BAB TECHNOLOGIE –
    everywhere at home

    BAB TECHNOLOGIE GmbH is a manufacturer of innovative and high performance KNX products.

    We develop and sell products which allow access to the European Installation Bus (EIB / KNX) via LAN, Internet and other network standards. We make EIB truly accessible from anywhere - be it for a residential home or a large scale building complex.

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    The new LOGIKEDITOR - now available for all EIBPORT V3

    The new LOGIKEDITOR - now available for all EIBPORT V3

    The LOGIKEDITOR is a web application which allows you to graphically create logics and automations within the EIBPORT.

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    HUE:CONTROL Pro - Philips® hue Integration für KNX und EnOcean

    HUE:CONTROL Pro - Philips® hue Integration for KNX and EnOcean

    This App connects your Philips® hue Bridge with KNX® so that you have access to all connected Philips hue lights through the building automation. The simple authorisation process makes connection particularly easy. The 50 freely definable "Alerts" which the hue lights use to inform themselves about the desired conditions (e.g. light red if the doorbell rings) are a particular feature.The Pro Version enables you to control up to 100 Philips® hue devices.

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    Service Release for EIBPORT 3

    The new firmware version 3.4.4 provides increased security and changes to the VPN SSL server in order to support iOS. As a result, the secure VPN SSL connection is now available for all kinds of devices, not matter whether they run Windows, MacOS, Android or iOS. Use this connection to achieve maximum security when accessing the device via the internet.

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    Service Release for EIBPORT 2.1

    For us, as a manufacturer of innovative and long-lasting KNX products, security is a vital issue also for our older hardware. Through information provided by external experts we were able to increase the data security when accessing EIBPORT 2.1 (08/2008 - 08/2011) devices via Internet.

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