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Description and features

Description

FIBARO Roller Shutter 3 is a device designed to control roller blinds, awnings, venetian blinds, gates and other single phase, AC powered devices.

Roller Shutter 3 allows precise positioning of roller blinds or venetian blind lamellas. The device is equipped with power and energy monitoring. It allows to control connected devices either via the Z-Wave network or via a switch connected directly to it.

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Main features

  • Compatible with any Z-Wave or Z-Wave+ Controller,
  • Supports Z-Wave network Security Modes: S0 with AES-128 encryption and S2 Authenticated with PRNG-based encryption,
  • To be installed with roller blind motors with electronic or mechanical limit switches,
  • Advanced microprocessor control,
  • Active power and energy metering functionality,
  • Works with various types of switches – momentary, toggle and dedicated roller blind switches,
  • To be installed in wall switch boxes.

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.

The device 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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Technical data

Power supply: 100-240V~ 50/60 Hz
Rated load current: 4.2A for lamps and resistive loads
1.7A for motors with compensated power factor (inductive loads)
Supported motor type: single-phase AC motors
Required limit switches: electronic and mechanic
Power consumption: up to 0.8W
Operating temperature: 0-35°C
Active element: micro-gap relay switch μ
For installation in boxes:  Ø ≥ 50mm, depth ≥ 60mm
Radio protocol: Z-Wave (500 series chip)
Radio signal power: EIRP up to 6dBm
Radio frequency: 868.4 or 869.8 Mhz EU
908.4 or 916.0 Mhz US
921.4 or 919.8 Mhz ANZ
869.0 Mhz RU
Range: up to 50 m outdoors
up to 30 m indoors
(depending on building materials)
Dimensions: (L x W x H): 42.50 x 38.25 x 20.30 mm
Compliance with EU directives: RoHS 2011/65/EU
RED 2014/53/EU

 

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Installation

Before Installing

Connecting the Roller Shutter 3 in a manner inconsistent with this manual may cause risk to health, life or material damage.

  • Connect only in accordance with one of the diagrams,
  • Do not connect DC powered motors, the device is dedicated to operate AC powered electric motors,
  • Do not connect the device to loads exceeding recommended values,
  • The device 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 20m,
  • Connect roller blind motors with electronic or mechanical limit switches only.

Notes for the diagrams:

S1 – terminal for 1st switch (used to add/remove the device)

S2 – terminal for 2nd switch

Q2 – 2nd output terminal for shutter motor

Q1 – 1st output terminal for shutter motor

L – terminal for live lead

N – terminal for neutral lead

B – service button (used to add/remove the device and navigate the menu)

 

Tips for 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.
  • Make sure no part of the antenna sticks out of the wall switch box.

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Standard Blinds

Installation with standard blinds:

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

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Blinds with built-in driver

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

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Gate motors

Installation with gate motors:

  • Installation of the gate driver may be performed only by certified professionals.
  • The motor must be equipped with the appropriate limit switches.
  • It is recommended to connect a NC (normally closed) contact of an IR barrier to S2 terminal. Opening the contact will stop the gate.
  • In addition, it is recommended to connect an emergency stop button to the motors neutral (N) wire. In emergency, pushing the emergency stop button will cut the power and stop the gate.
  1. Switch off the mains voltage (disable the fuse).
  2. Open the installation box.
  3. Connect with the following the diagram:
  4. Verify if the device is connected correctly.
  5. Arrange the device and its antenna in the installation box.
  6. Close the installation box.
  7. Switch on the mains voltage.

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Positioning calibration

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

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

The procedure consists of an automatic, full movement between the limit switches (up, down, and up again).

If you notice the calibration process fail (e.g. it does not start, movement times are really short or highly inaccurate), adjust parameter 155 value (e.g. reduce it by half).

Calibration using connected momentary switch

  1. Make sure:
    • the device is supplied,
    • the momentary switch is connected to S1 and S2 terminals,
    • the device added to the Z-Wave network,
    • parameter 151 is set to 1 or 2.
  2. Press and hold or switch for at least 3 seconds
  3. Press and hold the same switch again for at least 3 seconds.
  4. Press and hold the same switch again for at least 3 seconds.
  5. The device will perform the calibration process, completing full cycle – up, down and up again.
  6. Test whether the positioning works correctly.

Calibration using the B-button

  1. Make sure:
    • the device is supplied,
    • the device added to the Z-Wave network,
    • parameter 151 is set to 1 or 2.
  2. Press and hold the B-button.
  3. Wait for the LED to glow white.
  4. Quickly release and click the B-button again.
  5. The device will perform the calibration process, completing full cycle – up, down and up again
  6. Test whether the positioning works correctly.

Calibration using parameter

  1. Make sure:
    • the device is supplied,
    • the device added to the Z-Wave network,
    • parameter 151 is set to 1 or 2.
  2. Set the parameter 150 value to 2
  3. The device will perform the calibration process, completing full cycle – up, down and up again
  4. The parameter 150 value will be set to 1 after calibration finishes.
  5. Test whether the positioning works correctly.

Calibration using connected momentary switch

  1. Make sure:
    • the device is supplied,
    • the momentary switch is connected to S1 and S2 terminals,
    • the device added to the Z-Wave network,
    • parameter 151 is set to 2,
    • blinds are calibrated.
  2. By default, time of transition between extreme positions is set to 150 (1.5 seconds) in parameter 152.
  3. Turn slats between extreme positions by holding  or switch:
    • If after full cycle a blind starts moving up or down – decrease the value of parameter 152,
    • If after full cycle the slats do not reach end positions – increase the value of parameter 152,
  4. Repeat the previous step until satisfactory positioning is achieved.
  5. Test whether the positioning works correctly. Correctly configured slats should not force the blinds to move up or down.

Roller blind with built-in driver positioning

  1. Make sure:
    • the device is supplied,
    • the momentary switch is connected to S1 and S2 terminals,
    • the device added to the Z-Wave network,
    • parameter 151 is set to 5 or 6.
  2. By default, time of transition between extreme positions is set to 600 (6 seconds) in parameters 155 and 156.
  3. Move roller blinds between extreme positions by clicking  or switch:
    • If roller blind stops before reaching top – increase the value of parameter 155,
    • If roller blind does not stop after reaching top – decrease the value of parameter 155,
    • If roller blind stops before reaching bottom – increase the value of parameter 156,
    • If roller blind does not stop after reaching bottom – decrease value of parameter 156,
  4. Repeat the previous step until satisfactory positioning is achieved.
  5. Test whether the positioning works correctly.

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Z-Wave network

Adding the device

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 using Smart Start:

  1. Set the main controller in Security S2 Authenticated add mode (see the controller’s manual).
  2. Scan the DSK QR code or input the underlined part of the DSK (label on the bottom of the box).
    (on the device label).
  3. Power the device (turn on the mains voltage).
  4. LED will start blinking yellow, wait for the adding process to end.
  5. Successful adding will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.

To add the device to the Z-Wave network manually:


  1. Power the device.
  2. Identify the S1 switch.
  3. Set the main controller into the adding mode (see the controller’s manual).
  4. Quickly, triple click the S1 switch.
  5. If you are adding in Security S2, scan the DSK QR code or input the underlined part of the DSK (label on the bottom of the box)
  6. Wait for the adding process to end.
  7. Successful adding will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.



  1. Power the device.
  2. Identify the S1 switch.
  3. Log into Home Center configuration interface.
  4. In Devices section click Add or remove device.
  5. Click Add to start adding mode.
  6. Quickly, triple click the S1 switch.
  7. If you are adding in Security S2, scan the DSK QR code or input the underlined part of the DSK (label on the bottom of the box)
  8. Wait for the adding process to end.
  9. Successful adding will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.



  1. Power the device.
  2. Identify the S1 switch.
  3. Click the Plus (+) icon on the Home Screen.
  4. Select FIBARO and click on the device.
  5. Choose a hub you want to add your device to and click Next.
  6. Choose a room where the device will be placed and click Next.
  7. Quickly, triple click the S1 switch.
  8. If you are adding in Security S2, scan the DSK QR code or input the underlined part of the DSK (label on the bottom of the box)
  9. Wait for the adding process to end.
  10. Successful adding will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.



  1. Power the device.
  2. Identify the S1 switch.
  3. From your Vera's Dashboard, go to Devices > Add devices
  4. Choose a Generic Z-Wave device from the list.
  5. Follow the instructions on screen
  6. Quickly, triple click the S1 switch.
  7. If you are adding in Security S2, scan the DSK QR code or input the underlined part of the DSK (label on the bottom of the box)
  8. Wait for the adding process to end.
  9. Successful adding will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.

Click here for more detailed instructions for Vera gateways.


  1. Power the device.
  2. Identify the S1 switch.
  3. In Homey app select Devices from the tab bar.
  4. Find your device's brand and click the [+] icon in the top right corner and search for FIBARO and tap the logo.
  5. Find your device on the list. Then click the device's icon. A dialog will appear that confirms if you want to continue. Click install.
  6. Follow the on-screen instructions.
  7. Quickly, triple click the S1 switch.
  8. If you are adding in Security S2, scan the DSK QR code or input the underlined part of the DSK (label on the bottom of the box)
  9. Wait for the adding process to end.
  10. Successful adding will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.


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


SmartStart enabled products can be added to SmartStart enabled Z-Wave controller by scanning the Z-Wave QR Code present on the product. SmartStart product will be added automatically within 10 minutes of being switched on in the network range.

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Removing the device

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

Removing the device restores all the default parameters of the device, but does not reset power metering data.

To remove the device from the Z-Wave network:


  1. Make sure the device is powered.
  2. Identify the S1 switch.
  3. Set the main controller in remove mode (see the controller's manual).
  4. Quickly, triple click the S1 switch.
  5. Wait for the removing process to end.
  6. Successful removing will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.


  1. Make sure the device is powered.
  2. Identify the S1 switch.
  3. Log into Home Center configuration interface.
  4. In Devices section click Add or remove device.
  5. Click Delete to start removing mode.
  6. Quickly, triple click the S1 switch.
  7. Wait for the removing process to end.
  8. Successful removing will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.


  1. Make sure the device is powered.
  2. Identify the S1 switch.
  3. On the Home Screen, select Menu icon and click Devices.
  4. Select More Options (three dots) icon and click Edit.
  5. Select the minus icon (-) next to the device.
  6. Click Delete to confirm.
  7. Quickly, triple click the S1 switch.
  8. Wait for the removing process to end.
  9. Successful removing will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.


  1. Make sure the device is powered.
  2. Identify the S1 switch.
  3. From your Vera's Dashboard, go to Devices
  4. Choose the device you want to remove and click the arrow next to it.
  5. Go to the bottom of the page and click Delete Device.
  6. Click Unpair.
  7. Quickly, triple click the S1 switch.
  8. Wait for the removing process to end.
  9. Successful removing will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.


  1. Make sure the device is powered.
  2. Identify the S1 switch.
  3. In Homey app select Devices from the tab bar.
  4. Click and hold the device you want to remove.
  5. Click in the gear icon in the top right corner.
  6. Click Remove device.
  7. Confirm that you want to remove this device - click OK.
  8. Quickly, triple click the S1 switch.
  9. Wait for the removing process to end.
  10. Successful removing will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.

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

If parameter 40 enables scenes for triple S1 click, disable it or use B-button instead to remove the device.

If parameter 24 is set to 1, use S2 switch instead to remove the device.

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Range test

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.

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

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

  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 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.

 

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.

Z-Wave range tester signalling modes:

Visual indicator pulsing green – the device 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 device communicates with the main controller directly.

Visual indicator pulsing yellow – the device tries to establish a routed communication with the main controller through other modules (repeaters).

Visual indicator glowing yellow – the device 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 device 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 device is not able to connect to the main controller directly or through another Z-Wave network device (repeater).

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Operating the device

Operating roller blinds

The device allows for connecting switch to the S1 and S2 terminals. These may be momentary (recommended) or toggle switches.

Switch buttons are responsible for managing the blind’s movement.

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.

Description:

smart blinds – switch connected to the S1 terminal

smart blinds – switch connected to the S2 terminal

  • Using momentary switches:

Click smart blinds switch – initiate up movement.

Click smart blinds switch – initiate down movement.

If the blind is moving, clicking any button, will stop the movement.

  • Operating slats of venetian blinds

When operating venetian blinds it is possible to manage angle of the slats.

Hold smart automatic blinds switch – initiate slats rotation up.

Hold automatic blinds switch – initiate slats rotation down.

  • Using toggle switches:

Change automatic blinds switch state – initiate up movement.

Change smart automatic blinds switch state – initiate down movement.

Choosing a middle position stops the blinds.

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Operating gate motors

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

The device allows to operate gate motors.

Gate motor should be connected to Q1 and Q2 terminals according to installation diagram.

When operating gates a momentary switch may be connected to S1 terminal.

It is recommended to connect an IR barrier, an emergency stop button or any alarm mechanism to S2 terminal. Opening a contact in a device connected to S2 terminal will always result in stopping a motor in current position.

 

Using momentary switch:

Click S1 switch – move gate in sequence:

OPEN -> STOP -> CLOSE -> STOP -> OPEN

Open S2 contact – stop movement

Automatic closing:

  • After full opening – the gate will automatically start closing after time specified in parameter 152,
  • After opening S2 contacts – the gate will automatically start closing after time specified in parameter 154.

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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 device 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:
    • WHITE – start calibration
    • 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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Resetting to factory defaults

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.

  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 B-button to enter the menu.
  5. Wait for the 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.

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 described in Adding the device section.

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Additional features

Power and energy consumption

The device allows for the active power and 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 (+/- 1% for loads 10W-1000W).

Electric active power – power that energy receiver is changing into a work and 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.

Resetting consumption memory:

The device 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 device 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.

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

The device 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. !

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Activating scenes

The device can activate scenes in the Z-Wave controller by sending scene ID and attribute of a specific action using Central Scene Command Class.

By default scenes are not activated, set parameters 40 and 41 to enable scene activation for selected actions.

Switch Action Scene ID Attribute
Switch connected to S1 terminal Switch clicked once 1 Key Pressed 1 time
Switch clicked twice 1 Key Pressed 2 times
Switch clicked thrice 1 Key Pressed 3 times
Switch held* 1 Key Held Down
Switch released* 1 Key Released
Switch connected to S2 terminal Switch clicked once 2 Key Pressed 1 time
Switch clicked twice 2 Key Pressed 2 times
Switch clicked thrice 2 Key Pressed 3 times
Switch held* 2 Key Held Down
Switch released* 2 Key Released

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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, Roller Shutter or scene (may be controlled only through a Z-Wave controller).

  • The device provides the association of 3 groups:
  • 1st association group – “Lifeline” reports the device status and allows for assigning single device only (main controller by default).

    2nd association group – “Roller Shutter” is assigned to shutter position control – UP/DOWN (uses Switch Multilevel command class).

    3rd association group – “Slats” is assigned to slats position control – UP/DOWN (uses Switch Multilevel command class).

The device in 2nd and 3rd group allows to control 5 regular or 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.

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

  1. Go to the device options by clicking the wrench icon.
  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.

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.

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Advanced parameters

This parameter defines as what type the device should treat the switch connected to the S1 and S2 terminals.
This parameter is not relevant in gate operating modes (parameter 151 set to 3 or 4). In this case switch always works as a momentary and has to be connected to S1 terminal.

Available settings:
0 – momentary switches
1 – toggle switches
2 – single, momentary switch (the switch should be connected to S1 terminal)

Default setting: 2

Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter allows reversing the operation of switches connected to S1 and S2 without changing the wiring.

Available settings:
0 – default (S1 – 1st channel, S2 – 2nd channel)
1 – reversed (S1 – 2nd channel, S2 – 1st channel)

Default setting: 0

Parameter size: 1 [byte]

This parameter allows reversing the operation of Q1 and Q2 without changing the wiring (in case of invalid motor connection) to ensure proper operation.

Available settings:
0 – default (Q1 – 1st channel, Q2 – 2nd channel)
1 – reversed (Q1 – 2nd channel, Q2 – 1st channel)

Default setting: 0

Parameter size: 1 [byte]

INFO: Use the calculator below to calculate basic values for Alarm parameters (30-34).

Calculated value:

This parameter determines to which alarm frames and how the device should react. The parameters consist of 4 bytes, three most significant bytes are set according to the official Z-Wave protocol specification.

Available settings:
1B [MSB] – Notification Type
2B – Notification Status
3B – Event/State Parameters
4B [LSB] – action:
0 – no action
1 – open blinds
2 – close blinds

Default setting: [0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00] (disabled)

Parameter size: 4 [byte]

This parameter determines to which alarm frames and how the device should react. The parameters consist of 4 bytes, three most significant bytes are set according to the official Z-Wave protocol specification.

Available settings:
1B [MSB] – Notification Type
2B – Notification Status
3B – Event/State Parameters
4B [LSB] – action:
0 – no action
1 – open blinds
2 – close blinds

Default setting: [0x05, 0xFF, 0x00, 0x00]

Parameter size: 4 [bytes]

This parameter determines to which alarm frames and how the device should react. The parameters consist of 4 bytes, three most significant bytes are set according to the official Z-Wave protocol specification.

Available settings:
1B [MSB] – Notification Type
2B – Notification Status
3B – Event/State Parameters
4B [LSB] – action:
0 – no action
1 – open blinds
2 – close blinds

Default setting: [0x01, 0xFF, 0x00, 0x00]

Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter determines to which alarm frames and how the device should react. The parameters consist of 4 bytes, three most significant bytes are set according to the official Z-Wave protocol specification.

Available settings:
1B [MSB] – Notification Type
2B – Notification Status
3B – Event/State Parameters
4B [LSB] – action:
0 – no action
1 – open blinds
2 – close blinds

Default setting: [0x04, 0xFF, 0x00, 0x00]

Parameter size: 4 [bytes]

This parameter determines to which alarm frames and how the device should react. The parameters consist of 4 bytes, three most significant bytes are set according to the official Z-Wave protocol specification.

Available settings:
1B [MSB] – Notification Type
2B – Notification Status
3B – Event/State Parameters
4B [LSB] – action:
0 – no action
1 – open blinds
2 – close blinds

Default setting: [0x04, 0xFF, 0x00, 0x00]

Parameter size: 4 [bytes]

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]

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 [bytes]

This parameter determines whether the power metering should include the amount of active power consumed by the device itself.

Available settings:
0 – function inactive
1 – function active

Default setting: 0

Parameter size: 1 [bytes]

This parameter determines the minimum change in consumed power that will result in sending new power report to the main controller.
For loads under 50W, the parameter is not relevant and reports are sent every 5W change.
Power reports are sent no often than every 30 seconds.

Available settings:
0 – reports are disabled
1-500 (1-500%) – change in power

Default setting: 15 (15%)

Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter determines in what time intervals the periodic power reports are sent to the main controller. Periodic reports do not depend on power change (parameter 61).

Available settings:
0 – periodic reports are disabled
30-32400 (30-32400s) – report interval

Default setting: 3600 (1h)

Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

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
1-500 (0.01 – 5 kWh) – change in energy

Default setting: 10 (0.1 kWh)

Parameter size: 2 [byte]

This parameter determines in what time intervals the periodic energy reports are sent to the main controller. Periodic reports do not depend on energy change (parameter 65).

Available settings:
0 – periodic reports are disabled
30-32400 (30-32400s) – report interval

Default setting: 3600 (1h)

Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

By setting this parameter to 2 the device enters the calibration mode. The parameter relevant only if the device is set to work in positioning mode (parameter 151 set to 1, 2 or 4).

Available settings:
0 – device is not calibrated
1 – device is calibrated
2 – force device calibration

Default setting: 0

Parameter size: 1 [bytes]

This parameter allows adjusting operation according to the connected device.

Available settings:
1 – roller blind (with positioning)
2 – Venetian blind (with positioning)
3 – gate (without positioning)
4 – gate (with positioning)
5 – roller blind with built-in driver
6 – roller blind with built-in driver (impulse)

Default setting: 1

Parameter size: 1 [bytes]

For Venetian blinds (parameter 151 set to 2) the parameter determines time of full turn cycle of the slats.
For gates (parameter 151 set to 3 or 4) the parameter determines time after which open gate will start closing automatically (if set to 0, gate will not close).
The parameter is irrelevant for other modes.

Available settings:
0-90000 (0 – 900s, every 0.01s) – time of turn

Default setting: 150 (1.5s)

Parameter size: 4 [bytes]

For Venetian blinds (parameter 151 set to 2) the parameter determines slats positioning in various situations.
The parameter is irrelevant for other modes.

Available settings:
0 – slats return to previously set position only in case of the main controller operation.
1 – slats return to previously set position in case of the main controller operation, momentary switch operation, or when the limit switch is reached.
2 – slats return to previously set position in case of the main controller operation, momentary switch operation, when the limit switch is reached or after receiving the Switch Multilevel Stop control frame

Default setting: 1

Parameter size: 1 [bytes]

For blinds (parameter 151 set to 1, 2, 5 or 6) the parameter determines the time after which the motor will be stopped after end switch contacts are closed.
For gates (parameter 151 set to 3 or 4) the parameter determines the time after which the gate will start closing automatically if S2 contacts are opened (if set to 0, gate will not close).

Available settings:
0-600 (0 – 60s) – time

Default setting: 10 (1s)

Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

Power threshold to be interpreted as reaching a limit switch.

Available settings:
0 – reaching a limit switch will not be detected
1-255 (1-255W) – report interval

Default setting: 10 (10W)

Parameter size: 2 [bytes]

This parameter determines the time needed for roller blinds to reach the top.
For modes with positioning value is set automatically during calibration, otherwise, it must be set manually.

Available settings:
1-90000 (0.01 – 900.00s, every 0.01s) – movement time

Default setting: 6000 (60s)

Parameter size: 4 [bytes]

This parameter determines time needed for roller blinds to reach the bottom.
For modes with positioning value is set automatically during calibration, otherwise, it must be set manually.

Available settings:
1-90000 (0.01 – 900.00s, every 0.01s) – movement time

Default setting: 6000 (60s)

Parameter size: 4 [bytes]

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