The Common Logic Unit (CLU) module is the central unit of the Grenton hybrid (wired - wireless) system.
It handles device logics and stores configurations (e.g. button configuration, light scenes, logic, scenarios). CLU communicates with the other extension modules included in the Smart Home via wire bus (Grenton TF-Bus) and by Z-wave radio if necessary. In larger and more advanced systems it is also possible to build a grid of CLUs by connecticg them through an Ethernet interface.
stores Smart Home System configurations
is responsible for all computing tasks
stores user data locally (privacy)
enables connecting the system to the Internet (remote management of a Smart Home)
communicates with the other elements of the Grenton system over the wire or wireless interfaces
enables connecting up to 48 modules (or 128 Inputs / Ooutputs) on the system bus - TF-Bus
communicates with subsequent CLU modules for building larger systems (scalability)
equipped with Z-Wave radio interface (e.g. for connecting blinds and FAKRO roof windows)
an Ethernet port for connecting to the Internet and local network