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FIBARO RGBW Controller 2

FGRGBW-442

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This RGB / RGBW controller can control LED strips, RGB / RGBW LEDs, and 12V or 24V light sources. It also allows you to do many other things in Z-Wave home automation

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59,99 €

Technical characteristics

Technology Z-Wave Plus
Characteristic Dimmer

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FIBARO RGBW Controller 2 is a universal controller compatible with Z-Wave Plus.
RGB / RGBW controller.
The FIBARO RGBW Controller 2 uses the PWM output signal, allowing you to
LED strips, RGB, RGBW, halogen lights and other resistive lights.
loads. It can also measure the active power and energy consumed by the
load. The controlled devices can be powered by 12 or 24V DC.
The inputs support momentary / toggle switches and 0-10V analog sensors, such as temperature sensors, humidity sensors, light sensors, etc.

Unleash your fantasy and express your mood with colored light! With the Fibaro RGBW Controller 2 you paint your bathroom with light using LED stripes, adjusted to the temperature of the water in your bathtub. Or have your house light turn red as soon as an alarm sensor is activated. There are 3 million colors at your disposal. So the only limit is your imagination.

Thanks to the compact radio module, you can integrate the connected RGB and RGBW LED lights into your Z-Wave network. With the remote control, smartphone or sensor-controlled automation you can switch and dim the LEDs and select any color value.

Characteristics:

Radio module for the installation of wall boxes
RGBW color select switch, attenuator and function
Energy measurement function
Voltage: 12V or 24V DC
Max. Output: 6 single channel, 12 to all output channels in total
Power consumption: <0.3 W
Up to 4 analog sensors (0-10 V) can be connected (sensors not included in delivery)
Wireless technology: Z-Wave Plus
Security: S2
SmartStart enabled
Dimension: 42 x 38 x 18mm

Extended Z-Wave info

Name: RGBW Controller 2
Manufacturer:FIBARO
Identifier:FGRGBW-442
Z-Wave Certification Number:ZC10-19086715
Hardware Plattform:ZM5101
FLiRS:NO
Role Type:Always On Slave
Short Description:FIBARO RGBW Controller 2 is a universal, Z-Wave Plus compatible RGB/RGBW controller.
Description:FIBARO RGBW Controller 2 is a universal, Z-Wave Plus compatible RGB/RGBW controller. FIBARO RGBW Controller 2 uses PWM output signal, allowing it to control LED, RGB, RGBW strips, halogen lights and other resistive loads. It can also measure active power and energy consumed by the load. Controlled devices may be powered by 12 or 24V DC. Inputs support momentary/toggle switches and 0-10V analog sensors, like temperature sensors, humidity sensors, light sensors etc. Main features of FIBARO RGBW Controller: • Compatible with any certified Z-Wave or Z-Wave Plus controller. • Supports Z-Wave network Security Modes: S0 with AES-128 encryption and S2 Authenticated with PRNG-based encryption. • Works as a Z-Wave signal repeater. • Allows for controlling: » RGB/RGBW LED strip, » one-color LED strips, » halogen lights, » other compliant resistive loads. • Allows for connecting to inputs: » switches/buttons, » 0-10V analog sensors or potentiometers. • Active power and energy metering.

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Group
Max Nodes
Description
1
1
“Lifeline” reports the device status and allows for assigning single device only (main controller by default).
2
5
“RGBW Sync” allows to synchronize state of other FIBARO RGBW Controller 2 devices (do not use with other devices).
3
5
“On/Off (IN1)” is used to turn the associated devices on/off reflecting IN1 operation.
4
5
“Dimmer (IN1)” is used to change level of associated devices reflecting IN1 operation.
5
5
“On/Off (IN2)” is used to turn the associated devices on/off reflecting IN2 operation.
6
5
“Dimmer (IN2)” is used to change level of associated devices reflecting IN2 operation.
7
5
“On/Off (IN3)” is used to turn the associated devices on/off reflecting IN3 operation.
8
5
“Dimmer (IN3)” is used to change level of associated devices reflecting IN3 operation.
9
5
“On/Off (IN4)” is used to turn the associated devices on/off reflecting IN4 operation.
10
5
“Dimmer (IN4)” is used to change level of associated devices reflecting IN4 operation.
Number
Size (Bytes)
Default Value
Name
Description
1
1
0
Remember device status before the power failure
This parameter determines how the device will react in the event of power supply failure (e.g. power outage or taking out from the electrical outlet). After the power supply is back on, the device can be restored to previous state or remain switched off.
150
1
0
Inputs - LED colour control mode
This parameter determines how connected switches control LED strips.
151
2
3
Local control - transition time
This parameter determines time of smooth transition between 0% and 100% when controlling with connected switches.
152
2
3
Remote control - transition time
This parameter determines time of smooth transition between initial and target state when controlling via Z-Wave network.
153
2
1023
Active reports
This parameter allows to select which reports are sent to Lifeline group. Values can be combined. Value 0 means none of the listed reports will be sent.
154
4
0
ON frame value for single click
This parameter defines value sent to devices in association groups. The parameters consist of 4 bytes, each byte reserved for separate channel, from least significant (IN1) to most significant (IN4).
155
4
0
OFF frame value for single click
This parameter defines value sent to devices in association groups. The parameters consist of 4 bytes, each byte reserved for separate channel, from least significant (IN1) to most significant (IN4).
156
4
0
ON frame value for double click
This parameter defines value sent to devices in association groups. The parameters consist of 4 bytes, each byte reserved for separate channel, from least significant (IN1) to most significant (IN4).
157
1
0
Start programmed sequence
Setting this parameter will start programmed sequence with selected number. User can define own sequences via controller.
20
1
2
Input 1 - operating mode
This parameter allows to choose mode of 1st input (IN1). Change it depending on connected device.
21
1
2
Input 2 - operating mode
This parameter allows to choose mode of 2nd input (IN2). Change it depending on connected device.
22
1
2
Input 3 - operating mode
This parameter allows to choose mode of 3rd input (IN3). Change it depending on connected device.
23
1
2
Input 4 - operating mode
This parameter allows to choose mode of 4th input (IN4). Change it depending on connected device.
30
4
0
Alarm configuration - 1st slot
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. X – channels summarized: 1/2/3/4 channel are equal to values 1/2/4/8. Y – sequence number: 1-10 (parameter 157).
31
4
0
Alarm configuration - 2nd slot
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. X – channels summarized: 1/2/3/4 channel are equal to values 1/2/4/8. Y – sequence number: 1-10 (parameter 157).
32
4
0
Alarm configuration - 3rd slot
his 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. X – channels summarized: 1/2/3/4 channel are equal to values 1/2/4/8. Y – sequence number: 1-10 (parameter 157).
33
4
0
Alarm configuration - 4th slot
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. X – channels summarized: 1/2/3/4 channel are equal to values 1/2/4/8. Y – sequence number: 1-10 (parameter 157).
34
4
0
Alarm configuration - 5th slot
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. X – channels summarized: 1/2/3/4 channel are equal to values 1/2/4/8. Y – sequence number: 1-10 (parameter 157).
35
2
600
Duration of alarm signalization
This parameter determines duration of alarm signalization.
40
1
0
Input 1 - sent scenes
This parameter defines which actions result in sending scene ID and attribute assigned to them. Parameter is relevant only if parameter 20 is set to 2, 3 or 4.
41
1
0
Input 2 - sent scenes
This parameter defines which actions result in sending scene ID and attribute assigned to them. Parameter is relevant only if parameter 21 is set to 2, 3 or 4.
42
1
0
Input 3 - sent scenes
This parameter defines which actions result in sending scene ID and attribute assigned to them. Parameter is relevant only if parameter 22 is set to 2, 3 or 4.
43
1
0
Input 4 - sent scenes
This parameter defines which actions result in sending scene ID and attribute assigned to them. Parameter is relevant only if parameter 23 is set to 2, 3 or 4.
61
2
15
Power reports - on change
This parameter determines the minimum change in consumed power that will result in sending new power report to the main controller. For loads under 10W the parameter is not relevant and reports are sent every 2W change. Power reports are sent no oft en than every 30 seconds.
62
2
3600
Power reports - periodic
This parameter determines in what time intervals the periodic power reports are sent to the main controller. Periodic reports do not depend of power change (parameter 61).
63
2
5
Analog inputs reports - on change
This parameter defines minimal change (from the last reported) of analog input voltage that results in sending new report. Parameter is relevant only for analog inputs (parameter 20, 21, 22 or 23 set to 0 or 1). Analog inputs reports (Sensor Multilevel) are sent no often than every 30 seconds.
64
2
0
Analog inputs reports - periodic
This parameter defines reporting period of analog inputs value. Periodical reports are independent from changes in value (parameter 63). Parameter is relevant only for analog inputs (parameter 20, 21, 22 or 23 set to 0 or 1).
65
2
10
Energy reports - on change
This parameter determines the minimum change in consumed energy that will result in sending new energy report to the main controller. Energy reports are sent no often than every 30 seconds.
66
2
3600
Energy reports - periodic
This parameter determines in what time intervals the periodic energy reports are sent to the main controller. Periodic reports do not depend of energy change (parameter 65)
Switch Color V3
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_COLOR_V3
Application Status
COMMAND_CLASS_APPLICATION_STATUS
Association Group Information V2
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO_V2
Association V2
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V2
Central Scene V3
COMMAND_CLASS_CENTRAL_SCENE_V3
Configuration
COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION
CRC16 Encapsulation
COMMAND_CLASS_CRC_16_ENCAP
Device Reset Locally
COMMAND_CLASS_DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY
Firmware Update Meta-Data V4
COMMAND_CLASS_FIRMWARE_UPDATE_MD_V4
Manufacturer Specific V2
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC_V2
Meter V3
COMMAND_CLASS_METER_V3
Multi-Channel Association V3
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V3
Multi-Channel V4
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_V4
Notification V8
COMMAND_CLASS_NOTIFICATION_V8
Powerlevel
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL
Protection V2
COMMAND_CLASS_PROTECTION_V2
Security S0
COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY
Security S2
COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY_2
Sensor Multilevel V11
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL_V11
Supervision
COMMAND_CLASS_SUPERVISION
Switch Color V3
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_COLOR_V3
Transport Service V2
COMMAND_CLASS_TRANSPORT_SERVICE_V2
Version V2
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION_V2
Z-Wave Plus Info V2
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2
Inclusion
To add the device to the Z-Wave network manually:

1. Power the device.

2. Set the main controller in (Security/non-Security Mode) add mode (see the controller’s manual).

3. Quickly, three times click the button.

4. If you are adding in Security S2 Authenticated, scan the DSK QR code or input the underlined part of the DSK (on the device label).

5. LED will start blinking yellow, wait for the adding process to end.

6. Successful adding will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.



To add the device to the Z-Wave network using SmartStart:

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 (on the device label).

3. Power the device.

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



Exclusion
To remove the device from the Z-Wave network:

1. Power the device.

2. Set the main controller into remove mode (see the controller’s manual).

3. Quickly, three times click the button.

4. LED will start blinking yellow, wait for the removing process to end.

5. Successful removing will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.

Factory Reset
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. Resetting to factory defaults does not reset energy consumption memory.

1. Press and hold the button to enter the menu.

2. Release the button when the device glows yellow.

3. Quickly click the button to confirm.

4. After a few seconds the device will be restarted, which is signaled with the red LED colour.



Use re- set procedure only if the primary controller is missing or inoperable.
Device Wake-Up
FIBARO RGBW 2 Controller is powered using DC power supply unit so it is always awake.
Electric Load Type
Select the electric load type(s) supported by the device.
Sensors
Sensor types supported by the product.
Supported Meter Type
Indicate which type of metering is supported by the device.
Color
If the product is only available in one color, pick the color from the list.
Supported Notification Types
Select the Notification Types that the product handles (controllers), or sends (slaves).

 

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FIBARO RGBW Controller 2

FIBARO RGBW Controller 2

This RGB / RGBW controller can control LED strips, RGB / RGBW LEDs, and 12V or 24V light sources. It also allows you to do many other things in Z-Wave home automation

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