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Your Partner for Building Automation and Installations

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Optimal Lighting Management

Cost and energy efficiency play a significant role for lighting. WAGO's solutions provide long-term support for planning and implementing your objectives.


Room Automation and Installation Solutions

Today and tomorrow: To be competitive, buildings need maximum cost-efficiency and the ability to serve a variety of purposes.


HVAC Technology for Tomorrow

Heating and cooling applications account for more than 55% of total energy consumption. The energy transition leads directly to the boiler room. Rely on WAGO’s solutions for the ventilation systems of tomorrow.


Identify and Exploit Potential

Saving energy is good for the environment and for business. The right analysis and active steps can lead to sustainable profit. WAGO is your partner for effective energy management.

Your Partner for Building Automation and Installation

Within building automation and installation, technical possibilities have developed that are virtually limitless. That’s where WAGO comes in: We turn limitless possibilities into the right solution for you.

Our strengths:

  • Ability to make technologies and trends manageable for you
  • Software that keeps you in control of your system
  • Solutions and products that simplify your life

Variable Room Concept for Flexible Work Environments

Philips has created not only a highly modern workspace with creatively themed areas at its regional headquarters in Hamburg, but the building is also a showpiece for innovative lighting technology. The flexROOM® adaptable solution for building automation from WAGO manages the complete automation of rooms at the six-story campus.

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“The System is Practically Protected against Mismating.”

The requirements on state-of-the-art building installations have changed. As construction times grow shorter, the electricians have less and less time on the jobsite for installation work. Add to this additional tasks like commissioning fire alarm systems or IT installations, which also fall within the scope of their activity.

Therefore, thinking outside the box can show whether it makes sense to use a state-of-the-art connector system. Elektro Schlötel describes its experience with the WINSTA® Pluggable Connection System.

January 3, 2019

Emergency Lighting: Safe in Case of Emergency

If the power fails and the light goes out at home, it can be very inconvenient, but it does not necessarily create a significant security risk. The situation is markedly different in a shopping center, in a cinema, at the airport or in a production facility – wherever large groups meet, a sudden lighting failure can quickly lead to critical situations. Even more dangerous is when there is a real emergency occurring at the same time, such as a fire or heavy smoke. In such cases, lighting must be used to ensure that all the people inside the building can find the quickest way out.
December 18, 2018

Lots of Time Saved with WINSTA®

The Berlin company Altmann & Böhning Berlin has undertaken the electrical installation in the new ottensenOPEN office building in Hamburg. Robert Kirsch, Electrotechnology Project Manager at the company, explains the role pluggable technology took.
August 27, 2018

“Modern building solutions are the future.”

Traditional, solid timber construction designed for permanent use is becoming less desirable for building owners and investors, according to the federal association of builders. A visible sign of this are architecturally unique buildings with their container-like design. These solutions make new demands on installation technology: pluggable, fast, ready to use and safe. Christoph Schlate, Managing Director of Pitthan GmbH, describes his experience with WINSTA®.

August 27, 2018

“We Were Able to Do 90 Percent of the Groundwork.”

Planning offices define clear requirements for wiring lights in new buildings. One example of this is lighting systems wired with pluggable installation. When a project entails a large quantity of lights, as is the case in functional buildings, it should be easy for the end user to exchange defective lights. This is where WAGO's pluggable installation is especially convincing. Sebastian Keilbach, Project Manager at Sauter, describes his experience with the WINSTA® Pluggable Connection System.


Economical Building Automation with BACnet

BACnet – for time-saving, cost-efficient and open building automation; WAGO's new BACnet/IP ECO Controller and BACnet/IP Coupler have an excellent price/performance ratio above all.

Protocols in Building Automation

The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM provides users with a wide range of interface solutions for bus systems and subsystems for building automation.

Regardless of whether you are using KNX, BACnet, LON® or MODBUS TCP/IP for building automation – use our system to create open, flexible solutions. Make manufacturer-specific solutions be a thing of the past. You will also be extremely flexible when it comes to communicating with subsystems and interfaces. A great variety of protocols are supported, including:

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