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ZOOZ Universal Relay - Z-Wave Plus2 Series 700 Universal Multiple Relay

ZEN17

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Z-Wave 700 universal relay for multiple uses. Automates everything: for DC motors, some types of shutters, solenoid valves, pumps, gates, garage doors, etc.

Connect wired door open/close sensors or a low voltage signal to trigger alarms

Quick installation: it is powered by a USB Type C charger or with a 12 or 24V power supply.

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Technical characteristics

Technology Z-Wave 700 Series

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2 double outlets

Convert almost any load between 0 and 240 V into a Z-Wave device. Automate garage doors, motors, pumps and more.

You have a normally open or normally closed relay to choose from on each output. In some cases, such as for reverse polarity motors, you may need to use the NC and NO relay terminals. Connect loads up to 20 A (1/2 hp) for NO applications and up to 10 A (1/4 hp) for NC applications. Check your manual for wiring instructions or ask us for guidance on custom wiring for your installation, we'll be happy to help!

These are dry contact relays, which means that each load can work with its own power supply, independently of the other relay and the ZEN17 device itself, which can be powered by 12-24 V or by a USB C plug (the power supply power is not included).

2 double tickets

Monitor analog sensors and other low voltage or dry contact devices using the smart inputs on your universal relay.

Trigger connected outlets with wall switches or buttons for easy physical control. You can also use a low voltage HVAC or alarm signal to close the circuit on the ZEN17 relays. Remember to connect only one type of input (12-24V or dry) at a time for each output.

You can also disconnect the inputs from the outputs and use them strictly for monitoring purposes. Program each one to display as an open/close, motion, water or on/off notification device on your hub to turn your universal relay into a smart monitor with 2 independently controllable outputs.

What can I use it for?

The Universal Relay lives up to its name. There are many creative ways to implement it in your smart home environment.

The most common use case is full garage door automation. Connect a wired door sensor to the entry side and program it to report opening/closing to your facility. Then connect the remote to the output and separate it from the input trigger so you can use the relay to remotely activate the garage door opener. Automate up to 2 garage doors with a single ZEN17 device.

This model is also ideal for controlling reverse polarity motors such as mosquito nets, blinds or motorized awnings. It is perfect for optimizing the use of energy in your HVAC system by automatically controlling dampers or fans throughout the house.

Do you already have the universal relay in your home automation system? Tell us! Use the hashtag #ZoozHome on social media or contact us directly.

ZEN17 Universal Relay Specifications

These are the technical details of the Universal Relay:

Z-Wave signal frequency: 868.42MHz
Power: 12 - 24V / USB C
Maximum load: NO relays: 20 A, NC relays: 10 A
Range: Up to 350 feet line of sight
Installation and use: Indoors only
Operating temperature: 32-104° F (0-40° C)
Dimensions: 4" x 2.5" x 1.5"

ZEN17 universal relay advanced settings

Here is a complete list of advanced settings (parameters) for the universal relay ZEN17 VER. 1.10:

Power on/off status after power failure


Parameter 1: Set the on/off status of the relays after a power failure.

Values:

0 - ALL relays are forced to be OFF (regardless of state prior to power outage);

1 - ALL relays remember and restore on/off status after power failure (default);

2 - ALL relays forced ON (regardless of state prior to power outage);

3 - Relay 1 remembers and restores on/off status after power failure, relay 2 is forced ON;

4 - Relay 2 remembers and resets on/off status after power failure, relay 1 forced ON.

Size: 1 byte dec

Input type for relay 1 (S1)


Parameter 2: Choose the wall switch or input type you want to connect to the S1 C terminals.

Values:
0 - momentary for lights only;

1 - toggle switch (light on when switch is moved up, light off when switch is moved down);

2 - toggle switch (the state changes each time the switch is actuated);
3 - garage door momentary mode (for Z-Wave control);

4 - leak alarm (water sensor);
5 - heat alarm;

6 - movement alert;

7 - open/close alert (door sensor);

8 - CO alarm;

9 - CO2 alarm;
10 - report on/off (dry contact switch/sensor);

11 - Garage door mode for the relay (momentary contact) and door sensor type for the input (use with hardwired analog door/window sensors and garage door openers).
Default: 2.

NOTE: Press and hold the Z-Wave button for 5 seconds to switch to garage mode manually.
IMPORTANT: If you set this parameter to the value 4-11, you will have to exclude and re-include the device (without changing any settings) for a child device to be created for the input of your choice.

Size: 1 byte dec

Parameter 19: Invert the reported values for your selected input type at terminals S1 C (select the same value you chose for parameter 2 to invert the open and closed circuit values).

Values:
0 - values reported as normally open, not inverted (default);

4 - leak alarm (water sensor);
5 - heat alarm;

6 - movement alert;

7 - open/close alert (door sensor);

8 - CO alarm;

9 - CO2 alarm;
10 - report on/off (dry contact switch/sensor);

NOTE: This will not affect the behavior of the relay if you leave the input tied to the output, it will still activate the relay when the circuit is closed (if it is connected between NO-C), regardless of the reported value. This setting only affects the reports displayed on the hub for the input and does not affect the behavior of the relay (output).
Size: 1 byte dec

Input type for relay 2 (S2)
Parameter 3: Choose the wall switch or input type you want to connect to the S2 C terminals.

Values:

0 - momentary for lights only;

1 - toggle switch (light on when switch is moved up, light off when switch is moved down);

2 - toggle switch (the state changes each time the switch is actuated);
3 - garage door momentary mode (for Z-Wave control);

4 - leak alarm (water sensor);
5 - heat alarm;

6 - movement alert;

7 - open/close alert (door sensor);

8 - CO alarm;

9 - CO2 alarm;
10 - report on/off (dry contact switch/sensor);

11 - Garage door mode for the relay (momentary contact) and door sensor type for the input (use with hardwired analog door/window sensors and garage door openers).
Default: 2.

NOTE: Press and hold the Z-Wave button for 5 seconds to switch to garage mode manually.
IMPORTANT: If you set this parameter to the value 4-11, you will have to exclude and re-include the device (without changing any settings) for a child device to be created for the input of your choice.

NOTE: Click and hold the Z-Wave button (so click and hold a second time) for 5 seconds to change this mode (each time you repeat the button sequence down it will take you to the next mode on the screen). setting).

Size: 1 byte dec

Parameter 20: Invert the reported values for the selected input type on terminals S2 C (select the same value you chose for parameter 3 to invert the open and closed circuit values).

Values:
0 - values reported as normally open, not inverted (default);

4 - leak alarm (water sensor);
5 - heat alarm;

6 - movement alert;

7 - open/close alert (door sensor);

8 - CO alarm;

9 - CO2 alarm;
10 - report on/off (dry contact switch/sensor);

NOTE: This will not affect the behavior of the relay if you leave the input tied to the output, it will still activate the relay when the circuit is closed (if it is connected between NO-C), regardless of the reported value. This setting only affects the reports displayed on the hub for the input and does not affect the behavior of the relay (output).
Size: 1 byte dec

LED Indicator Control

Parameter 5: Choose if you want the LED indicator to turn on when the relays are closed (on) or open (off), or if you want it to stay on or off at all times.

Values:

0 - LED indicator turns on when ALL relays are off, LED indicator turns off when any relay is on (default);

1 - LED indicator is on when any relay is on, LED indicator is off when ALL relays are off;

2 - The LED indicator is always off;

3 - The LED indicator is always on.
Press the Z-Wave button 5 times quickly to change the mode manually.

Size: 1 byte dec

Auto-off timer for relay 1

Parameter 6: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the device connected to Relay 1 to automatically turn off once it has been turned on. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes, seconds or hours (set the unit in Par. 15).
Values: 0 - timer disabled (default); 1-65535.
Size: 4 bytes dec.

Auto-off timer unit for relay 1
Parameter 15: Choose between seconds, minutes and hours as the unit for the relay 1 auto-off timer.
Values: 0 - minutes (default); 1 - seconds; 2 hours.
Size: 1 byte dec.

Auto-off timer for relay 1

Parameter 7: Use this parameter to set the time you want the device connected to Relay 1 to turn on automatically after it has turned off. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes, seconds or hours (set the unit in Par. 16).

Values: 0 - timer disabled (default); 1-65535.
Size: 4 bytes dec.

Relay 1 auto-on timer unit
Parameter 16: Choose between seconds, minutes and hours as the unit for the relay 1 auto-on timer.
Values: 0 - minutes (default); 1 - seconds; 2 hours.
Size: 1 byte dec.

Auto-off timer for relay 2

Parameter 8: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the device connected to Relay 2 to automatically turn off or once it has been turned on. The number entered as a value corresponds to the number of minutes, seconds or hours (set the unit in Par. 17).
Values: 0 - timer disabled (default); 1-65535.
Size: 4 bytes dec.

Auto-off timer unit for relay 2
Parameter 17: Choose between seconds, minutes and hours as the unit for the relay 2 auto-off timer.
Values: 0 - minutes (default); 1 - seconds; 2 hours.
Size: 1 byte dec.

Auto-off timer for relay 2

Parameter 9: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the device connected to Relay 2 to turn on automatically after it has turned off. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes, seconds or hours (set the unit in Par. 18).
Values: 0 - timer disabled (default); 1-65535.
Size: 4 bytes dec.

Relay 2 auto-on timer unit
Parameter 18: Choose between seconds, minutes and hours as the unit for the relay 2 auto-on timer.
Values: 0 - minutes (default); 1 - seconds; 2 hours.
Size: 1 byte dec.

Input trigger for relay 1

Parameter 10: Choose if you want the connected input (switch) on S1 C / VC C to trigger the load connected to R1 or if you want to use input reporting for monitoring only and separate output from input.
Values: 0 - input trigger disabled; 1 - input trigger enabled (default).
Size: 1 byte dec.

Input trigger for relay 2

Parameter 11: Choose if you want the connected input (switch) on S2 C / VC C to trigger the load connected to R2 or if you want to use input reporting for monitoring only and separate output from input.
Values: 0 - input trigger disabled; 1 - input trigger enabled (default).
Size: 1 byte dec.

DC motor mode

Parameter 24: Synchronize R1 and R2 together to prevent them from being activated at the same time.
Values:

0 - DC motor mode disabled (the relays will activate whenever they are triggered);

1 - DC motor mode enabled (the relay will check the state of the other relay after being triggered and turn off the other relay or before activating so that only one of the relays is on at the same time).
Default: 0.
Size: 1 byte dec.

MANUAL CONTROL FROM Z-WAVE BUTTON

3 x touch: enter inclusion mode (pairing)

5 x touch: change the mode of the LED indicator (see parameter 5)

Extended Z-Wave info

Name: UNIVERSAL RELAY
Manufacturer:Zooz
Identifier:ZEN17
Z-Wave Certification Number:ZC12-21030204
Hardware Plattform:ZGM130
FLiRS:NO
Role Type:Always On Slave
Short Description:2 Dry Contact NO-C-NC Relays with Adjustable 12-24 and Dry Contact Inputs: Add Z-Wave to Most Analog Devices
Description:FEATURES: - Powerful dry contact NO/NC relays to control loads up to 20 A for NO - Perfect for DC motors, pumps, commercial gates, or HVAC equipment - Control up to 2 connected loads independently or together - Z-Wave or optional wall switch control (toggle or momentary type) - Monitor inputs independently from output control - Built-in timers for each relay to simplify automation - Built-in Z-Wave Plus signal repeater to extend network range - Powered by 12-24 V DC/AC or USB C port for easy set-up - Wall mounting and minimal design for clean installation - NEW 700 Z-Wave chip, S2 security, and SmartStart SPECS: - Model Number: ZEN17 - Z-Wave Signal Frequency: 908.42 MHz - Power: 12-24 V DC/AC or USB C (DON’T use laptop / tablet chargers) - Maximum Load: NO relays: 20 A, NC relays: 10 A - Inputs: dry contact or 12-24 V AC/DC (use 1 input type at a time!) - Range: Up to 200 feet line of sight - Operating Temperature: 32-104° F (0-40° C) - Installation and Use: Indoor only

Manual download HERE.

Group
Max Nodes
Description
1
1
Lifeline communication to the hub
2
5
Basic set for devices associated with relay 1
3
5
Basic set for devices associated with relay 2
Number
Size (Bytes)
Default Value
Name
Description
1
1
1
On Off Status After Power Failure
Set the on off status for the relays after power failure.
10
1
1
Input Trigger for Relay 1
Choose if you’d like the connected input (switch) on S1 C / VC C to trigger the load connected to R1 or if you want to use the input reports for monitoring only and separate the output from the input.
11
1
1
Input Trigger for Relay 2
Choose if you’d like the connected input (switch) on S2 C / VC C to trigger the load connected to R2 or if you want to use the input reports for monitoring only and separate the output from the input.
15
1
0
Auto Turn-Off Timer Unit for Relay 1
Choose between seconds, minutes, and hours as the unit for the auto turnoff timer for Relay 1.
16
1
0
Auto Turn-On Timer Unit for Relay 1
Choose between seconds, minutes, and hours as the unit for the auto turn on timer for Relay 1.
17
1
0
Auto Turn-Off Timer Unit for Relay 2
Choose between seconds, minutes, and hours as the unit for the auto turn off timer for Relay 2.
18
1
0
Auto Turn-On Timer Unit for Relay 2
Choose between seconds, minutes, and hours as the unit for the auto turn on timer for Relay 2.
2
1
2
Input Type for Relay 1 (S1)
Choose the wall switch or input type you want to connect to the S1 C terminals. Press and hold the Z-Wave button for 5 seconds to change to garage mode manually. IMPORTANT: If you set this parameter to value 4-10, you’ll need to exclude and re-include the device (without changing any settings) so that a child device is created for the input of your choice!
24
1
0
DC Motor Mode
Sync R1 and R2 together to prevent them from being activated at the same time.
3
1
2
Input Type for Relay 2 (S2)
Choose the wall switch or input type you want to connect to the S2 C terminals. Click twice, holding the Z-Wave button for 5 seconds the second time to change to garage mode manually. IMPORTANT: If you set this parameter to value 4-10, you’ll need to exclude and re-include the device (without changing any settings) so that a child device is created for the input of your choice!
5
1
0
LED Indicator Control
Choose if you want the LED indicator to turn on when any of the relays are on or if all of them are off, or if you want it to remain on or off at all times.
6
4
0
Auto Turn-Off Timer for Relay 1
Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the device connected to Relay 1 to automatically turn off once it has been turned on. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes, seconds, or hours (set the unit in Par. 15).
7
4
0
Auto Turn-On Timer for Relay 1
Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the device connected to Relay 1 to automatically turn on once it has been turned off. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes, seconds, or hours (set the unit in Par. 16).
8
4
0
Auto Turn-Off Timer for Relay 2
Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the device connected to Relay 2 to automatically turn off once it has been turned on. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes, seconds, or hours (set the unit in Par. 17).
9
4
0
Auto Turn-On Timer for Relay 2
Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the device connected to Relay 2 to automatically turn on once it has been turned off. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes, seconds, or hours (set the unit in Par. 18).
Association Group Information V3
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO_V3
Association V3
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V3
Basic V2
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V2
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
Multi-Channel Association V4
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V4
Multi-Channel V4
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_V4
Notification V8
COMMAND_CLASS_NOTIFICATION_V8
Powerlevel
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL
Security S2
COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY_2
Sensor Binary V2
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_BINARY_V2
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
Under Z-Wave Control > Add device
Classic Inclusion
INCLUSION

1. Initiate inclusion (pairing) in the app (or web interface).

2. TAP THE Z-WAVE BUTTON 3 TIMES QUICKLY if using traditional Z-Wave inclusion.

3. The LED indicator will blink to signal communication and remain on for 2 seconds to confirm inclusion.

Classic Exclusion
1. Bring your Universal Relay close to the Z-Wave hub and power it

2. Put the Z-Wave hub into exclusion mode

3. Click the Z-Wave button 3 times quickly

4. Your hub will confirm exclusion and the Universal Relay will disappear from your controller's device list
Factory Reset Procedure
If your primary controller is missing or inoperable, you may need to reset the device to factory settings. To complete the reset process manually, click the Z-Wave button 4 times quickly, the LED indicator will light up,

then quickly click the Z-Wave button 4 times again. The LED indicator will flash 3 times to confirm successful reset and will then turn off.
Dynamic Capabilities
Additional devices created when input type set to security sensor (Parameters 2-3 set to values 4-10).
Notice of Capability Rediscovery Needed
IMPORTANT: If you set this parameter to value 4-10, you’ll need to exclude and re-include the

device (without changing any settings) so that a child device is created for the input of your

choice!
S2 Authenticated
S2_AUTHENTICATED
S2 Unauthenticated
S2_UNAUTHENTICATED
Color
If the product is only available in one color, pick the color from the list.
Switch Type
Describes the type of operator for a switch.
Electric Load Type
Select the electric load type(s) supported by the device.
Firmware Updatable
Indicates whether the firmware can be updated and whether it is done by the consumer or a technician.
Loads Controlled
The number of different loads controllable by the product if it supports more than one.
Switch Load Capacity Current
The amount of switch load energy the product is rated for in Amps

 

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ZOOZ Universal Relay - Z-Wave Plus2 Series 700 Universal Multiple Relay

ZOOZ Universal Relay - Z-Wave Plus2 Series 700 Universal Multiple Relay

Z-Wave 700 universal relay for multiple uses. Automates everything: for DC motors, some types of shutters, solenoid valves, pumps, gates, garage doors, etc.

Connect wired door open/close sensors or a low voltage signal to trigger alarms

Quick installation: it is powered by a USB Type C charger or with a 12 or 24V power supply.

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