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HELTUN - Z-Wave touch switch + 5 channels (color White)

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The HELTUN 5-channel touch panel wall switch replaces an existing wall switch and allows manual or remote (On / Off) controls. White color

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IT'S YOUR COMFORT. TAKE CONTROL OF THE SAME.
The HELTUN 5-channel wall-mounted touch switch replaces an existing wall switch and allows manual or remote control of switches (on / off) for lights, blinds, motors and heating systems with a maximum load of 5A for each channel.

Elegance
Powerful, efficient and well designed, HELTUN is the thinnest and most elegant switch on the market. Equipped with a crystal glass, its recycled plastic housing resistant to fire and short circuit has a thickness of only 9 mm.

Design
HELTUN is perfectly adapted to your interior design and is available in 24 combinations: 4 frame colors (silver, chrome, black and white) and 6 types of glass (white, black, yellow, green, red and blue), you can choose any style that suits your tastes.

Internal sensors
HELTUN switches also have integrated temperature, humidity and light sensors.

Heltun Sensors and Touch

Tickets and departures
The main power input is 100-250VAC. The Heltun Switcher has 5 relay outputs each with a maximum load of 5A. It also has two independent inputs for relay channels that allow you to control systems with different power supplies or use the outputs as dry contacts. For example, to turn on / off the 220VAC light and control the motorized valve with a 24VDC power supply.

Input 1 with the necessary power supply is for relay channels 1, 2 and 3, which can be charged up to a maximum of 15A.

Input 2 with the necessary power supply is for relay channels 4 and 5, which can be charged up to a maximum of 10A.

Rear connections touch switch Heltun

Know your energy consumption
With the energy consumption system integrated in the HELTUN switch, you can accurately monitor the amount of energy used during a particular day, week or month for each channel. Simply specify the load consumption in watts for each relay channel and the special logic will calculate the total consumption in relation to the time elapsed since the output is in the ON state.

Custom functions
1) Each touch button can be configured to control any relay output. Up to five relay outputs can be controlled per button.

2) 4 different modes for each relay control: only ON, only OFF, invert, hold (change to On when the button is pressed and switch to Off when the button is released)

3) The relay outputs can be controlled by timer: press the button the relay will turn on and after the specified time it will turn off automatically. This function can be used to open / close garage doors, blinds, curtains, etc.

4) Each button, backlight and relay is completely independent. They are managed by the main controller or associated device. In this state, the buttons can be used to execute scenarios and the backlighting can indicate the mode or status of the device.

Buttons
The panel has 5 touch buttons that are super sensitive and react even before physical contact, in fact the treatment is done at a distance of 1-2mm. Each button has a backlight of two colors (red and blue).

You can manually control 4 different brightness levels of each color backlight by adjusting the value in the settings or in automatic mode. The automatic brightness control transparently adjusts the backlight level of the keys to ambient light conditions, making it easy to use even in the dark.

Touch switch Heltun

Easy to install
HELTUN units can be easily installed on any standard wall bracket (rectangular or round). No special skills are required for installation.

Z-Wave Plus S2 certificate
Connect your HELTUN devices to the home automation control system using the latest Z-Wave Plus secure chip with the new Security 2 (S2) framework (AES 256 encryption method for data transfer).

The HELTUN Switcher is compatible with all Z-WAVE certified controllers and devices.

With the Z-Wave controller, you can manage all the functions of the switches through a mobile application, including the simulation of each button press, the display of accurate energy consumption graphics and much more.

In addition, up to 10 separate devices can be connected to the switch. You can combine any Z-Wave compatible relay with the Heltun switch and control door locks, valves, blinds, curtains and other motorized systems.

FUNCTIONS:

5-channel touch switch Z-Wave +
Inclusion / exclusion in a Z-Wave network
Control by association of 10 devices in the network
Customization of touch key functions
Activate only the relay
Deactivate only the relay
Reverse the status of the relay
Hold function (push button switch)
Choosing the relay channel for each button
Up to 5 different channels can be controlled with a button
Output relay controlled by time
Configure each button to control another device in the association group
Inverted backlight colors
Energy consumption meter for each channel
Calibration of temperature sensors
Adjustable LCD screen brightness: automatic or manual
Cancellation of the consumption meter
Return to the factory settings
OTA function (firmware update Over The Air)
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions of the front frame: 89x89x9mm
Rear dimensions: 53x53x28mm
Material: Flame retardant plastic, tempered glass
Structure colors: White
Glass colors: White
5 sensitive capacitive touch buttons
LED backlight red and blue for each button
4 adjustable brightness levels for backlighting
5-channel relay output, resistive load of up to 5A each
2 independent inputs for the relay channel
Operating temperature: -10 ° C to +60 ° C
Power: 100V - 230VAC, 50Hz / 60Hz
Power consumption: 2 W
Maximum resistive load: 5A for each channel
Relay lifespan: 100,000 switches
Internal ambient light sensor
Internal temperature sensor
Measuring range: -40 ° C to +125 ° C
Accuracy: ± 0.5 ° C
Internal humidity sensor
Measuring range: 0 to 80% RH
Accuracy: ± 3.0% RH
Energy consumption meter
Protection class: IP21
Z wave frequency: EU-868/869 MHz
Z-Wave SDK: V6.71
Z-Wave Plus Module: ZM5202

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Extended Z-Wave info

Name: Touch Panel Switch Quinto
Manufacturer:HELTUN
Identifier:HE-TPS05
Z-Wave Certification Number:ZC12-20040048
Hardware Plattform:ZGM130
FLiRS:NO
Role Type:Always On Slave
Short Description:Advanced Programmable Z-Wave Plus v2 Wall Touch Panel Switch Quinto—with S2 security and SmartStart on the Z-Wave 700 platform.
Description:The HELTUN HE-TPS05 is an advanced programmable Z-Wave Plus v2 touch panel switch that controls many devices, including lights, dimmers, blinds, curtains, door locks, motorized valves, roller shutters, and more. Features: • Five-channel 5-amp relays with dry contact inputs • Five programmable touch buttons with two-color backlights • All buttons fully customizable to control one to five relays • Five modes configurable for each button • Each relay may be controlled by a timer or on a week schedule • Separate relays & backlights control from gateway or associated devices • Controls Scenes of gateway by touch buttons (pressed, held, released) • Built-in light, temperature, and humidity sensors • Power Consumption logic monitors energy usage • 20 association groups • Incorporates HELTUN Advanced Zero-Cross Technology • ‘Impossibly thin’ at only 9mm The HELTUN HE-TPS05 is part of an entire line of smart, connected products designed to provide the best technology has to offer without compromising stylish living.

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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 – “Touch 1 Basic Set”: is assigned to touch N1. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
3
1
Group 3 – “Touch 1 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to touch N1. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when touch N1 was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices.
4
1
Group 4 – “Touch 2 Basic Set”: is assigned to touch N2. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
5
1
Group 5 – “Touch 2 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to touch N2. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when touch N1 was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices.
6
1
Group 4 – “Touch 3 Basic Set”: is assigned to touch N3. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
7
1
Group 7 – “Touch 3 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to touch N3. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when touch N1 was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices.
8
1
Group 8 – “Touch 4 Basic Set”: is assigned to touch N4. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
9
1
Group 9 – “Touch 4 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to touch N4. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when touch N1 was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices.
10
1
Group 10 – “Touch 5 Basic Set”: is assigned to touch N5. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
11
1
Group 11 – “Touch 5 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to touch N5. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when touch N1 was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices.
12
1
Group 12 – “LED 1 Basic Set”: is assigned to LED N1. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
13
1
Group 13 – “LED 2 Basic Set”: is assigned to LED N2. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
14
1
Group 14 – “LED 3 Basic Set”: is assigned to LED N3. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
15
1
Group 14 – “LED 4 Basic Set”: is assigned to LED N4. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
16
1
Group 16 – “LED 5 Basic Set”: is assigned to LED N5. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
17
1
Group 17 – “Relay 1 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N1. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
18
1
Group 18 – “Relay 2 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N2. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
19
1
Group 19 – “Relay 3 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N3. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
20
1
Group 20 – “Relay 4 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N4. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
21
1
Group 21 – “Relay 5 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N5. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
Number
Size (Bytes)
Default Value
Name
Description
1
1
1
TIME CORRECTION
Time correction by controller
10
1
15
TOUCH SENSITIVITY
Touch buttons sensitivity: 10=Supper sensitive. 50=lowest sensitivity.
11
1
0
TEMP SENSOR CORRECTION
Temperature sensor calibration, x10
12
1
1
BACKLIGHT ACTIVE COLOR
Active state backlight color
13
1
1
BACKLIGHT AUTO BRIGHTNESS
Backlight auto-brightness control
14
1
10
BACKLIGHT MANUAL BRIGHTNESS LEVEL
Backlight brightness in manual mode. The Backlight Brightness Level Parameter will take effect when Parameter 13 is set to Manual Control (value = 0).
15
1
1
BACKLIGHT1 CONTROL SOURCE
Backlight 1 control source
16
1
1
BACKLIGHT2 CONTROL SOURCE
Backlight 2 control source
17
1
1
BACKLIGHT3 CONTROL SOURCE
Backlight 3 control source
18
1
1
BACKLIGHT4 CONTROL SOURCE
Backlight 4 control source
19
1
1
BACKLIGHT5 CONTROL SOURCE
Backlight 5 control source
2
1
1
WEEKDAY
The day of the week (starting from Monday)
20
1
1
RELAY1 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 1 control source
21
1
2
RELAY2 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 2 control source
22
1
3
RELAY3 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 3 control source
23
1
4
RELAY4 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 4 control source
24
1
5
RELAY5 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 5 control source
25
1
1
HOLD1 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 1
26
1
1
HOLD2 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 2
27
1
1
HOLD3 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 3
28
1
1
HOLD4 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 4
29
1
1
HOLD5 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 5
3
1
0
HOUR
Time Hour
30
1
1
CLICK1 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 1
31
1
1
CLICK2 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 2
32
1
1
CLICK3 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 3
33
1
1
CLICK4 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 4
34
1
1
CLICK5 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 5
35
2
0
RELAY1 TIMER DURATION
Timer mode duration for button 1. This parameter specifies the duration in seconds for the Timer mode (value 5 or 6 in Parameters 30). Press the button and the relay output goes to ON/OFF for the specified time then changes back to OFF/ON. This function can be used to open/close garage doors, blinds, curtains, etc. or to turn attached devices like security OFF for a short time. The time values can be configured from 0 to 43200 sec (12 hours). Note: If the parameter value is set to “0” it will operate as a short contact (about 0.5 sec).
36
2
0
RELAY2 TIMER DURATION
Timer mode duration for button 2. This parameter specifies the duration in seconds for the Timer mode (value 5 or 6 in Parameters 31). Press the button and the relay output goes to ON/OFF for the specified time then changes back to OFF/ON. This function can be used to open/close garage doors, blinds, curtains, etc. or to turn attached devices like security OFF for a short time. The time values can be configured from 0 to 43200 sec (12 hours). Note: If the parameter value is set to “0” it will operate as a short contact (about 0.5 sec).
37
2
0
RELAY3 TIMER DURATION
Timer mode duration for button 3. This parameter specifies the duration in seconds for the Timer mode (value 5 or 6 in Parameters 32). Press the button and the relay output goes to ON/OFF for the specified time then changes back to OFF/ON. This function can be used to open/close garage doors, blinds, curtains, etc. or to turn attached devices like security OFF for a short time. The time values can be configured from 0 to 43200 sec (12 hours). Note: If the parameter value is set to “0” it will operate as a short contact (about 0.5 sec).
38
2
0
RELAY4 TIMER DURATION
Timer mode duration for button 4. This parameter specifies the duration in seconds for the Timer mode (value 5 or 6 in Parameters 33). Press the button and the relay output goes to ON/OFF for the specified time then changes back to OFF/ON. This function can be used to open/close garage doors, blinds, curtains, etc. or to turn attached devices like security OFF for a short time. The time values can be configured from 0 to 43200 sec (12 hours). Note: If the parameter value is set to “0” it will operate as a short contact (about 0.5 sec).
39
2
0
RELAY5 TIMER DURATION
Timer mode duration for button 5. This parameter specifies the duration in seconds for the Timer mode (value 5 or 6 in Parameters 34). Press the button and the relay output goes to ON/OFF for the specified time then changes back to OFF/ON. This function can be used to open/close garage doors, blinds, curtains, etc. or to turn attached devices like security OFF for a short time. The time values can be configured from 0 to 43200 sec (12 hours). Note: If the parameter value is set to “0” it will operate as a short contact (about 0.5 sec).
4
1
0
MINUTE
Time Minute
40
1
0
RELAY INVERSE GROUP1
Group 1 relay inverse mode. The valid values are the following: 0, 12, 13, 14, 15, 21, 23, 24, 25, 31, 32, 34, 35, 41, 42, 43, 45, 51, 52, 53, 54
41
1
0
RELAY INVERSE GROUP2
Group 2 relay inverse mode. The valid values are the following: 0, 12, 13, 14, 15, 21, 23, 24, 25, 31, 32, 34, 35, 41, 42, 43, 45, 51, 52, 53, 54
42
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO1
Relays control by sensors Group 1 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
43
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO2
Relays control by sensors Group 2 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
44
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO3
Relays control by sensors Group 3 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
45
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO4
Relays control by sensors Group 4 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
46
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO5
Relays control by sensors Group 5 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
47
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO6
Relays control by sensors Group 6 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
48
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO7
Relays control by sensors Group 7. 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
49
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO8
Relays control by sensors Group 8 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
5
1
10
METER REPORT INTERVAL
Energy Consumption Meter Consecutive Report Interval, minutes
50
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO9
Relays control by sensors Group 9 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
51
4
0
RELAY CONTROL SCENARIO10
Relays control by sensors Group 10 0, 10000000 … 53112359 Encoded as 8 digit value (ABCDEFGH): A: Relay number (1.. 5) B: Control Mode (0-Temperature Sensor, 1-Humidity Sensor, 2-Light Sensor, 3-Time control) C: State change condition relative to the value in HGFE Value field ( 0-Lower than, 1-Higher than) D: State Change, 0- Switch OFF, 1- Switch ON EFGH: Condition Value Sensor Value for Control modes 0-2 Time Of Day for Control mode 3. EF represents Hour (0..23), GH represents Minutes (0..59)
52
2
0
RELAY1 LOAD POWER
Power load consumption (in Watts) Relay channel 1 in order to calculate total energy consumption relative to the time each relay is ON.
53
2
0
RELAY2 LOAD POWER
Power load consumption (in Watts) Relay channel 2 in order to calculate total energy consumption relative to the time each relay is ON.
54
2
0
RELAY3 LOAD POWER
Power load consumption (in Watts) Relay channel 3 in order to calculate total energy consumption relative to the time each relay is ON.
55
2
0
RELAY4 LOAD POWER
Power load consumption (in Watts) Relay channel 4 in order to calculate total energy consumption relative to the time each relay is ON.
56
2
0
RELAY5 LOAD POWER
Power load consumption (in Watts) Relay channel 5 in order to calculate total energy consumption relative to the time each relay is ON.
57
1
0
TOUCH1 ASSOCIATION MODE
Touch control mode for associations with touch button 1. This parameter is intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9, & 11) have been activated. Defines the logic of values changing if one the touch button has been held for more than one second.
58
1
0
TOUCH2 ASSOCIATION MODE
Touch control mode for associations with touch button 2. This parameter is intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9, & 11) have been activated. Defines the logic of values changing if one the touch button has been held for more than one second.
59
1
0
TOUCH3 ASSOCIATION MODE
Touch control mode for associations with touch button 3. This parameter is intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9, & 11) have been activated. Defines the logic of values changing if one the touch button has been held for more than one second.
6
1
10
SENSORS REPORT INTERVAL
Sensors Consecutive Report Interval
60
1
0
TOUCH4 ASSOCIATION MODE
Touch control mode for associations with touch button 4. This parameter is intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9, & 11) have been activated. Defines the logic of values changing if one the touch button has been held for more than one second.
61
1
0
TOUCH5 ASSOCIATION MODE
Touch control mode for associations with touch button 5. This parameter is intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9, & 11) have been activated. Defines the logic of values changing if one the touch button has been held for more than one second.
7
1
5
TEMPERATURE REPORT THRESHOLD
Temperature difference to send to controller, value X 10
8
1
2
HUMIDITY REPORT THRESHOLD
Humidity difference to send to controller, value X 10
9
1
50
LIGHT REPORT THRESHOLD
Luminance difference to send to controller in %
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
Central Scene V3
COMMAND_CLASS_CENTRAL_SCENE_V3
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 V5
COMMAND_CLASS_METER_V5
Multi-Channel Association V3
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V3
Multi-Channel V4
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_V4
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
Switch Binary V2
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_BINARY_V2
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-TPS05 back panel plus on the additional Security Card included in the HE- TPS05 packaging.
Classic Inclusion
To add the HE-TPS05 to a Z-Wave Network (i.e. “inclusion”), do the following:

1. Start the inclusion mode from the gateway/controller.

2. To start the inclusion process on the HE-TPS05, simultaneously press the two bottom touch buttons and hold them for three seconds.

3. The two upper buttons will then sequentially blink ‘blue-red’.

4. If the inclusion has been successful, the two upper buttons will turn blue for three seconds.

5. If the inclusion was not successful, the two upper buttons will turn red for three seconds. In that case repeat the inclusion process.
Classic Exclusion
To remove the HE-TPS05 from a Z-Wave Network (i.e. “exclusion”), do the following:

1. Start the exclusion mode from the gateway/controller.

2. To start the exclusion process on the HE-TPS05, simultaneously press the two bottom touch buttons and hold them for three seconds.

3. Two upper buttons will sequentially blink blue-red.

4. If the exclusion has been successful, the two upper buttons will turn red for three seconds.

5. If the exclusion was not successful, the two upper buttons will turn blue for three seconds. In that case repeat the exclusion process.

Factory Reset Procedure
To reset the HE-TPS05 to factory defaults, simultaneously press the two bottom buttons and single central touch button, and hold all three for five seconds. If successful, the two upper buttons will turn blue for three seconds then the device will restart.

NOTE: This factory reset procedure will change all parameters to the original factory default values and will also exclude the device from any associated Z-Wave network.

Please use Factory Reset only when the primary network controller is missing or otherwise inoperable.
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.
Z-Wave Scene Type
Indicates which of the two types of Z-Wave scene command classes are supported. Scenes or Central Scene
Switch Type
Describes the type of operator for a switch.
Firmware Updatable
Indicates whether the firmware can be updated and whether it is done by the consumer or a technician.
Switch Load Capacity Current
The amount of switch load energy the product is rated for in Amps

 

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HELTUN - Z-Wave touch switch + 5 channels (color White)

HELTUN - Z-Wave touch switch + 5 channels (color White)

The HELTUN 5-channel touch panel wall switch replaces an existing wall switch and allows manual or remote (On / Off) controls. White color

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