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April 28, 2010
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With the introduction of the new L-INX and L-ROC controllers, LOYTEC offers interested customers to participate in the ‘Competence Partner Program'. "LOYTEC is only successful with our customers. With the 'Competence Partner Program' LOYTEC will ensure that our customers get the necessary skills for time-saving handling of our products. This way we can help to ensure that our customers have success in their markets," relates Hans-Jörg Schweinzer.

The rising interest in the product range has confirmed that open communication standards such as ISO 16484-5 (BACnet®) and ISO/IEC 14908-1 (Also known as CEA-709, used in LONMARK® systems), DALI, M-Bus, Modbus and OPC in the room and building automation are mainstream. LOYTEC L-VIS Touch Panels and L-WEB Visualization only contribute to increased demand. For those concerned with energy consumption, the smooth integration of M-Bus and Modbus meters in building automation systems also met with strong interest at a recent industry event. Unbroken was the visitors' interest in innovation in LOYTEC infrastructure products for the design of LONMARK® systems and BACnet networks, says the company.

LOYTEC’s presence at the Light + Building exhibition has shown that the building automation market prefers efficient configurable products with open communication interfaces. Accordingly, LOYTEC will offer solutions based on the standard ISO/IEC 14543-3 (KNX®) in near future in addition to our existing products using ISO 16484-5 (BACnet®) and ISO/IEC 14908-1 (LONMARK® Systems). In this manner, the company says, LOYTEC covers all open communication standards defined for building automation.

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