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Description and features

Description

FIBARO Switch 2 is designed to be installed in standard wall switch boxes or anywhere else where it is necessary to control electric devices. FIBARO Switch 2 allows to control connected devices either via the Z-Wave+ network or via a switch connected directly to it and is equipped with active power and energy consumption metering functionality.

FIBARO  Switch 2 comes in two versions:

  • Single Switch 2 (FGS-213) – can control one electric device
  • Double Switch 2 (FGS-223) – can control two electic devices

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Features

  • Compatible with any Z-Wave or Z-Wave+ Controller
  • Supports protected mode (Z-Wave network security mode) with AES-128 encryption
  • Advanced microprocessor control
  • Active power and energy metering functionality
  • Works with various types of switches – momentary, toggle
  • three-way, etc
  • To be installed in wall switch boxes of dimensions allowing for installation, conforming to provisions of applicable regulations
  • FIBARO Switch 2 is an extension unit

This device may be used with all devices certified with the Z-Wave Plus certificate and should be compatible with such devices produced by other manufacturers.

FIBARO Switch2 is a Security Enabled Z-Wave Plus product and a Security Enabled Z-Wave Controller must be used in order to fully utilize the product.

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Supported loads

The Switch 2 may operate under the following loads:
Conventional incandescent light sources,
Halogen light sources,
Electrical appliances which power consumption does not exceed the limit for a specified device.

Applied load and the Switch 2 itself may be damaged if the applied load is inconsistent with the technical specifications!

When connecting the Switch 2 act in accordance with the following rules:

  • Do not connect loads greater than those recommended!
  • Do not connect types of load other than resistive or incandescent!

Rated load current table:

Device Load type  IEC standards  UL standards
Single Switch 2
(FGS-213)
 Resistive  8A  6.5A
Single Switch 2
(FGS-213)
 Incandescent  8A  5A
Double Switch 2
(FGS-213)
 Resistive 6.5A per channel
10A overall
6A per channel
9.5A overall
Double Switch 2
(FGS-223)
 Incandescent  6.5A per channel
10A overall
 3A per channel

 

IEC certification applies in EU countries and most countries using 220-240V~. UL certification applies in United States and most countries using 100-120V~.

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Technical data

Power supply: 100-240V~ 50/60 Hz
Rated load current: Single Switch 2 (FGS-213):
IEC standards: 8A
UL standards (resistive load): 6.5A
UL standards (incandescent load): 5ADouble Switch 2 (FGS-223):
IEC standards: 6.5A per channel, 10A overall
UL standards (resistive loads): 6A per channel, 9.5A overall
UL standards (incandescent loads): 3A per channel
Operating temperature: 0-35°C
For installation in boxes: Ø ≥ 50mm, depth ≥ 60mm
Overcurrent protection: required external 10A circuit breaker
Radio protocol: Z-Wave (500 series chip)
Radio signal power: up to 1mW
Radio frequency: 868.4 or 869.8 MHz EU;
908.4, 908.42 or 916.0 MHz US;
921.4 or 919.8 MHz ANZ;
869.0 MHz RU;
Range: up to 50m outdoors
up to 40m indoors
(depending on terrain and building structure)
Comply with EU directives: R&TTE 1999/5/EC
RoHS 2011/65/EU
Dimensions (L x W x H): 42.5 x 38.25 x 20.3 mm

IEC certification applies in EU countries and most countries using 220-240V~. UL certification applies in United States and most countries using 100-120V~.

Radio frequency of individual device must be same as your Z-Wave controller. Check information on the box or consult your dealer if you are not sure.

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Installation

Installation

Connecting the device in a manner inconsistent with manual may cause risk to health, life or material damage.

When connecting the device act in accordance with the following rules:

  • Connect only in accordance with one of the diagrams,
  • Electrical installation must be protected by overcurrent protection (fuse) of with a value not higher than 10A,
  • The Switch 2 should be installed in a wall switch box compliant with a relevant national safety standards and with depth no less than 60mm,
  • Electrical switches used in installation should be compliant with the relevant safety standards,
  • Length of wires used to connect the control switch should not exceed 10m.

Notes for the diagrams:

  S1 – terminal for 1st switch (has the function of activating the learning mode)
  S2 – terminal for 2nd switch
  L – terminal for live lead
  Q/Q1 – output terminal of the 1st channel
  Q2 – output terminal of the 2nd channel (only Double Switch 2)
  N – terminal for neutral lead
  B – service button (used to add/remove the device and navigate the menu)

Installation of the device:

  1. Switch off the mains voltage (disable the fuse).
  2. Open the wall switch box.
  3. Connect with one of the diagrams below for appropriate device.
  4. After verifying correctness of the connection switch on the mains voltage.
  5. Add the device to the Z-Wave network.
  6. Turn off the mains voltage, then arrange the device and its antenna in a wall switch box.
  7. Close the wall switch box and turn on the mains voltage.

Switch connected to the S1 terminal is a master switch. It activates the basic functionality of the device (turning the first load on/off) and activates the learning mode (adding/removing). The switch connected to the S2 terminal turns on/of the second load in Double Switch 2, but is optional in Single Switch 2 and pushing it will not affect the status of the device.

After switching on the mains voltage LED indicator will signal Z-Wave network inclusion state with a colour:
GREEN - device added
RED - device not added

Wiring diagrams:

sswitch2_diagrams

Wiring diagrams – Single Switch 2

dswitch2_diagrams

Wiring diagrams – Double Switch 2

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Video tutorials

FIBARO Single Switch 2 – 3-wire connection with single switch:

 

FIBARO Single Switch 2 – electric socket connection:

 

FIBARO Double Switch 2 – connection with double switch:

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Arranging the antenna

  • Locate the antenna as far from metal elements as possible (connecting wires, bracket rings, etc.) in order to prevent interferences.
  • Metal surfaces in the direct vicinity of the antenna (e.g. flush mounted metal boxes, metal door frames) may impair signal reception!
  • Do not cut or shorten the antenna – its length is perfectly matched to the band in which the system operates.

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Z-Wave network

Adding to the network

Adding (Inclusion) – Z-Wave device learning mode, allowing to add the device to existing Z-Wave network.

To add the device to the Z-Wave network:

  1. Place the Switch 2 within the direct range of your Z-Wave controller.
  2. Identify the S1 switch.
  3. Set the main controller in (security/non-security) add mode (see the controller’s manual).
  4. Quickly, three times press the S1 switch.
  5. Wait for the adding process to end.
  6. Successful adding will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.

In case of problems with adding/removing using S1 switch, use B-button instead (located on the housing)

While adding the Switch 2 to the network with connected toggle switch, ensure that switch contact is open (off). Otherwise it will prevent adding/removing the device to/from the network.

Adding in security mode must be performed up to 2 meters from the controller.

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Removing from the network

Removing (Exclusion) – Z-Wave device learning mode, allowing to remove the device from existing Z-Wave network.

Removing the device from the Z-Wave network restores all the default parameters of the device.

To remove the device from the Z-Wave network:

  1. Place the Switch 2 within the direct range of your Z-Wave controller.
  2. Identify the S1 switch.
  3. Set the main controller in remove mode (see the controller’s manual).
  4. Quickly, three times press the S1 switch.
  5. Wait for the removing process to end.
  6. Successful removing will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.

In case of problems with adding/removing using S1 switch, use B-button instead (located on the housing)

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Range test

The Switch 2 has a built in Z-Wave network main controller’s range tester.

To make Z-Wave range test possible, the device must be added to the Z-Wave controller. Testing may stress the network, so it is recommended to perform the test only in special cases.

Follow the below instructions to test the main controller’s range:

  1. Switch off the mains voltage (disable the fuse).
  2. Remove the Switch 2 from the wall switch box.
  3. Switch on the mains voltage.
  4. Press and hold the B-button to enter the menu.
  5. Wait for the visual LED indicator to glow violet.
  6. Quickly release and click the B-button again.
  7. Visual indicator will indicate the Z-Wave network’s range (range signalling modes described below).
  8. To exit Z-Wave range test, click the B-button.

Z-Wave range tester signalling modes:

  • Visual indicator pulsing green – the Switch 2 attempts to establish a direct communication with the main controller. If a direct communication attempt fails, the device will try to establish a routed communication, through other modules, which will be signalled by visual indicator pulsing yellow.
  • Visual indicator glowing green – the Switch 2 communicates with the main controller directly.
  • Visual indicator pulsing yellow – the Switch 2 tries to establish a routed communication with the main controller through other modules (repeaters).
  • Visual indicator glowing yellow – the Switch 2 communicates with the main controller through the other modules. After 2 seconds the device will retry to establish a direct communication with the main controller, which will be signalled with visual indicator pulsing green.
  • Visual indicator pulsing violet – the Switch 2 does communicate at the maximum distance of the Z-Wave network. If connection proves successful it will be confirmed with a yellow glow. It’s not recommended to use the device at the range limit.
  • Visual indicator glowing red – the Switch 2 is not able to connect to the main controller directly or through another Z-Wave network device (repeater).

Communication mode of the device may switch between direct and one using routing, especially if the device is on the limit of the direct range.

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Operating the device

Operating using connected switch

Operating the Switch 2 using a momentary switch and parameter 20 set to 0:

  • 1x click:
    Change the state of the connected load to the opposite one (S1 switches 1st channel, S2 switches 2nd channel),
    Change the state of 2nd, 3rd (S1 switch), 4th and 5th (S2 switch) association group to the opposite one.
  • 2x click:
    Set maximum level of devices associated in 2nd, 3rd (S1 switch), 4th and 5th (S2 switch) group.
  • Hold:
    Start smooth control of devices associated in 3rd (S1 switch) and 5th (S2 switch) group.
  • Release:
    Stop smooth control of devices associated in 3rd (S1 switch) and 5th (S2 switch) group.

Operating the Switch 2 using a toggle switch and parameter 20 set to 1:

  • Close switch contact:
    Turn ON the connected load (S1 switches 1st channel, S2 switches 2nd channel),
    Turn ON devices associated in 2nd, 3rd (S1 switch), 4th and 5th (S2 switch) group.
  • Open switch contact:
    Turn OFF the connected load (S1switches 1st channel, S2switches 2nd channel).
    Turn OFF devices associated in 2nd, 3rd (S1 switch), 4th and 5th (S2 switch) group.

Operating the Switch 2 using a toggle switch and parameter 20 set to 2:

  • Change switch position once:
    Change the state of the connected load to the opposite one (S1 switches 1st channel, S2 switches 2nd channel),
    Change the state of 2nd, 3rd (S1 switch), 4th and 5th (S2 switch) association group to the opposite one.
  • Change switch position twice:
    Set maximum level of devices associated in 2nd, 3rd (S1 switch), 4th and 5th (S2 switch) group.

Momentary switch:
After releasing the switch a spring automatically pushes back and disconnects the switch)

Toggle switch:
Operates as a two-position switch, it has no spring that would set one position of the switch.

Toggle switch and parameter 20 set to 1:
State of the device is synchronized with state of the external toggle switches.

Toggle switch and parameter 20 set to 2:
State of the device is reversed with every change in state of the external toggle switch.

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Operating using the B-button

The Switch 2 is equipped with a B-button, which allows to use the menu and perform the following actions:

  • 1x click:
    Cancel alarm mode (flashing alarm).
    Select desired menu position (if menu is active).
    Exit range test.
    Turn 1st channel ON/OFF.
  • 3x click:
    Send the Node Info Z-Wave command frame (adding/removing).
  • Hold:
    Enter the menu (confirmed by the LED indicator).

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Menu

Menu allows to perform Z-Wave network actions. In order to use the menu:

  1. Switch off the mains voltage (disable the fuse).
  2. Remove the Switch 2 from the wall switch box.
  3. Switch on the mains voltage.
  4. Press and hold the B-button to enter the menu.
  5. Wait for the LED to indicate the desired menu position with colour:
    • GREEN – reset energy consumption memory
    • VIOLET – start range test
    • YELLOW – reset the device
  6. Quickly release and click the B-button again.

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Reset

Reset procedure allows to restore the device back to its factory settings, which means all information about the Z-Wave controller and user configuration will be deleted.

Resetting the device is not the recommended way of removing the device from the Z-Wave network. Use reset procedure only if the primary controller is missing or inoperable. Certain device removal can be achieved by the procedure of removing.

Resetting the device:

  1. Switch off the mains voltage (disable the fuse).
  2. Remove the Switch 2 from the wall switch box.
  3. Switch on the mains voltage.
  4. Press and hold the B-button to enter the menu.
  5. Wait for the visual LED indicator to glow yellow.
  6. Quickly release and click the B-button again.
  7. After few seconds the device will be restarted, which is signalled with the red LED indicator colour.

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Additional features

Power and energy consumption

The Switch 2 allows for the active power and energy consumption monitoring. Data is sent to the main Z-Wave controller, e.g. Home Center.

Measuring is carried out by the most advanced micro-controller technology, assuring maximum accuracy and precision (+/- 1% for loads greater than 5W).

Electric active power – power that energy receiver is changing into a work or a heat. The unit of active power is Watt [W].

Electric energy – energy consumed by a device through a time period. Consumers of electricity in households are billed by suppliers on the basis of active power used in given unit of time. Most commonly measured in kilowatt-hour [kWh]. One kilowatt-hour is equal to one kilowatt of power consumed over period of one hour, 1kWh = 1000Wh.

The Switch 2 require the power consumption of connected load equal to 5W or greater to correctly measure the power and energy.

Power measurement can contain mains voltage fluctuations within +/- 10%.

The Switch 2 stores periodically (every hour) the consumption data in the device memory. Disconnecting the module from the power supply will not erase stored energy consumption data.


Resetting consumption memory:
The Switch 2 allows to erase stored consumption data in three ways:

  • Using functionality of a Z-Wave controller (see the controller’s manual).
  • Manually clearing the data using the following procedure:
    1. Switch off the mains voltage (disable the fuse).
    2. Remove the Switch 2 from the wall switch box.
    3. Switch on the mains voltage.
    4. Press and hold the B-button to enter the menu.
    5. Wait for the visual LED indicator to glow green.
    6. Quickly release and click the B-button again.
    7. Energy consumption memory will be erased.
  • By resetting the device.

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Overheat and overcurrent protection

The Switch 2 after detecting overheat or overcurrent will:

  • switch off its relay/relays,
  • send information about switching off the relay/relays to the controller,
  • send Notification Report to the controller (Heat Alarm for overheat, Power Management for overcurrent).

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Configuration

Associations

Association (linking devices) – direct control of other devices within the Z-Wave system network e.g. Dimmer, Relay Switch, Wall Plug, Roller Shutter or scene (may be controlled only through a Z-Wave controller).

Association ensures direct transfer of control commands between devices, is performed without participation of the main controller and requires associated device to be in the direct range.

The Switch 2 provides the association of five groups:

1st association group – “Lifeline” reports the device status and allows for assigning single device only (main controller by default).
2nd association group – “On/Off (S1)” is assigned to switch connected to the S1 terminal (uses Basic command class).
3rd association group – “Dimmer (S1)” is assigned to switch connected to the S1 terminal (uses Switch Multilevel command class).
4th association group – “On/Off (S2)” is assigned to switch connected to the S2 terminal (uses Basic command class).
5th association group – “Dimmer (S2)” is assigned to switch connected to the S2 terminal (uses Switch Multilevel command class).

The Switch 2 in 2nd to 5th group allows to control 5 regular or multichannel devices per an association group. “LifeLine” group is reserved solely for the controller and hence only 1 node can be assigned.

It is not recommended to associate more than 10 devices in general, as the response time to control commands depends on the number of associated devices. In extreme cases, system response may be delayed.

To add an association (using the Home Center controller):

  1. Go to device options by clicking the icon: klucz_grey_kolko
  2. Select the „Advanced” tab.
  3. Click the “Setting Association” button.
  4. Specify to which group and what devices are to be associated.
  5. Save the changes.
  6. Wait for the configuration process to end.

Any new association order given while any association commands are already being sent to devices, cancels previous one.

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Advanced parameters

The Switch 2 allows to customize its operation to user’s needs. The settings are available in the FIBARO interface as simple options that may be chosen by selecting the appropriate box.
In order to configure the Switch 2 (using the Home Center controller):

  1. Go to the device options by clicking the icon: klucz_grey_kolko
  2. Select the „Advanced” tab.
  3. Modify values of chosen parameters.
  4. Save the changes.

This parameter determines if the device will return to state prior to the power failure after power is restored.

Available settings:
0 – the device does not save the state prior to the power failure and returns to „off” position
1 – the device restores its state prior to the power failure
Default setting: 1
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter allows to choose operating for the 1st channel controlled by the S1 switch.

Available settings:
0 – standard operation
1 – delay ON
2 – delay OFF
3 – auto ON
4 – auto OFF
5 – flashing mode
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

When parameter 10 value is set to 5, then parameter 11 value must be set to 0.

This parameter determines how the device in timed mode reacts to pushing the switch connected to the S1 terminal.

Available settings:
0 – cancel mode and set target state
1 – no reaction to switch – mode runs until it ends
2 – reset timer – start counting from the beginning
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter allows to set time parameter used in timed modes.

Available settings:
0 (0.1s), 1-32000 (1-32000s, 1s step) – time parameter
Default setting: 50 (50s)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter allows to set time of switching to opposite state in flashing mode.

Available settings:
1-32000 (0.1-3200.0s, 0.1s step) – time parameter
Default setting: 5 (0.5s)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter allows to choose operating for the 1st channel controlled by the S2 switch.

Available settings:
0 – standard operation
1 – delay ON
2 – delay OFF
3 – auto ON
4 – auto OFF
5 – flashing mode
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [bytes]

When parameter 15 value is set to 5, then parameter 16 value must be set to 0.

This parameter determines how the device in timed mode reacts to pushing the switch connected to the S2 terminal.

Available settings:
0 – cancel mode and set target state
1 – no reaction to switch – mode runs until it ends
2 – reset timer – start counting from the beginning
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter allows to set time parameter used in timed modes.

Available settings:
0 (0.1s), 1-32000 (1-32000s, 1s step) – time parameter
Default setting: 50 (50s)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter allows to set time of switching to opposite state in flashing mode.

Available settings:
1-32000 (0.1-3200.0s, 0.1s step) – time parameter
Default setting: 5 (0.5s)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter defines as what type the device should treat the switch connected to the S1 and S2 terminals.

Available settings:
0 – momentary switch
1 – toggle switch (contact closed – ON, contact opened – OFF)
2 – toggle switch (device changes status when switch changes status)
Default setting: 2
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter allows to define if the device sends reports during the flashing mode.

Available settings:
0 – the device does not send reports
1 – the device sends reports
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter defines how commands are sent in specified association groups: as secure or non-secure. Parameter is active only in Z-Wave network security mode. This parameter does not apply to 1st „Lifeline” group.

Available settings:
1 – 2nd group sent as secure
2 – 3rd group sent as secure
4 – 4th group sent as secure
8 – 5th group sent as secure
Default setting: 15 (all)
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

Parameter 27 values may be combined, e.g. 1+2=3 means that 2nd & 3rd groups are sent as secure.

This parameter determines which actions result in sending scene IDs assigned to them.

Available settings:
1 – Key pressed 1 time
2 – Key pressed 2 times
4 – Key pressed 3 times
8 – Key Hold Down and Key Released
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

Parameter 28 values may be combined, e.g. 1+2=3 means that scenes for single and double click are sent.

This parameter determines which actions result in sending scene IDs assigned to them.

Available settings:
1 – Key pressed 1 time
2 – Key pressed 2 times
4 – Key pressed 3 times
8 – Key Hold Down and Key Released
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

Parameter 29 values may be combined, e.g. 1+2=3 means that scenes for single and double click are sent.

This parameter determines which actions are ignored when sending commands to devices associated in 2nd and 3rd association group. All actions are active by default.

Available settings:
1 – ignore turning ON with 1 click of the switch
2 – ignore turning OFF with 1 click of the switch
4 – ignore holding and releasing the switch*
8 – ignore double click of the switch**
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

Parameter 30 values may be combined, e.g. 1+2=3 means that associations for turning ON and OFF are not sent.

*Hold and release is inactive when parameter 20 is set to 1 or 2.
**Double click is inactive when parameter 20 is set to 1.

Setting parameters 31-33, 36-38 to appropriate value should result in:

0 - turning off associated devices
1-99 - forcing level of associated devices
255 - setting associated devices to the last remembered state or turning them on

This parameter defines value sent with Switch ON command to devices associated in 2nd and 3rd association group.

Available settings: 0-255 – sent value
Default setting: 255
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter defines value sent with Switch OFF command to devices associated in 2nd and 3rd association group.

Available settings: 0-255 – sent value
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter defines value sent with Double Click command to devices associated in 2nd and 3rd association group.

Available settings: 0-255 – sent value
Default setting: 99
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter determines which actions result in sending commands to devices associated in 4th and 5th association group. All actions are active by default.

Available settings:
1 – ignore turning on with 1 click of the switch
2 – ignore turning off with 1 click of the switch
4 – ignore holding and releasing the switch*
8 – ignore double click of the switch**
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

Parameter 35 values may be combined, e.g. 1+2=3 means that associations for turning ON and OFF are not sent.

*Hold and release is inactive when parameter 20 is set to 1 or 2.
**Double click is inactive when parameter 20 is set to 1.

This parameter defines value sent with Switch ON command to devices associated in 4th and 5th association group.

Available settings: 0-255 – sent value
Default setting: 255
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter defines value sent with Switch OFF command to devices associated in 4th and 5th association group.

Available settings: 0-255 – sent value
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter defines value sent with Double Click command to devices associated in 4th and 5th association group.

Available settings: 0-255 – sent value
Default setting: 99
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter determines how the device will react to General Alarm frame.

Available settings:
0 – alarm frame is ignored
1 – turn ON after receiving the alarm frame
2 – turn OFF after receiving the alarm frame
3 – flash after receiving the alarm frame
Default setting: 3
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter determines how the device will react to Flood Alarm frame.

Available settings:
0 – alarm frame is ignored
1 – turn ON after receiving the alarm frame
2 – turn OFF after receiving the alarm frame
3 – flash after receiving the alarm frame
Default setting: 2
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter determines how the device will react to CO, CO2 or Smoke frame.

Available settings:
0 – alarm frame is ignored
1 – turn ON after receiving the alarm frame
2 – turn OFF after receiving the alarm frame
3 – flash after receiving the alarm frame
Default setting: 3
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter determines how the device will react to Heat Alarm frame.

Available settings:
0 – alarm frame is ignored
1 – turn ON after receiving the alarm frame
2 – turn OFF after receiving the alarm frame
3 – flash after receiving the alarm frame
Default setting: 1
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter allows to set duration of flashing alarm mode.

Available settings: 1-32000 (1-32000s, 1s step) – duration
Default setting: 600 (10min)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter determines the minimum change in consumed power that will result in sending new power report to the main controller.

Available settings:
0 – reports are disabled
1-100 (1-100%) – change in power
Default setting: 20 (20%)
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter determines minimum time that has to elapse before sending new power report to the main controller.

Available settings:
0 – reports are disabled
1-120 (1-120s) – report interval
Default setting: 10 (10s)
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter determines the minimum change in consumed energy that will result in sending new energy report to the main controller.

Available settings:
0 – reports are disabled
1-32000 (0.01 – 320 kWh) – change in energy
Default setting: 100 (1kWh)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter determines the minimum change in consumed power that will result in sending new power report to the main controller.

Available settings:
0 – reports are disabled
1-100 (1-100%) – change in power
Default setting: 20 (20%)
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter determines minimum time that has to elapse before sending new power report to the main controller.

Available settings:
0 – periodic reports are disabled
1-120 (1-120s) – report interval
Default setting: 10 (10s)
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter determines the minimum change in consumed energy that will result in sending new energy report to the main controller.

Available settings:
0 – reports are disabled
1-32000 (0.01 – 320 kWh) – change in energy
Default setting: 100 (1kWh)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter determines in what time interval the periodic power reports are sent to the main controller.

Available settings:
0 – periodic reports are disabled
1-32000 (1-32000s) – report interval
Default setting: 3600 (1h)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter determines in what time interval the periodic energy reports are sent to the main controller.

Available settings:
0 – periodic reports are disabled
1-32000 (1-32000s) – report interval
Default setting: 3600 (1h)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter determines whether energy metering should include the amount of energy consumed by the device itself. Results are being added to energy reports for first endpoint.

Available settings:
0 – function inactive
1 – function active
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

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