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Description and features

Description

FIBARO ROLLER SHUTTER 4 is designed to control roller blinds, awnings, venetian blinds, curtains and pergolas.

FIBARO ROLLER SHUTTER 4 enables precise positioning of roller blinds or venetian blind slats. The device is equipped with energy monitoring. It enables you to control connected devices either through the Z-Wave® network or through a switch connected directly to it.

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Main features

Can be used with:
» roller blinds
» venetian blinds
» pergolas
» curtains
» awnings
» blind motors with electronic or mechanical limit switches.

  • Has an active energy metering
  • Supports the Z-Wave® network security modes: S0 with AES-128 encryption and S2 Authenticated mode with PRNG-based encryption
  • Works as a Z-Wave® signal repeater (all non-battery operated devices within the network act as repeaters to increase reliability of the network)
  • Can be used with all devices certified with the Z-Wave Plus® certificate and is compatible with such devices produced by other manufacturers.
  • Works with different types of switches. For the comfort of use, it’s recommended to use switches dedicated to the roller shutter operation (monostable, roller shutter switches).

The device is a Security Enabled Z-Wave Plus® product and a Security Enabled Z-Wave® Controller needs to be used to fully utilize the product.

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Important safety information

Read this manual before attempting to install the device!

! Failure to observe recommendations included in this manual can be dangerous or cause a violation of the law. The manufacturer, Nice-Polska Sp. z o.o. will not be held responsible for any loss or damage resulting from not following the instructions of operating manual.

Danger of electrocution!

!! The device is designed to operate in electrical home installation. Faulty connection or use can result in a fire or electric shock.

!!!  All works on the device can be performed only by a qualified and licensed electrician. Observe national regulations.

!! Even when the device is turned off, voltage can be present at its terminals. Any maintenance introducing changes into the configuration of connections or the load always needs to be performed with a disabled fuse.

!! To avoid risk of electrical shock, don’t operate the device with wet or moist hands.

Don’t modify!

! Don’t modify this device in any way not included in this manual.

Other devices
! The manufacturer, Nice-Polska Sp. z o.o. will not be held responsible for any damage or loss of warranty privileges for other connected devices if the connection isn’t compliant with their manuals.

This product is intended for indoor use only in dry locations.

! Don’t use in damp or wet locations, near a bathtub, sink, shower, swimming pool, or anywhere else where water or moisture are present.

Caution!

! It isn’t recommended to operate all of the roller blinds simultaneously. For safety reasons, at least one roller blind should be controlled independently, providing safe escape route in case of emergency.

Not a toy!
! This product isn’t a toy. Keep away from children and animals!

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Specifications

Power supply 100 – 240V~ 50/60 Hz
Rated load current 2A for motors with compensated power factor (inductive loads)
Compatible load types   single-phase AC motors
Required limit switches electronic or mechanic
Recommended external
overcurrent protection
10A type B circuit breaker (EU)
13A type B circuit breaker (Sweden)
For installation in boxes Ø = 60mm, depth ≥ 60mm
Recommended wires cross-section area between 0.75 – 1.5 mm2
stripped 8 – 9 mm of insulation
Operating temperature 0 – 35°C
Ambient humidity 10 – 95% RH without condensation
Radio protocol Z-Wave (800 series chip)
Radio frequency band EU: 868.4 MHz, 869.85 MHz
AH: 919.8 MHz, 921.4 MHz
Max. transmitting power +6dBm
Range up to 100m outdoors
up to 30m indoors
(depending on terrain and building structure)
Dimensions (Height x Width x Depth) 46 x 36 x 19.9 mm
Compliance with EU directives RoHS 2011/65/EU
RED 2014/53/EU

 

i Radio frequency of an individual device needs to be the same as your Z-Wave controller. Check information on the box or consult your dealer if you aren’t sure.

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Installation

Installation

Before installation

!!

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

  • Don’t power the device before fully assembling it in the mounting box.
  • Connect only in accordance with one of the diagrams.
  • Install only in flush mounting boxes compliant with a relevant national safety standards and with depth no less than 60 mm.
  • Don’t connect devices which aren’t compliant with the specification or relevant safety standards.
  • Don’t connect heating devices.
  • Don’t connect SELV or PELV circuits.
  • Make sure electrical switches used in installation are compliant with the relevant safety standards.
  • Make sure length of wires used to connect the control switch shouldn’t exceed 20 m.
  • Connect roller blind motors with electronic or mechanical limit switches only.

Notes for the diagrams:

O1 – the 1st output terminal for the shutter motor
O2 – the 2nd output terminal for the shutter motor
S1 – terminal for the 1st switch (used to add/remove the device)
S2 – terminal for the 2 nd switch (used to add/remove the device)
N – terminals for the neutral lead (connected internally)
L – terminals for the live lead (connected internally)
PROG – service button (used to add/remove the device and navigate the menu)

 

Proper wiring and wire removal guidelines
!! Place wires ONLY into the terminal slot(s) of the device. To remove any wires, press the release button, located over the slot(s).

 

Installation

  1. Switch off the mains voltage (disable the fuse).
  2. Open the wall switch box.
  3. Connect following the diagram on the right:
  4. Verify if the device is connected correctly.
  5. Arrange the device in a wall switch box.
  6. Close the wall switch box.
  7. Switch on the mains voltage.

 

i To connect external wall switch(es) use supplied jumper wires if necessary.

i If you are using Yubii Home App, you don’t have to concern about connecting the directions correctly.
You can change the directions in the the wizard and device settings in the mobile App.

 

! The supplied jumper wires can only be used to connect wall switches. Use an appropriate installation cable to conduct the load current of the device. Other components of the installation (bridging) also needs to be connected with an appropriate installation cable. If necessary, use a suitable electrical wires connector.

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Adding to and removing from the Z-Wave network

Adding to the Z-Wave network

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

 

Adding the device manually to the Z-Wave network

  1. Power the device. If the device isn’t added to the Z-Wave network, the device LED indicator glows red.
  2. Set the main controller in the Security/non-Security add mode (for more information, see the controller manual).
  3. Quickly, click the PROG button on the device three times. Alternatively, click S1 or S2 three times.
  4. If you’re adding the device in the Security S2 Authenticated mode, input the PIN Code, which is labelled on the device. The PIN Code is also an underlined part of the device specific key (DSK) labelled at the bottom of the box.
  5. Wait for the LED indicator to blink yellow.
  6. Successful adding is confirmed by the Z-Wave controller message and the device LED indicator:
    Green – successful (non-secure, S0, S2 non-authenticated)
    Magenta – successful (Security S2 Authenticated)
    Red – not successful

 

Adding the device to the Z-Wave network using SmartStart

SmartStart solution enables products to be added into the Z-Wave network by scanning the Z-Wave QR Code present on the product with a controller providing SmartStart inclusion. A SmartStart product is added automatically within 10 minutes of being switched on in the network range.

i To use SmartStart your controller needs to support Security S2 mode (for more information, see the controller manual).

  1. Enter the full DSK string code to your controller. If your controller is capable of QR scanning, scan the QR code placed on the label.
  2. Power the device (turn on the mains voltage).
  3. The LED indicator starts blinking yellow, wait for the adding process to end.
  4. Successful adding is confirmed by the Z-Wave controller message and the device LED indicator:
    Green – successful (non-secure, S0, S2 non-authenticated)
    Magenta – successful (Security S2 Authenticated)
    Red – not successful

i In case of problems with adding the device, please reset the device and repeat the adding procedure.

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Removing from the Z-Wave network

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

 

  1. Make sure the device is powered.
  2. Set the main controller in the remove mode (for more information, see the controller manual).
  3. Quickly, click the PROG button three times. Alternatively, click S1 or S2 three times within 10 minutes of powering up the device.
  4. Wait for the removing process to end.
  5. Successful removing is confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message. The LED indicator glows red.

i Removing the device from the Z-Wave network doesn’t cause factory reset.

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Calibration

Calibration

Calibration is a process during which the device learns the position of the limit switches and a motor characteristic.

Calibration is mandatory for the device to correctly recognize a roller blind position.

The procedure consists of a full automatic movement, between the limit switches (a couple of up/down movements).

 

Automatic calibration using the menu

  1. Press and hold the PROG button to enter the menu.
  2. Release button when the device glows blue (the 1st position).
  3. Quickly click the button to confirm.
  4. The device performs the calibration process, completing a full cycle – a couple of up and down movements. During the calibration the LED blinks blue.
  5. If the calibration is successful, the LED indicator glows green. If the calibration fails, the LED indicator glows red.
  6. Test whether the positioning works correctly.

 

Automatic calibration using the parameter

  1. Set parameter 150 to 3.
  2. The device performs the calibration process, completing a full cycle – a couple of up and down movements. During the calibration the LED indicator blinks blue.
  3. If the calibration is successful, the LED indicator glows green. If the calibration fails, the LED indicator glows red.
  4. Test whether the positioning works correctly.

i If you use Yubii Home App, you can perform calibration from the wizard or from the device settings.

i You can stop the calibration process at any moment by clicking the PROG button or external keys.

i If the calibration fails, you can manually set times of up and down movements (parameters 156 and 157).

 

Manual positioning of slats in venetian blinds mode

  1. Set parameter 151 to 2 (0-90°) or 3 (0-180°), depending on the rotation capability of the slats.
  2. By default, parameter 152 is set to 150, which means that time of transition between the extreme positions is equal to 1.5 seconds.
  3. Turn slats between the extreme positions by holding or button:
    • If after a full cycle a blind starts moving up or down – decrease the value of parameter 152.
    • If after a full cycle the slats don’t reach end positions – increase the value of parameter 152.
  4. Repeat the previous step until a satisfactory positioning is achieved.
  5. Test whether the positioning works correctly. Correctly configured slats shouldn’t force the blinds to move up or down.

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Operating the device

Operating the device

The device enables connecting switch to the S1 and S2 terminals. These can be monostable or bistable switches.
Switch buttons are responsible for managing the blind movement.

 – Switch connected to the S1 terminal
 – Switch connected to the S2 terminal

 

General tips:

  • You can perform/stop movement or change direction using switch(es).
  • If you set flowerpot protection option the down movement action is performed only to a defined level.
  • If you control only a venetian blind position (not slats rotation) the slats return to their previous position (in aperture level 0-95%).

 

Available parameters:

Monostable switches – hold to move

Example of the switch design:

Parameter Devices Available setting Description
Parameter 20 – Switch type Roller blind, awning, pergola, curtain, venetian blind 0 – Monostable switches – hold to move This parameter determines which mode S1 or S2 inputs operate with.
Parameter 151 – Operating mode Roller blind, awning, pergola, curtain 0
  • 1 × click the switch – initiate up movement to the limit position
  • Next click – stop
  • 1 × click the switch – Initiate down movement to the limit position
  • 2 × click the or switch – Favorite position
  • Hold the – Up movement until release
  • Hold the – Down movement until release
Venetian blind 1 – up to 90°
2 – up to 180°

Favorite position – available

 

Monostable switches – hold to move

Example of the switch design:

Parameter Devices Available setting Description
Parameter 20 – Switch type Roller blind, awning, pergola, curtain, venetian blind 1 – Monostable switches – hold to move This parameter determines which mode S1 or S2 inputs operate with.
Parameter 151 – Operating mode Roller blind, awning, pergola, curtain 0
  • 1 × click the switch – 10% up movement
  • 1 × click the switch – 10% down movement
  • 2 × click the or switch – Favorite position
  • Hold the – Up movement until release
  • Hold the – Down movement until release
Venetian blind 1 – up to 90°
2 – up to 180°
  • 1 × click the switch – -Slats rotate up by the predefined step
  • 1 × click the switch – Slats rotates down by the predefined step
  • 2 × click the or switch – Favorite position
  • Hold the – Up movement until release
  • Hold the – Down movement until release

Favorite position – available

If you hold down the switch longer than slats movement time + additional 4 seconds
(default 1.5s+4s =5.5s) the device goes to the limit position.
In that case releasing the switch does nothing.

 

Single monostable switch

Example of the switch design:

Parameter Devices Available setting Description
Parameter 20 – Switch type Roller blind, awning, pergola, curtain, venetian blind 2 – Single monostable switch This parameter determines which mode S1 or S2 inputs operate with.
Parameter 151 – Operating mode Roller blind, awning, pergola, curtain 0
  • 1 × click – Initiate movement to the limit position
  • Next click – stop
  • One more click – Initiate movement to the opposite limit position
  • 2 × click – Favorite position
  • Hold – Initiate movement until release
Venetian blind 1 – up to 90°
2 – up to 180°
  • 1×click – Initiate movement to the limit position
  • Next click – stop
  • One more click – Initiate movement to the opposite limit position
  • Next click – stop

Favorite position – available

Bistabile switches

Example of the switch design:

Parameter Devices Available setting Description
Parameter 20 – Switch type Roller blind, awning, pergola, curtain, venetian blind 3 – Bistable switches This parameter determines which mode S1 or S2 inputs operate with.
Parameter 151 – Operating mode Roller blind, awning, pergola, curtain 0
  • 1 x click (circuit closed) – Initiate movement to the limit position
  • Next click on the same switch (circuit opened) – stop
Venetian blind 1 – up to 90°
2 – up to 180°

Favorite position – unavailable

 

Single bistabile switches

Example of the switch design:

Parameter Devices Available setting Description
Parameter 20 – Switch type Roller blind, awning, pergola, curtain, venetian blind 4 – Single bistable switch This parameter determines which mode S1 or S2 inputs operate with.
Parameter 151 – Operating mode Roller blind, awning, pergola, curtain 0
  • 1 x click (circuit closed) – Initiate movement to the limit position
  • Next click on the same switch (circuit opened) – stop
Venetian blind 1 – up to 90°
2 – up to 180°
  • 1×click – Initiate movement to the limit position
  • Next click – stop
  • One more click – Initiate movement to the opposite limit position
  • Next click – stop

Favorite position – unavailable

 

Three-state switch

Example of the switch design:

Parameter Devices Available setting Description
Parameter 20 – Switch type Roller blind, awning, pergola, curtain, venetian blind 5 – Three-state switch This parameter determines which mode S1 or S2 inputs operate with.
Parameter 151 – Operating mode Roller blind, awning, pergola, curtain 0 1×click – Initiate movement to the limit position in the selected direction until the switch selects the stop command
Venetian blind 1 – up to 90°
2 – up to 180°

Favorite position – unavailable

Favorite position
Your device has a built-in mechanism for setting favorite positions.You can activate it by double-clicking on the monostable switch(es) connected to the device or from the mobile interface (mobile App).

Favorite roller blind position
You can define the favorite position of the blinds. It can be set with parameter 159. The default value is set to 50%.

Favorite slats position
You can define the favorite position of the slats angle. It can be set with parameter 160. The default value is set to 50%.
Pot protection
Your device has a built-in mechanism to protect, for example, flowers on the windowsill.

This is the so-called virtual limit switch.
You can set its value with parameter 158.
The default value is 0 – meaning that the roller blind moves between the maximum end positions.

LED indicators
The built-in LED shows the current status of the device. When the device is powered:
Green – Device added to the Z-Wave network (non-secure, S0, S2 not
Authenticated)
Magenta – Device added to the Z-Wave network (Security S2 Authenticated)
Red – Device not added to the Z-Wave network
Blinking cyan – Update in progress

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Menu

Menu

Menu enables to perform the Z-Wave network actions.

To use the menu:

  1. Switch off the mains voltage (disable the fuse).
  2. Remove the device from the wall switch box.
  3. Switch on the mains voltage.
  4. Press and hold the PROG button to enter the menu.
  5. Wait for the LED to indicate the desired menu position with color:
    BLUE – autocalibration
    YELLOW – factory reset
  6. Quickly release and click the PROG button again.
  7. After clicking the PROG button, the LED indicator confirms the menu position by blinking.

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Resetting the device to factory defaults

Resetting the device to factory defaults

The reset procedure enables you to restore the device back to its factory settings, which means all information about the Z-Wave controller and a user’s configuration is deleted.

Please use this procedure only when the network primary controller is missing or otherwise inoperable.

  1. Switch off the mains voltage (disable the fuse).
  2. Remove the device from the wall switch box.
  3. Switch on the mains voltage.
  4. Press and hold the PROG button to enter the menu.
  5. Wait for the LED indicator to glow yellow.
  6. Quickly release and click the PROG button again.
  7. During the factory reset, the LED indicator blinks yellow.
  8. After a few seconds the device is restarted, which is signalled with the red color of the LED indicator.

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Energy metering

Energy metering

The device enables the energy consumption monitoring. Data is sent to the main Z-Wave controller.

Measuring is carried out by the most advanced micro-controller technology, assuring maximum accuracy and precision (+/- 5% for loads greater than 10 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.

 
Resetting consumption memory:

The consumption memory reset can be initiated through the BUI.

The consumption memory reset is also carried out, during the reset to factory defaults procedure.

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Configuration

Configuration

Associations

Association (linking devices) – direct control of other devices within the Z-Wave system network.

Associations enable:

  • reporting the device status to the Z-Wave controller (using the Lifeline group).
  • creating simple automations by controlling other devices without participation of the main controller (using groups assigned to actions on the device).

 
Commands send to the 2nd association group reflect button operation according to the device configuration, e.g. starting the blinds movement using the button sends frame responsible for the same action.

The device provides the association of 2 groups:

The 1st association group – “Lifeline” reports the device status and allows for assigning a single device only (main controller by default).

The 2nd association group – “Window Covering” is intended for curtains or blinds allowing the user to control the amount of light going through windows.

The device enables to control five regular or multichannel devices per an association group, with the exception of the Lifeline group which is reserved solely for the controller and hence only 1 node can be assigned.

To add an association:

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Go to Devices.
  3. Select the relevant device from the list.
  4. Select the Associations tab.
  5. Specify a group and devices to associate with.
  6. Save your changes.

 

 

Group Profile Command Class & Command Group Name
1 General:
Lifeline
(0x00: 0x01)
  • COMMAND_CLASS_DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY [0x5A]
  • DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY_NOTIFICATION [0x01]
  • COMMAND_CLASS_WINDOW_COVERING [0x6A]
  • WINDOW_COVERING_REPORT [0x04]
  • COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL [0x26]
  • SWITCH_MULTILEVEL_REPORT [0x03]
  • COMMAND_CLASS_METER [0x32]
  • METER_REPORT [0x02]
  • COMMAND_CLASS_NOTIFICATION [0x71]
  • NOTIFICATION_REPORT [0x05]
  • COMMAND_CLASS_CENTRAL_SCENE [0x5B]
  • CENTRAL_SCENE_NOTIFICATION [0x03]
  • COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION [0x70]
  • CONFIGURATION_REPORT [0x06]
Lifeline
2 Control: KEY01 (0x20: 0x01)
  • COMMAND_CLASS_WINDOW_COVERING [0x6A]
  • WINDOW_COVERING_SET [0x05]
  • COMMAND_CLASS_WINDOW_COVERING [0x6A]
  • WINDOW_COVERING_START_LEVEL_CHANGE [0x06]
  • COMMAND_CLASS_WINDOW_COVERING [0x6A]
  • WINDOW_COVERING_STOP_LEVEL_CHANGE [0x07]
Window
Covering

 

Association Group 2:
Window covering calibration status and command Id value
Id Calibration status Window covering name Window covering id
Id_Roller 0 – Device isn’t calibrated OUT_BOTTOM_1 12 (0x0C)
1- Autocalibration successful OUT_ BOTTOM _2 13 (0x0D)
2 – Autocalibration failed OUT_BOTTOM_1 12 (0x0C)
4 – Manual calibration OUT_ BOTTOM _2 13 (0x0D)
Id_Slat 0 – Device isn’t calibrated HORIZONTAL_SLATS_ANGLE_1 22 (0x16)
1- Autocalibration successful HORIZONTAL_SLATS_ANGLE_2 23 (0x17)
2 – Autocalibration failed HORIZONTAL_SLATS_ANGLE_1 22 (0x16)
4 – Manual calibration HORIZONTAL_SLATS_ANGLE_2 23 (0x17)
Operating mode:
Roller blind, Awning, Pergola, Curtain (parameter 151 value = 0)
Switch type Parametr (20) Switch Single Click Double Click
Value Name S1 or S2 Command Id Command Id
0 Monostable switches – click to move Window Covering Start Level Change
Window Covering Stop Level Change
Id_Roller Window Covering Set Level Id_Roller Id_Slat
1 Monostable switches – hold to move
2 Single monostable switch
3 Bistable switches
5 Three-state switch

 

Switch type Parametr (20) Switch Single Click Double Click
Value Name S1 or S2 Command Id Command Id
0 Monostable switches – click to move Window Covering Start Level Change
Window Covering Stop Level Change
Id_Roller Window Covering Stop Level Id_Roller Id_Slat
1 Monostable switches – hold to move
2 Single monostable switch
3 Bistable switches
5 Three-state switch

 

Switch type Parametr (20) Switch Single Click Double Click
Value Name S1 or S2 Command Id Command Id
0 Single
bistable
switch
Window Covering Start Level Change Id_Roller Window Covering Stop Level Id_Roller
Operating mode:
Venetian blind 90° (parameter 151 = 1) or venetian blind 180° (parameter 151 = 2)
Switch type Parametr (20) Switch Single Click Double Click
Value Name S1 or S2 Command Id Command Id
0 Monostable switches – click to move Window Covering Start Level Change
Window Covering Stop Level Change
Id_Roller Window Covering Set Level Id_Roller Id_Slat
1 Monostable switches – hold to move Id_Slat
2 Single monostable switch Id_Roller
3 Bistable switches
5 Three-state switch
Switch type Parametr (20) Switch Single Click Double Click
Value Name S1 or S2 Command Id Command Id
0 Monostable switches – click to move Window Covering Start Level Change
Window Covering Stop Level Change
Id_Roller Window Covering Set Level Id_Roller Id_Slat
1 Monostable switches – hold to move Id_Slat
2 Single monostable switch Id_Roller
3 Bistable switches Window Covering Start Level Change Id_Roller
5 Three-state switch Window Covering Start Level Change Id_Roller

 

Switch type Parametr (20) Switch Single Click Double Click
Value Name S1 or S2 Command Id Command Id
4 Single
bistable
switch
Window Covering Start Level Change Id_Roller Window Covering Stop Level Id_Roller

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Advanced parameters

Advanced parameters

The device enables customizing its operation to a user’s needs using configurable parameters.

The settings can be adjusted using the Z-Wave controller to which the device is added. The way of adjusting them might differ depending on the controller.

In the NICE interface device configuration is available as a simple set of options in the Advanced Settings section.

If you use Yubii Home App, many of the following parameter settings can be changed in the device settings section.

To configure the device:

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Go to Devices.
  3. Select the relevant device from the list.
  4. Select the Parameters tab.
  5. Specify a group and devices to associate with.
  6. Save your changes.

 

Advanced parameters
Parameter Description Available setting Default setting Parameter size
20.
Switch type
Determines which switch types and mode S1 or S2 inputs operate with 0 – Monostable switches – click to move
1 – Monostable switches – hold to move
2 – Single monostable switch
3 – Bistable switches
4 – Single bistable switch
5 – Three-state switch
0 1 [byte]
24.
Buttons orientation
Enables reversing the operation of the
buttons
0 – default (1st button UP, 2nd button DOWN)
1 – reversed (1st button DOWN, 2nd button UP)
0 1 [byte]
25.
Outputs orientation
Enables reversing the operation of O1
and O2 without changing the wiring (e.g. in case of
invalid motor connection).
0 – default (O1 – UP, O2 – DOWN)
1 – reversed (O1 – DOWN, O2 – UP)
0 1 [byte]
40.
First button – scenes sent
Determines which actions result in
sending scene IDs assigned to them. Values can be
combined (e.g. 1+2=3 means that scenes for single
and double click are sent).
Enabling scenes for triple click disables entering the
device in the learn mode by triple clicking.
0 – No scene active
1 – Key pressed 1 time
2 – Key pressed 2 times
4 – Key pressed 3 times
8 – Key hold down and key released
15 (All scenes active) 1 [byte]
41.

Second button – scenes sent

15 (All scenes active) 1 [byte]
150.

Calibration

To start automatic calibration, select the value 3. When
the calibration process is successful, the parameter
takes the value 1. When automatic calibration fails, the
parameter takes the value 2.
If the transitions times for the device are changed
manually in the parameter (156/157), the parameter
150 takes the value 4.
0 – Device is not calibrated
1 – Autocalibration successful
2 – Autocalibration failed
3 – Calibration process
4 – Manual calibration
0 1 [byte]
151.
Operating mode
Enables you to adjust the operation,
depending on the connected device.
In the case of venetian blinds, the angle of rotation of the slats must also be selected.
0 – Roller blind, Awning, Pergola, Curtain
1 – Venetian blind 90°
2 – Venetian blind 180°
0 1 [byte]
152.
Venetian blind – slats full turn time
Determines the time of a full turn cycle of the slats for venetian blinds.
The parameter is irrelevant to other modes.
0-65535 (0 – 6553.5s, every 0.1s) – time of turn 15

(1.5 seconds)

2 [byte]
156.
Time of up movement
Determines the time needed to reach
the full opening.
The value is set automatically during the calibration
process. It should be manually set in case of problems
with the autocalibration.
0 – 65535 (0 – 6553.5 s, every 0.1 s) – time of turn 600

(60 seconds)

2 [byte]
157.
Time of down movement
Determines the time needed to reach
full closure.
The value is set automatically during the calibration
process.
It should be manually set in case of problems with the
autocalibration.
0 – 65535 (0 – 6553.5 s, every 0.1 s) – time of turn 600

(60 seconds)

2 [byte]
158.
Virtual limit switch. The pot protection
Enables you to set a fixed minimum
level of lowering the shutter.
For example, to protect a flowerpot located on a
windowsill.
0 – 99 0 1 [byte]
159.
Favorite position – opening level
Enables you to define your favorite
aperture level.
0 – 99 0 1 [byte]
160.
Favorite position – slat angle
Enables you to define your favorite
position of the slat angle.
The parameter is used only for venetian blinds.
0 – 99
0xFF – Functionality disabled
50 1 [byte]

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Z-Wave Specification

Z-Wave Specification

Indicator CC – available indicators
Indicator ID – 0x50 (Identify)
Indicator CC – available properties

 

Property id Description Values and requirements
0x03 Toggling,
On/Off Periods
Starts toggling between ON and OFF

Used to set the duration of an On/Off
period

Available values:

  • 0x00 .. 0xFF (0 .. 25.5 seconds)

If this is specified, the On/Off Cycles MUST also be specified.

0x04 Toggling,
On/Off Cycles
Used to set the number of On/Off periods.
Available values:

  • 0x00 .. 0xFE (0 .. 254 times)
  • 0xFF (indicate until stopped)

If this is specified, the On/Off Period MUST also be specified.

0x05 Toggling,
On time within
an On/Off
period
Used to set the length of the On time during an On/Off period.

It enables asymetic On/Off periods.

Available values

  • 0x00 (symmetric On/Off period – On
    time equal to Off time)
  • 0x01 .. 0xFF (0.1 .. 25.5 seconds)

Example: 300ms ON and 500ms OFF is achieved by setting On/Off period

(0x03) = 0x08 and On time within an On/Off Period

(0x05) = 0x03 This value is ignored if On/Off periods is not defined.

This value is ignored if On/Off periods value is less than this value.

 

 

Supported Command Classes
Command Class Version Secure
COMMAND_CLASS_APPLICATION_STATUS [0x22] V1
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO [0x5E] V2
COMMAND_CLASS_WINDOW_COVERING [0x6A] V1 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL [0x26] V4 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION [0x85] V2 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION [0x8E] V3 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO [0x59] V3 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_TRANSPORT_SERVICE [0x55] V2
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION [0x86] V3 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC [0x72] V2 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY [0x5A] V1 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL [0x73] V1 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY [0x98] V1
COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY_2 [0x9F] V1
COMMAND_CLASS_METER [0x32] V3 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION [0x70] V4 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_NOTIFICATION [0x71] V8 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_PROTECTION [0x75] V2 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_CENTRAL_SCENE [0x5B] V3 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_FIRMWARE_UPDATE_MD [0x7A] V5 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_SUPERVISION [0x6C] V1
COMMAND_CLASS_INDICATOR [0x87] V3 yes
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC [0x20] V2 yes

 

 

Basic CC
Command Value Mapping command Mapping value
Basic Set [0xFF] Multilevel Switch Set [0xFF]
Basic Set [0x00] Multilevel Switch Set Multilevel Switch Set
Basic Set [0x00] to [0x63] Start Level Change (Up/Down) [0x00], [0x63]
Basic Get Multilevel Switch Get
Basic Report (Current Value and Target Value MUST be set to 0xFE if not position aware.) Multilevel Switch Report

 

The device uses Notification Command Class to report different events to the controller (“Lifeline” Group).

Notification CC
Notification Type Event / State Parameter Status In endpoints
Power Management [0x08] Idle [0x00] 0xFF – enable (non changeable) Root
Over-current detected [0x06]
System [0x09] Idle [0x00]
System hardware failure with manufacturer proprietary failure code [0x03] MP code: 0x01 [device overheat] Root

 

Protection Command Class enables you to prevent local or remote control of the outputs.

 

Protection CC
Type State Parameter Status In endpoints
Local 0 Unprotected – The device isn’t protected, and can be operated normally through the user interface. Buttons connected with outputs.
Local 2 No operation possible – the button can’t change a relay state, no other functionality is available (menu). Buttons disconnected from outputs.
RF 0 Unprotected – The device accepts and responds to all RF Commands. Outputs can be controlled through Z-Wave.
RF 1 No RF control – the command class basic and switch binary are rejected, every other command class is handled. Outputs can’t be controlled through Z-Wave.

 

Meter CC
Meter Type Scale Rate Type Precision Size
Electric [0x01] Electric_kWh [0x00] Import [0x01] 1 4

 

Altering capabilities

FIBARO Roller Shutter 4 uses different set of Window Covering Parameter IDs, which depend on the values of two parameters:

  • Calibration status (parameter 150)
  • Operating mode (parameter 151).
Calibration status (parameter 150) Operating mode
(parameter 151)
Supported Window Covering Parameter IDs
0 – Device isn’t calibrated
2 – Autocalibration failed
0 – Roller blind, Awning, Pergola, Curtain out_bottom (0x0C)
0 – Device isn’t calibrated
2 – Autocalibration failed
1 – Venetian blind 90°
2 – Roller blind with built-in driver 180°
out_bottom (0x0C)
Horizontal slats angle (0x16)
1 – Autocalibration successful
4 – Manual calibration
0 – Roller blind, Awning, Pergola, Curtain out_bottom (0x0D)
1 – Autocalibration successful
4 – Manual calibration
0 – Roller blind, Awning, Pergola, Curtain out_bottom (0x0D)
Horizontal slats angle
(0x17)

 

If any of the parameters 150 or 151 changes, the controller should perform the rediscovery procedure to update the set of Supported Window Covering Parameter IDs.

If the controller isn’t capable of performing the rediscovery procedure, it’s necessary to re-include the node in the network.

 

Association Group Information CC
Group Profile Command Class & Command Group Name
1 General:
Lifeline
(0x00: 0x01)
  • DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY_NOTIFICATION [0x01]
  • NOTIFICATION_REPORT [0x05]
  • SWITCH_MULTILEVEL_REPORT [0x26 0x03]
  • WINDOW_COVERING_REPORT [0x6A 0x04]
  • CONFIGURATION_REPORT [0x70 0x06]
  • INDICATOR_REPORT [0x87 0x03]
  • METER_REPORT [0x32 0x02]
  • CENTRAL_SCENE_CONFIGURATION_REPORT [0x5B 0x06]
Lifeline
2 Control: KEY01 (0x20: 0x01)
  • WINDOW_COVERING_SET [0x6A 0x05]
  • WINDOW_COVERING_START_LVL_CHANGE [0x6A 0x06]
  • WINDOW_COVERING_STOP_LVL_CHANGE [0x6A 0x07]
Window Covering

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Regulations

Regulations

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Declaration of conformity

Hereby, Nice-Polska Sp. z o.o. declares that the device is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 2014/53/EU. The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address: www.manuals.fibaro.com

 

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Devices labelled with this symbol should not be disposed with other household wastes. It shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment.

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