Smart Switch 6

Smart Switch 6
Aeotec by Aeon Labs Smart Switch.
Aeotec Smart Switch is a low-cost Z-Wave® Switch plug-
in module specifically used to enable Z-Wave command
and control (on/off) of any plug-in tool. It can report
immediate wattage consumption or kWh energy usage
over a period of time. In the event of power failure, nonvolatile memory retains all programmed information
relating to the unit’s operating status.
Smart Switch 6
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Its surface has a Smart RGB LED, which can be used
for indicating the output load status or strength of the
wireless signal. You can configure its indication colour
according to your favour.
The Smart Switch 6 is also a security Z-wave device and
supports Over The Air (OTA) feature for the products
firmware upgrade.
Familiarize yourself with your Smart Switch.
Quick start.
Getting your Smart Switch up and running is as simple
as plugging it into a wall socket and linking it to your
Z-Wave network. The following instructions tell you how
to link your Smart Switch to your Z-Wave network via
Aeotec by Aeon Labs’ Z-Stick or Minimote controller.
If you are using other products as your main Z-Wave
controller, such as a Z-Wave gateway, please refer to
the part of their respective manual that tells you how add
new devices to your network.
When the Smart Switch is plugged
into a wall socket and powered on,
it can act a repeater in your Z-wave
network
2. If your Z-Stick is plugged into a gateway or a
computer, unplug it.
3. Take your Z-Stick to your Smart Switch.
4. Press the Action Button on your Z-Stick.
5. Press the Action Button on your Smart Switch.
6. If Smart Switch has been successfully linked to
your Z-Wave network, its RGB LED will no longer
blink. If the inclusion was unsuccessful and the LED
continues to blink when you press the Action Button
on the Smart Switch, repeat the instructions from step
4.
7. Press the Action Button on the Z-Stick to take it out of
inclusion mode and then return it to your gateway or
computer.
If you’re using a Minimote:
3. Press the Include button on your Minimote.
4. Press the Action Button on your Smart Switch.
5. If Smart Switch has been successfully linked to
your Z-Wave network, its RGB LED will no longer
blink. If the inclusion was unsuccessful and the LED
continues to blink when you press the Action Button
on the Smart Switch, repeat the instructions from step
4.
6. Press any button on your Minimote to take it out of
inclusion mode.
With your Smart Switch now working as a part of your
smart home, you’ll be able to configure it from your
home control software. Please refer to your software’s
user guide for precise instructions on configuring Smart
Switch to your needs.
1. Decide on where you want your Smart Switch to be
placed and plug it in to a wall outlet. Its RGB LED will
blink when you press the Action Button on the Smart
Switch.
1. Decide on where you want your Smart Switch to be
placed and plug it in to a wall socket. Its RGB LED will
blink when you press the Action Button on the Smart
Switch.
2. Take your Minimote to your Smart Switch.
AU
[0W, 1500W)
Yellow
[1500W, 3000W)
Red
[3000W, ∞)
You can also configure the brightness of RGB LED
when the Smart Switch is in Energy mode, Momentary
Indicate mode, or Night Light mode.
Removing your Smart Switch from a Z-Wave
network.
Green
[0W, 800W)
Yellow
[800W, 1500W)
If you’re using a Z-Stick:
Red
[1500W, ∞)
Green
[0W, 1000W)
Yellow
[1000W, 2000W)
Red
[2000W, ∞)
Version LED indication Output (W)
US
EU
Green
Your Smart Switch can be removed from your Z-Wave
network at any time. You’ll need to use your Z-Wave
network’s main controller to do this and the following
instructions will tell you how to do this using a Aeotec
by Aeon Labs’ Z-Stick or Minimote controller. If you are
using other products as your main Z-Wave controller,
please refer to the part of their respective manuals that
tells you how remove devices from your network.
The colour of RGB LED will change according to the
output load power level when it is in Energy mode:
If you’re using a Z-Stick:
Version LED indication Output (W)
1. If your Z-Stick is plugged into a gateway or a
computer, unplug it.
2. Take your Z-Stick to your Smart Switch.
3. Press the Action Button on your Z-Stick.
4. Press the Action Button on your Smart Switch.
5. If your Smart Switch has been successfully removed
from your network, its RGB LED will blink when you
press the Action Button on the Smart Switch. If the
removal was unsuccessful, the RGB LED will not
blink.
6. Press the Action Button on the Z-Stick to take it out of
removal mode
If you’re using a Minimote:
1. Take your Minimote to your Smart Switch.
2. Press the Remove Button on your Minimote.
3. Press the Action Button on your Smart Switch.
4. If your Smart Switch has been successfully removed
from your network, its RGB LED will blink when you
press the Action Button on the Smart Switch. If the
removal was unsuccessful, the RGB LED will not
blink.
5. Press any button on your Minimote to take it out of
removal mode.
Advanced functions.
Changing LED mode.
You can change the mode of how the LED acts through
configuring the Smart Switch. There are 3 different
modes: Energy mode, Momentary indicate mode, and
Night light mode.
Energy mode will allow the LED to follow the state of
the Smart Switch, when the switch is on, the LED will be
on, and while the switch is off, the LED will remain off.
Momentary indicate mode will momentarily turn the LED
on for 5 seconds then turn off after every state change
in the switch. Night light mode will allow the LED to be
turned on and off during your selected time of day you
have configured for it.
Parameter 81 [1 byte dec] can be set to:
(0) Energy Mode
(1) Momentary Indicate Mode
(2) Night Light Mode
Security or Non-security feature of your Smart
Switch in Z-wave network.
If you want your Smart Switch is a non-security device
in Z-wave network, you just need to press the Action
Button once on Smart Switch when you use a controller/
gateway to add/include your Smart Switch.
In order to take full advantage of all functionality the
Smart Switch, you may want your Smart Switch is a
security device that uses secure/encrypted message to
communicate in Z-wave network, so a security enabled
controller/gateway is needed and then you need to
press the Smart Switch’s Action Button 2 times within 1
second when your security controller/gateway starts the
network inclusion.
Reset your Smart Switch.
If at some stage, your primary controller is missing or
inoperable, you may wish to reset all of your Smart
Switch’s settings to their factory defaults. To do this,
press and hold the Action Button for 20 seconds and
then release it. Your Smart Switch will now be reset to
its original settings, and the RGB LED will be solid for 2
seconds and then start slow blinking as a confirmation.
Technical specifications.
Model number: ZW096.
Max standby power: 0.5W.
USB output: DC 5V±0.3, 1000mA.
Operating temperature: -10 C to 45 C .
Relative humidity: 8% to 80%.
Operating distance: Up to 500feet/150metres outdoors.
AC input:
Version
Input
Working band
AU
230V 50Hz, Max: 10A
921.42MHz
BR
220V 60Hz, Max: 10A
921.42MHz
CN
220V 50Hz, Max: 10A
868.42MHz
EU
230V 50Hz, Max: 13A
868.42MHz
IL
230V 50Hz, Max: 10A
868.42MHz
IN
230V 50Hz, Max: 6A
865.22MHz
UK
230V 50Hz, Max: 13A
868.42MHz
US
120V 60Hz, Max: 15A
908.42MHz
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FCC NOTICE (for USA)
THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
RADIO OR TV INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED
MODIFICATIONS TO THIS EQUIPMENT.SUCH MODIFICATIONS
COULD VOID THE USER’S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE
EQUIPMENT.
STORE INDOORS WHEN NOT IN USE. SUITABLE FOR DRY
LOCATIONS. DO NOT IMMERSE IN WATER. NOT FOR USE
WHERE DIRECTLY EXPOSED TO WATER.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1 This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2 This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation. This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consul the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Warning
Do not dispose of electrical appliances as unsorted
municipal waste, use separate collection facilities.
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regarding the collection systems available.
Certifications (regional):
Z-Wave and Z-Wave Plus
are registered trademarks
of Sigma Designs and its
subsidiaries in the United
States and other countries
N29634
FCC ID: XBAFT105
Version:501009600001-AA
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Aeon Labs Smart Switch 6 Engineering Specifications and Advanced Functions for Developers Aeon Labs Smart Switch is a Z‐Wave power binary switch device based on Z‐Wave enhanced 232 slave library V6.51.06. Its surface has the Smart RGB LEDs on, which can be used for indicating the output load status, the strength of wireless signal. You can also configure its indication colour according to your favour. 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. It is also a security Z‐wave device and supports the Over The Air (OTA) feature for the product’s firmware upgrade. As soon as Smart Switch is removed from a z‐wave network it will be restored into default factory setting. 1. Library and Command Classes 1.1 SDK: 6.51.06 1.2 Library  Basic Device Class: BASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE  Generic Device class: GENERIC_TYPE_SWITCH_BINARY  Specific Device Class: SPECIFIC_TYPE_POWER_SWITCH_BINARY 1.3 Commands Class Included Non‐Secure Network Included Secure Network Node Info Frame
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO V2
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_BINARY V1 COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION V1 COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL V1 COMMAND_CLASS_CLOCK V1 COMMAND_CLASS_METER V3 COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO V1 COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION V2 COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC V2 COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION V2 COMMAND_CLASS_FIRMWARE_UPDATE_MD V2 COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL V1 COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY V1 COMMAND_CLASS_MARK V1 COMMAND_CLASS_DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY V1 COMMAND_CLASS_HAIL V1 COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO V2
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION V2 COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC V2 COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY V1 COMMAND_CLASS_MARK V1 COMMAND_CLASS_DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY V1 COMMAND_CLASS_HAIL V1
Security Command Supported Report Frame
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COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_BINARY V1 COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION V1 COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL V1 COMMAND_CLASS_CLOCK V1 COMMAND_CLASS_METER V3 COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO V1 COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION V2 COMMAND_CLASS_FIRMWARE_UPDATE_MD V2 COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL V1
2. Technical Specifications Model number: ZW096 Operating distance: Up to 500 feet/150 meters outdoors. Input: 120V~, 60Hz. (USA Version) 230V~, 50Hz. (EU, AU, CN Version) 230V~, 60Hz. (BR version) Output: 120V~, 60Hz, Max 15A Resistor load. (USA Version) 230V~, 50Hz, Max 13A Resistor load. (EU Version) 230V~, 50Hz, Max 10A Resistor load. (CN Version) 230V~, 50Hz, Max 10A Resistor load. (AU Version) 230V~, 60Hz, Max 10A Resistor load. (BR Version) Operating temperature: 0℃ to 40℃. Relative humidity: 8% to 80%. 3. Familiarize yourself with your Smart Switch 3.1 Interface 4. All functions of each trigger 4.1 Function of Action Button Trigger Short press one time Description 1. Send non‐security Node Info frame. 2. Add Smart Switch into an existing z‐wave network: 1. Insert the Smart Switch to power socket, The purple LED will blink slowly. 2. Let 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 success, Smart Switch LED will keep turning on. Otherwise, the LED will still blink slowly, in which you need to repeat the process from step 2. 3. Remove Smart Switch from an existing z‐wave network: 1. Insert the Smart Switch to power socket, The Smart Switch LED will follow the status (on/off) of its load’ power level. 2. Let the primary controller of existing Z‐Wave network 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 success, Smart Switch LED will blink slowly. If Smart Switch LED still follows that of load status, please repeat the process from step 2.
Short press 2 times Press and hold 20 seconds 1. Send Security Node Info frame.
2. Add Smart Switch into an existing z‐wave network: 1. Insert the Smart Switch to power socket, The purple LED will blink slowly. 2. Let 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 success, Smart Switch LED will keep turning on. Otherwise, the LED will still blink slowly, in which you need to repeat the process from step 2. 3. Remove Smart Switch from an existing z‐wave network: 1. Insert the Smart Switch to power socket, The Smart Switch LED will follow the status (on/off) of its load’ power level. 2. Let the primary controller of existing Z‐Wave network 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 success, Smart Switch LED will blink slowly. If Smart Switch LED still follows that of load status, please repeat the process from step 2.
Reset Smart Switch to factory Default:
1. Make sure the Smart Switch has been connected to the power supply. 2. Press and hold the Z‐wave button for 20 seconds. 3. If holding time more than one second, the LED will blink faster and faster. If holding time more than 20seconds, the purple LED will be on for 2 seconds, it indicates reset success, otherwise please repeat step 2. Note: 1, This procedure should only be used when the primary controller is inoperable. 2, Reset Smart Switch to factory default settings will: sets the Smart Switch to not in Z‐
Wave network state; delete the Association setting, power measure value, Scene Configuration Settings and restore the Configuration setting to the default. 4.2 RGB LED indication when Smart Switch is in Energy Mode RGB RGB indication Status RGB LED Purple color (10%) Output load is turned off. Green Output load is in small wattage range. US version,the range of load wattage is [0W, 800W) AU version, the range of load wattage is [0W, 1000W) EU version , the range of load wattage is [0W, 1500W) Yellow Output load is in big wattage range. US version ,the range of load wattage is [800W, 1500W) AU version ,the range of load wattage is [1000W, 2000W) EU version ,the range of load wattage is [1500W, 3000W) Red Output load is in warning wattage range. US version , the range of load wattage is [1500W, ∞) AU version , the range of load wattage is [2000W, ∞) EU version , the range of load wattage is [3000W, ∞) 4.3 RGB LED indication when Smart Switch is in Wireless Power level Test Mode RGB RGB indication Status RGB LED Blue LED fast blink Enter into the wireless power level test mode Green LED is switched to ON state for 2 seconds wireless power level is good Yellow LED is switched to ON state for 2 seconds wireless power level is acceptable but latency can occur Red LED is switched to ON state for
2 seconds wireless power level is insufficient 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 0x0700 (ICON_TYPE_GENERIC_ON_OFF_POWER_SWITCH) User Icon Type 0x0700 (ICON_TYPE_GENERIC_ON_OFF_POWER_SWITCH) 5.2 Association Command Class The Smart Switch supports 2 association groups and maximum 5 nodes can be added into each group. Group Nodes Send Mode Send commands
Identifier Group 1 0 N/A N/A 1 Single Cast When the state of Smart Switch (turn on/off the load ) is chan
[2,5] ged: 1, Set Configuration parameter 80 to 0:Reserved (Default). 2, Set Configuration parameter 80 to 1:Send Hail CC. 3. Set Configuration parameter 80 to 2: Send the Basic Report. Group 2 0 N/A N/A [1,5] Single Cast Forward the Basic Set, Switch Binary Set to associated nodes in Group 2 when the Smart Switch receives the Basic Set, Switch Binary Set commands from main controller. 5.3 Association Group Info Command Class 5.3.1 Association Group Info Report Command Class Profile: General: NA (Profile MSB=0, Profile LSB=0) 5.3.2 Association Group Name Report Command Class Group 1: Lifeline Group 2: Retransmit 5.6 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 0x60 (96) 5.7 Configuration Set Command Class 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Command Class = COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION
Command = CONFIGURATION_SET
Parameter Number
Default Reserved Configuration Value 1(MSB)
Configuration Value 2
………
Configuration Value n(LSB)
Parameter Number Definitions (8 bit): Parameter Description Number Hex / Decimal 0x03 (3) Current Overload Protection. Load will be closed when the Current overrun (US: 15.5A, other country: 16.2A) and the time more than 2 minutes (0=disabled, 1=enabled). 0x14 (20) Configure the output load status after re‐power on (0=last status, 1=always on, 2=always off) 0x21 (33) Set the RGB LED color value for testing. Value1: Reserved Value2: Red value Value3: Green value Value4: Blue value 0x50 (80) Enable to send notifications to associated devices (Group 1) when the state of Micro Switch’s load changed (0=nothing, 1=hail CC, 2=basic CC report). Size
Default Value Size 0
1 0 1 ‐ 4 0 1 0x51 (81) 0x53 (83) 0x54 (84) 0x5A (90) Configure the state of LED when it is in 3 modes below: 0= The LED will follow the status (on/off) of its load (Energy mode). 1= When the state of Switch’s load changed, The LED will follow the status (on/off) of its load, but the red LED will turn off after 5 seconds if there is no any switch action (momentary indicate mode). 2= Night light mode. Configure the RGB value when it is in Night light mode. Value1: Red color value Value2: Green color value Value3: Blue color value Configure the brightness level of LED indication (0%‐100%) 0xFE (254) Enables/disables parameter 91 and 92 below (1=enabled, 0=disabled). The value here represents minimum change in wattage (in terms of wattage) for a REPORT to be sent (Valid values 0‐
60000). The value here represents minimum change in wattage percent (in terms of percentage) for a REPORT to be sent (Valid values 0‐100). Which reports need to send in Report group 1 (See flags in table below). Which reports need to send in Report group 2 (See flags in table below). Which reports need to send in Report group 3 (See flags in table below). The time interval of sending Report group 1 (Valid values 0x01‐0x7FFFFFFF). The time interval of sending Report group 2 (Valid values 0x01‐0x7FFFFFFF). The time interval of sending Report group 3 (Valid values 0x01‐0x7FFFFFFF). Partner ID (0= Aeon Labs Standard Product, 1= others). Enable/disable Configuration Locked (0 =disable, 1 = enable). Device Tag. 0xFF (255) Reset configuration set up to default setting. 0x5B (91) 0x5C (92) 0x65 (101) 0x66 (102) 0x67 (103) 0x6F (111) 0x70 (112) 0x71 (113) 0xC8 (200) 0xFC (252) Configuration Values for parameter 101‐103: 7 6 5 configuration Reserved Value 1(MSB) 4 3 0 1 Value1=0xDD Value2=0xA0 Value3=0xDD 3 50 1 1 1 25 (W) 2 5 (%) 1 0x00 00 00 04 4 0x00 00 00 08 4 0 4 0x00 00 02 58 4 0x00 00 02 58 4 0x00 00 02 58 4 0 1 0 1 0 2 N/A 1 2 1 0 configuration Value 2 configuration Value 3 configuration Value 4(LSB) Reserved Reserved Reserved
Reserved Reserved
Reserved
Auto send Meter REPORT (for kWh) at the group time interval Example: a. Automatically report Meter CC (Watts) to node "1" every 12 minutes 1. Enable sending Meter CC (Watts) automatically in report group 1 ZW_SendData(0x70, 0x04, 0x65, 0x04, 0x00,0x00,0x00,0x04); 2. Set the interval of sending Meter CC (Watts) in report group 1 ZW_SendData(0x70, 0x04, 0x6F, 0x04, 0x00,0x00,0x02,0xd0); 3. Associate to node "1" ZW_SendData(0x85, 0x01, 0x01, 0x01); b. Set default values ZW_SendData(0x70, 0x04, 0x255,0x01,0x00); Auto send Meter REPOR
T (for watt) at the group time interval Auto send Meter REPORT (for current) at the group time interval Auto send Meter REPOR
T (for voltage at the group time interval
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