European Home Systems Protocol

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European Home Systems (EHS) Protocol was aimed at home appliances control and communication using power line communication (PLC), developed by the European Home Systems Association (EHSA).

Now, after merging with two other protocols, it is a part of KNX (standard), which complies with the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC) norm EN 50090 and has a chance to be a basis for the first open standard for home and building control.

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