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Manuals for firmware 3.2 (Z-Wave+ compatible):

en Operating manual – English

pl Instrukcja obsługi – Polski

 

Short manual – European Multilanguage

Short manual – American Multilanguage

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Description and features

Description

FIBARO Door/Window Sensor is a wireless, battery powered reed sensor compatible with the Z-Wave standard. Changing the device’s status will automatically send signal to the Z-Wave controller and associated devices. Sensor can be used to trigger scenes and everywhere there is a need for information about opening or closing of doors, windows, garage doors, etc. Opening is detected by separating the sensor’s body and the magnet. In addition the FIBARO Door/Window Sensor supports one DS18B20 temperature sensor and has one potential free input.

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Features

  • Compatible with any Z-Wave Controller
  • Compatible with any Z-Wave or Z-Wave+ Controller (firmware 3.2 or higher)
  • Supports protected mode (Z-Wave network security mode) with AES-128 encryption (firmware 3.2 or higher).
  • Works with other Z-Wave network devices, but as a battery device doesn’t take part in signal routing
  • Door/window opening detected through Sensor’s body and a magnet separation
  • Easily mounted on doors, windows, garage gates and roller blinds
  • Device status signaled by the LED diode
  • Compatible with DS18B20 temperature sensor
  • Possibility of connecting the switch to potential-free input

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

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Technical data

Power supply: ER14250 (1/2AA) 3.6V DC battery
Inputs: single, potential-free (IN)
Supported temperature sensor: single, DS18B20
Operational temperature: 0°C to 40°C
EU directive compliance: RED 2014/53/EU
RoHS 2011/65/EU
Radio protocol: Z-Wave
Z-Wave+ (firmware 3.2 or higher)
Radio frequency: 868.4 MHz EU;
908.4 MHz US;
921.4 MHz ANZ;
869.0 MHz RU;
Range: up to 50 m outdoors
up to 30 m indoors
up to 40 m indoors (firmware 3.2 or higher)
(depending on terrain and building structure)
Dimensions (L x W x H): 76 x 17 x 19 mm

 

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Installation

Reed sensor

The device allows three basic types of applications:

  • Reed sensor
  • Temperature sensor
  • Switch or External sensor

In order to activate FIBARO Door/Window Sensor as Reed sensor:

  1. Take off the cover.
  2. add1

  3. Remove „I’m ready” paper stripe protecting the battery from discharging.
  4. add2

  5. Close the casing.
  6. add3

  7. Add the device as described in Adding to the network
  8. Install the device in desired location using the attached self-adhesive pads.
  9. Wake up the Sensor by triple clicking the TMP button.

Install the magnet in relation to the Sensor's body, as shown in figure below. Otherwise, detection of opening/closing will be impossible. Correct relation of the Sensor and the magnet is marked on the casing.

magnet

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Temperature sensor

The DS18B20 temperature sensor may be installed anywhere where temperature readouts are necessary. If adequately protected, the DS18B20 sensor may be installed in humid conditions, under water, sealed in concrete or placed under the floor.

Connecting devices and sensors other than DS18B20 is not allowed.

  1. Take off the cover.
  2. Connect the temperature sensor according to figure below.
    temp
  3. Remove „I’m ready” paper stripe protecting the battery from discharging.
  4. Close the casing.
  5. Add the device as described in Adding to the network.
  6. Install the device in desired location using the attached self-adhesive pads.
  7. Wake up the Sensor by triple clicking the TMP button.

Connecting/disconnecting the temperature sensor to/from previously added Door/Window Sensor, requires removing and re-adding the device to the Z-Wave network.

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Switch/External sensor

Door/Window Sensor is equipped with potential-free input. It allows to change device state using the external switch or sensor through GND signal. If the Door/Window Sensor will be used only as a binary sensor, do not install the magnet.

  1. Take off the cover.
  2. Connect the switch according to figure below.
    ext
  3. Remove „I’m ready” paper stripe protecting the battery from discharging.
  4. Close the casing.
  5. Add the device as described in Adding to the network.
  6. Install the device in desired location using the attached self-adhesive pads.
  7. Set advanced parameter no. 1 to 1.
  8. Wake up the Sensor by triple clicking the TMP button.

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Diagrams

Top view:

diagrams

TMP – button used for including/excluding the device and tamper detection
TP (TEMP_POWER) – power supply terminal of temperature sensor
TD (TEMP_DATA) – signal terminal of temperature sensor
GND (GROUND) – ground terminal
IN – potential-free input

Bottom view:

bottom

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Installation notes

Remarks on antenna:

The antenna should be placed above the battery. Never cut, shorten or bend the antenna. Its length is suited to the band at which the system functions.

Metal surfaces in close vicinity (e.g. metal switch boxes, metal door trims) may impair the reception capability.

Correct/Incorrect sensor installation:
montaz1montaz2montaz3

 

In case of no reaction:

  • Make sure the maximum range has not been exceeded and there are no obstacles along the signal path containing metal surfaces.
  • Make sure the device is not in the adding/removing/update mode.
  • Repeat the inclusion process.

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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 device within direct range of the Z-Wave controller.
  2. Make sure that Sensor’s cover is closed.
  3. Find the TMP button located on the underside of the device, which allows for proper inclusion.
  4. Set the main Z-Wave controller into the learning mode (see main controller’s operating manual).
  5. Quickly, triple click the TMP button.
  6. klik

  7. Wait for the adding process to end.
  8. Successful adding will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.

Adding/removing will be confirmed by LED blinking. Fast blinking means that the inclusion process has not been successful.

FIBARO Door/Window Sensor has two TMP buttons: inside and underside the casing. Both buttons must be pressed simultaneously to trigger tamper functionality.

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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 Flood Sensor 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 device within the direct range of the Z-Wave controller.
  2. Make sure that Sensor’s cover is closed.
  3. Find the TMP button located on the underside of the device, which allows for proper inclusion.
  4. Set the main Z-Wave controller into adding mode (see main controller’s operating manual).
  5. Quickly, triple click the TMP button.
  6. klik

  7. Wait for the removing process to end.
  8. Successful removing will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.

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Operating the device

Wake Up

Waking up the Door/Window Sensor:

FIBARO Door/Window Sensor needs to be woken up to receive information about the new configuration from the controller, like parameters and associations.

To wake up the sensor manually triple click the TMP button located underside the casing.

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Reset

Reset procedure ereses memory of the device, including all information on the Z-Wave network and the main controller.

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 Door/Window Sensor:

 



To reset the Fibaro Door/Window Sensor please follow below
instructions:

  1. Open the cover.
  2. Remove the battery.
  3. Install the battery while holding both TMP buttons.
  4. Release the TMP button within 5 seconds.
  5. Visual indicator will blink 3 times to confirm launching of reset procedure.
  6. Wait around 30s for the resetting process to end, do not remove the battery.
  7. Visual LED indicator will blink 6 times to confirm the reset.


To reset the Fibaro Door/Window Sensor please follow below
instructions:

  1. Take off the Sensor’s cover and remove battery. Make sure the TMP button is intact.
  2. Touch the Sensor’s body with a magnet.
  3. Insert the battery.
  4. Within 2 seconds remove the magnet from the Sensor’s body, the LED will turn off. Wait 3 seconds until the LED starts blinking.
  5. Remove the battery.
  6. Re-install the battery.
  7. Reset will be confirmed by LED blinking.

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FIBARO Home Center controller

After adding the Sensor to FIBARO system, it will be represented by one or two icons in Home Center interface.

Sensor used without a DS18B20 sensor, or used with a switch connected to IN input (without magnet), will be represented by a single icon.

In case of connecting DS18B20 temperature sensor, the additional temperature sensor icon will be displayed

      

If a temperature sensor icon is not displayed despite the fact the sensor itself has been connected, or if the temperature readings are incorrect, inspect the connection between sensor outputs and the line and the total length of the bus wire which should not exceed 30m. Then repeat the inclusion procedure.

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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.

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. Sending relevant information may take even a few minutes.
  7. Wake up the device manually to speed up the configuration process.

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



FIBARO Door/Window Sensor allows for the associations 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 – “Control”: is assigned to the device status – reed sensor and IN input (sends Basic Set command frames).
3rd Association Group – “Alarm”: is assigned to the device status – reed sensor and IN input (sends alarm command frames). Its value may be modified via advanced parameters.
4th Association Group – “Sensor ZW3”: is assigned to the device status – reed sensor and IN input (sends Basic Set command frames). This group provides backward compatibility with controllers not supporting Z-Wave+.
5th Association Group – “Tamper ZW3”: is assigned to the TMP switch (sends alarm command frames). This group provides backward compatibility with controllers not supporting Z-Wave+.

The Door/Window Sensor in 2nd to 5th group allows to control 5 regular and 5 multichannel devices per an association group, with the exception of “LifeLine” that 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.



FIBARO Door/Window Sensor allows for the associations of three groups:
1st Association Group is assigned to input IN1 (and the magnetic sensor). Sending BASIC SET or ALARM command frames.
2nd Association Group is assigned to TMP button. Once the button is released, ALARM GENERIC frame is sent to associated devices.
3rd Association Group reports the device status and allows for assigning single device only (the main controller by default).

FIBARO Door/Window Sensor allows for controlling 5 regular and 5 multichannel devices per an association group, out of which 1 field is reserved for the Z-Wave network main controller.

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.


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Advanced parameters

FIBARO Door/Window Sensor 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 FIBARO Door/Window Sensor (using the Home Center controller):

  1. Go to the device options by clicking the icon: klucz_grey_kolko
  2. Select the „Advanced” tab.

 




Wake up interval

Available settings: 0 or 3600-64800 [s] (1h – 18h) Default 21 600 [s] (every 6 hours)

The Door/Window Sensor will wake up after each defined time interval and always try to connect with the main controller. After a successful communication attempt, the sensor will update configuration parameters, associations and settings and will go into standby mode. After failed communication attempt (e.g. lack of Z-Wave range) the device will go into standby mode and retry to establish connection with the main controller after the next time interval.

Setting wake up interval to 0 disables sending Wake Up Notification frame automatically. Wake up may be still performed manually by a single TMP button click.

Longer time interval means less frequent communication and thus a longer battery life.

 

Parameter defines device operation mode.

Available settings:
0 – Door/Window Sensor or external alarm sensor
1 – external button
Default setting: 0 (no delay, immediate alarm cancelation)
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

Parameter defines state of the sensor when the magnet is close. If the alarm sensor is connected, it determines the output type. Parameter inactive in external button mode (parameter 1 set to 1).

Available settings:
0 – door/window closed
1 – door/window opened
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter defines events indicated by the visual LED indicator. Disabling events might extend battery life.

Available settings:
0 – no indications
1 – indication of opening/closing status change (input IN)
2 – indication of wake up (1 x click or periodical)
4 – indication of device tampering
Default setting: 6
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

Allows to enable activation of Z-Wave range test with double click of a TMP button.

Available settings:
0 – disabled
1 – enabled
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

Parameter defines events which result in sending on/off commands to devices added to the 2nd association group. These commands are sent alternately to switch the devices on and off. Commands represent the values of BASIC SET command frames. Parameter is inactive in external button mode (parameter 1 set to 1).

Available settings:
0 – switch after opening and closing
1 – switch after opening
2 – switch after closing
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

Command frames sent to devices added to the 2nd association group.

Available settings:
0 – ON
1 – OFF
2 – ON & OFF
Default setting: 2
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

The value of 0 turns OFF the device, 255 turns it ON. In case of associating the Dimmer or Roller Shutter module, values 1-99 allow to set an associated device to a specified level.

Available settings:
0-99, 255
Default setting: 255
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

The value of 0 turns OFF the device, 255 turns it ON. In case of associating the Dimmer or Roller Shutter module, values 1-99 allow to set an associated device to a specified level.

Available settings:
0-99, 255
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

Time period after which ON command frame will be sent.

Available settings:
0-32400 (time in seconds)
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

Time period after which OFF command frame will be sent.

Available settings:
0-32400 (time in seconds)
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

Type of control frames transmitted to the main controller and 3rd association group “Alarm”. If an external sensor is connected to IN input, it is possible to choose its functionality. Otherwise it is recommended to set this parameter to default value.

Available settings:
0 – Door/Window Sensor (General Purpose Alarm)
1 – smoke sensor (Smoke Alarm)
2 – CO detector (CO Alarm)
3 – CO2 detector (CO2 Alarm)
4 – high temperature sensor (Heat Alarm)
5 – flood sensor (Water Alarm)

Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [bytes]

Time period after which a tamper alarm will be cancelled.

Available settings:
0-32400 (time in seconds)
Default setting: 5
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

Reporting cancellation of tamper alarm to the controller and 5th associationgroup.

Available settings:
0 – do not send tamper cancellation report
1 – send tamper cancellation report
Default setting: 1
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter defines how often the temperature will be measured. The shorter the time, the more frequently the temperature will be measured, but the battery life will shorten.

Available settings:
0 – temperature measurements disabled
5 – 32400 (time in seconds)
Default setting: 300 (5 min)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter defines the change of temperature in comparison with last reported, resulting in temperature report being sent to the main controller.

Available settings:
0 – temperature reports based on threshold disabled
1 – 300 temperature threshold (0.1-30°C, 0.1°C step)
Default setting: 10 (1°C)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter determines how often the temperature reports will be sent to the main controller.

Available settings:
0 – periodic temperature reports disabled
5 – 32400 (time in seconds)
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

The value to be added to the actual temperature, measured by the sensor (temperature compensation).

Available settings:
-1000 – 1000 (-100-100°C, 0.1°C step)
Default setting: 0 (0°C)
Parameter size: 4 [bytes]

Temperature alarms reported to the Z-Wave controller. Thresholds are set in parameters 55 and 56..

Available settings:
0 – temperature alarms disabled
1 – high temperature alarm
2 – low temperature alarm
3 – high and low temperature alarms enabled
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

If temperature is higher than set value, overheat notification will be sent and high temperature scene will be triggered (if activated).

Available settings:
0 – 1000 temperature threshold (0.1-100°C, 0.1°C step)
Default setting: 540 (54°C)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

If temperature is lower than the set value, underheat notification will be sent and low temperature scene will be triggered (if activated).

Available settings:
-300 – 700 temperature threshold (-30-70°C, 0.1°C step)
Default setting: 40 (4°C)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

The device can trigger scenes using scene IDs assigned to different events.
To deactivate all scenes set the value to 0. To activate all scenes set the value to 3903.

Available settings:
1 – [ID 10] opening door/window (single click)
2 – [ID 11] closing door/window (single click)
4 – [ID 12] holding
8 – [ID 13] releasing
16 – [ID 14] double click
32 – [ID 15] triple click
256 – [ID 50] high temperature – door/window opened
512 – [ID 50] high temperature – door/window closed
1024 – [ID 51] low temperature – door/window opened
2048 – [ID 51] low temperature – door/window closed
Default setting: 0 (none)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

Settings for broadcasting ON/OFF commands, sensor alarm and tamper alarm. Value other than 0 means alarms are sent in Broadcast Mode, to all devices only within the range of the device. They are not repeated by the mesh network.

Available settings:
0 – broadcasts inactive
1 – ON/OFF commands broadcast active
2 – sensor alarm broadcast active
4 – tamper alarm broadcast active
Default setting: 0 (inactive)
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. It does not apply to 1st group “Lifeline”.

Available settings:
0 – none of the groups sent as secure
1 – 2nd group ”Control” sent as secure
2 – 3rd group ”Alarm” sent as secure
4 – 4th group “Sensor ZW3” sent as secure
8 – 5th group “Tamper ZW3” sent as secure
Default setting: 15 (all)
Parameter size: 1 [byte]



Wake up interval

Available settings: 0 – 16777214 [s] Default setting: 4000 [s] (66 min)

FIBARO Door/Window Sensor will wake up at each defined time interval and always try to connect with the main controller. After successful communication attempt, a sensor will update configuration parameters, associations and settings, and then will go into standby mode. After failed communication attempt (eg. lack of Z-Wave range) the device will go into standby mode and retry to establish connection with the main controller after the next time interval.

Setting wake up interval to 0 disables sending Wake Up Notification frame automatically. Wake up may be still performed manually by triple clicking the TMP button.

Longer time interval means less frequent communication and thus a longer battery life.

 

Additional delay after an alarm from input IN has ceased. The parameter allows user to specify additional time, after which the input IN alarm is cancelled once its violation has ceased.

Available settings: 0 – 65 535 (in seconds, each 1s)
Default setting: 0 (no delay, immediate alarm cancelation)
Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

Available settings:
0 – LED turned OFF
1 – LED turned ON
Default setting: 1
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

Available settings:
0 – INPUT_NC (Normally Closed)
1 – INPUT_NO (Normally Open)
2 – INPUT_MONOSTABLE
3 – INPUT_BISTABLE
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

The parameter allows you to specify the type of an alarm frame or to force control frames transmission (BASIC_SET)

Available settings:
1 – ALARM SMOKE frame
2 – ALARM CO frame
3 – ALARM CO2 frame
4 – ALARM HEAT frame
5 – ALARM WATER frame
255 – Control frame BASIC_SET
Default setting: 255
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

In case of alarm frames an alarm priority is specified.

Available settings: 1 – 99, 255
Default setting: 255
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

Value of 255 makes it possible to activate a device. In case of the Dimmer module it means activating the device and setting it to the previously stored condition, e.g. when Dimmer is set to 30%, deactivated and then reactivated using 255 commend, it will be automatically set to the previous condition i.e. 30%.

It allows for disabling the function of deactivating the device and cancelling alarms for devices associated with IN input.

Available settings:
0 – for association group no. 1 information is sent
1 – for association group no. 1 information is not sent
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

The parameter cancels alarms only. Information on alarm violation or activation commands for devices from association groups are always sent.

Available settings:
0 – Tamper alarm cancellation inactive
1 – Tamper alarm cancellation active
Default setting: 1
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

The maximum acceptable difference between the last reported temperature and the current temperature read from the sensor. If the temperatures differ by the set value or more, a report with the current temperature value is sent to the device assigned to association group no. 3.

Available settings: 0 – 255 (0°C to 16°C) (32°F to 60.8°F)
Default setting: 8 (0.5°C)
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

To set an appropriate parameter value use the following formula:

x = delta T x 16 – for Celsius
x = delta T x 80 / 9 – for Fahrenheit
x = parameter value
delta T – maximum acceptable temperature gradient in Celsius or Fahrenheit

If the value is set to 0:

– if the wake-up interval is set to 255 seconds, temperature report will be sent according to the interval,

– if the wake-up interval is set to over 255, temperature report will be sent each ca. 4 minutes.

The frame is sent in “broadcast” mode, i.e. to all devices within range – information sent in this mode is not repeated by the mesh network.

Available settings:
0 – IN and TMP Broadcast mode inactive
1 – IN broadcast mode active, TMP broadcast mode inactive
2 – IN broadcast mode inactive, TMP broadcast mode active
3 – IN and TMP broadcast mode active
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

If the “broadcast” mode of information transmission is activated for a given channel, then transmission of information in “singlecast” mode, i.e. to devices assigned to the association group, for this channel is deactivated.

The device offers the possibility of sending commands compatible with Command class scene activation. Information is sent to devices assigned to association group no. 3

Available settings:
0 – functionality deactivated
1 – functionality activated
Default setting: 0
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

Controllers such as the Home Center 2 are able to interpret such commands and based on these commands activate scenes, to which specific scene IDs have been assigned. The user may expand the functionality of a button connected to IN input by distinguishing the sequence of it being pushed. For example: double click would trigger the “goodnight” scene and triple click would trigger the “morning” scene. To fully use the possibilities offered by the parameter no.14 it is recommended to use a momentary or a toggle switch (parameter no.3).

Scene ID is determined in the following manner:
IN input:
Switch from “off” to “on” ID10
Switch from “on” to “off” ID11
Remaining IDs are recognized correctly if the value of parameter no.3 was set to 2
Holding down ID12
Releasing ID13
Double click ID14
Triple click ID15

Scene activation functionality may shorten the battery life, even by 25%.

READ ONLY Parameter – can not set values

Available settings:
0 – DS18B20 is working properly
1 – DS18B20 is not working properly
255 – No DS18B20 temperature sensor
Parameter size: 1 [byte]

The parameter value is automatically sent to the association group III if the connected sensor DS18B20 four times mistakenly read the temperature. In case of Wake Up Interval set for 4000 seconds temperature sensor will be checked every 5 minutes.

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Support

FAQ


The FIBARO Door/Window Sensor is a wireless, battery powered, Z-Wave compatible reed sensor. Each time its two parts, i.e. the sensor’s body and a magnet separate, a radio signal is sent. In addition the FIBARO Door/Window Sensor supports one DS18B20 temperature sensor and has one potential free input. The FIBARO Door/Window Sensor is designed for use with scenes in home automation systems, alarm and surveillance systems and everywhere else where information related to opening/closing of doors, windows, garage gates, etc. is needed.

Yes. The plastic cover should be closed all the time.

They are not two separate switches. It is only one switch with two buttons. To activate the switch both buttons should be pushed at the same time, so in this case plastic cover should be closed.

No, there is no an output module.

Not at the same time. When using IN input do not use magnetic input.

Only one DS18B20 temperature sensor can be connected to the Door/Window Sensor.

No, only DS18B20 is compatible with FIBARO Door/Window Sensor.

No, this is a battery device so it cannot be a repeater. However it can send the signal which will be repeated by other nodes (up to 4 nodes).

No, resetting the module procedure removes only controller’s ID from the module but not module from the controller.

Turn on the controller in deleting mode and perform the same as during the adding procedure. Click 3 times on TMP button. Please make sure that plastic cover is closed.

In default settings it should work up to 2 years, but it also depends on the usage.

No, we do not recommend placing D/W Sensor outside.

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