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A touch of perfection
Busch-Trevion® presents a revolutionary sensor technology that can be harmoniously integrated into many of our switch ranges due to its size. You can choose between two options: a 2.4" touch display or a capacitive control surface with LED light guides. These sensors are suitable for traditional control purposes as well as for seamless integration into your Smarter Home and Smarter Building. Visually, the sensors fit perfectly into our variety of switch designs.
The Busch-Trevion® 2.4" display is now available.
conventional, Busch-free@home®, KNX building system technology
2,4" Display with 240 x 240 px
With the Busch-Trevion® sensor system you can control various functions in your home. You can use the sensors as a stand-alone solution or integrate them into your KNX or Busch-free@home® system. The articles and article numbers differ depending on the system for which the sensors are to be used.
You can find all further technical information on Busch-Trevion® in our online catalogue.
The sensor system can be integrated into many of our switch ranges. Our switch ranges are available in various colours, shapes and materials. You can find an overview of all our designs here.
With a new and modern operating concept like a smartphone based on capacitive surfaces, Busch-Trevion® offers a completely new operating experience. Multicolour LEDs visualise the change in movement/brightness animated by a "running light function" and give you visual status feedback during control.
The 2.4" display has an integrated bus coupling unit and can be used in a KNX system as well as in a Busch-free@home® system. The three sizes (55, 63, 70) allow for use in switch ranges such as Busch-Balance® SI, future® linear or also Busch-art linear®. All further information on the different versions can be found in our online catalogue.
Do you have any questions or comments? We look forward to hearing from you.