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EEBUS Qualification

Is your product an EEBUS-compliant device? Here you will learn how your device can be qualified according to the EEBUS standard.

By qualifying your device, you ensure that it meets the technical requirements and interoperability criteria of the EEBUS Initiative and is compatible with other qualified products within the EEBUS ecosystem.

Process

How does it work?

The qualification is a three-stage process:

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Preparation: The signed Terms of Use, which define the qualification conditions, and the parameter sheets filled out with manufacturer specifications for each test specification (LPC, MPC) are required. These parameter sheets are referred to as 'Annex 1' in the Terms of Use and correspond to the usable data format mentioned therein.
Test execution: Initially, integration tests (Module 1) are conducted. For this purpose, the respective parameter sheets are supplemented with the test results. Additionally, system tests (Module 2) verify the communication and device behavior in the real-world environment.
Evaluation: Upon successful completion of the tests, both the completed and duly signed Parameter Sheets and the Terms of Use will be sent to the EEBus Initiative via email for archiving purposes, and the device will be added to the list of EEBUS devices.

Execution

Where do you test?
You currently have the following options for qualifying your device:
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Your device will be qualified in our laboratory, with your participation (remote or on-site), taking into account the requirements described in the test conditions. Approximately two working days should be allocated for conducting the tests.

Important Documents