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HC2 and KNX integration



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Dear Fibaro Users,


I wish you a happy 2019!


In my rented apartment I am using a HC2 since several years and have many devices connected. We are now building an own family house. Even I like my Fibaro system as I have many z-wave and web based devices integrated and automated the question is now: a) Switch to a wired KNX system (many recommend in a new building to do so) OR b) Move the Fibaro system and extend the z-Wave devices OR c) Use Fibaro with the existing devices and use Fibaro to control the KNX System (ideal scenario as best price / performance).


I found the video 

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 . Cool!


Question: do you have any experience how to combine Fibaro with a KNX system? Is somebody of you doing this? Is it possible for instance to send a GET URL Request from KNX to Fibaro (e.g.:

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 )? Is it possible for instance to use a Web API in some form of KNX interface device to send with Fibaro requests to KNX connected devices?


Any guidance or best practice would be great!


Thank you so much,

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