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HELTUN - Quinto 5-channel switch module Z-Wave + 700

HE-RS01

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The HELTUN Quinto switch module is a multiple relay with five dry contact outputs. It can control any type of load up to 5A per output.

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Technical characteristics

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YOUR COMFORT MATTERS.

When you consider your comfort at home, what is the most important? Can you turn the lights on or off without going through different rooms? Or being able to close the door, close the blinds, and dim the lights with one touch? Or maybe something else? Whatever you need, HELTUN has you covered.

Take control

Five dry-contact relays that carry a load of 5 amps each. HELTUN's advanced zero-crossing technology offers a significant increase in longevity and reliability. Control the lighting or any device: door, gate, shutter, motorized valve, ...

Incredibly small and smart

The fifth switch module with shutter control offers incredible capabilities to any connected device. Makes light switches "smart" with advanced remote monitoring, control, and programmability. This brings the convenience of controlling and automating smartphone applications to "dumb" devices such as light switches, electronic door locks, electric gates, shutters, windows, and valves.

For example, you can control up to ...

Five on and off devices

Three on / off devices and a bi-directional motor
One on / off device and two bi-directional motors
At 26mm deep, the 5th's switch module is also "incredibly small", fitting into any rectangular, round or square electrical junction box, even behind connected devices.

Inputs and outputs

The main power input can be 85-265VAC or 12-48VDC. The fifth switch module has five relay outputs with a maximum load of 5 amps each.

It also has two independent inputs for the relay channels that allow controlling systems with different energy sources or using the outputs as dry contacts: for example, to turn 220VAC lights on or off and to control motorized valves with 24VDC power.

It also has six pilot wire inputs: one common and five for each transmission channel. This allows the fifth switch module to be controlled by up to five different sources (for example, five different light switches) and to control all relay outputs separately.

Each transmission channel uses advanced HELTUN technology to provide a significant increase in longevity and reliability.

Heltun multi relay fifth

Know your energy consumption

The integrated energy consumption system accurately monitors the amount of energy you have used over the course of a day, a week or a month. Do your current light switches do this?

Simply specify the load consumption in watts for each relay channel and the logic in the fifth switch module will calculate the total consumption based on the time since the output was in the "ON" state.

Heltun has also designed the circuit to draw almost zero watts of power when in standby mode. This saves energy and money, especially if your home is equipped with many HELTUN products.

Make your switches incredibly smart
Is your DIN rail a "stupid" rail?

As HELTUN's switch module has 5 channels each capable of handling up to 5 amps, it is a perfect complement to your switch panel for monitoring and controlling groups of devices from the Internet through a Z-Wave gateway, such as per example:

Whole groups of lights

Motorized valves
Door locks
Motorized awnings, gates and gates
The module mounting adapter is available as an accessory to fit standard DIN rails (50mm), or it can also be mounted directly to the wall using the supplied screws and plugs.

Fifth Heltun Customization

Powerfully customizable

There are seven different selectable modes for the 5th switch module with up to five pilot wires used to control any relay output of devices such as a wall switch, an alarm panel, etc.

Reverse State - If on, turns off when pilot wire circuit closes (or if off, turns on).
Momentary - Lights when the pilot wire circuit is closed, turns off when the pilot wire circuit is open.
Momentary Reverse - Turns off when pilot wire circuit is open, turns on when closed.
On Only - When the pilot wire circuit is closed (ie shorted).
Off Only - When the pilot wire circuit is closed (i.e. shorted).
The output of the fifth switch module can also be controlled by an internal timer. For example, after the switch is turned on, it can be set to automatically turn off later (or vice versa: it turns on after being turned off).
This function can be used to open or close garage doors, gates, blinds, curtains, locks, etc., and then return them to their previous state without the need for further inputs.

Timer (ON and OFF) - Lights when the pilot wire circuit closes, then turns off after a specified time.
Timer (OFF and ON) - Turns off when the pilot wire circuit closes, and turns on after a specified time.

Control of motorized devices

The HELTUN switch module does more than control your home lighting. You can use it to control motorized blinds, curtains, garage doors, entry doors, and electric locks. You have full control over the programming of the different buttons for specific functions.

For example, you can designate the upper left button to raise the blinds in the living room and the lower left button to lower them. In this mode, if the blinds are raised and then the down button is pressed, the system automatically cancels the UP command and initiates a DOWN command, or vice versa.

The system also calculates the position of the blinds when they are fully open or closed and automatically stops the motor when it reaches the upper or lower limit.

Programming and scenarios

Using the internal timer of the HELTUN 5th switch module, you can create a schedule for certain devices. For example:

Open the blinds at 7:00 am and close them at 10:00 pm
Turn on the porch light at 7:00 pm and turn it off at 1:00 am
The possibilities for adding convenience and comfort are endless and are only limited by the creativity of the owner or installer of the HELTUN 5th switch module.

Easy to install

The fifth switch module can easily be installed in any standard electrical junction box (square or round). Installation should only be carried out by a person trained in handling high voltage electrical systems.

Z-Wave Plus V2 certified
You can connect HELTUN devices to a home automation controller using the latest Z-Wave Plus V2 700 platform. HELTUN features advanced Smart Start technology for easy system integration and the S2 security framework with AES 256 encryption for seamless handover. secure data.

The HELTUN switch module is compatible with all Z-Wave certified controllers and devices that correctly implement the Z-Wave touch switch control classes. With a Z-Wave controller, you can manage all switch functions through a mobile app, including temperature changes, displaying power consumption graphs, and more.

Up to 50 separate devices can be connected to the HELTUN switch module. You can combine it with any Z-Wave compatible on / off switch or other tactile switch to control different systems in a room.

HELTUN devices are compatible with all Z-Wave frequencies for different countries (Europe, Russia, Israel, Australia, USA, India, Hong Kong, China, Japan and Korea). The correct frequency can be selected in the device menu.

HELTUN periodically releases new firmware for the device with additional features that can be remotely updated through an encrypted OTA (Over-The-Air) process.

FUNCTIONS:

Z-Wave network inclusion / exclusion options
It is not guaranted
S0 Safe ...
S2 not allowed, S2 allowed with key
Association control with 50 network devices
Control of motorized devices (blind mode)
Each of the 5 pilot wire inputs can control any of the 5 relay outputs.
Up to 5 outputs can be controlled by a pilot wire
Seven modes for each output:
Turn on only
Disable only
Invert state (ON to OFF or OFF to ON)
Momentary (ON when shorted, OFF when released)
Inverted momentary (OFF when shorted, ON when released)
Timer (ON and OFF after specified time)
Timer (OFF and ON after specified time)
Each relay output can be managed by a Z-Wave gateway or a partner device.
Each pilot wire can trigger scenes
Programming mode
Power Consumption Software Logic
Factory reset button
SmartStart technology for quick addition to Z-Wave networks
OTA (Over-The-Air) Encrypted Firmware Update

TECHNICAL DATA:

Dimensions: 50x50x26 mm
Material: Fire retardant plastic
White color
Five relays for resistive loads up to 5A each
Two independent relay inputs (dry contact)
Relay switching with HELTUN Advanced Zero Pass Technology
Relay life: 100,000 cycles
One common wire (S) and five pilot wires (S1, S2, S3, S4, S5) for external control
Power Consumption Software Logic
Power supply: 85-265VAC 50Hz / 60Hz, or 24-48VDC
Power Consumption: <1W
Operating temperature: 0 °! at + 60 °!
IP class: IP21
Z-Wave Plus V2 SDK: V7.11
Z-Wave Module: ZGM130S
Assembly:
Electrical connection box: round or square, minimum depth 40 mm.
Optional adapter for DIN rails (50mm wide) or wall mount

Extended Z-Wave info

Name: Relay Switch Quinto
Manufacturer:HELTUN
Identifier:HE-RS01
Z-Wave Certification Number:ZC12-20040046
Hardware Plattform:ZGM130
FLiRS:NO
Role Type:Always On Slave
Short Description:Advanced Programmable Z-Wave Plus v2 In-Wall Relay Switch—with S2 security and SmartStart on the Z-Wave 700 platform.
Description:The HELTUN HE-RS01 is an advanced programmable Z-Wave Plus v2 in-wall relay switch that controls many devices, including lights, dimmers, blinds, curtains, door locks, gates, motorized valves, roller shutters, and more. Features: • Five-channel 5-amp relays with dry contact inputs • Each relay may be controlled by a timer or on a week schedule • Power Consumption logic monitors energy usage • 10 association groups • Incorporates HELTUN Advanced Zero-Cross Technology The HELTUN HE-RS01 is part of an entire line of smart, connected products designed to provide the best technology has to offer without compromising stylish living.

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Group
Max Nodes
Description
1
1
This is the Lifeline Group 1 which sends status (lifeline) reports to the primary controller.
2
1
Group 2 – “External Input S1 Basic Set”: is assigned to Input S1 state and will be triggered when the button on switch connected to S1 input was pressed. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
3
1
Group 3 – “External Input S1 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to Input S1. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when the button on switch connected to S1 input was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices. The group supports one Node.
4
1
Group 4 – “External Input S2 Basic Set”: is assigned to Input S2 state and will be triggered when the button on switch connected to S2 input was pressed. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
5
1
Group 5 – “External Input S2 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to Input S2. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when the button on switch connected to S2 input was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices.
6
1
Group 6 – “External Input S3 Basic Set”: is assigned to Input S3 state and will be triggered when the button on switch connected to S3 input was pressed. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
7
1
Group 7 – “External Input S3 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to Input S3. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when the button on switch connected to S3 input was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices.
8
1
Group 8 – “External Input S4 Basic Set”: is assigned to Input S4 state and will be triggered when the button on switch connected to S4 input was pressed. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
9
1
Group 9 – “External Input S4 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to Input S4. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when the button on switch connected to S4 input was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices.
10
1
Group 10 – “External Input S5 Basic Set”: is assigned to Input S5 state and will be triggered when the button on switch connected to S5 input was pressed. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
11
1
Group 11 – “External Input S5 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to Input S5. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when the button on switch connected to S5 input was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices.
12
1
Group 12 – “Relay 1 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N1 and will be triggered on the relay state change. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
13
1
Group 13 – “Relay 2 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N2 and will be triggered on the relay state change. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
14
1
Group 14 – “Relay 3 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N3 and will be triggered on the relay state change. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
15
1
Group 15 – “Relay 4 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N4 and will be triggered on the relay state change. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
16
1
Group 16 – “Relay 5 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N5 and will be triggered on the relay state change. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
Number
Size (Bytes)
Default Value
Name
Description
1
1
1
TIME CORRECTION
Time correction by controller
10
1
5
RELAY5 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 5 control source
11
1
1
HOLD1 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 1
12
1
1
HOLD2 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 2
13
1
1
HOLD3 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 3
14
1
1
HOLD4 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 4
15
1
1
HOLD5 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 5
16
1
1
CLICK1 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 1
17
1
1
CLICK2 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 2
18
1
1
CLICK3 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 3
19
1
1
CLICK4 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 4
2
1
1
WEEKDAY
The day of the week (starting from Monday)
20
1
1
CLICK5 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 5
21
2
0
RELAY1 TIMER DURATION
Timer mode duration for button 1. This parameter specifies the duration in seconds for the Timer mode (value 5 or 6 in Parameters 30). Press the button and the relay output goes to ON/OFF for the specified time then changes back to OFF/ON. This function can be used to open/close garage doors, blinds, curtains, etc. or to turn attached devices like security OFF for a short time. The time values can be configured from 0 to 43200 sec (12 hours). Note: If the parameter value is set to “0” it will operate as a short contact (about 0.5 sec).
22
2
0
RELAY2 TIMER DURATION
Timer mode duration for button 2. This parameter specifies the duration in seconds for the Timer mode (value 5 or 6 in Parameters 31). Press the button and the relay output goes to ON/OFF for the specified time then changes back to OFF/ON. This function can be used to open/close garage doors, blinds, curtains, etc. or to turn attached devices like security OFF for a short time. The time values can be configured from 0 to 43200 sec (12 hours). Note: If the parameter value is set to “0” it will operate as a short contact (about 0.5 sec).
23
2
0
RELAY3 TIMER DURATION
Timer mode duration for button 3. This parameter specifies the duration in seconds for the Timer mode (value 5 or 6 in Parameters 32). Press the button and the relay output goes to ON/OFF for the specified time then changes back to OFF/ON. This function can be used to open/close garage doors, blinds, curtains, etc. or to turn attached devices like security OFF for a short time. The time values can be configured from 0 to 43200 sec (12 hours). Note: If the parameter value is set to “0” it will operate as a short contact (about 0.5 sec).
24
2
0
RELAY4 TIMER DURATION
Timer mode duration for button 4. This parameter specifies the duration in seconds for the Timer mode (value 5 or 6 in Parameters 33). Press the button and the relay output goes to ON/OFF for the specified time then changes back to OFF/ON. This function can be used to open/close garage doors, blinds, curtains, etc. or to turn attached devices like security OFF for a short time. The time values can be configured from 0 to 43200 sec (12 hours). Note: If the parameter value is set to “0” it will operate as a short contact (about 0.5 sec).
25
2
0
RELAY5 TIMER DURATION
Timer mode duration for button 5. This parameter specifies the duration in seconds for the Timer mode (value 5 or 6 in Parameters 34). Press the button and the relay output goes to ON/OFF for the specified time then changes back to OFF/ON. This function can be used to open/close garage doors, blinds, curtains, etc. or to turn attached devices like security OFF for a short time. The time values can be configured from 0 to 43200 sec (12 hours). Note: If the parameter value is set to “0” it will operate as a short contact (about 0.5 sec).
26
1
0
RELAY INVERSE GROUP1
Group 1 relay inverse mode. The valid values are the following: 0, 12, 13, 14, 15, 21, 23, 24, 25, 31, 32, 34, 35, 41, 42, 43, 45, 51, 52, 53, 54
27
1
0
RELAY INVERSE GROUP2
Group 2 relay inverse mode. The valid values are the following: 0, 12, 13, 14, 15, 21, 23, 24, 25, 31, 32, 34, 35, 41, 42, 43, 45, 51, 52, 53, 54
28
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
29
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
3
1
0
HOUR
Time Hour
30
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
31
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO1
Relays control by sensors Group 1 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
32
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO2
Relays control by sensors Group 2 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
33
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO3
Relays control by sensors Group 3 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
34
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO4
Relays control by sensors Group 4 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
35
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO5
Relays control by sensors Group 5 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
36
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO6
Relays control by sensors Group 6 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
37
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO7
Relays control by sensors Group 7. 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
38
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO8
Relays control by sensors Group 8 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
39
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO9
Relays control by sensors Group 9 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
4
1
0
MINUTE
Time Minute
40
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO10
Relays control by sensors Group 10. 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
41
2
0
RELAY1 LOAD POWER
Power load consumption (in Watts) Relay channel 1 in order to calculate total energy consumption relative to the time each relay is ON.
42
2
0
RELAY2 LOAD POWER
Power load consumption (in Watts) Relay channel 2 in order to calculate total energy consumption relative to the time each relay is ON.
43
2
0
RELAY3 LOAD POWER
Power load consumption (in Watts) Relay channel 3 in order to calculate total energy consumption relative to the time each relay is ON.
44
2
0
RELAY4 LOAD POWER
Power load consumption (in Watts) Relay channel 4 in order to calculate total energy consumption relative to the time each relay is ON.
45
2
0
RELAY5 LOAD POWER
Power load consumption (in Watts) Relay channel 5 in order to calculate total energy consumption relative to the time each relay is ON.
46
1
0
S1 ASSOCIATION MODE
Associations mode for external input S1 . These parameters are intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11) have been activated. They define the logic of values changing if one of the buttons on switch connected to external inputs S1-S5 has been held for more than one second.
47
1
0
S2 ASSOCIATION MODE
Associations mode for external input S2. These parameters are intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11) have been activated. They define the logic of values changing if one of the buttons on switch connected to external inputs S1-S5 has been held for more than one second.
48
1
0
S3 ASSOCIATION MODE
Associations mode for external input S3. These parameters are intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11) have been activated. They define the logic of values changing if one of the buttons on switch connected to external inputs S1-S5 has been held for more than one second.
49
1
0
S4 ASSOCIATION MODE
Associations mode for external input S4. These parameters are intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11) have been activated. They define the logic of values changing if one of the buttons on switch connected to external inputs S1-S5 has been held for more than one second.
5
1
10
METER REPORT INTERVAL
Energy Consumption Meter Consecutive Report Interval, minutes
50
1
0
S5 ASSOCIATION MODE
Associations mode for external input S5. These parameters are intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11) have been activated. They define the logic of values changing if one of the buttons on switch connected to external inputs S1-S5 has been held for more than one second.
51
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
52
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
53
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
54
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
55
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
56
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
57
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
58
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
59
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
6
1
1
RELAY1 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 1 control source
60
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
7
1
2
RELAY2 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 2 control source
8
1
3
RELAY3 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 3 control source
9
1
4
RELAY4 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 4 control source
Application Status
COMMAND_CLASS_APPLICATION_STATUS
Association Group Information V3
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO_V3
Association V2
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V2
Basic V2
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V2
Central Scene V3
COMMAND_CLASS_CENTRAL_SCENE_V3
Clock
COMMAND_CLASS_CLOCK
Configuration V4
COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION_V4
Device Reset Locally
COMMAND_CLASS_DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY
Firmware Update Meta-Data V5
COMMAND_CLASS_FIRMWARE_UPDATE_MD_V5
Indicator V3
COMMAND_CLASS_INDICATOR_V3
Manufacturer Specific V2
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC_V2
Meter V5
COMMAND_CLASS_METER_V5
Multi-Channel Association V3
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V3
Multi-Channel V4
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_V4
Powerlevel
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL
Security S0
COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY
Security S2
COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY_2
Supervision
COMMAND_CLASS_SUPERVISION
Switch Binary V2
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_BINARY_V2
Transport Service V2
COMMAND_CLASS_TRANSPORT_SERVICE_V2
Version V3
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION_V3
Z-Wave Plus Info V2
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2
Where to find S2 DSK on product
The device QR code and DSK are printed on the front and rear of the HE-RS01 plus on the additional Security Card included in the packaging.

Classic Inclusion
To add the HE-RS01 to a Z-Wave Network (i.e. “inclusion”), do the following:

1. Ensure the HE-RS01 is Powered On and the LED indicator blinks red slowly (i.e. it is excluded)

2. Start the inclusion mode from the gateway / controller

3. To start the inclusion process on the HE-RS01, double-press the service button on the device (with no more than a one-second interval between presses).

4. The LED indicator will blink green quickly.

5. If the inclusion has been successful, the LED indicator will turn green for three seconds then continue slowly blinking green continuously while the HE-RS01 is Powered On.

6. If the inclusion was not successful, the LED indicator will turn red for three seconds then continue slowly blinking red continuously while Powered On. In that case repeat the inclusion process (2-5) above.
Classic Exclusion
To remove the HE-RS01 from a Z-Wave Network (i.e. “exclusion”), do the following:

1. Ensure the HE-RS01 is Powered On and the LED indicator is slowly blinking green (i.e. it is included in a Z-Wave network).

2. Start the exclusion mode from the gateway/controller.

3. To start the exclusion process on the HE-RS01, double-press the service button on the device (with no more than a one-second interval between presses).

4. The LED indicator will blink red quickly.

5. If the inclusion has been successful, the LED indicator will turn red for three seconds then continue blinking red slowly continuously while the HE-RS01 is Powered On.

6. If the inclusion was not successful, the LED indicator will turn green for three seconds then continue slow blink green all the time the device is Powered On. In that case repeat the exclusion process (2-5) above.



Note: If the HE-RS01 has previously been part of a Z-Wave network and has not been excluded since (the LED indicator will blink green slowly). Inclusion is not possible without first performing an Exclusion or Factory Reset procedure.

Factory Reset Procedure
To reset the HE-RS01 to factory defaults, press and hold the button for six seconds. If successful, the LED indicator will blink white slowly for two seconds, then the device will reboot.

NOTE: This factory reset procedure will change all parameters to the original factory default values and will also exclude the device from any associated Z-Wave network.
S2 Authenticated
S2_AUTHENTICATED
S2 Unauthenticated
S2_UNAUTHENTICATED
Neutral Wire Required
For electric in-wall/wired switches, indicate whether a neutral wire is required for installation.
Switch Type
Describes the type of operator for a switch.
Z-Wave Scene Type
Indicates which of the two types of Z-Wave scene command classes are supported. Scenes or Central Scene
Firmware Updatable
Indicates whether the firmware can be updated and whether it is done by the consumer or a technician.
Switch Load Capacity Current
The amount of switch load energy the product is rated for in Amps

 

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