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M-CON-232-s: RS-232 integration module

Module M-CON-232-s is a component of the Ampio system. Required voltage to power the module is 11 — 16V DC. The module is controlled via CAN bus. The module allows for the integration of devices equipped with an RS-232 communication interface with the Ampio home automation system.

Last update October 25, 2023, tags: Ampio CAN modules, CON family, Sensors, SATEL, Security, DIN rail modules, Integrations, RS-232, Air conditioning, Weather station

Privacy policy for the Ampio application and website

A privacy policy document for the Ampio applications and websites that describes what data related to the user are processed and for what purpose.

Last update October 16, 2023, tags: Legal, Ampio Cloud, Security

M-SERV-s: Remote system management and IP integrations module MSERV-4s

Module M-SERV-s is a component of the Ampio system. Required voltage to power the module is 11 — 16V DC. The module is controlled via CAN bus. The M-SERV-s module is a communication gateway for Ampio mobile applications - both within the local network and via the Ampio Cloud platform - and it enables IP integrations.

Last update September 7, 2023, tags: Ampio CAN modules, SERV family, Wall switch, Sensors, Dallas 18B20, Input modules, Output modules, Relay outputs, DIN rail modules, Integrations, Lights, OWA lighting, LED lights, Open-collector drivers, Central heating, SATEL, Ampio Cloud, IP, Mobile app, Hotel, Node-RED, Roller shutters and blinds, RS-232, Security

M-ROOM-s: Comprehensive apartment administration module MultiRoom-1s

Module M-ROOM-s is a component of the Ampio system. Required voltage to power the module is 11 — 16V DC. The module is controlled via CAN bus. The module can provide many of the functionalities envisioned by the Ampio building automation system’s architecture.

Last update September 7, 2023, tags: Ampio CAN modules, ROOM family, Wall switch, Sensors, Dallas 18B20, Input modules, Output modules, Relay outputs, DIN rail modules, Integrations, Lights, LED lights, Open-collector drivers, Central heating, SATEL, Hotel, Roller shutters and blinds, RS-232, Security

M-DOT-R14: 14-fields touch panel module with an RFID reader

Module M-DOT-R14 is a component of the Ampio system. Required voltage to power the module is 11 — 16V DC. The module is controlled via CAN bus. The module has fourteen sensor fields, an RFID card reader and a 1-Wire interface.

Last update February 10, 2023, tags: Ampio CAN modules, DOT family, Input modules, Wall switch, Touch panels, Personalisation, Security, Access control, RFID

M-OC-C8s: Module with eight OC outputs and an RGBW controller functionality

Module M-OC-C8s is a component of the Ampio system. Required voltage to power the module is 11 — 16V DC. The module is controlled via CAN bus. The module has eight OC outputs, four ground-detecting inputs and supports the functionality of an RGBW lighting controller.

Last update December 5, 2022, tags: Ampio CAN modules, OC family, Integrations, Output modules, DIN rail modules, Lights, LED lights, RGBW lights, Open-collector drivers, Central heating, Security, Wall switch

Installation status in Ampio Cloud

The Ampio system is intended for installation and configuration by certified installers. This is also reflected in the design of the Ampio Cloud. Find out what is the installation status and how it changes with the advancement of installation works.

Last update November 8, 2022, tags: Ampio Cloud, Installation, Security

Granting access to an installation

Learn how to give access to your installation to other household members and how to manage their permissions.

Last update November 8, 2022, tags: Ampio Cloud, Security

Terms and conditions of Ampio application and ampio.com services

The Regulations define the terms and conditions for the provision of electronic services by Ampio on the Website and in the Application.

Last update September 13, 2022, tags: Legal, Ampio Cloud, Security

What can you find on cloud.ampio.com?

Greater control over your installation.

Last update August 23, 2022, tags: Ampio Cloud, Security, Installation