Name: WiDom Smart Plug
Z-Wave Certification Number:ZC10-19046462
Role Type:Always On Slave
Short Description:Smart Plug is able to detect overvoltage and/or overcurrent cases and through a multicolor LED can send alerts. Furthermore, it protects appliances from eventual overload. A very innovative design, which integrates a complex system that allows a precise energy consumption monitoring.
Description:Smart Plug is able to detect overvoltage and/or overcurrent cases and through a multicolor LED can send alerts. Furthermore, it protects appliances from eventual overload. A very innovative design, which integrates a complex system that allows a precise energy consumption monitoring. The integration of these features in its very small size product, make it unique on the market.
Alerts and visual feedback with RGB LED
An RGB LED on the device provides visual feedback for overvoltage and / or overcurrent and overpower detection.
Small size and innovative design
The WiDom Smart Plug has an elegant design and small size that allows a perfect integration in any home environment.
Monitoring of energy consumption
Within the WiDom Smart Plug is integrated a very precise energy consumption meter that allows you to monitor the consumption of the connected equipment.
Simplified device inclusion and exclusion
WiDom Smart Plug can be included in any Z-Wave network and work with Z-Wave devices from any other company. WiDom Smart Plug, used as a constantly powered node, will act as a signal repeater to increase network reliability. WiDom Smart Plug is compatible with all Z-Wave certified controllers.
Associations and Multiclick
WiDom Smart Plug can control, through association, other devices of the Z-Wave network in which is included, when an event of overcurrent, overvoltage or events on the Push Button occur. It is possible to activate a multiclick recognition, for example, you can check with a single click the load connected to the Smart Plug and double-click the associated devices.
Zero crossing - Contact protection technology
To reduce the electrical stress on the relay contacts and ensure a longer life, the open / closed switching of the device always occur when the instantaneous value of voltage is 0.
The Smart Roller Shutter uses a strong and secure S2 protection system, which provides advanced security features and eliminates the risk of hacking of devices.
Nodes belonging to this groups will be controlled by a basic set if over current event occur;
Nodes belonging to this groups will be controlled by a basic set if over voltage event occur;
Nodes belonging to this groups will be controlled by a basic set if the button receive one click
Nodes belonging to this groups will be controlled by a basic set if the button receive two clicks
Local load control
Defines which sequences of click control the local load.
Overcurrent Alarm Reset
Define how to reset the over-current alarm and breaks off the red blinking.
Level used to control the devices associated to group 2
Define how to control the devices associated to the overcurrent alarm.
Level used to control the devices associated to group 4 (
Defines how to control the devices associated to 1 click event.
Level used to control the devices associated to group 5
Defines how to control the devices associated to 2 clicks event.
Defines the voltage level (in Volts) beyond which an overvoltage event is identified and the overvoltage timer is activated. The timer is reset when the event ceases, i.e. when the voltage returns below the overvoltage level. As soon as an overvoltage event occurs, the LED starts a BLUE blinking. If the overvoltage event ceases before the overvoltage timer expires, the blue blinking is stopped, otherwise the alarm is generated and the blinking reset is established by parameter 6.
Define the time (seconds) in which the voltage must persist above the overvoltage level so that an alarm is generated.
Define how to reset the overvoltage alarm and breaks off the blue blinking.
Level used to control the devices associated to group 3
Define how to control the devices associated to the overvoltage alarm
Defines the current level (in Amps) beyond which an overcurrent event is identified and the overcurrent timer is activated. The timer is reset when the event ceases, i.e. when the current returns below the overcurrent level. As soon as an overcurrent event occurs, the led starts a red blinking. If the overcurrent event ceases before the overcurrent timer expires, the red blinking is stopped, otherwise the alarm is generated and the blinking reset is established by parameter 10.
Define the time (seconds) in which the current must persist above the overcurrent level so that an alarm is generated and the relay is opened.
Association Group Information V2
Firmware Update Meta-Data V4
Manufacturer Specific V2
Multi-Channel Association V3
Transport Service V2
Z-Wave Plus Info V2
Triple clicks on the integrated button.
As soon as the device has been removed form the network it will be reset to the factory setting.
Triple clicks on the integrated button
Switch Load Capacity Watts
The amount of switch load energy the product is rated for in Watts
Describes the type of operator for a switch.
Indicates whether the firmware can be updated and whether it is done by the consumer or a technician.
Supported Meter Type
Indicate which type of metering is supported by the device.
Switch Load Capacity Current
The amount of switch load energy the product is rated for in Amps