Z-Wave Qubino Flush Shutter Manual V8.4

Qubino
Danger of electrocution!
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The INNOVATIVE and SMALLEST
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Flush shutter
Electrical diagram 24VDC
Module installation requires a great degree of
skill and may be performed only by a qualified
and licensed electrician.
Even when the module is turned off, voltage
may be present on its terminals. Any works
on configuration changes related to
connection mode or load must be always
performed by disconnected power supply
(disable the fuse).
Z-WAVE FREQUENCY
ZMNHCA2
868,4 MHz
ZMNHCA3
921,4 MHz
ZMNHCA4
908,4 MHz
ZMNHCA5
869,0 Mhz
ZMNHCA6
916,0 Mhz
Do not connect the module to loads exceeding
recommended values. Connect the module only
in accordance to the below diagrams. Improper
connections may be dangerous.
Package contents
This Z-Wave module is used to control the motor
of blinds, rollers, shades, garage doors, gates,
venetian blinds, etc … The module can be
controlled either through a Z-Wave network or
through the wall switch.
Precise positioning is supported for motors
equipped with mechanical or electronic end
switches. The module is designed to be mounted
inside a “flush mounting box”, hidden behind a
traditional wall switch. Module measures power
consumption of motor and support connection of
digital temperature sensor. It is designed to act as
repeater in order to improve range and stability of
Z-wave network.
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Flush shutter
Electrical diagram 230VAC
Supported switches
Module supports mono-stable switches (push
button) and bi-stable switches.
Installation
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Before the installation disconnect power
supply.
Connect the module according to electrical
diagram.
Locate the antenna far from metal elements
(as far as possible).
Do not shorten the antenna.
N
L
Q1
Q2
I2
I1
TS
Neutral lead
Live lead
Output for motor UP (open)
Output for motor DOWN (close)
Input for switch/push button DOWN
(close)
Input for switch/push button UP
(open)
Terminal for digital temperature
sensor (only for Flush shutter
module
compatible
digital
temperature sensor, which must be
ordered separately).
(Removing
process, completing full cycle - up, down and
up again.
4) Set the parameter 78 (Forced Flush shutter
calibration) value to 0.
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Calibration through the switch keys (I1,
I2)
1)
Include the module into the Z-Wave network,
according to module include instructions.
Quick press the switch key connected to I1
input and wait until the shutter reach upper
limit switch
Quick press the switch key connected to I2
input and wait until the shutter reach lower
limit switch
Quick press the switch key connected to I1
input and wait until the shutter reach upper
limit switch
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Notes for the diagram:
N
L
Q1
Q2
I2
I1
TS
+VDC
-VDC
Output for motor UP (open)
Output for motor DOWN (close)
Input for switch/push button DOWN
(close)
Input for switch/push button UP (open)
Terminal for digital temperature sensor
(only for Flush shutter module
compatible digital temperature sensor,
which must be ordered separately).
S
Notes for the diagram:
press push button I1 three times within 3s (3
times change switch state within 3 seconds)
Module Exclusion/Reset
from Z-Wave network)
Note!
ORDERING CODE
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Service button (used
to add or remove
module from the
Z-Wave network).
Durability of the device depends on applied load.
For resistive load (light bulbs, etc.) and 4A
current consumption of each individual electrical
device, the durability exceeds 70.000 switches of
each individual electrical device.
Module Inclusion (Adding to Z-wave
network)
Connect module to power supply
bring module within maximum 1 meter (3
feet) of the main controller,
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enable add/remove mode on main controller,
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press service button S for more than 6
second or
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press push button I1 five times within 3s (5
times change switch state within 3 seconds)
in the first 60 seconds after the module is
connected to the power supply.
By this function all parameters of the module are
set to default values and own ID is deleted.
If service button S is pressed more than 2 and
less than 6 second module is excluded, but
configuration parameters are not set to default
values.
Association
Association enables Flush shutter module to
transfer commands inside Z-wave network
directly (without main controller) to other Z-Wave
modules.
Associated Groups:
Group 1: multilevel (triggered at changes of value
of the Flush shutter position) up to 16 nodes.
Group 2: default reporting group (reserved for the
main controller)
Automatic calibration
Automatic calibration is a process during which
the Flush shutter learns the position of the limit
switches.
Shutter positioning calibration
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Connect module to power supply (with
temperature sensor connected
- if
purchased),
bring module within maximum 1 meter (3
feet) of the main controller,
enable add/remove mode on main controller,
auto-inclusion (30 minutes after connected
to power supply) or
press service button S for more than 2
second or
There are two procedures of calibration.
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1)
Calibration through main controller UI
Include the module into the Z-wave network,
according to module include instructions.
2) Set the parameter 78 (Forced Flush shutter
calibration) value to 1.
3) Flush shutter performs the calibration
2)
3)
4)
Manual operation
Module allows for connecting push buttons
(mono stable) or switches (bi stable) to I1 and I2
terminals.
Clicking up button (<2s) connected to I1, initiates
up movement.
Clicking down button (<2s) connected to I2,
initiates down movement.
If the shutter is moving, each click, of any button,
will stop the movement.
Keep pressed button (>2s) connected to
initiates up movement until the button
released.
Keep pressed button (>2s) connected to
initiates down movement until the button
released.
I1,
is
I2,
is
Configuration parameters
Parameter no. 10 - Activate/deactivate
functions ALL ON / ALL OFF
Available configuration parameters (data type is
1 Byte DEC):
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default value 255
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255 - ALL ON active, ALL OFF active.
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0 - ALL ON is not active ALL OFF is not
active
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1 - ALL ON is not active ALL OFF active
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2 - ALL ON is not active ALL OFF is not
active
Module responds to commands ALL ON / ALL
OFF that may be sent by the main controller or by
other controller belonging to the system.
Parameter no. 40 - Power reporting in Watts
on power change for Q1 or Q2
Set value means percentage, set value from 0 –
100 = 0% - 100%. Available configuration
parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):
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default value 1
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0 – Reporting Disabled
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1 – 100 = 1% - 100% Reporting enabled.
Power report is send (push) only when
actual power (in Watts) in real time changes
for more than set percentage comparing to
previous actual power in Watts, step is 1%.
NOTE: if power changed is less than 1W, the
report is not send (pushed), independent of
percentage set.
Parameter no. 42 – Power reporting in Watts
by time interval for Q1 or Q2
Set value means time interval (0 – 65535) in
seconds, when power report is send. Available
configuration parameters (data type is 2 Byte
DEC):
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default value 300 (power report in Watts is
send each 300s)
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0 – Reporting Disabled
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1 – 65535 = 1 second – 65535 seconds.
Reporting enabled, power report is send with
time interval set by entered value.
Parameter no. 45 - Self-measurement
Module may include power and energy used by
module itself in reports sent to the main controller.
Available configuration parameters (data type is
1 Byte DEC):
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0 – default value
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0 - Self-measurement disabled
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1 - Self-measurement enable
Parameter no. 74 – Motor moving up/down
time
This parameter defines shutter motor moving
time of complete opening or complete closing.
Available configuration parameters (data type is
2 Byte DEC):
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Default value 0
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0 – moving time disabled (working with limit
switches)
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1 – 65535 = 0,1seconds – 6553,5seconds
After that time motor is stopped (relay goes
to off state)
Technical Specifications
Parameter no. 76 - Motor operation detection
Power threshold to be interpreted when motor
reach the limit switch. Available configuration
parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):
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Default value: 10 (10W).
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Available settings: 0 - 255 (1-255 W)
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The value 0 means reaching a limit switch
will not be detected
Parameter no. 78 - Forced Shutter calibration
By modifying the parameters setting from 0 to 1 a
Shutter enters the calibration mode. Available
configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte
DEC):
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Default value: 0
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1 - Start calibration process (after shutter
performs the calibration process, completing
full cycle - up, down and up, set the
parameter 78 (Forced Shutter calibration)
value back to 0.
Important disclaimer
BASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
Power supply
NOTE:
Important is that the reference position to
manually set moving time is always shutter lower
position!
Set parameter 74 to 0 and move the shutter
(using up/down push buttons or main controller
UI) to desired lower position. On this shutter
position, set parameter 74 to time for complete
opening or complete closing. At this point shutter
can be moved up (open) for set time, but can't be
moved down because this position is already set
as lower shutter position.
To change shutter lower position below already
set (manual recalibration), parameter 74 must be
set to 0 and repeat the procedure described
above.
In case shutter has limit switches, but anyhow
you would like to limit opening/closing position by
time, you can still do it. In case you put time that
is longer that opening/closing real time limited by
limit switches, shutter will stop at limit switch, but
the module relay will switch off after define time,
not by shutter limit switch. Take in consideration
that in this condition, the positioning with slider
through UI will not show correct shutter position.
Z-Wave Device Class:
110 - 230 VAC ±10%
50/60Hz, 24-30VDC
Rated load current of AC 2 X 4A / 230VAC
output (resistive load)*
GENERIC_TYPE_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
SPECIFIC_TYPE_CLASS_B_MOTOR_CONTROL
Z-Wave Supported Command Classes:
Rated load current of DC 2 X 4A / 30VDC
output (resistive load)
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL_V3
Output circuit power of
AC output (resistive load)
Output circuit power of
DC output (resistive load)
Power measurement
accuracy
2 X 920W (230VAC)
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL_V3
P=0-200W, +/-2W
P>200W, +/-3%
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL_V3
Digital temperature
sensor range (sensor
must be ordered
separately)
-50 ~ +125°C
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION
Operation temperature
Distance
-10 ~ +40°C
up to 30 m indoors
(depending on
building materials)
Z-wave wireless communication is inherently not
always 100% reliable, and as such, this product
should not be used in situations in which life
and/or valuables are solely dependent on its
function.
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC
Warning!
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL
2 X 96W (24VDC)
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_BINARY
COMMAND_CLASS_METER_V3
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL
COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION
Dimensions (WxHxD)
41,8x36,8x16,9mm
(package)
(79x52x22)
Weight (Brutto with package)
28g (34g)
Electricity consumption
For installation in boxes
0,4W
Ø ≥ 60mm or 2M
Switching
Relay (2x)
COMMAND_CLASS_MARK
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC
This product can be included and operated in any
Z-Wave network with other Z-Wave certified
devices from any other manufacturers. All
constantly powered nodes in the same network
will act as repeaters regardless of the vendor in
order to increase reliability of the network.
Do not dispose of electrical appliances as
unsorted municipal waste, use separate
collection facilities.
Contact your local government for information
regarding the collection systems available. If
electrical appliances are disposed of in landfills
or dumps, hazardous substances can leak into
the groundwater and get into the food chain,
damaging your health and well-being. When
replacing old appliances with new once, the
retailer is legally obligated to take back your old
appliance for disposal at least for free of charge.
This user manual is subject to change and
improvement without notice.
*In case of load other than resistive, pay attention
to the value of cos φ and if necessary apply load
lower than the rated load. Max current for cos
φ=0,4 is 2A at 250VAC, 3A at 24VDC.
Qubino
Goap d.o.o. Nova Gorica
Ulica Klementa Juga 007
5250 Solkan
Slovenia
E-mail: info@qubino.com
Tel:
+386 5 335 95 00
Web: www.qubino.com
Date: 20.2.2015
Document: Qubino_Flush shutter
user manual_V8.4_eng
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