Our modular weather sensors enable multiple standalone LUXORliving smart home systems to be connected to the same weather sensor. This means that just a single weather sensor is needed to control blinds, awnings and roller blinds in different LUXORliving systems dependent on the weather.
The LUXORliving M100 weather sensor can be installed on the wall or roof of a multi-family house or apartment building, for example. The detected weather data (temperature, rain, wind, brightness) are transmitted to one or up to twenty LUXORliving M130 weather control centres for evaluation. From here, control commands are sent to the LUXORliving smart home systems in the individual residential units. Thus, in each apartment, both the involvement of individual hangings and the defined limits for these participants can be individually determined.
The modular weather sensors are of particular benefit for multi-family houses in particular: instead of needing one weather station for each individual LUXORliving system, only the modular weather sensors are necessary. This significantly reduces the amount of money that has to be spent on equipment and installation. Also, the appearance of the house is not affected by multiple weather stations.
The weather sensor is designed as a combined sensor: three light sensors can be relied upon to measure brightness in three directions. A temperature sensor surrounded by flowing air measures the outside temperature much more precisely than internal sensors. A heater ensures that the sensitive rain sensor dries quickly after a shower. Furthermore, faulty switching due to the interpretation of morning dew as rain is excluded. The sturdy impeller anemometer can be relied upon to measure wind speed precisely in snow and frost year after year, thus ensuring that the hangings will be retracted in the event of approaching storms.