current projects


We are developing an energy management system to reduce the cost of electricity. To achieve this, the energy management system reads usage of energy from the digital energy meter in real-time and simultaneously stores this information to cloud. With the information about usage of the energy at this moment, in the past, but also the predicted energy production of the installed PV's in the near future, and the cost of the energy hourly based, the energy management system is able to calculated the most efficient use of the home battery to fulfill the energy need at the lowest cost.

  • Real time information form the digital energy meter
  • Powered from the digital energy meter
  • Wired Ethernet connection to the internet
  • 2 Wired Modbus connections to control PV-inverters and home battery systems
  • 1 Wired CANBUS connection
  • dedicated wireless connections to connect to smart plugs, EV-chargers and Jullix extenders

This energy system is developed and made in Belgium. The system is independent from any brand of PV-inverters or home-battery-systems.


controlpanel 7

Bridging the gap in HMI between pushbuttons and videowalls.

The ControlPanel7 is a 7 inch smart HMI panel with a fieldbus interface providing:

  • Plug and play setup
  • Fast and easy configuration
  • State of the art responsiveness

With the intergration of EtherCAT P, only one cable is needed to provide the ControlPanel7 both power and communication, which simplifies the installation. With the EtherCAT P out port, other devices such as a second or third ControlPanel7 or remote I/O can be connected.


Industrial Matrix LED display

In automation processes often a 'error' message display is used. These display's mostly are big but simple segment display's which can be observed from a larger distance. (they are used in big production halls). Mostly these displays need a separate interface and/or controller to display the messages.

We have developed a display which uses the EtherCAT Fieldbus. An Ethernet based Fieldbus which is largely used in the industry. In fact we use the EtherCAT-P version which also includes power over the 4-Wire Ethernet cable. So only a single cable is required to connect the display and to have it controlled by the central processing unit.

The display itself is a matrix RGB LED display. Several sizes are possible, the standard configuration is a 400x800mm size display with a 128x256 pixels. With this graphical matrix display one is no more restricted to a 7 or 14 segment LED display.