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HELTUN - Quinto módulo de chave de 5 canais Z-Wave + 700

HE-RS01

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O módulo de chave HELTUN Quinto é um relé múltiplo com cinco saídas de contato seco. Pode controlar qualquer tipo de carga até 5A por saída.

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84,99 €

Características tecnicas

Tecnologia Z-Wave Plus

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SEU CONFORTO É IMPORTANTE.

Quando você considera o seu conforto em casa, o que é mais importante? Você pode ligar ou desligar as luzes sem passar por salas diferentes? Ou ser capaz de fechar a porta, fechar as cortinas e diminuir as luzes com um toque? Ou talvez outra coisa? Tudo o que você precisa, HELTUN tem tudo o que você precisa.

Assumir o controle

Cinco relés de contato seco que carregam uma carga de 5 amperes cada. A avançada tecnologia zero-crossing da HELTUN oferece um aumento significativo na longevidade e na confiabilidade. Controle a iluminação ou qualquer dispositivo: porta, portão, veneziana, válvula motorizada, ...

Incrivelmente pequeno e inteligente

O quinto módulo de chave com controle de obturador oferece recursos incríveis para qualquer dispositivo conectado. Torna os interruptores de luz "inteligentes" com monitoramento, controle e programação remotos avançados. Isso traz a conveniência de controlar e automatizar aplicativos de smartphones para dispositivos "burros", como interruptores de luz, fechaduras eletrônicas, portões elétricos, persianas, janelas e válvulas.

Por exemplo, você pode controlar até ...

Cinco dispositivos ligados e desligados

Três dispositivos on / off e um motor bidirecional
Um dispositivo liga / desliga e dois motores bidirecionais
Com 26 mm de profundidade, o módulo de chave do 5º também é "incrivelmente pequeno", cabendo em qualquer caixa de junção elétrica retangular, redonda ou quadrada, mesmo atrás de dispositivos conectados.

Entradas e saídas

A entrada de alimentação principal pode ser 85-265 VCA ou 12-48 VCC. O quinto módulo de chave possui cinco saídas de relé com uma carga máxima de 5 amperes cada.

Possui ainda duas entradas independentes para os canais de relé que permitem controlar sistemas com diferentes fontes de energia ou utilizar as saídas como contatos secos: por exemplo, para ligar ou desligar lâmpadas 220VAC e controlar válvulas motorizadas com potência 24VDC.

Também possui seis entradas de fio piloto: uma comum e cinco para cada canal de transmissão. Isso permite que o quinto módulo de chave seja controlado por até cinco fontes diferentes (por exemplo, cinco chaves de luz diferentes) e controle todas as saídas de relé separadamente.

Cada canal de transmissão usa tecnologia HELTUN avançada para fornecer um aumento significativo na longevidade e confiabilidade.

Heltun multi relay quinto

Conheça o seu consumo de energia

O sistema integrado de consumo de energia monitora com precisão a quantidade de energia que você usou ao longo de um dia, uma semana ou um mês. Seus interruptores de luz atuais fazem isso?

Basta especificar o consumo de carga em watts para cada canal de relé e a lógica no quinto módulo de chave calculará o consumo total com base no tempo desde que a saída esteve no estado "ON".

Heltun também projetou o circuito para consumir quase zero watts de energia quando em modo de espera. Isso economiza energia e dinheiro, especialmente se sua casa estiver equipada com muitos produtos HELTUN.

Torne seus interruptores incrivelmente inteligentes
O seu trilho DIN é um trilho "estúpido"?

Como o módulo de switch HELTUN tem 5 canais, cada um capaz de lidar com até 5 amperes, é um complemento perfeito para seu painel de switch para monitorar e controlar grupos de dispositivos da Internet através de um gateway Z-Wave, como por exemplo:

Grupos inteiros de luzes

Válvulas motorizadas
Fechaduras
Toldos, portões e portões motorizados
O adaptador de montagem do módulo está disponível como um acessório para se encaixar em trilhos DIN padrão (50 mm) ou também pode ser montado diretamente na parede usando os parafusos e plugues fornecidos.

Personalização do Quinto Heltun

Poderosamente personalizável

Existem sete modos selecionáveis diferentes para o quinto módulo de chave com até cinco fios piloto usados para controlar qualquer saída de relé de dispositivos, como um interruptor de parede, um painel de alarme, etc.

Estado reverso - Se ligado, desliga quando o circuito do fio piloto fecha (ou se desligado, liga).
Momentâneo - Acende quando o circuito do fio piloto é fechado, apaga quando o circuito do fio piloto está aberto.
Momentary Reverse - Desliga quando o circuito do fio piloto está aberto, liga quando fechado.
Somente ligado - Quando o circuito do fio piloto está fechado (ou seja, em curto).
Somente desligado - quando o circuito do fio piloto está fechado (ou seja, em curto).
A saída do quinto módulo de chave também pode ser controlada por um temporizador interno. Por exemplo, após a chave ser ligada, ela pode ser configurada para desligar automaticamente mais tarde (ou vice-versa: ela liga depois de ser desligada).
Esta função pode ser usada para abrir ou fechar portas de garagem, portões, persianas, cortinas, fechaduras, etc., e depois devolvê-los ao estado anterior sem a necessidade de outras entradas.

Temporizador (LIGADO e DESLIGADO) - Acende quando o circuito do fio piloto fecha e desliga após um tempo especificado.
Temporizador (DESLIGADO e LIGADO) - Desliga quando o circuito do fio piloto fecha e liga após um tempo especificado.

Controle de dispositivos motorizados

O módulo de chave HELTUN faz mais do que controlar a iluminação da sua casa. Você pode usá-lo para controlar persianas motorizadas, cortinas, portas de garagem, portas de entrada e fechaduras elétricas. Você tem controle total sobre a programação dos diferentes botões para funções específicas.

Por exemplo, você pode designar o botão superior esquerdo para aumentar as cortinas da sala e o botão inferior esquerdo para baixá-las. Neste modo, se as cortinas forem levantadas e o botão para baixo for pressionado, o sistema cancela automaticamente o comando PARA CIMA e inicia um comando PARA BAIXO, ou vice-versa.

O sistema também calcula a posição das cortinas quando estão totalmente abertas ou fechadas e para automaticamente o motor quando atinge o limite superior ou inferior.

Programação e cenários

Usando o temporizador interno do 5º módulo de chave HELTUN, você pode criar uma programação para determinados dispositivos. Por exemplo:

Abra as cortinas às 7h e feche-as às 22h
Acenda a luz da varanda às 19h e apague-a à 1h
As possibilidades de adicionar comodidade e conforto são infinitas e limitadas apenas pela criatividade do proprietário ou instalador do 5º módulo de chave HELTUN.

Fácil de instalar

O quinto módulo de chave pode ser facilmente instalado em qualquer caixa de junção elétrica padrão (quadrada ou redonda). A instalação deve ser realizada apenas por uma pessoa treinada no manuseio de sistemas elétricos de alta tensão.

Certificado Z-Wave Plus V2
Você pode conectar dispositivos HELTUN a um controlador de automação residencial usando a plataforma Z-Wave Plus V2 700. HELTUN apresenta tecnologia Smart Start avançada para fácil integração do sistema e estrutura de segurança S2 com criptografia AES 256 para transferência perfeita. dados seguros.

O módulo de chave HELTUN é compatível com todos os controladores e dispositivos certificados Z-Wave que implementam corretamente as classes de controle de chave de toque Z-Wave. Com um controlador Z-Wave, você pode gerenciar todas as funções do switch por meio de um aplicativo móvel, incluindo mudanças de temperatura, exibição de gráficos de consumo de energia e muito mais.

Até 50 dispositivos separados podem ser conectados ao módulo de chave HELTUN. Você pode combiná-lo com qualquer botão liga / desliga compatível com Z-Wave ou outro botão tátil para controlar diferentes sistemas em uma sala.

Os dispositivos HELTUN são compatíveis com todas as frequências Z-Wave para diferentes países (Europa, Rússia, Israel, Austrália, EUA, Índia, Hong Kong, China, Japão e Coréia). A frequência correta pode ser selecionada no menu do dispositivo.

A HELTUN lança periodicamente novo firmware para o dispositivo com recursos adicionais que podem ser atualizados remotamente por meio de um processo OTA (Over-The-Air) criptografado.

FUNÇÕES:

Opções de inclusão / exclusão de rede Z-Wave
Não é garantido
S0 Seguro ...
S2 não permitido, S2 permitido com chave
Controle de associação com 50 dispositivos de rede
Controle de dispositivos motorizados (modo cego)
Cada uma das 5 entradas do fio piloto pode controlar qualquer uma das 5 saídas de relé.
Até 5 saídas podem ser controladas por um fio piloto
Sete modos para cada saída:
Ligue apenas
Desativar apenas
Inverter estado (ON para OFF ou OFF para ON)
Momentâneo (LIGADO quando em curto, DESLIGADO quando liberado)
Momentâneo invertido (DESLIGADO quando em curto, LIGADO quando liberado)
Temporizador (ON e OFF após o tempo especificado)
Temporizador (DESLIGADO e LIGADO após o tempo especificado)
Cada saída de relé pode ser gerenciada por um gateway Z-Wave ou um dispositivo parceiro.
Cada fio piloto pode desencadear cenas
Modo de programação
Lógica do software de consumo de energia
Botão de redefinição de fábrica
Tecnologia SmartStart para adição rápida a redes Z-Wave
Atualização de firmware criptografado OTA (Over-The-Air)

DADOS TÉCNICOS:

Dimensões: 50x50x26 mm
Material: plástico retardador de fogo
Cor branca
Cinco relés para cargas resistivas de até 5A cada
Duas entradas de relé independentes (contato seco)
Comutação de relé com tecnologia HELTUN Advanced Zero Pass
Vida do relé: 100.000 ciclos
Um fio comum (S) e cinco fios piloto (S1, S2, S3, S4, S5) para controle externo
Lógica do software de consumo de energia
Fonte de alimentação: 85-265VAC 50Hz / 60Hz ou 24-48VDC
Consumo de energia: <1W
Temperatura de operação: 0 °! em + 60 °!
Classe IP: IP21
Z-Wave Plus V2 SDK: V7.11
Módulo Z-Wave: ZGM130S
Montagem:
Caixa de ligações elétricas: redonda ou quadrada, profundidade mínima 40 mm.
Adaptador opcional para trilhos DIN (50 mm de largura) ou montagem em parede

Informação alargada da Z-Wave (Inglês)

Nome: Relay Switch Quinto
Fabricante:HELTUN
Identificador:HE-RS01
Número de Certificação Z-Wave :ZC12-20040046
Plataforma de Hardware :ZGM130
FLiRS:Não
Tipo de Role :Always On Slave
Descrição breve :Advanced Programmable Z-Wave Plus v2 In-Wall Relay Switch—with S2 security and SmartStart on the Z-Wave 700 platform.
Descrição :The HELTUN HE-RS01 is an advanced programmable Z-Wave Plus v2 in-wall relay switch that controls many devices, including lights, dimmers, blinds, curtains, door locks, gates, motorized valves, roller shutters, and more. Features: • Five-channel 5-amp relays with dry contact inputs • Each relay may be controlled by a timer or on a week schedule • Power Consumption logic monitors energy usage • 10 association groups • Incorporates HELTUN Advanced Zero-Cross Technology The HELTUN HE-RS01 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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Grupo
Nodos máximos
Descrição
1
1
This is the Lifeline Group 1 which sends status (lifeline) reports to the primary controller.
2
1
Group 2 – “External Input S1 Basic Set”: is assigned to Input S1 state and will be triggered when the button on switch connected to S1 input was pressed. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
3
1
Group 3 – “External Input S1 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to Input S1. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when the button on switch connected to S1 input was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices. The group supports one Node.
4
1
Group 4 – “External Input S2 Basic Set”: is assigned to Input S2 state and will be triggered when the button on switch connected to S2 input was pressed. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
5
1
Group 5 – “External Input S2 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to Input S2. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when the button on switch connected to S2 input was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices.
6
1
Group 6 – “External Input S3 Basic Set”: is assigned to Input S3 state and will be triggered when the button on switch connected to S3 input was pressed. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
7
1
Group 7 – “External Input S3 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to Input S3. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when the button on switch connected to S3 input was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices.
8
1
Group 8 – “External Input S4 Basic Set”: is assigned to Input S4 state and will be triggered when the button on switch connected to S4 input was pressed. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
9
1
Group 9 – “External Input S4 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to Input S4. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when the button on switch connected to S4 input was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices.
10
1
Group 10 – “External Input S5 Basic Set”: is assigned to Input S5 state and will be triggered when the button on switch connected to S5 input was pressed. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
11
1
Group 11 – “External Input S5 Multilevel Set”: is assigned to Input S5. It sends MULTILEVEL SWITCH command class frame when the button on switch connected to S5 input was held. Is used to send UP/DOWN command to the associated devices.
12
1
Group 12 – “Relay 1 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N1 and will be triggered on the relay state change. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
13
1
Group 13 – “Relay 2 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N2 and will be triggered on the relay state change. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
14
1
Group 14 – “Relay 3 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N3 and will be triggered on the relay state change. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
15
1
Group 15 – “Relay 4 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N4 and will be triggered on the relay state change. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
16
1
Group 16 – “Relay 5 Basic Set”: is assigned to relay N5 and will be triggered on the relay state change. Is used to send Basic Set ON (value 255) and Basic Set OFF (value 0) commands to the associated devices.
Número
Tamanho (Bytes)
Valor por defeito
Nome
Descrição
1
1
1
TIME CORRECTION
Time correction by controller
10
1
5
RELAY5 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 5 control source
11
1
1
HOLD1 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 1
12
1
1
HOLD2 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 2
13
1
1
HOLD3 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 3
14
1
1
HOLD4 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 4
15
1
1
HOLD5 CONTROL MODE
Hold control mode for touch button 5
16
1
1
CLICK1 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 1
17
1
1
CLICK2 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 2
18
1
1
CLICK3 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 3
19
1
1
CLICK4 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 4
2
1
1
WEEKDAY
The day of the week (starting from Monday)
20
1
1
CLICK5 CONTROL MODE
Click control mode for touch button 5
21
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).
22
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).
23
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).
24
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).
25
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).
26
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
27
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
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
0
HOUR
Time Hour
30
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
31
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)
32
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)
33
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)
34
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)
35
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)
36
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)
37
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)
38
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)
39
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)
4
1
0
MINUTE
Time Minute
40
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)
41
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.
42
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.
43
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.
44
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.
45
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.
46
1
0
S1 ASSOCIATION MODE
Associations mode for external input S1 . These parameters are intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11) have been activated. They define the logic of values changing if one of the buttons on switch connected to external inputs S1-S5 has been held for more than one second.
47
1
0
S2 ASSOCIATION MODE
Associations mode for external input S2. These parameters are intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11) have been activated. They define the logic of values changing if one of the buttons on switch connected to external inputs S1-S5 has been held for more than one second.
48
1
0
S3 ASSOCIATION MODE
Associations mode for external input S3. These parameters are intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11) have been activated. They define the logic of values changing if one of the buttons on switch connected to external inputs S1-S5 has been held for more than one second.
49
1
0
S4 ASSOCIATION MODE
Associations mode for external input S4. These parameters are intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11) have been activated. They define the logic of values changing if one of the buttons on switch connected to external inputs S1-S5 has been held for more than one second.
5
1
10
METER REPORT INTERVAL
Energy Consumption Meter Consecutive Report Interval, minutes
50
1
0
S5 ASSOCIATION MODE
Associations mode for external input S5. These parameters are intended for use when Multilevel Switch Group Associations (Groups 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11) have been activated. They define the logic of values changing if one of the buttons on switch connected to external inputs S1-S5 has been held for more than one second.
51
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
52
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
53
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
54
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
55
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
56
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
57
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
58
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
59
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
6
1
1
RELAY1 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 1 control source
60
1
0
RESERVED
Parameter reserved by the manufacturer. Setting this parameter will have no impact on DUT functionality.
7
1
2
RELAY2 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 2 control source
8
1
3
RELAY3 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 3 control source
9
1
4
RELAY4 CONTROL SOURCE
Relay 4 control source
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
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 QR code and DSK are printed on the front and rear of the HE-RS01 plus on the additional Security Card included in the packaging.

Classic Inclusion
To add the HE-RS01 to a Z-Wave Network (i.e. “inclusion”), do the following:

1. Ensure the HE-RS01 is Powered On and the LED indicator blinks red slowly (i.e. it is excluded)

2. Start the inclusion mode from the gateway / controller

3. To start the inclusion process on the HE-RS01, double-press the service button on the device (with no more than a one-second interval between presses).

4. The LED indicator will blink green quickly.

5. If the inclusion has been successful, the LED indicator will turn green for three seconds then continue slowly blinking green continuously while the HE-RS01 is Powered On.

6. If the inclusion was not successful, the LED indicator will turn red for three seconds then continue slowly blinking red continuously while Powered On. In that case repeat the inclusion process (2-5) above.
Classic Exclusion
To remove the HE-RS01 from a Z-Wave Network (i.e. “exclusion”), do the following:

1. Ensure the HE-RS01 is Powered On and the LED indicator is slowly blinking green (i.e. it is included in a Z-Wave network).

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

3. To start the exclusion process on the HE-RS01, double-press the service button on the device (with no more than a one-second interval between presses).

4. The LED indicator will blink red quickly.

5. If the inclusion has been successful, the LED indicator will turn red for three seconds then continue blinking red slowly continuously while the HE-RS01 is Powered On.

6. If the inclusion was not successful, the LED indicator will turn green for three seconds then continue slow blink green all the time the device is Powered On. In that case repeat the exclusion process (2-5) above.



Note: If the HE-RS01 has previously been part of a Z-Wave network and has not been excluded since (the LED indicator will blink green slowly). Inclusion is not possible without first performing an Exclusion or Factory Reset procedure.

Factory Reset Procedure
To reset the HE-RS01 to factory defaults, press and hold the button for six seconds. If successful, the LED indicator will blink white slowly for two seconds, then the device will reboot.

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.
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 Type
Describes the type of operator for a switch.
Z-Wave Scene Type
Indicates which of the two types of Z-Wave scene command classes are supported. Scenes or Central Scene
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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