Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat 2 - micromódulo termostato Z-Wave+

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Characteristic Consumption Measurement

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Name: Flush On/Off Thermostat 2
Manufacturer:QUBINO
Identifier:ZMNKID1
Z-Wave Certification Number:ZC10-19086722
Hardware Plattform:ZM5202
FLiRS:NO
Role Type:Always On Slave
Short Description:The Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat 2 is ideal for remotely controlling electric or water-based underfloor heating systems, electric water heaters, hot water pumps, electric radiators, and similar devices.
Description:The Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat 2 can measure the power consumption of the connected electrical device and itself has an extremely low power consumption of just 0.4 W. On/Off Thermostat 2 can operate across a wide temperature range, from a chilly -10˚C to a scorching 40˚C (14˚–104˚F) it allows to create complex scenes and switch any device relative to a set temperature range. - It supports SmartStart inclusion for quick set up - Automatically turn the device on if the temperature is too low (antifreeze) - Automatically turn the device on/off based on Hysteresis - Works on 110-240 VAC or 24-30 VDC

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Group
Max Nodes
Description
1
5
Supports the following commands: • Device Reset Locally: triggered upon request, • Sensor multilevel report: triggered upon temperature change, • Meter report: triggered upon energy consumption change according to configuration parameters 40, 42, • Notification report: triggered upon current overload detection, • Thermostat mode: triggered upon thermostat mode change • Thermostat operating state: triggered upon thermostat operating state (Idle, Heating, Cooling)
2
5
Supports the following command: • Basic set: triggered by change of output Q
3
5
Supports the following command: • Basic set: triggered when actual temperature reaches Too High or Too Low temperature limit; Heat mode: when temperature reaches Too High Temperature Limit reports OFF (0x00), when temperature reaches Too Low Temperature Limit reports ON (0xFF). Cool mode: when temperature reaches Too High Temperature Limit reports ON (0xFF), when temperature reaches Too Low Temperature Limit reports OFF (0x00). Thermostat off mode reports OFF (0x00) on both limits reached. Hysteresis is 1°C.
4
5
Supports the following command: • Sensor multilevel report: triggered by change of temperature for threshold defined in configuration parameter 120
Number
Size (Bytes)
Default Value
Name
Description
1
1
1
Parameter no. 1 – Input I1 switch type
With this parameter, you can select between push-button (momentary) and on/off toggle switch types. Values (size is 1 byte dec): • default value 1 • 0 - push-button (momentary) • 1 - on/off toggle switch
110
2
0
Parameter no. 110 – Temperature Sensor Offset Settings
Set value is added to or subtracted from the actually measured value to adjust the temperature report sent by an external sensor. Values (size is 2 byte dec): • default value 0 • -270 - 270 NOTE1: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Celsius, then valid interval is -150 – 150 (-15.0 °C – 15.0 °C, resolution 0.1 °C) NOTE2: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, then valid interval is -270 - 270 (-27.0 °F – 27.0 °F, resolution 0.1 °F) NOTE3: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, note that Fahrenheit values will be converted to Celsius degrees. Due to conversion algorithm please be advised that configuration value could drift when converting values back and forth.
120
2
5
Parameter no. 120 – Temperature Sensor Reporting Threshold
This configuration parameters sets reporting threshold between reported temperature and actual temperature for reporting temperature at association group 4. Values (size is 2 byte dec): • Default value 5 = 0.5°C • 0 – Reporting disabled • 0 - 270 NOTE1: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Celsius, then valid interval is 0 – 150 (0 °C – 15.0 °C, resolution 0.1 °C) NOTE2: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, then valid interval is 0 - 270 (0 °F – 27.0 °F, resolution 0.1 °F) NOTE3: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, note that Fahrenheit values will be converted to Celsius degrees. Due to conversion algorithm please be advised that configuration value could drift when converting values back and forth.
4
1
0
Parameter no. 4 – Input 1 contact type
This parameter determines how the switch or push-button is connected. Values (size is 1 byte dec): • default value 0 • 0 - NO (normally open) input type • 1 - NC (normally close) input type
40
1
10
Parameter no. 40 – Watt Power Consumption Reporting Threshold for Q⬆ Load
Choose by how much power consumption needs to increase or decrease to be reported. Values correspond to percentages so if 10 is set, for example, the device will report any power consumption changes of 10% or more compared to the last reading. Values (size is 1 byte dec): • default value 10 • 0 - Power consumption reporting disabled • 1 - 100 = 1% - 100% Power consumption reporting enabled. New value is reported only when Wattage in real time changes by more than the percentage value set in this parameter compared to the previous Wattage reading, starting at 1% (the lowest value possible). NOTE: Power consumption needs to increase or decrease by at least 1 Watt to be reported, REGARDLESS of percentage set in this parameter.
42
2
600
Parameter no. 42 – Watt Power Consumption Reporting Time Threshold for Q⬆
Set value refers to the time interval with which power consumption in Watts is reported (30 – 32767 seconds) starting from time of last Watts reported. If for example 300 is entered, energy consumption reports will be sent to the gateway (hub) every 300 seconds (or 5 minutes). Values (size is 2 byte dec): • default value 600 (600 seconds = 10 minutes) • 0 - Power consumption reporting disabled • 30 - 32767 = 30 - 32767 seconds. Power consumption reporting enabled. Report is sent according to time interval (value) set here. EXAMPLE: If we set value to 30 seconds and the device reports Watts because of percent change of power (parameter 40 - Watt Power Consumption Reporting Threshold) at time = 5 seconds, then the device will send next meter report at time = 35 seconds (assuming the device has not sent report within interval 5 to 35 seconds).
43
2
5
Parameter no. 43 – Hysteresis Upper temperature offset
This parameter defines minimum temperature difference between real measured temperature and set-point temperature to turn device on in heat mode or turn device off in cool mode. Values (size is 2 byte dec): • default value 5 (0.5 °C) • 0 – 450 NOTE1: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Celsius, then valid interval is 0 – 250 (0.0 °C – 25.0 °C, resolution 0.1 °C) NOTE2: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, then valid interval is 0 – 450 (0.0 °F – 45.0 °F, resolution 0.1 °F) NOTE3: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, note that Fahrenheit values will be converted to Celsius degrees. Due to conversion algorithm please be advised that configuration value could drift when converting values back and forth.
44
2
5
Parameter no. 44 – Hysteresis Lower temperature offset
This parameter defines minimum temperature difference between real measured temperature and set-point temperature to turn device off in heat mode or turn device on in cool mode. Values (size is 2 byte dec): • default value 5 (0.5 °C) • 0 - 450 NOTE1: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Celsius, then valid interval is 0 – 250 (0.0 °C – 25.0 °C, resolution 0.1 °C) NOTE2: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, then valid interval is 0 – 450 (0.0 °F – 45.0 °F, resolution 0.1 °F) NOTE3: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, note that Fahrenheit values will be converted to Celsius degrees. Due to conversion algorithm please be advised that configuration value could drift when converting values back and forth.
45
2
50
Parameter no. 45 – Antifreeze
Set value determines at which temperature the device will be turned on even (if the thermostat was manually set to off). Values (size is 2 byte dec): • default value 50 (5.0 °C) • -125 - 545 • 1000 - Antifreeze functionality disabled NOTE1: Antifreeze is activated only in heating mode and it uses hysteresis of ±0.5°C. NOTE2: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Celsius, then valid interval is -125 – 125 (-12.5 °C – 12.5 °C, resolution 0.1 °C) NOTE3: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, then valid interval is 95 – 545 (9.5 °F – 54.5 °F, resolution 0.1 °F) NOTE4: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, note that Fahrenheit values will be converted to Celsius degrees. Due to conversion algorithm please be advised that configuration value could drift when converting values back and forth.
59
1
0
Parameter no. 59 - Thermostat mode
This parameter determines how the device will operate if it will operate in the heating mode or in the cooling mode. The range of the hysteresis will remain the same, only operation will change from heating to cooling and vice versa Values (size is 1 byte dec): • default value 0 • 0 - Heat mode • 1 - Cool mode NOTE1: After parameter change, first exclude device (without setting parameters to default value) and then re include the device!
60
2
50
Parameter no. 60 – Too low temperature limit
This parameter determines the temperature at which the device sends a command to the associated device - to turn ON device or to turn OFF device: Values (size is 2 byte dec): • Default value 50 (Too low temperature limit is 5.0 °C) • -150 - 2120 NOTE1: Too low temperature limit is used with Association Group 3. NOTE2: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Celsius, then valid interval is -150 – 1000 (-15.0 °C – 100.0 °C, resolution 0.1 °C) NOTE3: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, then valid interval is 50 – 2120 (5.0 °F – 212.0 °F, resolution 0.1 °F) NOTE4: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, note that Fahrenheit values will be converted to Celsius degrees. Due to conversion algorithm please be advised that configuration value could drift when converting values back and forth.
61
2
700
Parameter no. 61 – Too high temperature limit
This parameter determines the temperature at which the device sends a command to the associated device, to turn ON device or to turn OFF device. Values (size is 2 byte dec): • default value 700 (too high temperature limit is 70.0 °C) • 1 - 2120 NOTE1: Too high temperature limit is used with Association Group 3. NOTE2: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Celsius, then valid interval is 1 – 1000 (0.1 °C – 100.0 °C, resolution 0.1 °C) NOTE3: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, then valid interval is 322 – 2120 (32.2 °F – 212.0 °F, resolution 0.1 °F) NOTE4: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, note that Fahrenheit values will be converted to Celsius degrees. Due to conversion algorithm please be advised that configuration value could drift when converting values back and forth.
63
1
0
Parameter no. 63 – Output switch selection
Set value determines the type of the device connected to the on/off output. The output type can be normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC). Values (size is 1 byte dec): • default value 0 • 0 - When switch/device is off the output is 0V (NC). • 1 - When switch/device is off the output is 240V or 24V (NO).
78
1
0
Parameter no. 78 – Scale Selection
This parameter determines in which measurement unit the device will report temperature (Fahrenheit or Celsius) and determines the scale the configuration parameters (43, 44, 44, 45, 60, 61, 110, 120) are interpreted as. Values (size is 1 byte dec): • Default value 0 = degrees Celsius • 0 = degrees Celsius • 1 = degrees Fahrenheit NOTE1: This scale has influence on Temperature reporting. The device is capable of receiving a Set point in all supported scales. NOTE2: This configuration parameter has impact on configuration parameters 43, 44, 44, 45, 60, 61, 110, 120. If scale is set to degrees Fahrenheit configuration values at parameters 43, 44, 44, 45, 60, 61, 110, 120 will be converted to degrees Celsius. Please note that converted values could drift when converting values back and forth.
Basic V2
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V2
Association Group Information V3
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO_V3
Association V2
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V2
Basic V2
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V2
Configuration
COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION
Device Reset Locally
COMMAND_CLASS_DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY
Manufacturer Specific V2
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC_V2
Meter V4
COMMAND_CLASS_METER_V4
Notification V8
COMMAND_CLASS_NOTIFICATION_V8
Powerlevel
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL
Security S0
COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY
Security S2
COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY_2
Sensor Multilevel V7
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL_V7
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 V2
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION_V2
Z-Wave Plus Info V2
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2
Where to find S2 DSK on product
IMPORTANT: When adding the Flush On/Off Thermostat 2 to a Z-Wave network with a controller supporting Security 2 (S2), the PIN code of the Z-Wave Device Specific Key (DSK) is required. The unique DSK code is printed on the product label and a copy is inserted in the packaging, which must not be lost. Do not remove the DSK from the product. As a backup measure, use the label in the packaging.



DSK access via UI

Gateways, which implement the S2 and Smart Start security feature, display an input dialog box, with a full or partial DSK key. The majority of them display a partial DSK (they don't show the PIN code), when the device is included with the S2-Authenticated security scheme. When included with the S2-Unauthenticated, some gateways show the complete DSK while others perform the complete inclusion process without prompting the user with the dialogue.

Classic Inclusion
AUTOMATICALLY ADDING THE DEVICE TO A Z-WAVE NETWORK (SMARTSTART INCLUSION)

1. Scan QR code on device label and add S2 DSK to Provisioning List in gateway (hub)

2. Connect the device to the power supply (with the temperature sensor already connected).

3. Inclusion will be initiated automatically within few seconds of connection to the power supply and the device will automatically enrol in your network (when the device is excluded and connected to the power supply it automatically enters the LEARN MODE state).

NOTE: LEARN MODE state allows the device to receive network information from the controller.

ⓘ SmartStart inclusion is a part of S2 security level, so if you want to use SmartStart, you need to include it as S2 Authenticated.



MANUALLY ADDING THE DEVICE TO A Z-WAVE NETWORK (MANUAL INCLUSION)

1. Enable add/remove mode on your Z-Wave gateway (hub)

2. Connect the device to the power supply (with the temperature sensor already connected*)

3. Toggle the switch connected to the I1 terminal 3 times within 3 seconds (The device has to get On/Off signal 3 times, meaning 3 times click on the push button or with the normal button 3 times On/Off.) (this procedure puts the device in LEARN MODE) in the first minute after power cycle.

OR

If the device is powered by 24 V SELV supply, press and hold the S (Service) button between 3 and 6 seconds (this procedure puts the device in LEARN MODE)

4. A new device will appear on your dashboard

5. Inclusion with the switch connected to I1 terminal is not limited by time

*If connecting the temperature sensor, switch off the power supply.

NOTE1: LEARN MODE state allows the device to receive network information from the controller.





Classic Exclusion
REMOVAL FROM A ZWAVE NETWORK (Z-WAVE EXCLUSION)

1. Connect the device to the power supply

2. Make sure the device is within direct range of your Z-Wave gateway (hub) or use a hand-held Z-Wave remote to perform exclusion

3. Enable add/remove mode on your Z-Wave gateway (hub)

4. Toggle the switch connected to the I1 terminal 3 times within 3 seconds in the first minute after power cycle (The device has to get On/Off signal 3 times, meaning 3 times click on the push button or with the normal button 3 times On/Off).

OR

If the device is powered by 24 V SELV supply, press and hold the S (Service) button between 3 and 6 seconds

5. Exclusion with the switch connected to I1 terminal is not limited by time

6. The device will be removed from your network, but any custom configuration parameters will not be erased

NOTE1: LEARN MODE state allows the device to receive network information from the controller.

NOTE2: After device is excluded you should wait 30 seconds before performing re-inclusion.

Controller Classic Inclusion
AUTOMATICALLY ADDING THE DEVICE TO A Z-WAVE NETWORK (SMARTSTART INCLUSION)

1. Scan QR code on device label and add S2 DSK to Provisioning List in gateway (hub)

2. Connect the device to the power supply (with the temperature sensor already connected).

3. Inclusion will be initiated automatically within few seconds of connection to the power supply and the device will automatically enrol in your network (when the device is excluded and connected to the power supply it automatically enters the LEARN MODE state).

NOTE: LEARN MODE state allows the device to receive network information from the controller.

ⓘ SmartStart inclusion is a part of S2 security level, so if you want to use SmartStart, you need to include it as S2 Authenticated.



MANUALLY ADDING THE DEVICE TO A Z-WAVE NETWORK (MANUAL INCLUSION)

1. Enable add/remove mode on your Z-Wave gateway (hub)

2. Connect the device to the power supply (with the temperature sensor already connected*)

3. Toggle the switch connected to the I1 terminal 3 times within 3 seconds (The device has to get On/Off signal 3 times, meaning 3 times click on the push button or with the normal button 3 times On/Off.) (this procedure puts the device in LEARN MODE) in the first minute after power cycle.

OR

If the device is powered by 24 V SELV supply, press and hold the S (Service) button between 3 and 6 seconds (this procedure puts the device in LEARN MODE)

4. A new device will appear on your dashboard

5. Inclusion with the switch connected to I1 terminal is not limited by time

*If connecting the temperature sensor, switch off the power supply.

NOTE1: LEARN MODE state allows the device to receive network information from the controller.





Controller Classic Exclusion
REMOVAL FROM A ZWAVE NETWORK (Z-WAVE EXCLUSION)

1. Connect the device to the power supply

2. Make sure the device is within direct range of your Z-Wave gateway (hub) or use a hand-held Z-Wave remote to perform exclusion

3. Enable add/remove mode on your Z-Wave gateway (hub)

4. Toggle the switch connected to the I1 terminal 3 times within 3 seconds in the first minute after power cycle (The device has to get On/Off signal 3 times, meaning 3 times click on the push button or with the normal button 3 times On/Off).

OR

If the device is powered by 24 V SELV supply, press and hold the S (Service) button between 3 and 6 seconds

5. Exclusion with the switch connected to I1 terminal is not limited by time

6. The device will be removed from your network, but any custom configuration parameters will not be erased

NOTE1: LEARN MODE state allows the device to receive network information from the controller.

NOTE2: After device is excluded you should wait 30 seconds before performing re-inclusion.

Factory Reset Procedure
FACTORY RESET

1. Connect the device to the power supply

2. Within the first minute (60 seconds) the device is connected to the power supply, toggle the switch connected to the I1 terminal 5 times within 3 seconds (The device has to get On/Off signal 5 times, meaning 5 times click on the push button or with the normal button 5 times On/Off).

OR

If the device is powered by 24 V SELV supply, press and hold the S (Service) button for more than 6 seconds

ⓘBy resetting the device, all custom parameters previously set on the device will return to their default values, and the owner node ID will be deleted. Use this reset procedure only when the main gateway (hub) is missing or otherwise inoperable. If an end device is factory reset, it is reverted to the Z-Wave SmartStart inclusion state.

S2 Authenticated
S2_AUTHENTICATED
S2 Unauthenticated
S2_UNAUTHENTICATED
Color
If the product is only available in one color, pick the color from the list.
Supported Meter Type
Indicate which type of metering is supported by the device.
Electric Load Type
Select the electric load type(s) supported by the device.
Supported Notification Types
Select the Notification Types that the product handles (controllers), or sends (slaves).
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 Modes
Select the mode(s) supported by the thermostat.
Thermostat Power Source
Select one or more supported power sources for a thermostat.
Sensors
Sensor types supported by the product.
Thermostat HVAC Systems Supported
Indicate which HVAC system or systems are supported by the thermostat.
Switch Load Capacity Current
The amount of switch load energy the product is rated for in Amps

 

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