blend with your daily habits. You can customise them however you like.

Hey Google, what is the temperature of the swimming pool?

Hey Google, what is the temperature of the swimming pool?

Get useful feedback, anywhere you are.

1Home Box installation takes no more than 3 minutes. See for yourself.

 

Plug & Play setup explained

How It Works

Step 1: Connect 1Home to your smart home

Once you have plugged the device into power and network, go to 1Home dashboard and claim your 1Home Box. Select your smart home and connect it as you would connect it to the Wi-Fi.

Step 2: Connect 1Home to your voice assistant

Install Voxior action from your Google Home app, it's as easy as installing an app on your phone.

Step 3: Start using voice control

Create scenarios that complement your daily habits. You decide what you say and what happens when you say it.

I haven't expected that! My extensive KNX installation is significantly simplified and enhanced by 1Home. At first my wife didn't like it, but now she uses voice control even more than me.

Sebastian

Set up was a breeze. After that I was looking for ways to enhance my voice control experience. The support team was very helpful and always replied to me in a couple of minutes.

Heinz Herbert

I was looking for a simple way to integrate voice to my KNX home when I stumbled upon 1Home. Their software immediately recognized all my KNX devices and in the next 5 minutes I could say the commands and Siri would execute them. Amazing!

Ben

Set it up in 5 minutes

Set it up in 5 minutes

1Home software does everything for you by auto-detecting your existing smart home settings.

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We help you get the most out of your smart home. Our average response time is 15 minutes.

FAQ

Which languages are supported on Google Assistant?

Which languages are supported on Google Assistant?

  • English (US + UK)
  • German
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Thai
  • Danish
  • Dutch
  • Norwegian
  • Portugese
  • Hindi
  • Indonesian
  • French
  • Italian
  • Spanish
Which Voice Commands will work in my home?

Which Voice Commands will work in my home?

Voice Commands for controlling Lights

To turn a light on/off:

  • Hey Google, turn on/off <light>
  • Hey Google, turn <light> on/off
  • Hey Google, set <light> on/off

To query the light status:

  • Hey Google, is the <light> on/off?

Set a light brightness to certain level:

  • Hey Google, set <light> to 50%

Dim a light:

  • Hey Google, dim <light>
  • Hey Google, decrease <light>

Brighten a light:

  • Hey Google, brighten <light>
  • Hey Google, increase <light>

To dim/brighten lights by a certain percentage:

  • Hey Google, dim/brighten <light> by 50%
  • Hey Google, increase/decrease <light> by 50%

Change the color of a light:

  • Hey Google, set <light> to <color>
  • Hey Google, turn <light> <color>

Change the color of a shade of white:

  • Hey Google, make <light> <shade>
    The shade of white can be: warm white, incandescent, soft white,white, daylight

To turn on/off all the lights:

  • Hey Google, turn on/off all of the lights
    Other useful commands are the ones for turning all the lights in a room on/off and dimming them. Google Home users can set up the lights for this command by assigning (adding) them to a specific room. You can do that with the Google Home mobile app. In this case, the naming of these devices doesn’t matter, while the Room name of course does.

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

  • Hey Google, turn on/off <room> lights

To dim all lights in room/group:

  • Hey Google, set <room> lights to 50%

Voice Commands for controlling Blinds

To fully open the blinds:

  • Hey Google, turn <blind> off
  • Hey Google, turn off <blind>
  • Hey Google, set <blind> off
  • Hey Google, set <blind> to 0%

To fully close the blinds:

  • Hey Google, turn <blind> on
  • Hey Google, turn on <blind>
  • Hey Google, set <blind> on
  • Hey Google, set <blind> to 100%

Query the blind status:

  • Hey Google, is the <blind> on/off?

Set the blind to a certain position:

  • Hey Google, set <blind> to 50%

Voice Commands for controlling Thermostats

To set the temperature to all thermostats

  • Hey Google, set the temperature to 22.

To set thermostat using the thermostat's room name

  • Hey Google, set the <room> thermostat to 22.

To set thermostat using the thermostat's name

  • Hey Google, set <thermostat> to 20°C.

To hear the ambient temperature on the thermostat

  • Hey Google, what’s the <room> temperature inside?

To hear what the temperature is set to on the thermostat

  • Hey Google, what’s the <room> thermostat set to?

Increase/Decrease the temperature on all thermostats

  • "Hey Google, make it warmer/cooler.
    (on Google Assistant for 3 degrees)

Increase/Decrease the temperature using the thermostat's room name

  • Hey Google, raise/lower the temperature in the <room>.

Increase/Decrease the temperature using the thermostat's name

  • Hey Google, raise/lower the temperature of <thermostat>.

Increase/Decrease the temperature in all rooms for X degrees

  • Hey Google, raise/lower the temperature by 2 degrees.

Increase/Decrease the temperature of thermostat for X degrees

  • Hey Google, raise/lower the temperature of <thermostat> by 2 degrees.

To switch heating or cooling for all rooms modes¹

  • Hey Google, turn on the heating/cooling.
  • Hey Google, turn on the heat.

To switch heating or cooling for a specific room/thermostat¹

  • Hey Google, set <thermostat> to heating/cooling/automatic.
  • Hey Google, turn the <thermostat> to heat/cool/automatic (mode).
  • Hey Google, make it warmer/cooler in the <room>
    Sets a heating or cooling mode

¹Please 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.

Currently the different modes only work for the Loxone Miniserver. When changing the temperature with your voice, you also change the mode to manual. If you want to switch back to the automatic mode, please set the thermostat to heating/cooling mode as mentioned above.

Voice Commands for controlling Switches and Scenes

How to control a Switch

To turn on/off a switch:

  • Hey Google, turn <switch> on/off
  • Hey Google, turn on/off <switch>
  • Hey Google, set <switch> on/off

To Query the switch status:

  • Hey Google, is the <switch> on/off?

How to control a Scene

To activate / turn on a scene:

  • Hey Google, turn on <scene>
  • Hey Google, activate <scene>

To deactivate / turn off a scene:

  • Hey Google, turn off <scene>
  • Hey Google, deactivate <scene>

Turn on/off all devices in room/group:

  • Hey Google, turn on/off <room>
Which devices with integrated Google Assistant are supported?

Which devices with integrated Google Assistant are supported?

Any device with supported Google Assistant Assistant will work with our product, including: Google Home, Google Home Mini, Google Home Max, Google Home Hub, Any Android Phone with integrated Google Assistant, JBL Link 20, Nest Cam IQ Indoor, Lenovo Smart Display, Solis SO-2000, iHome iGV1, Onkyo Smart Speaker G3, LG ThinQ Speaker WK7, Soundcore Model Zero and many many others...

Which KNX IP Interfaces are supported?

Which KNX IP Interfaces are supported?

  1. ABB IPR/S 3.1.1 IP-Router, REG
  2. ABB IPS/S3.1.1 IP-Interface, REG
  3. APRICUM MECip KNX/IP Router
  4. B.E.G. 90125 KNXnet/IP Interface LUXOMATnet
  5. BERKER 75010016 IP-Router REG
  6. BUSCH-JAEGER 6136/APP Busch-ControlTouch
  7. BUSCH-JAEGER 6186/35 IP Interface
  8. ENERTEX 1168 KNX IP Secure Interface
  9. GIRA 216700 KNX IP-Router REG plus
  10. HAGER TH210 IP KNX Router
  11. HAGER TYF120 KNX/IP Gateway
  12. JUNG IPS 300 SREG KNX IP
  13. JUNG IPS 200REG
  14. MDT IP Router – SCN-IP100.02
  15. MERTEN 680329 KNX/IP-Router REG-K
  16. MERTEN MEG6500-0113 KNX InSideControl IP-Gateway
  17. SCHNEIDER KNX IP Router MTN680329
  18. SIEMENS 5WG1148-1AB22 KNX IP Interface N 148/22
  19. THEBEN 9070981 IP-Interface
  20. WEINZIERL 731 KNX IP Interface
  21. WEINZIERL 732 KNX IP Interface
  22. WEINZIERL 752 KNX IP Router
  23. ZENNIO ZSY-IPI-PL KNX-IP Interface
  24. ZENNIO ZSYIPRCL KNX IP Router CL
Which KNX devices are supported on the 1Home platform?

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?

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 secure is the connection from my Smart Home to the Assistant?

How secure is the connection from my Smart Home to the Assistant?

The connection between your Smart home server and our cloud system is end to end encrypted using SHA512 encryption algorithm. Each device is in house provisioned with a certificate securely stored on the device. Upon each Smart home server connection, we put an additional layer of security which prevents anyone from monitoring the communication between your Smart home server and voice assistant.

Can I try the product using the Voice Assistant in my Smart Phone?

Can I try the product using the Voice Assistant in my Smart Phone?

Yes, even Voice Assistant device is not required for you to try out Voice Control. Simply use the Google Assistant in any Android Phone. See how to enable that.