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Door/Window Sensor

Dome Door/Window Sensor

Description & Features

The Dome Door/Window Sensor is a battery powered Z-Wave Plus magnetic reed switch that can monitor the status of doors, windows, and anything else that opens and closes. The Door/Window Sensor consists of two parts - the “sensor,” and the “magnet.” The sensor has a “reed switch” inside, which is sensitive to the magnet’s presense when aligned properly and within the defined distance. When the sensor and magnet are brought together or pulled apart, the sensor will report its open/close status to its Z-Wave controller.

Key Features

Specifications

Technical Specifications

Spec Value
Radio protocol Z-Wave(500 series)
Power supply Single CR14250 (1/2AA) 3.6V battery
Standby current 2.5uA
Working current 35mA
Operating temperature 32 - 104 °F (0 - 40 °C)
Radio frequency 908.4 MHz US
Range Up to 150’ depending on environment
Dimensions (L x W x H) Sensor: 2.75” x 0.8” x 0.8” (70 x 20 x 20 mm)
Magnet: 1.3” x 0.5” x 0.5” (40 x 11 x 11 mm)
Package Contents User Manual, Sensor, Magnet, Battery, 4x Screws, 4x Wall Anchors, Double Stick Tape

Inclusion & Exclusion

Door/Window Sensor Exploded View Figure 1 - Exploded View

Inclusion

  1. For proper inclusion, bring the Door/Window Sensor to the final location where it will be used.*
  2. Remove the SENSOR COVER.
  3. Remove the BATTERY TAB.
  4. Press the BUTTON quickly 3 times in a row.

A red LED will flash five times indicating inclusion.

Exclusion

Follow the instructions for your Z-Wave Certified Conto enter exclusion mode. When prompted by the controller:

  1. Remove the SENSOR COVER.
  2. Press the BUTTON button quickly 3 times in a row.

A red LED will flash five times indicating exclusion/disconnection.

Factory Reset & Misc. Functions

Resetting the Door/Window Sensor

If needed, the Door/Window Sensor can be reset locally by following these steps.

  1. Remove the SENSOR COVER and confirm that your Door/Window Sensor is powered up.
  2. Press and hold the BUTTON for at least 10 seconds then release. A flashing light indicates a successful factory reset.

The Door/Window Sensor’s memory will be erased to factory settings.

Waking Up the Door/Window Sensor

Because the Door/Window Sensor is a battery powered device, it wakes up on regular intervals to give battery and other status updates to the controller, as well as to accept configuration settings from the controller. This helps to extend the battery life. The device can be forced to wake up to submit these reports or accept new settings immediately by simply pressing and holding the BUTTON for half a second. The LED INDICATOR will flash once indicating successful wake up.

Physical Installation

The Door/Window Sensor can be secured with the pre-applied double stick tape or the provided hardware. The device should already be included in your Z-Wave system before continuing further.

Installing the Door/Window Sensor Figures 3 & 4 - Showing the Door/Window Sensor Installation Location and Sensor Alignment

Pre-Installation Checklist

Installation Using Double-Stick Tape

  1. Wipe the door and doorframe clean of dust and anything else that will interfere with the tape’s stickiness.
  2. Peel the double-stick tape and adhere the SENSOR to the door surface.
  3. Repeat the process for the MAGNET, making sure the MAGNET and SENSOR are no more than 1/2” apart when closed. The lines on the sides of the MAGNET and SENSOR should be in line.
  4. Open and close the door to make sure the sensor works as expected (the INDICATOR LED blinks) and that the signal reaches your Z-Wave controller.

Installation Using Screws

Installing the Door/Window Sensor with Screws Figure 5 - Installing the Door/Window Sensor with Screws.

  1. Remove the SENSOR COVER and BATTERY from the SENSOR BASE and the MAGNET COVER from the MAGNET BASE.
  2. Hold the SENSOR BASE in place and drive the included screws through the screw holes into the door.
  3. Repeat the process for the MAGNET, making sure the MAGNET and SENSOR are no more than 1/2” apart when the door is closed. The lines on the sides of the MAGNET and SENSOR should be in line.
  4. Replace the BATTERY, SENSOR COVER, and MAGNET COVER.
  5. Open and close the door to make sure the sensor works as expected (the INDICATOR LED blinks) and that the signal reaches your Z-Wave controller.

LED Behavior

Color Behavior This happens when…
Red Blink 5 times in 5 seconds (slow) …the Door/Window Sensor was just powered on, but is not yet included in a system.
Blink 5 times in 2.5 seconds (medium) …the BUTTON is pressed 3 times quickly (regardless of inclusion status.)
Blink 5 times in 1.5 seconds (fast) …the Door/Window Sensor is powered on, and already included in a system.
Stay on for 2+ seconds straight …the BUTTON is pressed and held for 10+ seconds, resetting Door/Window Sensor to factory settings.
Blinks once for 1 second …the SENSOR detects the MAGNET getting close or moving away (when the door opens or closes.)
Blinks once …the BUTTON is pushed once.

Table 2 - LED Behavior

Button Behavior

Action Condition Result
Press and hold BUTTON for 2 seconds Door/Window Sensor Already Included in System Device sends a wake up notification to its controller, awaits further instructions, and blinks the LED Indicator once
Push BUTTON 3 Times Door/Window Sensor Already Included in System Device sends node info to Group 1
Door/Window Sensor Already Included, and Controller is in Exclusion Mode Device is excluded from the system and removes the Home ID from its memory
Door/Window Sensor Not Yet Included in System, and Controller is in Inclusion Mode Device enters inclusion mode and includes into whichever network is also in inclusion mode
Press and hold BUTTON for 10+ seconds Door/Window Sensor Already Included in System Device will be reset to factory settings, and a DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY command will be sent to Node 1
Press and Hold for 10+ seconds Any condition (as long as the device has power) The device’s memory will erase to factory default settings and any associations, configuration parameters, and other locally saved data will be lost

Table 3 - Button Behavior

Compatible Command Classes

Command Class Notes
Device Reset Locally V1 (5A) -
Powerlevel V1 (73) -
Battery V1(80) -
Association Group Information V1 (59) -
Z-Wave Plus Info V2 (5E) Returned Value: 01 06 00 0C 06 0C 06
Z-Wave Plus Version 01
Role Type 06 (Slave Sleeping Reporting)
Node Type 00 (Z-Wave Plus Node)
Installer Icon Type 0C 06 (Access Control Alarm)
User Icon Type 0C 06 (Access Control Alarm)
Version V2 (86)
Returned Value: 06 04 05 03 3D 41 00

Z-Wave Library Type 06 (Routing Slave)
Protocol Version 04 05
Protocol Sub-Version 03 3D
Application Version 41
Application Sub-Version 00
Manufacturer Specific V2 (72)
Returned Value: 02 1F 00 03 01 01

Manufacturer ID 02 1F
Product Type 00 03
Product ID 01 01
Binary Sensor (30) The Door/Window Sensor also sends a Binary Sensor Report when opened or closed. See below for the SENSOR_BINARY_REPORT parameters sent:
Sensor Type 0A (Door/Window)
OPEN Value FF
CLOSE Value 00
Association V2 (85)

Group 1
Group 1 is the “Lifeline” group, which can hold five members, typically including the main Z-Wave controller. The Door/Window Sensor sends this group a Notification Report and a Binary Sensor Report when it is opened or closed. It also sends this group a Battery Report in reponse to Battery Get commands.

Group 2
The Door/Window Sensor sends a Basic Set command to Association Group 2 (or the Control Group) to directly trigger devices (like a light, chime, etc.) in response to events. Then, after a preset delay, a BASIC_SET(00) command is sent to reset the device (e.g. turn off the light.) The value of the Basic Set command (e.g. brightness of the lamp,) and the delay time before the BASIC_SET(00) is sent is configured using configuration parameters 1 and 2 respectively.

Group 3
Group 3 supports up to 5 members and the Door/Window Sensor sends it a NOTIFICATION_REPORT when the door either opens or closes.

Group 4
Group 4 supports up to 5 members and the Door/Window Sensor sends it a SENSOR_BINARY_REPORT when the door either opens or closes.

Wake Up V2 (84) The wake-up interval is set in seconds, and is 43,200 seconds (12 hours) by default. The wake-up interval can be set to any value from 300s (5 minutes) to 16,777,200s (about 190 days) in 60-second increments.
Notification V4 (71) The Door/Window Sensor sends a Notification Report to the main controller whenever the door is opened and closed.
Returned Value: 00 00 00 FF 06 XX 00 00

V1 Alarm Type 00 (Unsupported)
V1 Alarm Level 00 (Unsupported)
Reserved 00 (Reserved)
Notification Status FF (Unsolicited Reporting is Enabled)
Notification Type 06 (Access Control)
Door Open Event
Door Closed Event
16 (Window/Door is Open)
17 (Window/Door is Closed)
Sequence/Reserved/Event Parameters Length 00
Notification Event Parameters 00 (No Event Parameters)
Configuration V1(70) See “Configuration” Command Class Parameters”.

Table 4 - Compatible Command Classes

“Configuration” Command Class Parameters

Configuration parameters are sent using a standard syntax to ensure interoperability between all manufacturers’ products. All values are represented using the hexadecimal number system.
Typical syntax is as shown below. Note that the value sent must be the exact size, in bytes, as accepted by the setting. The “extra” spaces should be filled with zeros (see the “value” column below.)

Example Configuration Parameter: 02 02 00 0A

Param # Size Value
02
(Param #2)
02
(2 Bytes)
00 0A
(Value)

Param # Size Name Available Values Default Value
01 This parameter sets the delay time from when the Door/Window Sensor sends the BASIC_SET command to Association Group 2 and when the BASIC_SET(0) is sent.,It accepts a value up to 65,535, in seconds.
02 BASIC_SET Off Delay 00 01 ~ FF FF
(1 ~ 65,535 in Seconds)
1E
(30 sec)
02 This parameter sets the value sent by the BASIC_SET command to Association Group 2 (for more information, see “Assocation Groups”.)
01 BASIC_SET Level 00 (0/Turn Off Device)
01 ~ 63 (1 ~ 99)
FF (-1/Turn On Device)
FF
(-1/Turn On Device)

Table 5 - “Configuration” Command Class Parameters

Siren

Dome Siren

Description & Features

The Dome Siren is a battery powered Z-Wave Plus device that alerts the user to events detected by the connected Z-Wave Controller using an audible alarm. In addition to a DECIBEL dB audible alarm for critical events, the Siren has a secondary chime to signal other events like movement or doors opening.

Key Features

Specifications

Technical Specifications

Spec Value
Radio protocol Z-Wave(500 series)
Power supply 2x CR123 3.0V battery
Power Consumption 2W
Working current 35mA
Operating temperature 32 - 104 °F (0 - 40 °C)
Radio frequency 908.4 MHz US
Range Up to 150’ depending on environment
Dimensions (L x W x H) Ø2.75" x 1.2"
Package Contents User Manual, Siren, 2x Battery, 1x Screw, 1x Wall Anchor, Double Stick Tape

Siren Exploded View Figure 1 - Exploded View Showing individual parts A. Inside the Siren and B. Underneath the Siren. Figure 2 - Showing individual parts A. Inside the Siren and B. Underneath the Siren.

Inclusion & Exclusion

Inclusion

  1. For proper inclusion, bring the Siren to the final location where it will be used.*
  2. Remove the BACK COVER.
  3. Remove the BATTERY TABS.
  4. Press the BUTTON quickly 3 times in a row.

The LED Ring will flash five times indicating inclusion.

Exclusion

Follow the instructions for your Z-Wave Certified Conto enter exclusion mode. When prompted by the controller:

  1. Remove the BACK COVER.
  2. Press the BUTTON button quickly 3 times in a row.

The LED Ring will flash five times indicating exclusion/disconnection.

Factory Reset & Misc. Functions

Resetting the Siren

If needed, the Siren can be reset locally by following these steps.

  1. Remove the BACK COVER and confirm that your Siren is powered up.
  2. Press and hold the BUTTON for at least 10 seconds then release. A flashing light indicates a successful factory reset.

The Siren’s memory will be erased to factory settings.

Physical Installation

Pre-Installation Checklist

Installation Using Double-Stick Tape

  1. Wipe the surface you wish to attach the Siren to clean of any residue.
  2. With the Siren completely assembled, peel the preapplied adhesive backing and firmly push it against the wall.

Installation—Using Keyhole Slot

  1. Drive a screw into the surface the Siren will be attached to, leaving it 1/8” away from being completely flush.
  2. Slide the fully assembled Siren around the screw, into the keyhole slot, and pull it down to completely secure the device around the screw.

Installation—With Screws

  1. Remove the BACK COVER by twisting it clockwise.
  2. Hold the BACK COVER on the surface it will be attached to, and drive two of the included screws through indentations on the BACK COVER. You may optionally install anchors in the wall for added support.
  3. Twist the MAIN BODY counter clockwise onto the BACK COVER.

LED Behavior

Color Behavior This happens when…
Red Blink 5 times in 1 second …the device powers on, but is not yet included in a Z-Wave Network.
Blink 5 times in 500ms …the CONNECT BUTTON is pushed 3 times, either resulting in the Siren sending its NodeInfo, or being included or excluded from a Z-Wave network.
Blink 5 times in 300ms …the device powers on, and is arleady included in a Z-wave network.
Blink Once …the CONNECT BUTTON is pressed for an extended period of time, resetting the Siren to factory default settings.
Flashing and Spinning …the Siren is sounding its alarm.

Table 2 - LED Behavior

Button Behavior

Action Condition Result
Press and hold BUTTON for 2 seconds Siren Already Included in System Device sends a wake up notification to its controller, awaits further instructions, and blinks the LED Ring once
Push BUTTON 3 Times Siren Already Included in System Device sends node info to Group 1
Siren Already Included, and Controller is in Exclusion Mode Device is excluded from the system and removes the Home ID from its memory
Siren Not Yet Included in System, and Controller is in Inclusion Mode Device enters inclusion mode and includes into whichever network is also in inclusion mode
Press and hold BUTTON for 10+ seconds Siren Already Included in System Device will be reset to factory settings, and a DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY command will be sent to Node 1
Press and Hold for 10+ seconds Any condition (as long as the device has power) The device’s memory will erase to factory default settings and any associations, configuration parameters, and other locally saved data will be lost

Table 3 - Button Behavior

Compatible Command Classes

Command Class Notes
Device Reset Locally V1 (5A) -
Powerlevel V1 (73) -
Battery V1(80) -
Association Group Information V1 (59) -
Z-Wave Plus Info V2 (5E) Returned Value: 01 07 00 0F 00 0F 00
Z-Wave Plus Version 01
Role Type 07 (Slave Sleeping Listening)
Node Type 00 (Z-Wave Plus Node)
Installer Icon Type 0F 00 (Siren)
User Icon Type 0F (Siren)
Version V2 (86)
Returned Value: 06 04 05 02 39 10 00

Z-Wave Library Type 06 (Routing Slave)
Protocol Version 04 05
Protocol Sub-Version 02 39
Application Version 10
Application Sub-Version 00
Manufacturer Specific V2 (72)
Returned Value: 02 1F 00 03 01 02

Manufacturer ID 02 1F
Product Type 00 03
Product ID 00 881
Association V2 (85)

Group 1
Group 1 is the “Lifeline” group, which can hold five members, typically including the main Z-Wave controller. The Siren sends this group a Notification Report and a Binary Switch Report when the siren is turned on or off. It also sends this group a Battery Report in reponse to Battery Get commands and a Locally Reset Notification upon local reset.

Group 2
Group 2 can hold five members, and the Siren sends a single command to this Association Group, the Binary Switch Report, whenever the Siren is turned on or off.

Group 3
Group 2 can hold five members, and the Siren sends a single command to this Association Group, a Notification Report, whenever the Siren is turned on or off.

Notification V4 (71) The Siren sends a Notification Report whenever it is turned on, and another report when the sound is turned off (either by the user, or by timing out; see Configuration Parameters 2 and 3.) The Sequence Byte is used to help the Controller keep track of multiple siren events—if a chime is sounded while another chime is active, the sequence numbers will increment with each event, resetting back to 01 when no chime events are active. See below for the NOTIFICATION_REPORT parameters sent:
Returned Value: 00 00 00 FF 0E XX 8X XX XX

V1 Alarm Type 00 (Unsupported)
V1 Alarm Level 00 (Unsupported)
Reserved 00 (Reserved)
Notification Status FF (Unsolicited Reporting is Enabled)
Notification Type 0E (Siren)
Siren Active Event
Siren Off Event
01 (Siren Active)
00 (Event Inactive)
Sequence/Reserved/Event Parameters Length 00
Notification Event Parameters 00 (No Event Parameters)
Indicator (87) The Indicator command class is used to trigger any one of ten different secondary notifications available to the Siren (the Binary Switch command class is used to trigger the primary notification.) See Configuration Parameters 3 & 4 for more information relevant to the secondary chime. See below for the Indicator Set values The Siren will respond to:
Trigger Secondary Chime 01 ~ 0A (Triggers Secondary Notifications 1-10)
Binary Switch (25) The Siren will respond to BINARY_SWITCH_SET(FF) and BINARY_ SWITCH_SET(00) commands by turning on and off, respectively, the Siren (primary) notification sound. The Siren also sends a Binary Switch Report when it turns on and another report when the sound is turned off (either by the user, or by timing out; see Configuration Parameters 2 and 3.) See below for the Binary Switch Report parameters sent:
Siren On FF
Siren Off 00
Configuration V1(70) See “Configuration” Command Class Parameters”.

Table 4 - Compatible Command Classes

“Configuration” Command Class Parameters

Configuration parameters are sent using a standard syntax to ensure interoperability between all manufacturers’ products. All values are represented using the hexadecimal number system.
Typical syntax is as shown below. Note that the value sent must be the exact size, in bytes, as accepted by the setting. The “extra” spaces should be filled with zeros (see the “value” column below.)

Example Configuration Parameter: 02 02 00 0A

Param # Size Value
02
(Param #2)
02
(2 Bytes)
00 0A
(Value)

Param # Size Name Available Values Default Value
01 This parameter sets the volume of the Siren (primary) sound. There are three possible volume levels available.
01 Primary Notification Volume Level 01 (Low Volume)
02 (Medium Volume)
03 (High Volume)
03
(High Volume)
02 This parameter defines the length of the Alarm/primary notification.
01 Primary Notification Length 01 (30 Seconds)
02 (1 Minute)
03 (5 Minutes)
FF (Plays Until Battery is Depleted)
02
(1 Minute)
03 This parameter defines the number of times the Chime/Secondary Notification will play.
01 Secondary Notification Length 00 (Chime Will Not Play)
01~FE (1~254 Cycles)
FF (Does Not Stop)
01
(Chime Plays Once)
04 This parameter sets the volume of the Chime (secondary) sound. There are three possible volume levels available.
01 Secondary Notification Volume Level 01 (Low Volume)
02 (Medium Volume)
3 (High Volume)
01
(Low Volume)
05 The Siren offers ten different sounds to use as the Siren (primary) notification. This parameter sets the Siren (primary) notification sound.
01 Primary Notification Sound 01 ~ 0A (Sound Index Number) 0A
06 If Parameter 7 is set to 02, the Siren will play a secondary chime sound instead of the main alarm. The Siren offers ten different sounds to use as the Chime (secondary) notification. This parameter sets the Chime (secondary) notification sound.
01 Secondary Notification Sound 01 ~ 0A (Sound Index Number) 09
07 This Parameter toggles between the Primary and Secondary notification sound to be played when the Siren receives a BINARY_SWITCH_SET(FF) command.
01 Toggle Secondary Chime 01 (Primary Notification Will Play)
02 (Secondary Notification Will Play)
01
(Primary Notification Will Play)
08 This Parameter enables or disables the Flashing LED Ring (strobe) accompanying the Primary Notification.
01 Enable/Disable Primary Notification Strobe 00 (LED Ring Will Not Flash)
02 (LED Ring Will Flash)
01
(LED Ring Will Flash)
09 This Parameter enables or disables the Flashing LED Ring (strobe) accompanying the Secondary Notification.
01 Enable/Disable Secondary Notification Strobe 00 (LED Ring Will Not Flash)
02 (LED Ring Will Flash)
00
(LED Ring Will Not Flash)

Table 5 - “Configuration” Command Class Parameters

Motion Detector

Dome Motion Detector

Description & Features

The Dome Motion Detector is a Z-Wave Plus device that monitors areas for movement. It does this using a sensor which detects changes in infrared light. Similar to how lightbulbs “glow” in the “visible” light spectrum, humans and other mammals “glow” in the “infrared” light spectrum, so it is easy to detect this type of movement. The Motion Detector can either be wall mounted or placed on any flat horizontal surface. The MOUNT uses a spherical magnet to hold the SENSOR, so it can point in any direction. The Motion Detector also monitors ambient light levels and reports the data to your Z-Wave Hub.

Key Features

Specifications

Technical Specifications

Spec Value
Radio protocol Z-Wave(500 series)
Power supply Single CR123A 3.0V battery
Working current 35mA
Power Consumption 0.15W
Radio frequency 908.4 MHz US
Range Up to 150’ depending on environment
Dimensions (L x W x H) Sensor: 1.75" Sphere
Package Contents User Manual, Sensor, Battery, 2x Screws, 2x Wall Anchors, Double-Stick Tape

Inclusion & Exclusion

Motion Detector Exploded View Figure 1 - Exploded View Parts of the Motion Detector Figure 2 - Parts of the A. Sensor Base Front, B. Sensor Base Rear, and C. Mount (Wall Mount)

Inclusion

  1. For proper inclusion, bring the Motion Detector to the final location where it will be used.*
  2. Remove the SENSOR COVER by twisting it counterclockwise.
  3. Remove the BATTERY TAB.
  4. Press the BUTTON quickly 3 times in a row.

The LED Indicator will flash five times indicating inclusion.

Exclusion

Follow the instructions for your Z-Wave Certified Conto enter exclusion mode. When prompted by the controller:

  1. Remove the SENSOR COVER.
  2. Press the BUTTON button quickly 3 times in a row.

The LED Indicator will flash five times indicating exclusion/disconnection.

Factory Reset & Misc. Functions

Resetting the Motion Detector

If needed, the Motion Detector can be reset locally by following these steps.

  1. Remove the SENSOR COVER and confirm that your Motion Detector is powered up.
  2. Press and hold the BUTTON for at least 10 seconds then release. A flashing light indicates a successful factory reset.

The Motion Detector’s memory will be erased to factory settings.

Waking Up the Motion Detector

Because the Motion Detector is a battery powered device, it wakes up on regular intervals to give battery and other status updates to the controller, as well as to accept configuration settings from the controller. This helps to extend the battery life. The device can be forced to wake up to submit these reports or accept new settings immediately by simply pressing and holding the BUTTON for half a second. The LED INDICATOR will flash once indicating successful wake up.

Physical Installation

How to Use - Tabletop

Using the Motion Detector on a tabletop Figure 3 - Using the Motion Detector on a tabletop

You can use the facets on the Sensor Body to properly angle the Motion Sensor on a table top or bookshelf to monitor a room.

  1. Remove the Magnetic Cradle and store it for later use if needed.
  2. Make sure your device is powered on and that there is enough Z-Wave coverage in your installation location.
  3. Follow Figure 3 and place the Sensor Body on a flat horizontal surface with an unobstructed view of the area you wish to monitor.

How to Use - Wall Mount

Motion Detector Wall Mount Configurations Figure 4 - Motion Detector Wall Mount Configurations

You can mount the Motion Detector on any wall with a central line-of-sight perspective of the area you wish to monitor. See Figure 4 to visualize the Motion Sensor’s coverage area and its optimal positioning. It is best to mount the Motion Detector as high as possible to avoid limiting its effective range with obstacles like tables and chairs.

Installation - With Double-Stick Tape

  1. Find a good location (Fig 4) with adequate Z-Wave coverage to mount your Motion Sensor.
  2. Wipe your wall clean of any dirt and grease.
  3. Peel-and-stick the MOUNT to your wall using the included double-stick tape.
  4. Place the SENSOR on the MOUNT (MAGNET) at an angle to properly monitor your room, and the magnet will hold the SENSOR in place.

Installation—With Screws

  1. Find a good location (Fig 4) with adequate Z-Wave coverage to mount your Motion Detector.
  2. Twist the MOUNT counterclockwise to separate the MOUNT (MAGNET) from the MOUNT (WALL MOUNT).
  3. Hold the MOUNT (WALL MOUNT) to your wall and drive the included screws through the SCREW HOLES.
  4. Reattach the MOUNT (MAGNET) to the MOUNT (WALL MOUNT).
  5. Place the SENSOR on the MOUNT (MAGNET) at an angle to properly monitor your room, and the magnet will hold the SENSOR in place.

LED Behavior

Color Behavior This happens when…
Red Blink 5 times in 5 seconds (slow) …the Motion Detector was just powered on, but is not yet included in a system.
Blink 5 times in 2.5 seconds (medium) …the BUTTON is pressed 3 times quickly (regardless of inclusion status.)
Blink 5 times in 1.5 seconds (fast) …the Motion Detector is powered on, and already included in a system.
Stay on for 2+ seconds straight …the BUTTON is pressed and held for 10+ seconds, resetting Motion Detector to factory settings.
Blinks once for 1 second …the SENSOR detects motion OR the BUTTON is pushed once.

Table 2 - LED Behavior

Button Behavior

Action Condition Result
Press and hold BUTTON for 2 seconds Motion Detector Already Included in System Device sends a wake up notification to its controller, awaits further instructions, and blinks the LED Indicator once
Push BUTTON 3 Times Motion Detector Already Included in System Device sends node info to Group 1
Motion Detector Already Included, and Controller is in Exclusion Mode Device is excluded from the system and removes the Home ID from its memory
Motion Detector Not Yet Included in System, and Controller is in Inclusion Mode Device enters inclusion mode
Press and hold BUTTON for 10+ seconds Motion Detector Already Included in System Device will be reset to factory settings, and a DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY command will be sent to Node 1
Press and Hold for 10+ seconds Any condition (as long as the device has power) The device’s memory will erase to factory default settings and any associations, configuration parameters, and other locally saved data will be lost

Table 3 - Button Behavior

Compatible Command Classes

Command Class Notes
Device Reset Locally V1 (5A) -
Powerlevel V1 (73) -
Battery V1(80) -
Association Group Information V1 (59) -
Z-Wave Plus Info V2 (5E) Returned Value: 01 06 00 0C 07 0C 07
Z-Wave Plus Version 01
Role Type 06 (Slave Sleeping Reporting)
Node Type 00 (Z-Wave Plus Node)
Installer Icon Type 0C 07 (Home Security Alarm)
User Icon Type 0C 07 (Home Security Alarm)
Version V2 (86)
Returned Value: 03 04 05 03 50 42 00

Z-Wave Library Type 02 (Enhanced Slave)
Protocol Version 04 05
Protocol Sub-Version 03 50
Application Version 42
Application Sub-Version 00
Manufacturer Specific V2 (72)
Returned Value: 02 1F 00 03 01 01

Manufacturer ID 02 1F
Product Type 00 03
Product ID 00 83
Multilevel Sensor (31) The Motion Detector monitors ambient light levels and reports this data to the main controller using the Multilevel Sensor command class. The light is measured everytime motion is detected and periodically (every 180 s by default; see Parameter 07.) Each time the device wakes up or checks the light level, the Param 7 clock is reset. A report is sent only if the light is at least 100 Lux more intense than the last reported value.
Returned Value: 03 0A XX XX

Sensor Type 03 (Luminance)
Precision/Scale/Size 0A (Precision = 000; Scale = 01; Size = 010)
Sensor Data 00 00 ~ FF FF (0 ~ 65,535 in Lux)
Binary Sensor (30) The Motion Detector also sends a Binary Sensor Report when motion is detected or cleared. See below for the Binary Sensor Report parameters sent:
Sensor Type 0C (Motion)
Motion Detected Value FF
Motion Cleared Value 00
Association V2 (85)

Group 1
Group 1 is the “Lifeline” group, which can hold five devices. The Motion Detector sends this group a Notification Report and Binary Sensor Report whenever motion is detected and when it stops. It also sends a Multilevel Sensor Report incrementally based on time (see Param 7,) or when a relative change in light level is detected (see Param 9.) Finally, the Motion Detector sends this group Battery Reports and a Device Reset Locally notification to remove itself from the Z-Wave network.

Group 2
The Motion Detector sends a BASIC_SET command to Association Group 2 to directly trigger devices (like a siren, chime, etc.) when motion is detected and when it stops. Optionally, the Motion Detector can be set to only send this when ambient light levels fall below a predetermined level (see Configuration Parameters 5 and 8.) See Configuration Parameters 2, 3, 5, and 8 for more details regarding Association Group 2.

Group 3
Group 3 supports up to 5 members and the Motion Detector sends it a NOTIFICATION_REPORT when motion is detected and when it stops.

Group 4
Group 4 supports up to 5 members and the Motion Detector sends it a SENSOR_BINARY_REPORT when motion is detected and when it stops.

Wake Up V2 (84) The wake-up interval is set in seconds, and is 43,200 seconds (12 hours) by default. The wake-up interval can be set to any value from 300s (5 minutes) to 16,777,200s (about 190 days) in 60-second increments.
Notification V4 (71) The Motion Detector sends a Notification Report whenever motion is detected. If no motion is detected for the amount of time set by Configuration Parameter 2, the device will send another Notification Report to the main controller.
Returned Value: 00 00 00 FF 07 XX 00 00

V1 Alarm Type 00 (Unsupported)
V1 Alarm Level 00 (Unsupported)
Reserved 00 (Reserved)
Notification Status FF (Unsolicited Reporting is Enabled)
Notification Type 07 (Home Security)
Motion Detected Event
Motion Cleared Event
08 (Motion Detected, Unknown Location)
17 (Event Inactive)
Sequence/Reserved/Event Parameters Length 00
Notification Event Parameters 00 (No Event Parameters)
Configuration V1(70) See “Configuration” Command Class Parameters”.

Table 4 - Compatible Command Classes

“Configuration” Command Class Parameters

Configuration parameters are sent using a standard syntax to ensure interoperability between all manufacturers’ products. All values are represented using the hexadecimal number system.
Typical syntax is as shown below. Note that the value sent must be the exact size, in bytes, as accepted by the setting. The “extra” spaces should be filled with zeros (see the “value” column below.)

Example Configuration Parameter: 02 02 00 0A

Param # Size Value
02
(Param #2)
02
(2 Bytes)
00 0A
(Value)

Param # Size Name Available Values Default Value
01 This parameter sets the sensitivity of the Motion Detector. It is a unitless parameter ranging in values from 8 up to 255, with 8 being the highest sensitivity level and 255 being the lowest. After physical installation, make sure the farthest part of the coverage area is still “visible” to the Motion Detector by adjusting this parameter.
01 Sensitivity Level 08 ~ FF
(8 ~ 255)
0C
(12)
02 This parameters sets the amount of time after a motion event before the Motion Detector reports no activity to the main controller (see “Notification” and “Binary Sensor” command classes on page 14-15 for more information.) This also sets the amount of time before a BASIC_SET(00) command is sent to Association Group 2 to turn off any activated devices. This value must be higher than the value of Parameter 6, and if this parameter is reset to default settings, Parameter 6 will also be reset. See “Group 2” on page for more information.
02 Motion Cleared Time Delay 00 05 ~ 02 58 (5 ~ 600 in Seconds) 1E
(30 Sec)
03 This parameter sets the value sent by the BASIC_SET command to Association Group 2 (for more information, see “Association Group Info”.)
01 BASIC_SET Level 00 (0/Turn Off Device)
01 ~ 63 (0-99)
FF (255/Turn On Device)
FF
(255/Turn On Device)
04 This setting enables or disables motion detection and light reporting.
01 Enable/Disable Motion Detector 00 (Motion Detection Disabled )
01 (Motion Detection Enabled)
01
(Motion Detection Enabled)
05 If Parameter 8 is enabled, this setting sets the light level below which the Motion Detector will send BASIC_SET commands to Association Group 2 when motion is detected. For more information, see “Association Group Info”.
02 Group 2 Ambient Light Threshold 00 05 ~ 03 E8
(5 ~ 1,000 in Lux)
00 64
(100 Lux)
06 After each motion event, the Motion Detector is disabled for the amount of time set by this parameter before it can send out another “Motion Detected” Notification Report/Binary Sensor Report. This value must be lower than the value of Parameter 2, and if this parameter is reset to default settings, Parameter 2 will also be reset.
01 Retrigger Interval 01 ~ 08
(1 ~ 8 in seconds)
8
(8 seconds)
07 This parameter sets the amount of time between each successive ambient light level reading that is sent. This value must be less than the Wakeup Interval Time (which is 43,200 seconds or 12 hours by default.)
02 Light Sensing Interval 00 3C ~ 8C A0
(60 ~ 36,000 in seconds)
00 B4
(180 sec)
08 If this parameter is enabled, the Motion Detector will only send Basic Set commands to Associon Group 2 if the ambient light level is below the value set in Parameter 05. For more information, see “Association Group Info.“
01 Enable/Disable Group 2 Ambient Light Threshold 00(Group 2 Ambient Light Threshold Disabled)
01(Group 2 Ambient Light Threshold Enabled)
00
(Ambient Light Threshold Disabled)
09 This Parameter sets the minimum change in ambient light level (in lux) the Motion Detector must detect before a Multilevel Sensor Report is sent to the main controller.
01 Ambient Light Sensitivity Level 00 ~ FF
(0 ~ 255 in Lux)
64
(100 Lux)
0A If this parameter is enabled, the LED INDICATOR will flash everytime there motion is detected. If this is disabled, the LED INDICATOR will not flash to indicate motion events.
01 Enable/Disable LED INDICATOR 00(LED Disabled)
01(LED Enabled)
01
(LED Enabled)

Table 5 - "Configuration” Command Class Parameters

Leak Sensor

Dome Leak Sensor

Description & Features

The Dome Leak Sensor is a battery powered Z-Wave Plus device that can detect wetness and send a notification when it does so. The Leak Sensor consists of two parts—the “SENSOR ASSEMBLY,” and the optional “REMOTE SENSOR PROBE.” They both detect water similarly, using three visible “LEAD.” The moment water touches any of the LEAD, the device will beep and send a notification with its moisture status to its Z-Wave controller. The REMOTE SENSOR PROBE is used to monitor confined or otherwise difficult to reach places.

Key Features

Specifications

Technical Specifications

Spec Value
Radio protocol Z-Wave(500 series)
Power supply Single CR2 3.0V battery
Working current 35mA
Power Consumption 0.13W
Radio frequency 908.4 MHz US
Range Up to 150’ depending on environment
Dimensions (L x W x H) Sensor: Ø2.63” x 1”
Package Contents User Manual, Sensor, Sensor Cradle, Remote Sensor Prove, Battery, 1x Screws, 1x Wall Anchors

Inclusion & Exclusion

Leak Sensor Exploded View Figure 1 - Exploded View Parts of the Leak Sensor Figure 2 - Parts of the A. Main Body Base, B. Main Body Cover, and C. Main Body Cradle

Inclusion

  1. For proper inclusion, bring the Leak Sensor to the final location where it will be used.*
  2. Remove the MAIN BODY COVER by twisting it counterclockwise.
  3. Remove the BATTERY TAB.
  4. Press the BUTTON quickly 3 times in a row.

The LED Indicator will flash five times indicating inclusion.

Exclusion

Follow the instructions for your Z-Wave Certified Conto enter exclusion mode. When prompted by the controller:

  1. Remove the MAIN BODY COVER.
  2. Press the BUTTON button quickly 3 times in a row.

The LED Indicator will flash five times indicating exclusion/disconnection.

Factory Reset & Misc. Functions

Resetting the Leak Sensor

If needed, the Leak Sensor can be reset locally by following these steps.

  1. Remove the MAIN BODY COVER and confirm that your Leak Sensor is powered up.
  2. Press and hold the BUTTON for at least 10 seconds then release. A flashing light indicates a successful factory reset.

The Leak Sensor’s memory will be erased to factory settings.

Waking Up the Leak Sensor

Because the Leak Sensor is a battery powered device, it wakes up on regular intervals to give battery and other status updates to the controller, as well as to accept configuration settings from the controller. This helps to extend the battery life. The device can be forced to wake up to submit these reports or accept new settings immediately by simply pressing and holding the BUTTON for half a second. The LED INDICATOR will flash once indicating successful wake up.

Physical Installation

The device should already be included in your Z-Wave system before continuing further. Study the Pre-Installation Checklist below for a broad overview of installation options and other notes to bear in mind.

Pre-Installation Checklist

Installing the Leak Sensor Near a Toilet or Appliance Figures 3 & 4 - Installing the Leak Sensor Near a Toilet or Appliance.

Installation—Without the REMOTE SENSOR PROBE

  1. Make sure the Leak Sensor is already included in your Z-Wave System and bring it to your desired installation location.
  2. Confirm that your device can communicate with your Z-Wave Controller from the final installed location before proceeding.
  3. Place the SENSOR ASSEMBLY on a flat surface near the device to be monitored (see “Pre-Installation Checklist” on page <?> for proper placement instructions.)
  4. Double-check that your Z-Wave Controller can still communicate with the Leak Sensor, and pour a small amount of water on the floor to emulate a leak and confirm that the device beeps and reports the event to your Controller.

Installation—With the REMOTE SENSOR PROBE

Hard to reach areas can be monitored for leaks using the included REMOTE SENSOR PROBE (see “Pre-Installation Checklist” on page <?>.)

  1. Mount the MAIN BODY CRADLE on a wall near the location you wish to monitor, making sure the REMOTE SENSOR PROBE’s cable will reach it comfortably. You may optionally rest the MAIN BODY CRADLE, unmounted, on a table, shelf, or other surface.
  2. Snap the SENSOR ASSEMBLY into the MAIN BODY CRADLE, making sure the METAL FEET on the SENSOR ASSEMBLY line up with their mates on the MAIN BODY CRADLE.
  3. Plug the REMOTE SENSOR PROBE into the MAIN BODY CRADLE and place the other end of the PROBE in the area to monitor, making sure the METAL FEET are flat on the surface.

LED Behavior

Color Behavior This happens when…
Red Blink 5 times in 5 seconds (slow) …the Leak Sensor was just powered on, but is not yet included in a system.
Blink 5 times in 2.5 seconds (medium) …the CONNECT BUTTON is pressed 3 times quickly (regardless of inclusion status.)
Blink 5 times in 1.5 seconds (fast) …the Leak Sensor is powered on, and already included in a system.
Stay on for 2+ seconds straight …the CONNECT BUTTON is pressed and held for 10+ seconds, resetting Leak Sensor to factory settings.
Blinks while Beeping …the SENSOR detects a leak.
Blinks once …the CONNECT BUTTON is pushed once.

Table 2 - LED Behavior

Button Behavior

Action Condition Result
Press the CONNECT BUTTON for 0.5 second Leak Sensor Already Included in System Device sends a wake up notification to its controller, awaits further instructions, and blinks the LED Indicator once
Push CONNECT BUTTON 3 Times Leak Sensor Already Included in System Device sends node info to Group 1
Leak Sensor Already Included, and Controller is in Exclusion Mode Device is excluded from the system and removes the Home ID from its memory
Leak Sensor Not Yet Included in System, and Controller is in Inclusion Mode Device enters inclusion mode and includes into whichever network is also in inclusion mode
Press and hold CONNECT BUTTON for 10+ seconds Leak Sensor Already Included in System Device will be reset to factory settings, and a DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY command will be sent to Node 1
Press and Hold for 10+ seconds Any condition (as long as the device has power) The device’s memory will erase to factory default settings and any associations, configuration parameters, and other locally saved data will be lost

Table 3 - Button Behavior

Compatible Command Classes

Command Class Notes
Device Reset Locally V1 (5A) -
Powerlevel V1 (73) -
Battery V1(80) -
Association Group Information V1 (59) -
Z-Wave Plus Info V2 (5E) Returned Value: 01 06 00 0C 05 0C 05
Z-Wave Plus Version 01
Role Type 06 (Slave Sleeping Reporting)
Node Type 00 (Z-Wave Plus Node)
Installer Icon Type 0C 05 (Water Alarm))
User Icon Type 0C 05 (Water Alarm))
Version V2 (86)
Returned Value: 06 04 05 02 28 10 00

Z-Wave Library Type 06 (Routing Slave)
Protocol Version 04 05
Protocol Sub-Version 02 28
Application Version 10
Application Sub-Version 00
Manufacturer Specific V2 (72)
Returned Value: 02 1F 00 03 01 85

Manufacturer ID 02 1F
Product Type 00 03
Product ID 00 85
Binary Sensor (30) The Leak Sensor also sends a Binary Sensor Report when a leak is detected or removed. See below for the SENSOR_BINARY_REPORT parameters sent:
Sensor Type 6 (Water)
Leak Detected Value FF
Leak Removed Value 00
Association V2 (85)

Group 1
Group 1 is the “Lifeline” group, which can hold five members, typically including the main Z-Wave controller. The Leak Sensor sends this group a Notification Report and a Binary Sensor Report when water is detected or removed. It also sends this group a Battery Report in reponse to Battery Get commands and a Locally Reset Notification upon local reset.

Group 2
The Leak Sensor sends a Basic Set command to Association Group 2 (or the Control Group) to directly trigger devices (like a light, chime, etc.) in response to a detected leak. Then, after the leak is no longer detected, a BASIC_SET(0x00) command is sent to reset the device (e.g. turn off the light.) The value of the Basic Set command (e.g. brightness of the lamp) is configured using configuration parameter 7.

Group 3
Group 3 supports up to 5 members and the Leak Sensor sends it a NOTIFICATION_REPORT when water is detected or removed.

Group 4
Group 4 supports up to 5 members and the Leak Sensor sends it a SENSOR_BINARY_REPORT when water is detected or removed.

Wake Up V2 (84) The wake-up interval is set in seconds, and is 43,200 seconds (12 hours) by default. The wake-up interval can be set to any value from 300s (5 minutes) to 16,777,200s (about 190 days) in 60-second increments.
Notification V4 (71) The Leak Sensor sends a Notification Report whenever a leak is detected or removed.
Returned Value: 00 00 00 FF 05 XX 00 00

V1 Alarm Type 00 (Unsupported)
V1 Alarm Level 00 (Unsupported)
Reserved 00 (Reserved)
Notification Status FF (Unsolicited Reporting is Enabled)
Notification Type 05 (Water Alarm)
Leak Detected Event
Leak Removed Event
02 (Water Leak Detected, Unknown Location)
00 (Event Inactive)
Sequence/Reserved/Event Parameters Length 00
Notification Event Parameters 00 (No Event Parameters)
Configuration V1(70) See “Configuration” Command Class Parameters”.

Table 4 - Compatible Command Classes

“Configuration” Command Class Parameters

Configuration parameters are sent using a standard syntax to ensure interoperability between all manufacturers’ products. All values are represented using the hexadecimal number system.
Typical syntax is as shown below. Note that the value sent must be the exact size, in bytes, as accepted by the setting. The “extra” spaces should be filled with zeros (see the “value” column below.)

Example Configuration Parameter: 02 02 00 0A

Param # Size Value
02
(Param #2)
02
(2 Bytes)
00 0A
(Value)

When the Leak Sensor detects a leak, it beeps intermittently in the pattern shown in Figure 5. Total Alarm Duration, Mute Time, Initial Alarm, and Reminder Alarm duration times are all configurable using Configuration Parameters 1, 2, 3, and 4 respectively.

Leak Sensor Audible Alarm Behavior Figures 5 - Leak Sensor Audible Alarm Behavior.

Param # Size Name Available Values Default Value
01 This parameter sets the total amount of time the Leak Sensor will beep and light its LED in the event of a leak (see Figure 5.)
01 Total Alarm Duration 00 (Leak Sensor beeps until water is removed)
01 ~ FF (1 ~ 255 in Minutes)
78
(120 min)
02 This parameter defines the amount of time the Leak Sensor remains quiet between each Reminder Alarm (see Fig 5.)
01 Mute Time 01 ~ FF
(1 ~ 255 minutes)
01
(1 min)
03 This parameter sets the amount of time the Leak Sensor beeps before it is muted (see Fig 5.)
01 Initial Alarm 0A ~ FF
(0/Turn Off Device)
3C
(60 sec)
04 This parameter sets the length of each beep after the Initial Alarm (see Fig 5.)
01 Reminder Alarm 05 ~ FF
(5 ~ 255 seconds)
05
(5 sec)
05 This parameter enables or disables the audible alarm (“beeping”) functionality of the Leak Sensor.
01 Enable/Disable Audible Alarm 00 (Audible Alarm Disabled)
01 (Audible Alarm Enabled)
01
(Audible Alarm Enabled)
06 This parameter enables or disables the Leak Sensor - if disabled, the device will not respond in any way to detected leaks.
01 Enable/Disable Water Detection 00 (Water Detection Disabled)
01 (Water Detection Enabled)
01
(Water Detection Enabled)
07 This parameter defines the value sent by the BASIC_SET command to Association Group 2 (for more information, see “Assocation Groups”.)
01 Basic Set Level 00 (0/Turn Off Device)
01 ~ 63 (0-99)
FF (-1/Turn On Device)
FF
(-1/Turn On Device)

Table 5 - “Configuration” Command Class Parameters

On/Off Plug-In Switch

Dome On/Off Plug-In Switch

Description & Features

The Dome On/Off Plug-In Switch is a Z-Wave Plus device that plugs into a standard 3-prong power outlet and lets you turn on or off any connected electronic device. The On/Off Plug-In Switch also monitors how much energy the attached device uses, and reports the data to your Z-Wave Hub.

Key Features

Specifications

Technical Specifications

Spec Value
Radio protocol Z-Wave(500 series)
Power supply 110-230V AC 50/60Hz
Max current 13A
Power Consumption 0.13W
Radio frequency 908.4 MHz US
Range Up to 150’ depending on environment
Dimensions (L x W x H) Sensor: 1.8" x 1.8" x 1.8”
Package Contents User Manual, On/Off Plug-In Switch

Inclusion & Exclusion

Parts of the On/Off Plug-In Switch Figure 1 - Parts of the On/Off Plug-In Switch

Inclusion

Follow the instructions for your Z-Wave Certified Conto enter inclusion mode. When prompted by the controller:

  1. For proper inclusion, plug the On/Off Plug-In Switch into the outlet where it will be used.*
  2. When prompted by the controller, quickly press the BUTTON 3 times.
  3. A yellow LED will flash five times indicating inclusion.

Exclusion

Follow the instructions for your Z-Wave Certified Conto enter exclusion mode. When prompted by the controller:

  1. Plug the On/Off Plug-In Switch into an outlet.
  2. Press the BUTTON button quickly 3 times in a row.

A yellow LED will flash five times indicating exclusion/disconnection.

Factory Reset & Misc. Functions

Resetting the On/Off Plug-In Switch

If needed, the On/Off Plug-In Switch can be reset locally by following these steps.

  1. Confirm that your On/Off Plug-In Switch is powered up.
  2. Press and hold the BUTTON for at least 10 seconds then release. The LED will blink once in a red color followed by 5 times in a pink color indicating a successful factory reset.

The On/Off Plug-In Switch’s memory will be erased to factory settings.

Physical Installation

The On/Off Plug-In Switch can be installed in any standard 3-prong American power outlet. To control or monitor an electronic device, simply plug it into the DEVICE PORT. Make sure there is sufficient Z-Wave coverage in your desired installation location.

LED Behavior

Color Behavior This happens when…
Pink Blink 5 times in 1 second …the device powers on, but is not yet included in a Z-Wave Network.
Blink 5 times in 500ms …the BUTTON is pushed 3 times after the On/Off Plug-In Switch is already in a Z-Wave network, and the device sends a notification with its Node Info.
Blue Blink 5 times in 300ms …the device powers on, and is arleady included in a Z-wave network.
Yellow Blink 5 times in 500ms …the BUTTON is pushed three times, including the On/Off Plug-In Switch into a Z-Wave network.
Always On …the current is above the limit set in Param 4 (12A by default.)
Red Blink Once …the BUTTON is pressed for an extended period of time, resetting the On/Off Plug-In Switch to factory default settings.
Blink Once a Second …the current is above the limit set in Param 3 (13A by default.) Power will be shut off; LED and power will return to normal when the current drops below the level set in Param 3 and the BUTTON is pushed once.
Green Always On …the On/Off Plug-In Switch is powered on.

Table 2 - LED Behavior

Button Behavior

Action Condition Result
Press the BUTTON Once Param 10 = 1 Turn Device on or off
Param 10 = 0 Nothing
Push CONNECT BUTTON 3 Times On/Off Plug-In Switch Already Included in System Device sends node info to Group 1
On/Off Plug-In Switch Already Included in System and Controller is in Exclusion Mode Device is excluded from the system and removes the Home ID from its memory
On/Off Plug Not Yet Included in System Device enters inclusion mode and includes into whichever network is also in inclusion mode
Press and hold CONNECT BUTTON for 10+ seconds All conditions Device will be reset to factory settings, and a DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY command will be sent to Node 1

Table 3 - Button Behavior

Compatible Command Classes

Command Class Notes
Device Reset Locally V1 (5A) -
Powerlevel V1 (73) -
Association Group Information V1 (59) -
Binary Switch V1 (25) -
All Switch V1 (27) -
Basic V1 (20) -
Z-Wave Plus Info V2 (5E) Returned Value: 01 05 00 07 00 07 00
Z-Wave Plus Version 01
Role Type 05 (Slave - Always On)
Node Type 00 (Z-Wave Plus Node)
Installer Icon Type 07 00 (Generic Relay Device))
User Icon Type 07 00 (Generic Relay Device))
Version V2 (86)
Returned Value: 03 04 05 03 46 41 00

Z-Wave Library Type 03 (Enhanced Slave)
Protocol Version 04 05
Protocol Sub-Version 03 46
Application Version 41
Application Sub-Version 00
Manufacturer Specific V2 (72)
Returned Value: 02 1F 00 03 00 87

Manufacturer ID 02 1F
Product Type 00 03
Product ID 00 87
Association V2 (85)

Group 1
Group 1 is the “Lifeline” group, which can hold five devices. The On/Off Plug-In Switch sends this group a Notification Report and Binary Switch Report whenever it is turned on or off. It also sends a Meter Report incrementally based on time (see Param 2,) or when a relative change in power usage is detected (see Param 6.) Finally, the On/Off Plug-In Switch sends this group a Device Reset Locally notification to remove itself from the Z-Wave network.

Group 2
The On/Off Plug-In Switch sends a BASIC_SET(FF) command to Association Group 2 to directly trigger devices (like a siren, chime, etc.) when the current passes above the level set in Parameter 3. When the current drops below the level again, a BASIC_SET(00) command is sent to reset the device (e.g. turn off the siren.) This Group can hold five devices.

Group 3
The On/Off Plug-In Switch sends Notification Reports to Group 3, and it can hold five devices.

Notification V4 (71) The On/Off Plug-In Switch sends a NOTIFICATION_REPORT to Group 1 when the current load passes the level set in Param 3, and another report when it drops back below this level. See below for the NOTIFICATION_REPORT parameters sent:
Returned Value: 00 00 00 FF 08 XX 00 00

V1 Alarm Type 00 (Unsupported)
V1 Alarm Level 00 (Unsupported)
Reserved 00 (Reserved)
Notification Status FF (Unsolicited Reporting is Enabled)
Notification Type 08 (Power Management)
Overload Detected Event
No More Overload Event
08 (Overload)
00 (Event Inactive)
Sequence/Reserved/Event Parameters Length 00
Notification Event Parameters 00 (No Event Parameters)
Meter V4 (32) When enabled (see Param 1,) the On/Off Plug-In Switch sends period updates with various usage information to Group 1 using the Meter Command Class. These reports are sent periodically (every 300s by default - see Param 2) as well as when a change in current is detected (see Param 6.) Voltage—The voltage currently being supplied by the plug (in V) Current—The current being supplied by the plug (in A) Power—The power supplied by the plug instantaneously (in W) Energy—The amount of energy supplied per unit time (in kWh)
Returned Value: 21 44 XX XX XX XX YY YY ZZ ZZ ZZ ZZ 00

Scale/Rate Type/Meter Type/Size/Precision 21 44 (0010 0001 0100 0100)
Scale (2)—0
Rate Type—01 (Import [Consumed])
Meter Type—0 0001 (Electric Meter)
Precision—010 (2 decimal places)
Scale (1:0)—0 0
Size—100 (4 Bytes)
Scale (Summed)—0 0 0 (Kilowatt-Hours)
Meter Value 80 00 00 00 ~ 7F FF FF FF (-2,147,483,648 ~ 2,147,483,647 in kWh)
Delta Time 00 00 ~ FF FF (0 ~ 65,535 in seconds)
Previous Value 80 00 00 00 ~ 7F FF FF FF (-2,147,483,648 ~ 2,147,483,647 in kWh)
Scale 2 00
Returned Value: 21 54 XX XX XX XX YY YY ZZ ZZ ZZ ZZ 00

Scale/Rate Type/Meter Type/Size/Precision 21 54 (0010 0001 0101 0100)
Scale (2)—0
Rate Type—01 (Import [Consumed])
Meter Type—0 0001 (Electric Meter)
Precision—010 (2 decimal places)
Scale (1:0)—1 0
Size—100 (4 Bytes)
Scale (Summed)—0 1 0 (Watts)
Meter Value 80 00 00 00 ~ 7F FF FF FF (-2,147,483,648 ~ 2,147,483,647 in W)
Delta Time 00 00 ~ FF FF (0 ~ 65,535 in seconds)
Previous Value 80 00 00 00 ~ 7F FF FF FF (-2,147,483,648 ~ 2,147,483,647 in W)
Scale 2 00
Returned Value: A1 42 XX XX YY YY ZZ ZZ 00

Scale/Rate Type/Meter Type/Size/Precision A1 42 (1010 0001 0100 0010)
Scale (2)—1
Rate Type—01 (Import [Consumed])
Meter Type—0 0001 (Electric Meter)
Precision—010 (2 decimal places)
Scale (1:0)—0 0
Size—010 (2 Bytes)
Scale (Summed)—1 0 0 (Volts)
Meter Value 80 00 ~ 7F FF (-32,768 ~ 32,767 in V)
Delta Time 00 00 ~ FF FF (0 ~ 65,535 in seconds)
Previous Value 80 00 ~ 7F FF (-32,768 ~ 32,767 in V)
Scale 2 00
Returned Value: A1 4A XX XX YY YY ZZ ZZ 00

Scale/Rate Type/Meter Type/Size/Precision A1 4A (1010 0001 0100 1010)
Scale (2)—1
Rate Type—01 (Import [Consumed])
Meter Type—0 0001 (Electric Meter)
Precision—010 (2 decimal places)
Scale (1:0)—0 1
Size—010 (2 Bytes)
Scale (Summed)—1 0 1 (Amperes)
Meter Value 80 00 ~ 7F FF (-32,768 ~ 32,767 in A)
Delta Time 00 00 ~ FF FF (0 ~ 65,535 in seconds)
Previous Value 80 00 ~ 7F FF (-32,768 ~ 32,767 in A)
Scale 2 00
Configuration V1(70) See “Configuration” Command Class Parameters”.

Table 4 - Compatible Command Classes

“Configuration” Command Class Parameters

Configuration parameters are sent using a standard syntax to ensure interoperability between all manufacturers’ products. All values are represented using the hexadecimal number system.
Typical syntax is as shown below. Note that the value sent must be the exact size, in bytes, as accepted by the setting. The “extra” spaces should be filled with zeros (see the “value” column below.)

Example Configuration Parameter: 02 02 00 0A

Param # Size Value
02
(Param #2)
02
(2 Bytes)
00 0A
(Value)

Param # Size Name Available Values Default Value
01 This parameter enables/disables the METER_REPORT function, which sends periodic reports to Group1 members with information on line voltage, current load, and power & energy consumption. Also see Param 2 & 6.
01 Enable/Disable METER_REPORT 00 (Disable Meter Functionality)
01 (Enable Meter Functionality)
01
(Meter Enabled)
02 This parameter sets the amount of time between each successive METER_REPORT signal sent to Group 1 (also see Param 1 & 6.)
02 METER_REPORT Interval 00 01 ~ FF FF (1 ~ 65,535 in Seconds) 01 2C
(300 Sec)
03 Sets the maximum current the plug will pass before it cuts off power and sends a NOTIFICATION_EVENT_POWER_MANAGEMENT_OVER_LOAD_DETECTED signal to Group 1 and a BASIC_SET(FF) to Group 2. The LED will then blink red once per second until the notification is cleared after the current returns to normal. To clear the NOTIFICATION and start monitoring again, the BUTTON must be pushed once (only after the current is back to normal) or a BINARY_SWITCH_SET(FF) command must be sent. NOTE: this value must be higher than Param 4
01 Set “Overload” Current Level 01 ~ 10
(1 ~ 16 in Amps)
0D
(13 Amps)
04 Sets the current level at which the On/Off Plug-In Switch will flash its LED yellow, until the current returns to below this level. It will NOT cut off current to the device; this functions as a visible warning to the user. NOTE: this value must be lower than Param 3
01 Set “Alert” Current Level 01 ~ Param(3)
(in Amps)
0C
(12 Amps)
05 This parameter enables or disables the indicator LED.
01 Enable/Disable Indicator LED 00 (Disable LED)
01 (Enable LED)
01
(LED Enabled)
06 In addition to sending a METER_REPORT to Group 1 in the time interval set by Param 2, the On/Off Plug-In Switch also sends a METER_REPORT when it detects a relative change in current flow. This parameter sets this minimum current change amount, in percent, at which point the On/Off Plug-In Switch will send a METER_REPORT to Group 1. Also see Param 1 & 2.
01 Current change METER_REPORT level 01 ~ 64
(1 ~ 100 in % change in Amps)
05
(5%)
07 This parameter sets whether or not the On/Off Plug-In Switch will remember if it was turned on or off when it was last plugged in. If enabled, whenever the device is rebooted (plugged in and out of the main outlet,) it will resume its state from before the reboot. If disabled, it will turn on everytime the device is rebooted.
01 Remember On/Off Status 00 (Don’t Remember On/Off Status)
01 (Remember On/Off Status)
01
(Remember Status)
08 If this parameter is enabled, whenever the On/Off Plug-In Switch is turned on, it will automatically turn off after a set amount of time (set in Param 9.)
01 Enable/Disable Timer Function 00(Disable Timer Functionality)
01(Enable Timer Functionality)
00
(Timer Disabled)
09 Sets the time interval before the On/Off Plug-In Switch automatically shuts off. See Param 8.
02 Set Timer Time Interval 00 01 ~ FF FF
(1 ~ 65,535 in Minutes)
00 96
(150 Min)
0A If this parameter is enabled, the user can turn the device on or off using the BUTTON.
01 Enable/Disable BUTTON 00(Disable Button)
01(Enable Button)
01
(Button Enabled)

Table 5 - “Configuration” Command Class Parameters

Mouser

Dome Mouser

Description & Features

The Dome Mouser is a battery powered Z-Wave Plus enabled mousetrap that works by electrocution and is designed to be humane and painless to the rodent. After a mouse is caught, the Mouser will send a Z-Wave signal to its controller to notify the user, and will not retrigger until the trap is reset.

Key Features

Specifications

Technical Specifications

Spec Value
Radio protocol Z-Wave(500 series)
Power supply 4x 1.5V AA Size Batteries
Working current 100mA
Power Consumption 0.6W
Radio frequency 908.4 MHz US
Range Up to 150’ depending on environment
Dimensions (L x W x H) Sensor: 8.5” x 4.5” x 5”
Package Contents User Manual, Mouser

Inclusion & Exclusion

Parts of the Mouser Figure 1 - Parts of the Mouser Removing the Bait Holder Figure 2 - Removing the Bait Holder

Inclusion

  1. For proper inclusion, bring the Mouser to the final location where it will be used.*
  2. Remove top cover by sliding it back and lifting up.
  3. Insert batteries.
  4. Press the CONNECT BUTTON quickly 3 times in a row.

The LED Indicator will flash five times indicating inclusion.

Exclusion

Follow the instructions for your Z-Wave Certified Conto enter exclusion mode. When prompted by the controller:

  1. Remove top cover by sliding it back and lifting up.
  2. Press the CONNECT BUTTON button quickly 3 times in a row.

The LED Indicator will flash five times indicating exclusion/disconnection.

Factory Reset & Misc. Functions

Resetting the Mouser

If needed, the Mouser can be reset locally by following these steps.

  1. Remove the TOP COVER and confirm that your Mouser is powered up.
  2. Press and hold the CONNECT BUTTON for at least 10 seconds then release. A flashing LED INDICATOR indicates a successful factory reset.
  3. The Mouser’s memory will be erased to factory settings.

The Mouser’s memory will be erased to factory settings.

Waking Up the Mouser

Because the Mouser is a battery powered device, it wakes up on regular intervals to give battery and other status updates to the controller, as well as to accept configuration settings from the controller. This helps to extend the battery life. The device can be forced to wake up to submit these reports or accept new settings immediately by simply pressing and holding the BUTTON for half a second. The LED INDICATOR will flash once indicating successful wake up.

Physical Installation

How to Use—Baiting the Trap

  1. Lift the BAIT HOLDER from the Mouser.
  2. Add bait - dry foods (like peanuts) leave less mess.
  3. Replace the BAIT HOLDER.

How to Use—Setting the Trap

  1. Bait the Mouser.
  2. Place the Mouser in the desired location - rodents usually scurry around walls and other corners.
  3. Flip On/Off Button to the On position - the LED will stay lit for two seconds indicating the Mouser is armed. A flashing LED indicates low battery.
  4. When the Mouser is tripped. the LED will blink every five seconds, and an alert will be sent to your Z-Wave Controller.
  5. Flip the On/Off Button to the Off position to empty the Mouser, andit is ready to use again immediately.

LED Behavior

Color Behavior This happens when…
Red Blink 5 times in 5 seconds (slow) …the Mouser was just powered on, but is not yet included in a system.
Blink 5 times in 2.5 seconds (medium) …the CONNECT BUTTON is pressed 3 times quickly (regardless of inclusion status.)
Blink 5 times in 1.5 seconds (fast) …the Mouser is powered on, and already included in a system.
Stay on for 2+ seconds straight …the CONNECT BUTTON is pressed and held for 10+ seconds, resetting Mouser to factory settings OR the CONNECT BUTTON is pushed once.
Blinks once every 3 seconds …the trap is tripped and needs to be emptied.
Stays on for 2 seconds …Battery is high when the ARM/DISARM BUTTON is pushed to the “Arm” Position
Blinks three times …Battery is low when the ARM/DISARM BUTTON is pushed to the “Arm” Position
Stays on constantly …Battery is about to die when the ARM/DISARM BUTTON is pushed to the “Arm” Position

Table 2 - LED Behavior

Button Behavior

Action Condition Result
Press the CONNECT BUTTON for 0.5 second Mouser Already Included in System Device sends a wake up notification to its controller, awaits further instructions, and blinks the LED Indicator once
Push CONNECT BUTTON 3 Times Mouser Already Included in System Device sends node info to Group 1
Mouser Already Included, and Controller is in Exclusion Mode Device is excluded from the system and removes the Home ID from its memory
Mouser Not Yet Included in System, and Controller is in Inclusion Mode Device enters inclusion mode and includes into whichever network is also in inclusion mode
Press and hold CONNECT BUTTON for 10+ seconds Mouser Already Included in System Device will be reset to factory settings, and a DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY command will be sent to Node 1
Press and Hold for 10+ seconds Any condition (as long as the device has power) The device’s memory will erase to factory default settings and any associations, configuration parameters, and other locally saved data will be lost

Table 3 - Button Behavior

Compatible Command Classes

Command Class Notes
Device Reset Locally V1 (5A) -
Powerlevel V1 (73) -
Battery V1(80) -
Association Group Information V1 (59) -
Z-Wave Plus Info V2 (5E) Returned Value: 01 06 00 0C 07 0C 07
Z-Wave Plus Version 01
Role Type 06 (Slave Sleeping Reporting)
Node Type 00 (Z-Wave Plus Node)
Installer Icon Type 0C 07 (Home Security Alarm))
User Icon Type 0C 07 (Home Security Alarm))
Version V2 (86)
Returned Value: 06 04 05 03 10 52 00

Z-Wave Library Type 06 (Routing Slave)
Protocol Version 04 05
Protocol Sub-Version 03 10
Application Version 52
Application Sub-Version 00
Manufacturer Specific V2 (72)
Returned Value: 02 1F 00 03 01 04

Manufacturer ID 02 1F
Product Type 00 03
Product ID 01 04
Association V2 (85)

Group 1
Group 1 is the “Lifeline” group, which can hold five members, typically including the main Z-Wave controller. The Door/Window Sensor sends this group a Notification Report and a Binary Sensor Report when it is tripped, reset, armed, and disarmed. It also sends this group a Battery Report in reponse to Battery Get commands.

Group 2
The Mouser sends a Basic Set command to Association Group 2 (or the Control Group) to directly trigger devices (like a light, chime, etc.) when it is tripped. After the trap is reset, a BASIC_SET(00) command is sent to reset the device (e.g. turn off the light.) The value of the Basic Set command (e.g. brightness of the lamp) is configured using configuration parameter 1.

Group 3
Group 3 supports up to 5 members and the Mouser sends it a NOTIFICATION_REPORT when tripped, reset, armed, and disarmed.

Group 4
Group 4 supports up to 5 members and the Mouser sends it a SENSOR_BINARY_REPORT when tripped, reset, armed, and disarmed.

Wake Up V2 (84) The wake-up interval is set in seconds, and is 43,200 seconds (12 hours) by default. The wake-up interval can be set to any value from 300s (5 minutes) to 16,777,200s (about 190 days) in 60-second increments.
Notification V4 (71) The Mouser sends a Notification Report when the trap is triggered, reset, armed, and disarmed. It primarily uses the Pest Control Notification Type, but also sends a Home Security, Motion Detected (Unknown Location) Report when the trap is triggered and a Home Security, Event Inactive when the trap is reset to ensure compatibility with all Z-Wave Controllers.
Returned Value: 00 00 00 FF 13 XX 00 00

V1 Alarm Type 00 (Unsupported)
V1 Alarm Level 00 (Unsupported)
Reserved 00 (Reserved)
Notification Status FF (Unsolicited Reporting is Enabled)
Notification Type 13 (Pest Control)
Pest Exterminated Event
Pest Removed Event
Trap Armed Event
Trap Unarmed Event
08 (Pest Exterminated, Unknown Location)
00 (State Cleared)
02 (Trap Armed, Unknown Location)
04 (Trap Re-Arm Required, Unknown Location)
Sequence/Reserved/Event Parameters Length 00
Notification Event Parameters 00 (No Event Parameters)

Returned Value: 00 00 00 FF 07 XX 00 00

V1 Alarm Type 00 (Unsupported)
V1 Alarm Level 00 (Unsupported)
Reserved 00 (Reserved)
Notification Status FF (Unsolicited Reporting is Enabled)
Notification Type 07 (Home Security)
Pest Exterminated Event
Pest Removed Event
08 (Motion Detected, Unknown Location)
00 (Event Inactive)
Sequence/Reserved/Event Parameters Length 00
Notification Event Parameters 00 (No Event Parameters)
Configuration V1(70) See “Configuration” Command Class Parameters”.

Table 4 - Compatible Command Classes

“Configuration” Command Class Parameters

Configuration parameters are sent using a standard syntax to ensure interoperability between all manufacturers’ products. All values are represented using the hexadecimal number system.
Typical syntax is as shown below. Note that the value sent must be the exact size, in bytes, as accepted by the setting. The “extra” spaces should be filled with zeros (see the “value” column below.)

Example Configuration Parameter: 02 02 00 0A

Param # Size Value
02
(Param #2)
02
(2 Bytes)
00 0A
(Value)

Param # Size Name Available Values Default Value
01 This parameter sets the value sent by the BASIC_SET command to Association Group 2 (for more information, see “Assocation Groups”.)
01 BASIC_SET Level 00 (0/Turn Off Device)
01 ~ 63 (0 ~ 99)
FF (-1/Turn On Device)
FF
(-1/Turn On Device)
02 This parameter sets “firing mode” of the Mouser. Two firing modes are available: in the first (Continuous Fire,) electricity is passed continuously for the entire duration, and in the second (Burst Fire,) electricity is passed continuously only for the first minute and it is pulsed at approximately 400 beats per minute for the remainder of the time.
01 Set Firing Mode 01 (Continuous Fire)
02 (Burst Fire)
02
(Burst Fire)
03 This parameter defines how long the Mouser will fire continuously before it starts to burst-fire (see parameter 2.)
02 High Voltage Duration Time 00 64~01 68
(100~360 in Seconds)
64
(100 Seconds)
04 This parameter enables or disables the indicator LED alarm when the trap is tripped.
01 Enable/Disable LED Alarm 00 (LED Alarm Disabled)
01 (LED Alarm Enabled)
01
(LED Alarm Enabled)
05 This parameter sets the amount of time the LED Indicator blinks after the trap is tripped.
01 LED Alarm Duration 00 (LED Alarm Blinks Until Trap is Cleared)
01~FF (1~255 in Hours)
00
(LED Alarm Blinks Until Cleared)

Table 5 - “Configuration” Command Class Parameters

Water Main Shut-Off

Dome Water Main Shut-Off

Description & Features

The Dome Water Main Shut-Off is a Z-Wave Plus Certified device that installs over any standard 1/2” to 1-1/2” ball valve, and opens or closes the valve when given a signal. The Water Main Shut-Off consists of three main parts - the “MOTOR ASSEMBLY,” the “MOUNTING BRACKET,” and the “CONTROL ARM.” The MOUNTING BRACKET is clamped onto the pipe with HOSE CLAMPS and the CONTROL ARM secures around the VALVE HANDLE to control the valve, while the MOTOR ASSEMBLY connects to your home automation system and ties everything together.

Key Features

Specifications

Technical Specifications

Spec Value
Radio protocol Z-Wave(500 series)
Power supply 12VDC
Working current 35mA
Power Consumption 0.13W
Operating Temperature 32 - 112 °F
Radio frequency 908.4 MHz US
Range Up to 150’ depending on environment
Dimensions (L x W x H) Sensor: 2.5” x 3.5” x 6”
Package Contents User Manual, Water Main Shut-Off, Power Supply

Inclusion & Exclusion

Main Parts of the Water Main Shut-Off Figure 1 - Main Parts of the Water Main Shut-Off Underside of the Water Main Shut-Off Figure 2 - Underside of the Water Main Shut-Off

Inclusion

  1. For proper inclusion, bring the Water Main Shut-Off to the final location where it will be used. *
  1. Follow the instructions for your Z-Wave controller to enter inclusion mode.
  2. Make sure the Water Main Shut-Off is powered on, and when prompted by your controller, press the “open/close” button quickly 3 times in a row. The LED will stop blinking and stay on continuously upon successful inclusion.

Exclusion

  1. Follow the instructions for your Z-Wave certified Controller to enter exclusion mode.
  2. When prompted, press the “open/close” button on the Shut-Off quickly 3 times in a row.

The LED Indicator will flash five times indicating exclusion/disconnection.

Factory Reset & Misc. Functions

Resetting the Water Main Shut-Off

If needed, the Water Main Shut-Off can be reset locally by following these steps.

  1. Confirm that your Water Main Shut-Off is powered up.
  2. Press and hold the OPEN/CLOSE BUTTON for at least 10 seconds then release. A flashing LED INDICATOR indicates a successful factory reset.
  3. The Water Main Shut-Off’s memory will be erased to factory settings.

Emergency Operation

The Water Main Shut-Off can be operated manually in the event of a power outage, loss of communication with your Z-Wave Hub, or some other emergency. Follow these instructions to manually operate the Shut-Off:

Finding the Motor Clutch Figure 3 - Finding the Motor Clutch

  1. Unplug the power from your device.
  2. Locate the MOTOR CLUTCH on the underside of your device (Fig 3,) and pull it outward by the keychain ring. The CONTROL ARM will disengage from the motor and move freely.

Physical Installation

Review the Pre-Installation Checklist below to make sure the Water Main Shut-Off can be used for your application. The device should already be included in your Z-Wave system before continuing further.

Pre-Installation Checklist

Required Clearance for the Water Main Shut-Off Figure 4 - Required Clearance for the Water Main Shut-Off.

Installation Process

Installing the Water Main Shut-Off Figure 5 - Installing the Water Main Shut-Off Aligning the Water Main Shut-Off Figure 6 - Aligning the Water Main Shut-Off

  1. Make sure the installed valve is comfortably usable by hand before continuing further.
  2. Open both HOSE CLAMPS completely so their ends are free, insert both of them into the slots in the MOUNTING BRACKET, and let them hang loosely.
  3. Remove the protective film covering the screws on the CONTROL ARM and spread the CONTROL ARM.
  4. Make sure both the valve and the Water Main Shut-Offare in the “open” position (where the handle is in line with the pipe, not at a right angle to it,) and slide the CONTROL ARM around the valve’s handle.
  5. Loosely tighten the hose clamps around the pipe on the opposite side of the valve handle so it remains moveable.
  6. Position the bolt of the Water Main Shut-Off directly above the bolt of the ball valve, and tighten the HOSE CLAMPS until the Shut-Off is completely secure (Figure 5.)
  1. Squeeze the CONTROL ARM closed around the valve handle and secure it tightly with the four screws previously covered by the protective film.
  2. To test for proper installation, power up the device and press the OPEN/CLOSE BUTTON. The motor will engage and your valve will close.

LED Behavior

Color Behavior This happens when…
Blue Blink Continuously …the device is not yet included in a Z-Wave Network.
On Continulously …the device is included in a Z-Wave Network and is in the “Closed” position.
Off Continuously …the device isincluded in a Z-Wave Network and is in the “Open” position.

Table 2 - LED Behavior

Button Behavior

Action Condition Result
Press the Button Once All Conditions Open or Close Valve
Push OPEN/CLOSE BUTTON 3 Times Water Main Shut-Off Already Included in System Device sends node info to Group 1
Water Main Shut-Off Already Included in System and Controller is in Exclusion Mode Device is excluded from the system and removes the Home ID from its memory
Water Main Shut-Off Not Yet Included in System Device enters inclusion mode and includes into whichever network is also in inclusion mode
Press and hold OPEN/CLOSE BUTTON for 10+ seconds All Conditions Device will be reset to factory settings, and a DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY command will be sent to Node 1

Table 3 - Button Behavior

Compatible Command Classes

Command Class Notes
Device Reset Locally V1 (5A) -
Powerlevel V1 (73) -
Association Group Information V1 (59) -
Basic V1 (20) -
Binary Switch V1 (25) Binary Switch commands will open and close the Water Main Shut-Off. Binary Switch Report commands are also used to communicate changes in device status (e.g. the Valve opening/closing) to the controller. See below for Binary Switch status values and their corresponding meaning within the Shut-Off:
Valve Open: FF
Valve Closed: 00
All Switch V1 (27) All Switch commands open and close the Water Main Shut-Off along with any other device included in your Z-Wave Network. See the Z-Wave Command Class specifications for details on how the All Switch command class is typically implemented. See below for All Switch status values and their corresponding meaning within the Shut-Off:
Valve Open: FF
Valve Closed: 00
Z-Wave Plus Info V2 (5E) Returned Value: 01 05 00 0F 00 0F 00
Z-Wave Plus Version 01
Role Type 05 (Slave - Always On)
Node Type 00 (Z-Wave Plus Node)
Installer Icon Type 07 00 (Generic Relay Device))
User Icon Type 07 00 (Generic Relay Device))
Version V2 (86)
Returned Value: 06 04 05 00 02 02 00

Z-Wave Library Type 06
Protocol Version 04 05
Protocol Sub-Version 00 02
Application Version 02
Application Sub-Version 00
Manufacturer Specific V2 (72)
Returned Value: 02 1F 00 03 00 02

Manufacturer ID 02 1F
Product Type 00 03
Product ID 00 02
Association V2 (85)

Group 1
Group 1 is the “Lifeline” group, which can hold five devices. The Water Main Shut-Off sends this group a Binary Switch Report whenever it is turned on or off. The Water Main Shut-Off also sends this group a Device Reset Locally notification to remove itself from the Z-Wave network.

Table 4 - Compatible Command Classes

Door/Window Sensor Pro

Door/Window Sensor Pro

Description & Features

The Dome Door/Window Sensor is a battery powered security-enabled* Z-Wave Plus magnetic reed switch that can monitor the status of doors, windows, and anything else that opens and closes. It can also report ambient temperature levels. The Door/Window Sensor consists of two parts - the “sensor,” and the “magnet.” The sensor has a “reed switch” inside, which is sensitive to the magnet’s presence when aligned properly and within the defined distance. When the sensor and magnet are brought together or pulled apart, the sensor will report its open/close status to its Z-Wave controller, and the encrypted wireless communication* ensures that user data remains secure. Because many manufacturers use Z-Wave to communicate, the Door/Window Sensor can interact with different products of different categories.

Key Features

Specifications

Technical Specifications

Spec Value
Radio protocol Z-Wave(500 series)
Power supply Single CR14505 3.6V battery
Working current 35mA
Standby current 7uA
Radio frequency 908.4 MHz US
Range Up to 150’ depending on environment
Dimensions (L x W x H) Sensor: 2.9” x 0.85” x 0.87” (75 x 21 x 22 mm)
Magnet: 1.6” x 0.25” x 0.5” (40 x 6.35 x 12 mm)
Package Contents User Manual, Sensor, Magnet, Battery, Double-Stick Tape, 2x Screws, 2x Wall Anchors

Inclusion & Exclusion

Door/Window Sensor Exploded View Figure 1 - Door/Window Sensor Exploded View Main Parts of the Door/Window Sensor Figure 2 - Main Parts of the Door/Window Sensor

Inclusion - New Installation

  1. For proper inclusion, bring the Door/Window Sensor to the final location where it will be used*.
  2. Follow the instructions for your Z-Wave controller to enter inclusion mode.
  3. Remove the Battery Tab protruding from the Battery Tab Slit.
  4. The device will automatically enter inclusion mode for two minutes and the LED Indicator will alternate between green and red.

Upon successful inclusion the LED Indicator will flash green three times then stop blinking.

Inclusion - Re-Installation

  1. For proper inclusion, bring the Door/Window Sensorto the final location where it will be used*.
  2. Follow the instructions for your Z-Wave controller to enter inclusion mode.
  3. Remove the Sensor Cover and the LED Indicator will start blinking yellow.
  4. Press the Button quickly 3 times in a row.
  5. The device will enter inclusion mode for two minutes and the LED Indicator will alternate between green and red.

After successful inclusion, the LED Indicator will flash green three times then blink red until the cover is replaced.

Exclusion

Follow the instructions for your Z-Wave Certified Controller to enter exclusion mode. When prompted by the controller:

  1. Remove the SENSOR COVER and the LED Indicator will start blinking red.
  2. Press the Button quickly 3 times in a row.

The LED Indicator will flash green three times indicating exclusion/disconnection and will then continue flashing red (indicating tamper) until the cover is replaced.

Factory Reset & Misc. Functions

Resetting the Door/Window Sensor Pro

If needed, the Door/Window Sensor Pro can be reset locally by following these steps.

  1. Remove the Sensor Cover and confirm that your Door/Window Sensor is powered up.
  2. Wait for 5 seconds.
  3. Move the Magnet and Sensor Base in and out of the closed position 6 times.
  4. The LED Indicator will light up red for two seconds when reset successfully.

The Door/Window Sensor’s memory will be erased to factory settings.

Waking Up the Door/Window Sensor Pro

Because the Mouser is a battery powered device, it wakes up on regular intervals to give battery and other status updates to the controller, as well as to accept configuration settings from the controller. This helps to extend the battery life. The device can be forced to wake up to submit these reports or accept new settings immediately by simply pressing and holding the BUTTON for half a second. The LED INDICATOR will flash once indicating successful wake up.

Physical Installation

The Door/Window Sensor can be install with double stick tape or the provided screws. The device should already be included in your Z-Wave system before continuing further.

Pre-Installation Checklist

Placing the Door/Window Sensor on the Door Figure 3 - Placing the Door/Window Sensor on the Door

Installation Using Double-Stick Tape

  1. Wipe the door and door-frame clean of dust and anything else that will interfere with the tape’s stickiness.
  2. Peel the double-stick tape and adhere the Sensor Assembly to the door surface.
  3. Repeat the process for the Magnet Assembly, making sure the Magnet Assembly, and Sensor Assembly are no more than 1-1/4” apart when closed. The lines on the sides of the Magnet Assembly, and Sensor Assembly should be in line.
  4. Open and close the door to make sure the sensor works as expected (the LED Indicator blinks) and that the signal reaches your Z-Wave controller.

Installation Using Screws

Installing the Door/Window Sensor With Screws Figure 4 - Installing the Door/Window Sensor With Screws

  1. Remove the Sensor Cover and Battery from the Sensor Base and the Magnet Cover from the Magnet Base.
  2. Hold the Sensor Base in place and drive the included screws through the screw holes into the door.
  3. Repeat the process for the Magnet Assembly, making sure the Magnet Assembly, and Sensor Assembly are no more than 1-1/4” apart when the door is closed. The lines on the sides of the MAGNET and SENSOR should be in line.
  4. Replace the Battery, Sensor Cover, and Magnet Cover.
  5. Open and close the door to make sure the sensor works as expected (the LED Indicator blinks) and that the signal reaches your Z-Wave controller.

LED Behavior

Color Behavior This happens when…
Green Blinks Twice Within 5 Seconds …the sensor Detects the Magnet (door) moving, and the Z-Wave signal reached the controller.
Blinks 3 times quickly …the device is successfully included into the system.
Red Stays on for 2 seconds …the device is reset to factory settings.
Blinks 3 Times quickly … the Button is pressed 3 times quickly and the device is excluded from the network.
Blinks indefinitely …the Sensor Cover is removed and the device is already included in a system.
Yellow (Green + Red) Blinks Indefinitely …the Sensor Cover is removed and the device is not yet included in a system.
Red & Green Alternating Two Flashes (Green-Red) Within 5 Seconds …the sensor Detects the Magnet moving away or getting close (as the Door is opened or closed) and the Z-Wave signal was not received.
Flashing in alternating colors …the Door/Window Sensor is in inclusion mode. It will continue blinking and remain in inclusion mode for up to two minutes, until it is included in a system.

Table 2 - LED Behavior

Button Behavior

Action Condition Result
Open the Cover Door/Window Sensor Not Yet Included in System LED Indicator blinks yellow (red + green) until the Sensor Cover is replaced
Door/Window Sensor Already Included in System Device sends a tamper notification to its controller, and the LED Indicator blinks red until the Sensor Cover is replaced
Push CONNECT BUTTON 3 Times Door/Window Sensor Already Included in System Device sends node info to Group 1
Door/Window Sensor Already Included, and Controller is in Exclusion Mode Device is excluded from the system and removes the Home ID from its memory
Door/Window Sensor Not Yet Included in System, and Controller is in Inclusion Mode Device enters inclusion mode and includes into whichever network is also in inclusion mode
Move the Magnet and Sensor In and Out of the Closed Position 6 Times with Cover Removed Door/Window Sensor Already Included in System Device will be reset to factory settings, and a DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY command will be sent to Group 1
Any condition (as long as the device has power) The device’s memory will erase to factory default settings and any associations, configuration parameters, and other locally saved data will be lost
Press the Button Once Door/Window Sensor Is Already Included in System Device sends a wake up notification to Node 1.

Table 3 - Button Behavior

Compatible Command Classes

Command Class Notes
Device Reset Locally V1 (5A) -
Powerlevel V1 (73) -
Battery V1(80) -
Association Group Information V1 (59) -
Z-Wave Plus Info V2 (5E) Returned Value: 01 06 00 0C 06 0C 06
Z-Wave Plus Version 01
Role Type 06 (Slave Sleeping Reporting)
Node Type 00 (Z-Wave Plus Node)
Installer Icon Type 0C 06 (Access Control Alarm)
User Icon Type 0C 06 (Access Control Alarm)
Version V2 (86)
Returned Value: 03 04 21 01 11 1E 00

Z-Wave Library Type 03 (Enhanced Slave)
Protocol Version 04 21
Protocol Sub-Version 01 11
Application Version 1E
Application Sub-Version 00
Manufacturer Specific V2 (72)
Returned Value: 02 1F 00 03 02 01

Manufacturer ID 02 1F
Product Type 00 03
Product ID 02 01
Multilevel Sensor (31) The Door/Window Sensor monitors ambient temperature levels and reports this data to the main controller using the Multilevel Sensor command class if Configuration Parameter 05 is set to 01 (this is off by default.) Configuration Parameter 06 is used to “offset” the reported value (add or deduct a static number from the reported value) and Configuration Parameter 07 switches between Celsius and Fahrenheit.
Returned Value: 01 XX XX

Sensor Type 01 (tEMPERATURE)
Precision/Scale/Size (Celsius) 01 (Precision = 000; Scale = 00; Size = 001)
Precision/Scale/Size (Fahrenheit) 09 (Precision = 000; Scale = 01; Size = 001)
Sensor Data 00 ~ FF (-125 ~ 125 in Degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius)
Binary Sensor (30) If Configuration Parameter 4 is set to 01, the Door/Window Sensor sends a Binary Sensor Report when opened or closed and also when tamper events are detected. See below for the SENSOR_BINARY_REPORT parameters sent:
Sensor Type (Door Open/Close) 0A (Door/Window)
Door Open Value FF
door Closed Value 00
Sensor Type (Tamper) 08 (Tamper)
Tamper Detected Value FF
Tamper Cleared Value 00
Association V2 (85)

Group 1
Group 1 is the “Lifeline” group, which can hold five members, typically including the main Z-Wave controller. The Door/Window Sensor sends this group a Notification Report or a Binary Sensor Report when it is opened or closed (see Configuration Parameter 4.) It also sends this group a multilevel sensor report to report the temperature and a Battery Report in response to Battery Get commands.

Group 2
Group 2 supports up to 5 members and the Door/Window Sensor sends a Basic Set command to this group (or the Control Group) to directly trigger devices (like a light, chime, etc.) when the tamper switch either opens or closes. The value of the Basic Set command (e.g. brightness of the lamp) is configured using configuration parameter 08.

Group 3
Group 3 supports up to 5 members and the Door/Window Sensor sends it a NOTIFICATION_REPORT or SENSOR_BINARY_REPORT when the tamper switch either opens or closes.

Group 4
Group 4 supports up to 5 members and the Door/Window Sensor sends a Basic Set command to this group to directly trigger devices (like a light, chime, etc.) when the sensor detects the door/window opening. The value of the Basic Set command (e.g. brightness of the lamp) is configured using configuration parameter 09.

Group 5
Group 5 supports up to 5 members and the Door/Window Sensor sends it a NOTIFICATION_REPORT or SENSOR_BINARY_REPORT when the sensor detects the door/window opening.

Group 6
Group 6 supports up to 5 members and the Door/Window Sensor sends a Basic Set command to this group to directly trigger devices (like a light, chime, etc.) when the sensor detects the door/window closing. The value of the Basic Set command (e.g. brightness of the lamp) is configured using configuration parameter 0A.

Group 7
Group 7 supports up to 5 members and the Door/Window Sensor sends it a NOTIFICATION_REPORT or SENSOR_BINARY_REPORT when the sensor detects the door/window closing.

Wake Up V2 (84) The wake-up interval is set in seconds, and is 43,200 seconds (12 hours) by default. The wake-up interval can be set to any value from 300s (5 minutes) to 16,777,200s (about 190 days) in 60-second increments.
Notification V4 (71) If Configuration Parameter 4 is set to 00, the Door/Window Sensor sends a Notification Report to the main controller whenever the door is opened and closed and also when tamper events are detected. Two different Notification Types are used to achieve this.
Returned Value: 00 00 00 FF XX XX 00 00

V1 Alarm Type 00 (Unsupported)
V1 Alarm Level 00 (Unsupported)
Reserved 00 (Reserved)
Notification Status FF (Unsolicited Reporting is Enabled)
Notification Type (Door)
Notification Type (Tamper)
06 (Access Control)
07 (Home Security)
Door Open Event
Door Closed Event
Tamper Detected Event
Tamper Cleared Event
16 (Window/Door is Open)
17 (Window/Door is Closed)
03 (Tampering, Product Covering Removed)
00 (Event Inactive)
Sequence/Reserved/Event Parameters Length 00
Notification Event Parameters 00 (No Event Parameters)
Configuration V1(70) See “Configuration” Command Class Parameters”.

Table 4 - Compatible Command Classes

“Configuration” Command Class Parameters

Configuration parameters are sent using a standard syntax to ensure interoperability between all manufacturers’ products. All values are represented using the hexadecimal number system.
Typical syntax is as shown below. Note that the value sent must be the exact size, in bytes, as accepted by the setting. The “extra” spaces should be filled with zeros (see the “value” column below.)

Example Configuration Parameter: 02 02 00 0A

Param # Size Value
02
(Param #2)
02
(2 Bytes)
00 0A
(Value)

Param # Size Name Available Values Default Value
01 This parameter enables or disables the LED Indicator flashing to indicate opening and closing events. The Door/Window Sensor will always flash the LED Indicator for inclusion, exclusion, tamper, and other system events.
01 Enable/Disable LED Indicator 00 (Open/Close LED Indicator Disabled)
01 (Open/Close LED Indicator Enabled)
01
(Open/Close LED Indicator Enabled)
02 This parameter switches the Notification or Binary Sensor report sent when the door opens or closes. If this parameter is set to 01, the Door/Window Sensor will report “closed” instead of “open”when the Magnet and Sensor are pulled apart.
01 Configure Open/Close Reports Sent 00 (Reports Closed when Magnet is close)
01 (Reports Open when Magnet is close)
00
(Reports Closed when Magnet is close)
03 The Door/Window Sensor sends encrypted commands by default to all Association Groups. This Configuration Parameter allows certain groups to be sent unencrypted commands instead. Each value listed below can be combined, meaning setting this Parameter to 03 will encrypt the second and third association groups. If the main controller accepts encrypted commands, the Door/Window Sensor will automatically encrypt all commands to Group 1.
01 Turn On/Off Encryption 00 (No Group Receives Encrypted Commands)
01 (Group 2 Receives Encrypted Commands)
02 (Group 3 Receives Encrypted Commands)
04 (Group 4 Receives Encrypted Commands)
08 (Group 5 Receives Encrypted Commands)
10 (Group 6 Receives Encrypted Commands)
20 (Group 7 Receives Encrypted Commands)
3F
(All Groups Receive Encrypted Commands)
04 By default, the Door/Window Sensor uses the Notification command class to communicate open/close and tamper events. If this Parameter is set to 1, the device will instead use the Binary Sensor command class.
01 Switch Between Notification and Binary Sensor Command Classes 00 (Notification Command Class is Used)
01 (Binary Sensor Command Class is Used)
00
(Notification Command Class is Used)
05 The Door/Window Sensor can also monitor and report ambient temperature conditions. However, temperature sensing functionality is disabled by default to save battery life, and this configuration parameter is used to enable or disable this feature.
01 Enable/Disable Temperature Sensor 00 (Temperature Sensor Disabled)
01 (Temperature Sensor Enabled)
00
(Temperature Sensor Disabled)
06 This Configuration Parameter can offset the temperature value reported by ± 125 degrees to compensate for temperature variances in a room - for example, the temperature near the ceiling in a room is significantly higher than the average temperature of the same room. This Parameter accepts a signed 8-bit value with an absolute value of up to 125, and its units are Dependant on Configuration Parameter 07
01 Temperature offset 00 ~ 7D (0°~125°)
83 ~ FF (-125° ~ -1°)
00
(0° Offset)
07 The Door/Window Sensor can report temperature values in either Celsius or Fahrenheit, and this parameter allows the user to decide which unit is used.
01 Temperature Units 00 (Temperature Reported in Fahrenheit)
01 (Temperature Reported in Celsius)
00
(Temperature Reported in Fahrenheit)
08 This parameter sets the value sent by the Basic Set command to Association Group 2 (for more information, see “Association Group Info”.)
01 Basic Set Value (Group 2) 00 (0/Turn Off Device)
01 ~ 63 (0-99)
FF (-1/Turn On Device)
FF
(-1/Turn On Device)
09 This parameter sets the value sent by the Basic Set command to Association Group 4 (for more information, see “Association Group Info”.)
01 Basic Set Value (Group 4) 00 (0/Turn Off Device)
01 ~ 63 (0-99)
FF (-1/Turn On Device)
FF
(-1/Turn On Device)
0A This parameter sets the value sent by the Basic Set command to Association Group 6 (for more information, see “Association Group Info".)
01 Basic Set Value (Group 6) 00 (0/Turn Off Device)
01 ~ 63 (0-99)
FF (-1/Turn On Device)
00
(0/Turn Off Device)

Table 5 - “Configuration” Command Class Parameters

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