Z-Wave.Me Wall Flush- Mountables Manual

Z-Wave.Me Wall FlushMountables Manual
ZME_06431: Switch
ZME_06433: Dimmer
ZME_06436: Motor Control
Established: Although the Z-Wave technology is new, it has already developed to form a
technical standard. Renowned manufacturers from various fields offer
solutions and applications that are based on Z-Wave technology and
compatible among one another. This makes the system fit for the future and
promises further upgrade phases. Further information can be found on
www.z-wave.com.
Firmware Version 1.5
Dynamic: 1 General Information about Z-­‐Wave Safe: Generally radio systems build a direct link between the transmitter and the
receiver. The radio signal is attenuated by every obstacle along its path (in the
household e.g. wall, furniture etc). In the worst case the radio system ceases
to function. The advantage of the intelligent Z-Wave system is the so-called
routing function: All devices of Z-Wave not only act as transmitter or receiver
but also simultaneously as “repeater”. Should a direct radio link between the
transmitter and the receiver not be possible, communication will be
established with the assistance of other devices.
Communicative: Z-Wave is a bidirectional radio system. This means that a signal is not just
sent but also a feedback confirming the reception of the signal occurs
automatically. The safety of transmission of the Z-Wave radio-bus-technology
is comparable with that of a wire-linked bus system. It is likewise possible to
determine the switching status by pushing a button: Has the cellar light been
definitely switched off?
Trouble-­‐free:
Z-Wave transmits at a regulated frequency band with a frequency of 868 MHz.
Every Z-Wave network has its own unique network identification. Therefore, it
is possible to operate two or more independently operating networks in a
room or home without any interference. Troubles that can be caused by other
devices, as is the case in open, non-regulated frequencies (e.g. 433 MHz) are
excluded.
Z-Wave is equipped with a dynamic network structure. Right from the start,
the position of the individual Z-Wave device that is supplied with 230 Volts is
monitored and automatically updated in the case of changes. As a means of
which it is possible to continuously adapt the network to its individual
requirements, wholly automatically without the necessity of any programming
tasks.
2 Before Installation/Setup Please read carefully the enclosed user manual before installation of the
radio-actuator, in order to ensure an error-free functioning.
ATTENTION: only authorized technicians under consideration of the
country-specific installation guidelines/norms may do works with
230 Volt networks. Prior to the assembly of the product, the voltage
network has to be switched off and ensured against re-switching.
The product is permitted only for proper use as specified in the user manual.
Any kind of guarantee claim has to be forfeited if changes, modifications or
painting are undertaken. The product must be checked for damages
immediately after unpacking. In the case of damages, the product must not be
operated in any case.
If a danger-free operation of the equipment cannot be assured, the voltage
supply has to be immediately interrupted and the equipment has to be
protected from unintended operation.
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3 Product Description Switch: This device is designed to switch any kind of 230 V mains connected electrical
load (resistive, inductive and reactive). The maximum electrical load is defined
in the technical product spec.
Dimmer: voltage checker. Protect your installation from re-switching. An assembly in
built-in sockets is possible. As a result of the compact design, the wireless
switch/dimmer/sunblind control can be fastened to canopies (depth min.
30 mm), into sunblinds and suspended ceilings, etc. For facilitating this
purpose, the clipped-on switch or base plate may be removed.
With the help of a flush-mounted product, an existing switch installation can
be enhanced to a wireless-capable one. The wireless Flush-Mountable
including support ring and the radio-rocker replaces the existing switch. It can
also be manually switched as before, however, it can also be alternatively
remote-controlled by means of a controller (remote control or wall switch).
This device is designed to dim attached lights. Usage is restricted to
incandescent light, high voltage Halogen lamps and any low voltage and
Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFL) with resistive or inductive load). The
dimmer can’t dim any reactive load, typically for certain switching power
supplies or CFLs. Please make sure the right load is connected to the dimmer
before operating. Connecting a reactive load may destroy both the load and
the dimmer. The maximum electrical load is defined in the technical product
spec.
Sun blind Control: The device is designed to control single or double motor sunblind, shutters or
electrical gates. The controller turns on a 230 V supply or any other voltage
supply to operate the motor and turns off the supply automatically after 1
minute in order to protect the motor. It is possible to adjust the operation time.
The maximum electrical load is defined in the technical product spec.
Note: The use of Flush-Mountables with equipment that does not comply
with the technical standards can cause malfunctioning or damage
connected equipments or flush mounted products.
4 Installation The build-in can be controlled both by using clipped-on rockers, as well as
wireless wall switch or remote control. The assembly must take place in a
voltage-free state by an authorized electrical technician. Turn off the power
supply prior to the mounting and confirm the absence of voltage with a 2-pin
5 Wireless Functions – Z-­‐Wave 5.1 Z-­‐Wave Network Inclusion In order to use the device by a controller the device needs to be included into
a Z-Wave network. Only device that are part of the same network can send
commands to the device.
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1. Follow the instructions on your Z-Wave Primary or Inclusion Controller
to include (add) a Z-Wave device
2. Press Up or Down button three times during 1.5 seconds
3. The LED will become green for 3 seconds and then turn off
4. Your device is ready to work!
5.2 Z-­‐Wave Network Exclusion ´
In order to remove the device from a Z-Wave network the following steps
have to be performed.
1. Follow the instructions on your Z-Wave Primary or Inclusion Controller
to exclude (remove) a Z-Wave device
2. Press Up or Down button three times during 1.5 seconds
3. The LED will begin to blink with red and green continuously.
4. Note! All configurations and associations stored in the device are
deleted during Exclusion process
5. Your device can now be removed physically!
Attention: Removing the device from the network means that it is turned
back into factory default status.
5.3 Z-­‐Wave Associations The Flush-Mountable supports single and double paddle click to control other
Z-Wave devices. The relationship between a controller paddle click and an
action on a different Z-Wave device is called association. If there are different
buttons or different ways to operate a button this may result in different
actions. Devices that receive the same command from such an action are
referred to as association groups.
Refer to your Z-Wave Controller instructions to add devices in these
association groups. A PC gateway/controller gives you the most comfortable
and powerful way to configure your device.
Association groups:
1. Single click or hold control devices in Association group No 1
2. Double click or click-hold control devices in group No 2
3. Devices in Association group No 3 are informed about all device
switch state changes.
All groups support up to 8 nodes and 8 (node, channel) pairs.
5.4 Z-­‐Wave Configuration Z-Wave products are supposed to work out of the box after inclusion, however
certain configuration can adapt the function better to user needs or unlock
further enhanced features.
Note: Configuration parameters 1…3 and 10…15 are similar for all three
devices, switches don’t support configuration 5…9, dimmers don’t support
configurations 8…9.
IMPORTANT: Controllers may only allow to configure signed values. In
order to set values in the range 128…255 for parameters 4, 5 and 6 the
value sent in the application shall be the desired value minus 256. For
example: to set parameter 4 in Window Blind to 200 s it may be needed
to set a value of 200−256=−56.
Similar rule applies to parameter 2: to set values in range 32768…65535
use value equal to desired value minus 65536. For example, to set auto
switch off period to 10 hours = 36000 s it may be needed to set a value
36000−65536=−29536.
LED mode (parameter No 1, size 1 byte) Set LED indication mode
Values:
0
Disabled
1
Show switch/dimmer state / when in motion or inactive (for blinds)
2
Night mode (inverted switch state)
3
Operated by Indicator Command Class (default)
4
Show if not closed (for blinds only)
Automatically switch off after (parameter No 2, size 2 bytes) If not zero, automatically switch off / close blind after a user defined time
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Values:
0
1 – 65535
Disabled (default)
Switch off / close blind after this time (in s)
What to do on RF off command (parameter No 3, size 1 byte) Defines how to interpret RF Off command. Can be used in conjunction with
Auto Off function: Ignore — to switch on the light by motion detectors and
switch it off after some amount of time: in case of multiple motion detectors
each would try to switch the light off that would break logics; Switch on — to
switch on the light on both On and Off paddle press on the remote and switch
it off after some amount of time. Button off click will still work (if button
operations are not disabled).
Values:
0
Switch off (default)
1
Ignore
2
Switch on
Time to go from opened to closed state. Used to estimate the current level.
Note that in permanent motion mode the reported value would be closed or
opened, while all Basic and Multilevel Set values (1…99, 255) would open
except 0 value that would close.
Values:
0
keep in permanent motion
1 – 255 in s (default is 60 s)
Restore Switch State after Power Cycle (parameter No 5, size 1 byte, for switch only) Defines if the switch should restore switch state to the last state prior to
device power off (power cycle)
Values:
0
No
1
Yes (default)
Switch on dimming by buttons (parameter No 4, size 1 byte, for switch only) Defines if the switch should change it state to on/off if it is dimmed by buttons
Values:
0
No
1
Yes (default)
Ignore Start Level (parameter No 4, size 1 byte, for dimmer only) Defines if the dimmer shall ignore start level in StartLevelChange command
despite it is specified or not
Dimmer speed (parameter No 5, size 1 byte, for dimmer only) Time to dim on button presses and Set command (if it has no duration
specified). If not 0, dimming will be done smoothly to preserve bulb life.
Values:
0
instantly
1 – 255 in 10 ms units (default is 30, equal to 300 ms)
Full open time (parameter No 5, size 1 byte, for motor control only) Values:
0
No
1
Yes (default)
Time to go from closed to opened state. Used to estimate the current level.
Note that in permanent motion mode the reported value would be closed or
opened, while all Basic and Multilevel Set values (1…99, 255) would open
except 0 value that would close.
Full close time (parameter No 4, size 1 byte, for motor control only) Values:
0
keep in permanent motion
1 – 255 in s (default is 60 s)
4
1
Dimming Long speed (parameter No 6, size 1 byte, for dimmer only) Time to dim on button holds and StartLevelChange command (if it has no
duration specified).
Values:
1 – 255 in s (default is 3 s)
Node Id of the blocking device (parameter No 6, size 1 byte, for motor control only) Id of the blocking device. Commands from this device would be interpreted
not as Open/Close, but as block/unblock. Useful with door opening detector: if
the door is open, block the blind not to break shades while they move.
on “Off”
Baby Dimming Time (parameter No 8, size 1 byte, for dimmer only) Time to dim on double click Off button for Baby-Dim function. This function
works only if the load is operated by single press and hold button action. If
enabled, the device will wait for a click timeout to see if the second click would
be pressed. This will introduce a small delay for single click commands,
unprotected.
Values:
0
off (default)
1 – 255 minutes
Values:
0
disabled (default)
1 – 232 Node Id of the blocking device
Reaction on opposite Button (parameter No 8, size 1 byte, for motor control only) Set Maximum Light on “On” click (parameter No 7, size 1 byte, for dimmer only) Values:
0
Stop (default)
1
Stop and start moving reverse direction
Defines if the dimmer shall set maximum light level on On command. By
default on On command dimmer restores last level. This parameter allows to
configure to set maximum level on second On command (if already On) or to
always switch on to maximum level.
Values:
0
No (default)
1
if already in On state
2
Always
On which command from blocking node to enable the protection (parameter No 7, size 1 byte, for motor control only) Defines which command from blocking device to interpret as closed door and
hence, unprotected.
Values:
0
on “On” (default)
Defines how the device shall react when hitting the opposite direction button
when motor is moving
Target Dimming Level for Baby DImming (parameter No 9, size 1 byte, for dimmer only) Target level on which to stop while executing Baby Dimming. Can be 0 to
completely switch off the light
Values:
0 - 99 dimmer level % (default is 0)
Invert Open and Close relays (parameter No 9, size 1 byte, for motor control only) Allow exchanging open and close relays if blind control is wired to the motor
incorrectly
Values:
5
0
1
No (default)
Yes
Typical click timeout (parameter No 10, size 1 byte) Typical time used to differentiate click, hold, double and triple clicks
Values:
1 – 100 in 10 ms units (default is 50, that is equivalent to 500 ms)
Invert buttons (parameter No 11, size 1 byte) Values:
0
No (default)
1
Yes
Switch by buttons (parameter No 12, size 1 byte) If disabled, the local operations by buttons will not switch the load, but only
send commands to On/Off association group. In this mode buttons are not
linked with the switch anymore. They can be used separately: buttons to
control remote device, switch will operate by RF commands only.
Values:
0
No
1
By single press and hold (default)
2
By double press and press-hold
Action on button single press or hold (parameter No 13, size 1 byte) Defines which command should be sent on button single press or hold. Basic
commands are sent to Association group. Switch All commands are sent
broadcast.
Values:
0
Disabled
1
Switch On, Off and dim using Basic Set (default)
2
Switch All On/Off
Action on button double press or hold (parameter No 14, size 1 byte) Defines which command should be sent on button double press or press-hold.
Basic commands are sent to Association group. Switch All commands are
sent broadcast. If not disabled, the device will wait for a click timeout to see if
the second click would be pressed. This will introduce a small delay for single
click commands
Values:
0
Disabled (don't wait for double click, default)
1
Switch On, Off and dim using Basic Set
2
Switch All On/Off
Send the following Switch All commands (parameter No 15, size 1 byte) Values:
1
Switch All Off only (default)
2
Switch All On only
255
Switch All On and Off
5.5 Z-­‐Wave Specific Device Information 5.5.1 Z-­‐Wave Device Types Switch:
• Generic: Binary Switch
• Specific: Binary Power Switch
Dimmer:
• Generic: Multilevel Switch
• Specific: Multilevel Power Switch
Motor Control:
• Generic: Multilevel Switch
• Specific: Motor Control Class C
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5.5.2 Supported Command Classes: • All Switch (V1)
• Association (V2)
• Basic (V1)
• Binary Switch (V1) (not for dimmer)
• Configuration (V1)
• Indicator (V1)
• Manufacturer Specific (V1)
• Multi Channel Association (V2)
• Multilevel Switch (V3 for blind, V2 for dimmer, not for switch)
• Node Naming and Location (V1)
• Protection (V1)
• Version (V1)
5.5.3 Controlled Command Classes •
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Switch All
Multi Channel
Basic
Multilevel Switch
6 Use – Handling and LED indicator down the button directs the blind in the desired direction but movement will
stop when the rocker is released.
LED indicator •
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Red and green blinking continuously: Device is not included in a ZWave network
Red lights up for 3 seconds: Device was not included/excluded after
being put into learn mode by triple press of up/down button
Green lights up for 3 seconds: The inclusion/exclusion was successful
or new association was saved successfully
Green or no light: depending on settings of configuration parameter 1
Child Protection The device can be turn into a child protection mode. This means that the local
operation of the device is not possible. The child protection mode MUST be
turned on wirelessly. However it is possible to unlock the device for local
operation with a triple click. The unlock state will last for 5 seconds.
7 Electrical leads: 7.1 Switch in 3-­‐ way mode Switch: Switched on/off by a short press
Dimmer: Short press switches the light on or off. Long pressing the rocker starts
dimming the light up or down. Releasing the rocker stops the dimming. The
dimmer saves the last dimming state. In case the dimmer switches off (short
press) and switches on again (short press) the last dimming state is used.
Sun blind: Moves to upper and lower end points by short pressing the buttons. A short
press in the opposite direction can stop the movement. Long press or holding
7.2 Dimmer in 2-­‐Way mode 7
Switch Flush-­‐Mountable: Type: T 10 A H (Load 10 Ampere, high shutdown capacity), D: 5 mm, L:
20 mm
Sun blind Flush-­‐Mountable: Type: T 8 A H (Load 8 Ampere, high shutdown capacity), D: 5 mm, L: 20 mm
7.3 Sun blind control NOTE: The micro-fuse deals with a backup for the equipment that is
specifically designed to this radio-controlled wireless
dimmer/switch/sunblind. Please use only this fuse type. This micro-fuse
should protect this radio-controlled wireless dimmer/switch/sunblind
from overload and short circuits. When using another fuse component
there is a danger that the device can be destroyed. A spare fuse is
provided in the fuse holder.
8 Micro Fuse Dimmer Flush-­‐Mountable: TROUBLE NOTES: All devices of the system have to be included;
therefore, all the articles of the Z-Wave radio system can be combined.
The transmission or reception range is up to 100 m in free field and is
dependent on the onsite prevailing conditions.
Type: T 1.25 A H (Load 1.25 Ampere, high shutdown capacity), D: 5 mm, L:
20 mm
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Dimensions (H x W x D): 52 x 52 x 31 mm (without cover),
71 x 71 x 42 mm (with cover)
Operating temperature: 0°C to +40°C
9 Technical data All the above-mentioned products comply with the norms only in indoor use:
RTTE 1999/05/EG, EN 60669.
9.1 Wireless Switch Flush-­‐Mountable WRONG APPLICATIONS: Do not operate any equipment that could
cause damages while inadvertently turning on (e.g. disk saw). Operate
only equipments that are approved for operating at 230 V / 50 Hz. Do not
use radio-controlled wireless switch/dimmer/sunblind in security areas
(e.g. as emergency switch or alarm). Load the wireless
switch/dimmer/sunblind only up to the specified maximum load.
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Receiving frequency: 868.42 MHz
Switching capacity: 2 300 W, 460 VA, 600 W, incandescent bulbs
Operating voltage: 230 V, 50 Hz
Micro-fuse: T 10 A H
Dimensions (H x W x D): 52 x 52 x 31 mm (without cover),
71 x 71 x 42 mm (with cover)
Operating temperature: 0°C to +40°C
9.2 Wireless Dimmer Flush-­‐Mountable •
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Receiving frequency: 868.42 MHz
Switching capacity: HV-, NV-Halogen-, incandescent bulbs 25 –
300 W, 40 – 300 VA
Operating voltage: 230 V, 50 Hz
Micro-fuse: T 1.25 A H
Dimensions (H x W x D): 52 x 52 x 31 mm (without cover),
71 x 71 x 42 mm (with cover)
Operating temperature: 0°C to +40°C
9.3 Wireless Flush-­‐Mountable of sun blind •
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Receiving frequency: 868.42 MHz
Switching capacity: resistive 1 800 W, 460 VA (motors + luminescent
lamps), 500 W incandescent bulbs
Operating voltage: 230 V, 50 Hz
Switching time: 1 minute (time period is factory set and can be
changed)
Micro-fuse: T 8 A H
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