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Z-Wave Plus remote control for wall NODON Octan

CRC-3-1-00

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Z-Wave Plus remote control, which offers different modes of use for the function of its buttons.
The Z-Wave Plus remote control for wall NODON Octan, has a magnet on the back and wall support to be able to fix it on almost any surface

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54,95 €

Technical characteristics

Technology Z-Wave Plus

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The Octan remote control from NodOn® can control any type of Z-Wave or Z-Wave Plus® receiver or trigger programmed scenes through our Z-Wave Control Unit.
It has a built-in magnet that allows you to fix the knob on any metal surface, also includes its specific plate for wall mounting.
Between a remote control and a wall switch, the Octan control will impose new standards on home automation control of the home or office.

Technical data:

Power supply: CR2032 battery - 1.5 to 2 years of service life
4 buttons
Mounting wall bracket with adhesive (included) or screws (not included)
Built-in magnet for metal surface or for use with its support
Operating temperature - 0 ° C to 40 ° C - Altitude - 2.000m
Z-Wave radio protocol ": 868.4MHz - 500 series - Compatible with Z-Wave Plus® SDK 06.51.01
Range: 40m indoor and 80m outdoor
Dimensions: 80 * 80 * 17.5mm (with support) 75 * 46 * 11.5mm (control only)
2 year warranty

Standards:

EN 301489-1 V1.9.2; EN301489-3: V1.4.1
EN 62479: 2011-9
EN 60950-1: 2006 + A11: 2009 + A1: 2010
EN 300220-1: V2.4.1; EN 300220-2: V2.4.1

Compatible with Fibaro Home Center, eedomus, Vera and Zipabox among other Control Units

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Extended Z-Wave info

Name: OCTAN Remote
Manufacturer:NodOn
Identifier:CRC-3-1-0X
Z-Wave Certification Number:ZC10-15060001
Hardware Plattform:ZM5202
FLiRS:NO
Role Type:Portable Controller
Short Description:The OCTAN Remote NodOn® controls any compatible receivers Z-Wave® or Z-Wave Plus®. It can address, directly, up to 4 groups of 8 devices and sent up to 16 different scenes to a Home Automation Gateway.
Description:The OCTAN Remote NodOn® controls any compatible receivers Z-Wave® or Z-Wave Plus®, such as the Smart Plug NodOn®. It can address, directly, up to 4 groups of 8 devices and sent up to 16 different scenes to a Home Automation Gateway. This controller can operate on its own (“Standalone” Mode) or as gateway’s assistant (“Gateway” Mode). The product integrates a LED, which give an intuitive feedback for each operation you perform. Based on an innovative technology, the OCTAN Remote NodOn® is only powered with a CR2032 battery, offering 2 years’ autonomy. A magnetic wall support is included with your OCTAN Remote NodOn®, which allow you to easily install and move it. This support can be screwed or fixed by adhesive bonding. The remote control embeds a small magnet, allowing fixing it on its wall support or on any metallic surface (fridge door, heater, etc.). The OCTAN Remote NodOn® is based on brand new 500 series Z-Wave® module from Sigma Designs®, and supports all the new features of Z-Wave Plus® standard: Longer range (up to 40 meters indoor), lower power consumption, higher data rate transmission, and many more new features.

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Group
Max Nodes
Description
1
1
Z-Wave Plus® Lifeline. This group is used to report information of the OCTAN Remote to the Main Controller of the network.
2
8
Button 1 – MONO – Controlled nodes • A short press will activate (ON) your associated devices • A second short press will deactivate (OFF) your associated devices. If some of the associated devices have dimming features (light dimmer, roller shutter, etc.): • A long press will dim up your associated devices (light, roller shutter, etc.) until you release the button • A second long press on the same button will dim down your associated devices (light, roller shutter, etc.) until you release the button.
3
8
Button 2 – MONO – Controlled nodes • A short press will activate (ON) your associated devices • A second short press will deactivate (OFF) your associated devices. If some of the associated devices have dimming features (light dimmer, roller shutter, etc.): • A long press will dim up your associated devices (light, roller shutter, etc.) until you release the button • A second long press on the same button will dim down your associated devices (light, roller shutter, etc.) until you release the button.
4
8
Button 3 – MONO – Controlled nodes • A short press will activate (ON) your associated devices • A second short press will deactivate (OFF) your associated devices. If some of the associated devices have dimming features (light dimmer, roller shutter, etc.): • A long press will dim up your associated devices (light, roller shutter, etc.) until you release the button • A second long press on the same button will dim down your associated devices (light, roller shutter, etc.) until you release the button.
5
8
Button 4 – MONO – Controlled nodes • A short press will activate (ON) your associated devices • A second short press will deactivate (OFF) your associated devices. If some of the associated devices have dimming features (light dimmer, roller shutter, etc.): • A long press will dim up your associated devices (light, roller shutter, etc.) until you release the button • A second long press on the same button will dim down your associated devices (light, roller shutter, etc.) until you release the button.
6
8
Buttons 1&3 – DUO – Controlled nodes • A short press on button 1 will activate (ON) your associated devices. • A short press on button 3 will deactivate (OFF) your associated devices. If some of the associated devices have dimming features (light dimmer, roller shutter, etc.): • A long press on button 1 will dim up your associated device (light, roller shutter, etc.) until you release the button. • A long press on button 3 will dim down your associated device (light, roller shutter, etc.) until you release the button.
7
8
Buttons 2&4 – DUO – Controlled nodes • A short press on button 2 will activate (ON) your associated devices. • A short press on button 4 will deactivate (OFF) your associated devices. If some of the associated devices have dimming features (light dimmer, roller shutter, etc.): • A long press on button 1 will dim up your associated device (light, roller shutter, etc.) until you release the button. • A long press on button 3 will dim down your associated device (light, roller shutter, etc.) until you release the button.
Number
Size (Bytes)
Default Value
Name
Description
1
1
0
Buttons 1&3 Profile
This parameter configures the behavior of the buttons 1 and 3 when the product is in “Gateway" Mode.
2
1
0
Buttons 2&4 Profile
This parameter configures the behavior of the buttons 2 and 4 when the product is in “Gateway" Mode.
3
1
0
Scene Type
This parameter configures the type of command sent when the product is in “Gateway Centric Mode”, with buttons profile configuration set in SCENE. We strongly advise you to use « CENTRAL SCENE », which is more user friendly. However, some home automation gateways don’t support « CENTRAL SCENE » yet, then you can still use the previous standard « SCENE ACTIVATION ». The user interface of your gateway will then allow you to set-up scenes. Note: If Parameter N°1 or N°2 is not set in SCENE, then this parameter is ignored.
4
1
0
Button 1 Configuration
This parameter configures the behavior of the button 1 in “Gateway" Mode, when set in MONO (refers Parameter N°1 – Buttons 1&3 Profile) Note: If Parameter N°1 is not set in MONO, then this parameter is ignored.
5
1
0
Button 2 Configuration
This parameter configures the behavior of the button 2 in “Gateway" Mode, when set in MONO (refers Parameter N°1 – Buttons 2&4 Profile) Note: If Parameter N°2 is not set in MONO, then this parameter is ignored.
6
1
0
Button 3 Configuration
This parameter configures the behavior of the button 3 in “Gateway" Mode, when set in MONO (refers Parameter N°1 – Buttons 1&3 Profile) Note: If Parameter N°1 is not set in MONO, then this parameter is ignored.
7
1
0
Button 4 Configuration
This parameter configures the behavior of the button 4 in “Gateway" Mode, when set in MONO (refers Parameter N°1 – Buttons 2&4 Profile) Note: If Parameter N°2 is not set in MONO, then this parameter is ignored.
8
1
0
Led Management
This parameter configures the behavior of the Led in "Gateway" Mode.
Application Status
COMMAND_CLASS_APPLICATION_STATUS
Basic
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC
Central Scene
COMMAND_CLASS_CENTRAL_SCENE
Device Reset Locally
COMMAND_CLASS_DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY
Powerlevel
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL
Switch Multilevel
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
Wake Up
COMMAND_CLASS_WAKE_UP
Z-Wave Plus Info
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO
Controller Inclusion
1- Push 3 times (quickly) on the button 3. The LED blinks in blue.

2- Place the device you want to add in “Learning” Mode. To do so, please refer to your device’s user guide. The LED blinks in green to confirm the inclusion.

Note: If you wish to include and associate a device, please refer to ""Other Special Features""
Controller Exclusion
1- Push 3 times (quickly) on the button 2. The LED blinks in blue.

2- Place the device you want to remove in “Learning” Mode. To do so, please refer to your device’s user guide. The LED blinks in green to confirm the exclusion.
Learn Mode (adding another controller)
1- Place your home automation gateway into “Inclusion” Mode. To do so, please refer to your gateway’s user guide.

2- Simultaneously push on buttons 1 and 2, during 1 second. The LED glows in pink to confirm the selection.

3- Push on button 1. The LED blinks in pink to confirm your choice.

4- The LED blinks in green to confirm the procedure
Device Wake-Up
When the product in ""Gateway"" mode, any action on button will send a wake up notification to the gateway.
Factory Reset
Simultaneously push on buttons 3 and 4, during 1 second. The LED will blink red and green to validate the factory reset.

A factory reset will completely delete the memory of the remote control and restore all parameters to default value.
In ""Standalone"" Mode, make sure to remove all the devices added or associated in the remote control's network before performing a factory reset.
In ""Gateway"" Mode, use the factory reset procedure only when the primary controller (i.e the Gateway) is missing or defective. Reset the remote control does not mean that it has been removed from the primary controller memory. Remove the remote control (through the primary controller) before performing a factory reset.
Additional Special Features
Association, in ""Standalone"" mode is performed in 3 steps:

1- Push 3 times (quickly) on the button 1 to activate the ""Association” Mode. The LED glows in blue.

2- Choose which button will control your device.
• A short press on one of the buttons of the remote control (1, 2, 3 or 4) will activate the MONO Profile. The pressed button will then control your device.
• A long press on the button 1 will activate the DUO Profile, combined with the button 3. The button 1 (ON) and button 3 (OFF) will then control your device.
• A long press on the button 2 will activate the DUO Profile, combined with the button 3. The button 2 (ON) and button 4 (OFF) will then control your device.
The LED blinks in blue to confirm your choice.

3-Place the device you want to associate in “Learning” Mode. To do so, please refer to your device’s user guide. The LED of the remote control blinks green to confirm the association process

Careful: In case of a too long association process or others problems during the process, the LED will blink red (Timeout). Please restart the procedure.

Once the association is validated, your remote control is able to control your device. Different actions are possible.

 

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Z-Wave Plus remote control for wall NODON Octan

Z-Wave Plus remote control for wall NODON Octan

Z-Wave Plus remote control, which offers different modes of use for the function of its buttons.
The Z-Wave Plus remote control for wall NODON Octan, has a magnet on the back and wall support to be able to fix it on almost any surface

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