Z-Wave Plus Aeotec Nano Dimmer Engineering Sheet

Z-Wave Plus Aeotec Nano Dimmer Engineering Sheet
Aeon Labs Nano Dimmer
(Z-Wave Nano Dimmer)
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Change history
Revision
Date
Change Description
1
08/10/2016
Initial draft.
2
10/20/2016
Update
3
10/28/2016
Update
4
10/31/2016
Update
5
11/01/2016
Update
6
12/07/2016
Update
7
12/13/2016
Update
8
02/27/2017
Update
9
06/01/2017
Update
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Aeon Labs Nano Dimmer
Engineering Specifications and Advanced Functions for Developers
Aeon Labs Nano Dimmer is a Z-Wave multilevel switch device based on Z-Wave enhanced 232
slave library V6.51.09.
You can use it to control (on/off/dim) of any kinds of bulbs. It supports a variety of installations of
wiring connection, such as the 2-wire, 3-wire connection and so on.
It can be included and operated in any Z-Wave network with other Z-Wave certified devices from
other manufacturers and/or other applications. All non-battery operated nodes within the network
will act as repeaters regardless of vendor to increase reliability of the network.
The Nano Dimmer is a security Z-Wave plus device, so a security enabled controller is needed for
take full advantage of all functionally for the Nano Dimmer. It also supports the Over The Air (OTA)
feature for the product’s firmware upgrade.
As soon as Nano Dimmer is removed from a Z-Wave network, it will be restored into default factory
setting.
1. Library and Command Classes
1.1 SDK: 6.51.09
1.2 Library
Basic Device Class: BASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
Generic Device class: GENERIC_TYPE_SWITCH_ MULTILEVEL
Specific Device Class: SPECIFIC_TYPE_POWER_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
1.3 Commands Class
Included Non-Secure Network
Included Secure Network
Node Info
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO V2
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO V2
Frame
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_BINARY
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION V2
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL V2
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC V2
COMMAND_CLASS_METER V3
COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY V1
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL V1
COMMAND_CLASS_DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY V1
COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION V1
COMMAND_CLASS_MARK V1
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO V1
COMMAND_CLASS_HAIL V1
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION V2
COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTUATOR_CONF V1
COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTIVATION V1
COMMAND_CLASS_NOTIFICATION V4
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC V2
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION V2
COMMAND_CLASS_FIRMWARE_UPDATE_MD V3
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL V1
COMMAND_CLASS_CLOCK V1
COMMAND_CLASS_DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY V1
COMMAND_CLASS_MARK V1
COMMAND_CLASS_HAIL V1
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Security
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO V1
-
Command
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_BINARY
Supported
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL V2
Report
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL V1
Frame
COMMAND_CLASS_METER V3
COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION V1
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION V2
COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTUATOR_CONF V1
COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTIVATION V1
COMMAND_CLASS_NOTIFICATION V4
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL V1
COMMAND_CLASS_CLOCK V1
COMMAND_CLASS_FIRMWARE_UPDATE_MD V3
2. Technical specifications
Operating distance: Up to 300 feet/100 meters outdoors.
Input: 120V~, 60Hz. (USA Version)
230V~, 50Hz. (EU, AU, CN Version)
230V~, 60Hz. (BR version)
Output: 120V~, 60Hz, Max 1.2A. (USA Version)
230V~, 50Hz, Max 1.2A. (EU Version)
230V~, 50Hz, Max 1.2A. (CN Version)
230V~, 50Hz, Max 1.2A. (AU Version)
230V~, 60Hz, Max 1.2A. (BR Version)
Operating temperature: 0
℃ to 40℃.
Relative humidity: 8% to 80%.
3. Familiarize yourself with your Dimmer
3.1 Interface
Notes for the wire connection ports:
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L – Power input for live
N – Power input for neutral
OUT – Output for load
COM – Common port for all External switches (S1 and S2)
S1 – External switch 1 control for load
S2 – External switch 2 control for load
3.2 Wire connection
a. 3-Wire connection
b. 2-Wire connection
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4. All functions of each trigger
4.1 Function of Action Button
Since Nano Dimmer supports multiple NIFs, the non-security NIF can be sent out via pressing the
Action Button one time, the security NIF can be sent out via pressing the Action Button 2 times.
Trigger
Press one
time
Description
1. Send out non-security Node Info frame (the node info list doesn’t
contain Security CC).
2. Add Nano Dimmer into a Z-Wave network:
1. Power on your Dimmer, the RGB LED will be colorful gradient status.
2. Turn the primary controller into inclusion mode (If you don’t know how to do
this, refer to its manual).
3. Press the Action button.
4. If the inclusion is success, the LED will be solid. Otherwise, the LED will remain
colorful gradient status, in which you need to repeat the process from step 2.
3. Remove Nano Dimmer from a Z-Wave network:
1. Power on the Dimmer, the LED will remain solid state.
2. Turn the primary controller into remove mode (If you don’t know how to do
this, refer to its manual).
3. Press the Action button.
4. If the remove is successful, the LED will be colorful gradient status. If the LED
still be solid, please repeat the process from step 2.
Quick Press
2 times
1. Send out security Node Info frame (the node info list contains Security
CC).
2. Add Nano Dimmer into a Z-Wave network:
1. Power on the Dimmer, the LED will be colorful gradient status.
2. Turn the primary controller into inclusion mode (If you don’t know how to do
this, refer to its manual).
3. Press the Action Button 2 times continuously.
4. If the inclusion is success, the LED will be solid. Otherwise, the LED will remain
colorful gradient status, in which you need to repeat the process from step 2.
3. Remove Nano Dimmer from a Z-Wave network:
1. Power on the Nano Dimmer, the LED will be solid.
2. Turn the primary controller into remove mode (If you don’t know how to do
this, refer to its manual).
3. Press the Action button.
4. If the remove is success, the LED will be colorful gradient status. If the LED still
be solid, please repeat the process from step 2.
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Quick press
Activate the automatic identification mode for external switch S1.
4 times
The blue LED will fast blink to indicate the Nano Dimmer is in this mode.
Note: When the Nano Dimmer enters this mode, toggle the external switch S1
once and wait 2 seconds for the Dimmer to detect the external switch type of S1.
Quick press
Activate the automatic identification mode for external switch S2.
6 times
The green LED will fast blink to indicate the Nano Dimmer is in this mode.
Note: When the Nano Dimmer enters this mode, toggle the external switch S2
once and wait 2 seconds for the Dimmer to detect the external switch type of
S2.
Press and
Reset Nano Dimmer to factory default:
hold 20
1. Make sure the Nano Dimmer has been connected to the power supply.
seconds
2. Press and hold the Action Button for 20 seconds, the green LED will be on for
2 seconds and then remain colorful gradient status, which indicates the reset is
success, otherwise please repeat the step.
Note:
1, This procedure should only be used when the primary controller is missing or
inoperable.
2, Reset Nano Dimmer to factory default settings will:
a), exclude the Nano Dimmer from Z-Wave network;
b), delete the Association setting, power measure value, Scene Configuration
settings and restore the Configuration settings to their defaults.
4.2 RGB LED indication when Nano Dimmer is in Energy Mode
RGB LED
RGB indication
Status
Green
Output load is in small wattage range.
,
AU version, the range of load wattage is [0W, 92W)
EU version , the range of load wattage is [0W, 92W)
US version the range of load wattage is [0W, 48W)
Yellow
Output load is in big wattage range.
,the range of load wattage is [48W, 96W)
AU version ,the range of load wattage is [92W, 184W)
EU version ,the range of load wattage is [92W, 184W)
US version
Red
Output load is in warning wattage range.
, the range of load wattage is [96W,144W)
AU version , the range of load wattage is [184W, 276W)
EU version , the range of load wattage is [184W, 276W)
US version
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4.3 RGB LED indication when Nano Dimmer is in RF Power level test mode
RGB LED
RGB indication
Status
Purple LED fast blink
Enter into the wireless power level test mode
Green LED is switched to ON
wireless power level is good
state for 2 seconds
Yellow LED is switched to ON
wireless power level is acceptable but latency can
state for 2 seconds
occur
Red LED is switched to ON sta
wireless power level is insufficient
te for 2 seconds
5. Special rule of each command
5.1 Z-Wave Plus Info Report Command Class
Parameter
Value
Z-Wave Plus Version
1
Role Type
5 (ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_REPORT_ROLE_TYPE_SLAVE_ALWAYS_ON)
Node Type
0 (ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_REPORT_NODE_TYPE_ZWAVEPLUS_NODE)
Installer Icon Type
0x0600 (ICON_TYPE_GENERIC_LIGHT_DIMMER_SWITCH)
User Icon Type
0x0600 (ICON_TYPE_GENERIC_LIGHT_DIMMER_SWITCH)
5.2 Basic Command Class
Basic Set=0x01-0x63 maps Multilevel Switch Set=0x01-0x63, dim ON output load to the brightness
of 1% - 99%.
Basic Set=0xFF maps Multilevel Switch Set=0xFF, dim ON output load.
Basic Set=0x00 maps Multilevel Switch Set=0x00, dim OFF output load.
Basic Get/Report maps Multilevel Switch Get/Report.
5.3 Association Command Class
Nano Dimmer supports 4 association groups and Max 5 nodes for every group.
Association
Group
Nodes
Send
Send commands
Mode
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Group 1
[1,5]
Single
When the load state of Nano Dimmer (on/off/dim the load
Cast
) is changed:
1.
Set Configuration parameter 80 to 0: Send Nothing
(Default).
2.
Set Configuration parameter 80 to 1: Send Hail CC.
3.
Set Configuration parameter 80 to 2: Send the Basic
Report.
4.
Set Configuration parameter 80 to 3: Send Hail CC
when using the manual switch to change the load
state.
5.
Set Configuration parameter 80 to 4: Send Switch
Multilevel Report.
Group 2
[1,5]
Single
Forward the Basic Set, Switch Binary Set, Switch Multilevel
Cast
Start Level Change, Switch Multilevel Stop Level Change,
Switch Multilevel Set, Switch all to the associated nodes in
Group 2 when the Nano Dimmer receives the Basic Set,
Switch Binary Set, Switch Multilevel Start Level Change,
Switch Multilevel Stop Level Change, Switch Multilevel Set,
Switch all commands from main controller.
(E.g. Send/forward Basic Set to control the other nodes in
association Group 2 )
Group 3
[1,5]
Single
Send Basic Set (configured by parameter 0x51 ) to the
Cast
associated nodes in Group 3 when the external switch S1
is operated.
Note: The Switch Mode of external switch S1 should be identified
successfully, which means that the value of Configuration
parameter 0x78 should be non-zero, then the Basic Set can be
sent to the associated nodes in Group 3 via triggering the S1
switch.
Group 4
[1,5]
Single
Send Basic Set (configured by parameter 0x52) to the
Cast
associated nodes in Group 4 when the external switch S2
is operated.
Note: The Switch Mode of external switch S2 should be identified
successfully, which means that the value of Configuration
parameter 0x79 should be non-zero, then the Basic Set can be
sent to the associated nodes in Group 3 via triggering the S2
switch.
5.4 Association Group Info Command Class
5.4.1 Association Group Info Report Command Class
Profile: General: NA (Profile MSB=0, Profile LSB=1)
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:01 01 00 00 01 00 00 00
Group 2:01 02 00 00 00 00 00 00
Group 3:01 03 00 20 01 00 00 00
Group 4:01 04 00 20 02 00 00 00
Group 1
5.4.2 Association Group Name Report Command Class
Group 1: Lifeline
Group 2: Retransmit
Group 3: Control Key1
Group 4: Control Key2
5.4.3 Association Group Command List Report
Group 1:
Command List Report: 5A 01 26 03 20 03 82 01 71 05.
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC
BASIC_ REPORT
COMMAND_CLASS_HAIL
HAIL
COMMAND_CLASS_ SWITCH _MULTILEVEL
SWITCH _MULTILEVEL_REPORT
COMMAND_CLASS_NOTIFICATION_V4
NOTIFICATION_REPORT_V4
COMMAND_CLASS_DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY
DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY_NOTIFICATION
Group 2:
Command List Report: 25 01 20 01 27 04 27 05 26 04 26 05 26 01 2B 01.
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_BINARY
SWITCH_BINARY_SET
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC
BASIC_SET
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL
SWITCH_ALL_ON
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL
SWITCH_ALL_OFF
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
SWITCH_MULTILEVEL_START_LEVEL_CHANGE
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
SWITCH_MULTILEVEL_STOP_LEVEL_CHANGE
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
SWITCH_MULTILEVEL_SET
COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTIVATION
SCENE_ACTIVATION_SET
Group 3:
Command List Report: 20 01.
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC
BASIC_SET
Group 4:
Command List Report: 20 01.
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC
BASIC_SET
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5.5 Manufacturer Specific Report
Parameter
Value
Manufacturer ID 1
US/EU/AU=0x00 CN=0x01
Manufacturer ID 2
US/EU/AU=0x86 CN=0x6A
Product Type ID 1
EU=0x00, US=0x01, AU=0x02 CN=0x1D (29)
Product Type ID 2
0x03
Product ID 1
0x00
Product ID 2
0x6F
5.6 Multilevel Switch Command Class
The Multilevel Switch CC is used to change the state/brightness level of output load.
5.7 Notification Command Class
Notification Types
Notification Events
Power Management
0x08
Over-current detected
0x06
Heat Alarm
0x04
Overheat detected
0x02
5.8 Configuration Command Class
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Command Class = COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION
Command = CONFIGURATION_SET
Parameter Number
Default
Reserved
Size
Configuration Value 1(MSB)
Configuration Value 2
………
Configuration Value n(LSB)
Parameter Number Definitions (8 bit):
Parameter
Description
Default
Number
Size
Value
Hex /
Decimal
0x03 (3)
Current Overload Protection. Output Load will be turned
off automatically after 30 seconds and if the current
overrun 1.5A.
0 = Disabled,
1 = Enabled
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1
1
0x04 (4)
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
State appointment 1:
Value1=00
4
Set the ON time of output load.
Value2=18
Value1 = 0, disable or =non zero, enable (day, bit0 - bit6
Value3=00
represent Mon to Sun).
Value4=99
Overheat protection. Output Load will be turned off
automatically after 30 seconds and if the temperature of
product inside exceeds 100
℃.
0 = Disabled,
1 = Enabled
0x14 (20)
Configure the output status after re-power on it.
0 = Last status,
1 = Always on,
2 = Always off
0x50 (80)
To set which notification would be sent to the
associated devices (Group 1) when the state of Nano
Dimmer’s load is changed.
0 = Send Nothing,
1 = Send Hail CC,
2 = Send Basic CC report.
3 = Send Multilevel Switch report
4 = Send Hail CC when using the manual switch to
change the load state.
0x51 (81)
To set which notification would be sent to the
associated nodes in association group 3 when using
the external switch 1 to switch the loads.
0 = Send Nothing
1 = Basic Set CC.
0x52 (82)
To set which notification would be sent to the
associated nodes in association group 4 when using
the external switch 2 to switch the loads.
0 = Send Nothing
1 = Basic Set CC.
0x55 (85)
Value2 = ON (hour)
Value3 = ON (minute)
Value4 = ON (brightness level)
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0x56 (86)
State appointment 2:
Value1=00
Set the ON time of output load.
Value2=23
Value1 = 0, disable or = non zero, enable (day, bit0 - bit6
Value3=00
represent Mon to Sun).
Value4=00
4
Value2 = ON (hour)
Value3 = ON (minute)
Value4 = ON (brightness level)
0x5A (90)
Enables/disables parameter 91 and 92 below:
0
1
25 (W)
2
5 (%)
1
1 = enabled
0 = disabled.
0x5B (91)
The value here represents minimum change in wattage
(in terms of wattage) for a REPORT to be sent (Valid
values 0-60000).
0x5C (92)
The value here represents minimum change in wattage
percent (in terms of percentage) for a REPORT to be
sent (Valid values 0-100).
0x64 (100)
Set 101-103 to default.
N/A
1
0x65 (101)
Which reports need to send in Report group 1 (See flags
0x00 00 00 00
4
0x00 00 00 00
4
0x00 00 00 00
4
in table below).
0x66 (102)
Which reports need to send in Report group 2 (See flags
in table below).
0x67 (103)
Which reports need to send in Report group 3 (See flags
in table below).
0x6E (110)
Set 111-113 to default.
N/A
1
0x6F (111)
The time interval of sending Report group 1 (Valid
0x00 00 00 03
4
0x00 00 02 58
4
0x00 00 02 58
4
0
1
values 0x01-0x7FFFFFFF).
0x70 (112)
The time interval of sending Report group 2 (Valid
values 0x01-0x7FFFFFFF).
0x71 (113)
The time interval of sending Report group 3 (Valid
values 0x01-0x7FFFFFFF).
0x78 (120)
Configure the external switch mode for S1.
0 = Unidentified mode.
1 = 2-state switch mode.
2 = 3-way switch mode.
3 = momentary switch button mode.
4 = Enter automatic identification mode.
Note: When the mode is determined, this mode value
will not be reset after exclusion.
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0x79 (121)
Configure the external switch mode for S2.
0
1
0
1
3
1
3
1
0 = Unidentified mode.
1 = 2-state switch mode.
2 = 3-way switch mode.
3 = momentary switch button mode.
4 = Enter automatic identification mode.
Note: When the mode is determined, this mode value
will not be reset after exclusion.
0x7A (122)
Get the state of touch panel port.
0 = the touch panel is not connected.
5 = the touch panel is connected.
0x7B (123)
Set the control destination for external switch S1
1 = control the output loads of itself.
2 = control the other nodes.
3 = control the output loads of itself and other nodes.
0x7C (124)
Set the control destination for external switchS2
1 = control the output loads of itself.
2 = control the other nodes.
3 = control the output loads of itself and other nodes.
0x7D (125)
Set the default dimming rate.
3
1
0x80 (128)
Get the current working mode
0
1
1
1
0 = unknown
1 = 2-wire mode
2 = 3-wire mode
Note:
1.
This parameter is a Get-only parameter.
2.
When the mode is determined, this mode value will
not be reset after exclusion.
0x81 (129)
Set the dimming principle
0 = Trailing edge mode
1 = Leading edge mode
Note: When the mode is determined, this mode value
will not be reset after exclusion.
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0x82 (130)
To get what type of load the Dimmer is connected to.
0
1
0
1
99
1
2
1
0
1
N/A
4
N/A
1
0 = Unknown
1 = Resistive load
2 = Capacitive load
3 = Inductive load
Note:
1.
This parameter is a Get-only parameter.
2.
When the load type is determined, this type value
will not be reset after exclusion.
0x83 (131)
Set the min brightness level that the load can reach to.
Note: When the level is determined, this level value will
not be reset after exclusion.
0x84 (132)
Set the max brightness level that the load can reach to.
Note: When the level is determined, this level value will
not be reset after exclusion.
0xF9 (249)
Set the recognition way of load
0 = Never recognize the load when power on.
1 = Only recognize once when first power on.
2 = Recognize the load once power on.
0xFC (252)
Lock/unlock configuration parameters
0 = Unlock,
1 = Lock.
0xFF (255)
、
、Size=4
1, Value=0x55555555 Default=1
Reset to factory default setting and removed from the zwave network
、
、Size=1
2, Value=0 Default=1
Reset all configuration parameters to factory default
setting
:
Configuration Values for parameter 101-103
7
configuration
6
5
4
Reserved
Value 1(MSB)
configuration
Reserved
Value 2
configuration
Reserved
Value 3
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3
2
1
0
configuration
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Value 4(LSB)
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Meter
Meter
Meter
Meter
REPORT
REPORT
REPORT
REPORT
(kWh)
( Watt)
(A)
(V)
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