HELTUN Termostato Z-Wave para calefacción eléctrica (Blanco)

HE112401

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Name: Heating Thermostat
Manufacturer:HELTUN
Identifier:HE-HT01
Z-Wave Certification Number:ZC12-19120023
Hardware Plattform:ZGM130
FLiRS:NO
Role Type:Always On Slave
Short Description:Advanced Programmable Z-Wave Plus v2 Thermostat for Heating Systems—with S2 security and Smart Start on the Z-Wave 700 platform.
Description:The HE-HT01 is HELTUN’s advanced programmable thermostat for heating systems that is ‘impossibly thin’ on the wall while being packed full of features. It delivers highly accurate comfort control using proprietary technology and four built-in sensors. Even though it stands out only 9mm from the wall, it provides all the information you need at-a-glance without having to touch the display. You can monitor and control the HE-HT01 from anywhere in the world using a Z-Wave hub and your smartphone.* And because it uses the Z-Wave 700 Platform, SmartStart, and S2 Security, the HE-HT01 can be placed up to 100 meters away from the hub and is a snap to install. Best of all, real-time and cumulative energy consumption meters help you save money on energy costs while staying comfortable all year long. The HELTUN HE-HT01 is part of an entire line of smart, connected products designed to provide the best technology has to offer without compromising stylish living. (*hub and smartphone not included)

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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 – “Basic Set On/Off”: is assigned to the HE-HT01 operating state. It sends a Basic Set command with value 0 (Off) when it goes to IDLE state and sends 255 (ON) when it goes into HEATING state.
Number
Size (Bytes)
Default Value
Name
Description
1
1
10
NTC RESISTANCE
Floor Sensor Resistance (kΩ)
10
1
1
TIME FORMAT
Time format
11
1
1
WEEKDAY
Week day. This parameter allows manually adjustment of the day of the week in case if the thermostat is not connected to any Z-Wave gateway or Parameter 09 (auto-correction) is selected as 0.
12
1
0
HOUR
Time hour
13
1
0
MINUTE
Time minutes
14
2
210
AIR TEMP MIN
Air Temperature Minimum in °C, value X 10, e.g. 22.5°C=225 The AIR TEMP MIN value cannot be higher than AIR TEMP MAX value –10
15
2
270
AIR TEMP MAX
Air Temperature Maximum in °C, x10 The AIR TEMP MAX value cannot be lower than AIR TEMP MIN value +10
16
2
180
FLOOR TEMP MIN
Floor Temperature Minimum in °C, x10 The FLOOR TEMP MIN value cannot be higher than FLOOR TEMP MAX value –10
17
2
320
FLOOR TEMP MAX
Floor Temperature Maximum in °C, x10 The FLOOR TEMP MAX value cannot be lower than FLOOR TEMP MIN value +10
18
1
0
DEGREE MODE
Degree mode (C/F) Floor and air temperature, as well as Set Point and all Parameters will be indicated in the chosen mode. Factory default value is degrees Celsius (0).
19
1
0
AIR TEMP CORRECTION
Air Temperature Calibration in °C, x10. This Parameter defines the offset value for room air temperature. If the internal air temperature sensor is not correctly calibrated, then manual calibration can be made by adjusting the values up to ±9.5°C or ±17°F (this value will be added or subtracted from the internal air temperature sensor reading).
2
1
0
S1 INPUT MODE
S1 input mode
20
1
0
FLOOR TEMP CORRECTION
Floor Temperature Calibration in °C, x10. This Parameter defines the offset value for floor temperature. If the external floor temperature sensor is not calibrated properly, then manual calibration can be made by adjusting the values up to ±9.5°C or ±17°F (this value will be added or subtracted from the floor temperature sensor reading).
21
1
5
TEMP HYSTERESYS
Temperature Hysteresis in °C, x10. The HE-HT01 will stabilize the temperature with selected hysteresis. For example, if the SET POINT is set for 25°C and HYSTERESIS is set for 0.5°C the HE-HT01 will change the state to IDLE if the temperature reaches 25.0°C, but it will change the state to HEATING if the temperature becomes lower than 24.5°C. The hysteresis can be changed from 0.2°C to 10.0°C range in Celsius mode, and from 0.3°F to 18.0°F in Fahrenheit mode. The factory default value is 0.5°C (0.9°F).
22
1
1
AUTO BRIGHTNESS
Display auto-brightness control.
23
1
10
MANUAL BRIGHTNESS
Display manual brightness level. The Display Brightness Level Parameter will take effect when Parameter 22 is set to Manual Control (value = 0). Note: The environment illumination is displayed in the TIME position and also can be checked at any time via a Z-Wave gateway.
24
1
15
TOUCH THRESHOLD
Touch buttons sensitivity. 5 = Highly sensitive. 50 = Lowest sensitivity. Note: Setting the sensitivity too high can lead to false touch detection. We recommend not changing this Parameter unless there is a need to do so.
25
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
26
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
27
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
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
6
S1 INPUT ACTION
Mode number for S1 input action
30
1
1
BASIC SET MODE
Mode to switch to on Basic Set Action command receive. This Parameter defines which Operating Mode the HE-HT01 reverts to if the Basic Set command is received. If the Basic Set command value is 0 (OFF state) the HE-HT01 will go to Manual (MAN) mode and switch off the heating element (IDLE mode). If the Basic Set command is 1 or higher (ON state) the HE-HT01 will change the Mode to the corresponding selected Parameter value.
31
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
32
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
33
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
34
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
35
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
36
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
37
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
38
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
39
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
4
1
6
SOURCE TYPE
Source Sensor: 1=A, 2=AF, 3=F, 4=FA, 5=P, 6=PA, 7=PF
40
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
41
1
10
SENSORS REPORT TIME
Sensors consecutive reporting interval, minutes. When the device is connected to the Z-Wave gateway (controller), it periodically sends to the gateway reports from its room & floor temperature, humidity and light sensors even if there are not changes in the values. This Parameter defines the interval between consecutive reports. The value can be adjusted from 1 min to 120 min. Note: If the sensor readings change, the device will send the report to the gateway regardless of this parameter value. In order not to increase traffic on your network, it is not recommended to reduce the value of this parameter. We recommend to reduce the value of this parameter only in case of poor connection, when reports from the device does not always reach the gateway.
42
1
10
CONSUMPTION REPORT TIME
Consumption meter consecutive reporting interval, minutes. This Parameter defines the interval between consecutive reports of real time and cumulative energy consumption data to the gateway. The value can be adjusted from 1 min to 120 min. The factory default value is 10 min. Note: If the sensor readings change, the device will send the report to the gateway regardless of this parameter value. In order not to increase traffic on your network, it is not recommended to reduce the value of this parameter.
43
1
5
TEMPERATURE THRESHOLD
Temperature difference to send to controller, value x10. This parameter determines the change in temperature level (in °C) resulting in temperature sensors report being sent to the gateway. The value of this parameter should be x10, e.g. for 0.4°C use value 40. From 0.5°C to 10°C can be selected. Use the value 0 if there is a need to stop sending the reports. The factory default value is 0.5°C (5).
44
1
2
HUMIDITY THRESHOLD
Humidity difference to send to controller, %. This parameter determines the change in humidity level in % resulting in humidity sensors report being sent to the gateway. From 2% to 25% can be selected. Use the value 0 if there is a need to stop sending the reports. The factory default value is 2.
45
1
50
LIGHT THRESHOLD
Light sensor values difference to send to controller, %. This parameter determines the change in temperature level resulting in temperature sensors report being sent to the gateway. From 10% to 99% can be selected. Use the value 0 if there is a need to stop sending the reports. The factory default value is 50.
46
2
600
MORNING START TIME
Morning start time. Format: HHMM. e.g.08:00 should be sent as 0800
47
2
900
DAY START TIME
Day start time. Format: HHMM.
48
2
1800
EVENING START TIME
Evening start time. Format: HHMM.
49
2
2300
NIGHT START TIME
Night start time. Format: HHMM.
5
2
30
POWER REGULATION ON TIME
Power Regulation ON time, min
50
2
240
MONDAY MORNING TEMP
Monday Morning temperature, valueX10
51
2
200
MONDAY DAYTIME TEMP
Monday Day temperature, valueX10
52
2
230
MONDAY EVENING TEMP
Monday Evening temperature, valueX10
53
2
180
MONDAY NIGHT TEMP
Monday Night temperature, valueX10
54
2
240
TUESDAY MORNING TEMP
Tuesday Morning temperature, valueX10
55
2
200
TUESDAY DAYTIME TEMP
Tuesday Day temperature, valueX10
56
2
230
TUESDAY EVENING TEMP
Tuesday Evening temperature, valueX10
57
2
180
TUESDAY NIGHT TEMP
Tuesday Night temperature, valueX10
58
2
240
WEDNESDAY MORNING TEMP
Wednesday Morning temperature, valueX10
59
2
200
WEDNESDAY DAYTIME TEMP
Wednesday Day temperature, valueX10
6
2
30
POWER REGULATION OFF TIME
Power Regulation OFF time, min
60
2
230
WEDNESDAY EVENING TEMP
Wednesday Evening temperature, valueX10
61
2
180
WEDNESDAY NIGHT TEMP
Wednesday Night temperature, valueX10
62
2
240
THURSDAY MORNING TEMP
Thursday Morning temperature, valueX10
63
2
200
THURSDAY DAYTIME TEMP
Thursday Day temperature, valueX10
64
2
230
THURSDAY EVENING TEMP
Thursday Evening temperature, valueX10
65
2
180
THURSDAY NIGHT TEMP
Thursday Night temperature, valueX10
66
2
240
FRIDAY MORNING TEMP
Friday Morning temperature, valueX10
67
2
200
FRIDAY DAYTIME TEMP
Friday Day temperature, valueX10
68
2
230
FRIDAY EVENING TEMP
Friday Evening temperature, valueX10
69
2
180
FRIDAY NIGHT TEMP
Friday Night temperature, valueX10
7
1
30
DRY TIME
Dry Time, min
70
2
240
SATURDAY MORNING TEMP
Saturday Morning temperature, valueX10
71
2
200
SATURDAY DAYTIME TEMP
Saturday Day temperature, valueX10
72
2
230
SATURDAY EVENING TEMP
Saturday Evening temperature, valueX10
73
2
180
SATURDAY NIGHT TEMP
Saturday Night temperature, valueX10
74
2
240
SUNDAY MORNING TEMP
Sunday Morning temperature, valueX10
75
2
200
SUNDAY DAYTIME TEMP
Sunday Day temperature, valueX10
76
2
230
SUNDAY EVENING TEMP
Sunday Evening temperature, valueX10
77
2
180
SUNDAY NIGHT TEMP
Sunday Night temperature, valueX10
8
1
1
DRY SWITCH MODE
Mode to switch after Dry mode operation completion
9
1
1
TIME CORRECTION
Time correction by controller
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
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 V4
COMMAND_CLASS_METER_V4
Multi-Channel Association V3
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V3
Powerlevel
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL
Security S0
COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY
Security S2
COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY_2
Sensor Multilevel V11
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL_V11
Supervision
COMMAND_CLASS_SUPERVISION
Thermostat Mode V3
COMMAND_CLASS_THERMOSTAT_MODE_V3
Thermostat Operating State
COMMAND_CLASS_THERMOSTAT_OPERATING_STATE
Thermostat Setpoint V3
COMMAND_CLASS_THERMOSTAT_SETPOINT_V3
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 DSK and QR code are printed on the HE-HT01 back panel plus on the manual included in the HE- HT01 packaging.
Factory Reset Procedure
By pressing and holding the “MODE” key for ten seconds, the HE-HT01 will enter Factory Reset Mode, displaying “REs” in the left bottom corner, “y” in top left corner and “n” in top right corner. Press the Plus (+) button to revert to factory settings, or the Heating Element button to cancel. The factory reset will change all the Parameters to their original factory default values and will also Exclude the device from any Z-Wave network.

Please use this procedure only when the network primary controller is missing or otherwise inoperable.
Classic Exclusion
To remove HE-HT01 from a Z-Wave network (exclusion), do the following:

1. Enter “SETTINGS” Mode by pressing and holding the Gear button for three seconds.

2. Scroll menu to “Parameter 31 – nEt” using the Heating Element button to scroll up, and the “MODE” button to scroll down.

3. The current state of the network will display in the Parameter Value position (upper right). It should display “InC”. Note: If “EcL” is displayed, the HE-HT01 is already Excluded.

4. Start the Exclusion Mode from the gateway/controller.

5. Press the Minus “–” button in the HE-HT01 Parameter 31 to start the Exclusion process

6. Note that lines will be moving in the Parameter value position (upper right).

7. The Antenna icon should appear in the bottom right corner and “EcL” in the value position if the Exclusion was successful.

8. If the Antenna with signal strength bars icon or “InC” in value position are displayed, repeat the Exclusion process.

Classic Inclusion
To add HE-HT01 into a Z-Wave network (inclusion), do the following:

1. Enter “SETTINGS” Mode by pressing and holding the Gear button for three seconds.

2. Scroll menu to “Parameter 31 – nEt” using the Heating Element button to scroll up, and the “MODE” button to scroll down.

3. The current state of the network will display in the Parameter Value position (upper right). It should display “EcL”. Note: If “Inc” is displayed, the HE-HT01 must first be Excluded from an existing Z-Wave network (see “Exclusion” below).

4. Start the Inclusion Mode from the gateway/controller.

5. On the HE-HT01 in the Parameter 31 press the Plus “+” key to start the Inclusion process.

6. Note that lines will be moving in the Parameter value position (upper right).

7. The Antenna with signal strength bars icon should appear at the bottom right corner if Inclusion was successful.

8. If only the Antenna icon is displayed or “Err” is on Value position, the HE-HT01 Inclusion was not successful (try repeating steps 4-7).

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 Load Capacity Current
The amount of switch load energy the product is rated for in Amps
Switch Load Capacity Watts
The amount of switch load energy the product is rated for in Watts
Switch Type
Describes the type of operator for a switch.
Thermostat HVAC Systems Supported
Indicate which HVAC system or systems are supported by the thermostat.
Thermostat Modes
Select the mode(s) supported by the thermostat.
Thermostat Power Source
Select one or more supported power sources for a thermostat.
Firmware Updatable
Indicates whether the firmware can be updated and whether it is done by the consumer or a technician.

 

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