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Multisensor 6 da AEOTEC

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O MultiSensor 6 da AEOTEC é um sensor multifuncional com tecnologia Z-Wave Plus que oferece 6 funções em um único dispositivo compacto.

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O MultiSensor6 é um detector Z-Wave de última geração (GEN5), possui 6 funções e conta com o novo chip Z-Wave série 500, que oferece menor consumo de energia, maior potência e maior alcance da rede Z-Wave. .

O MultiSensor 6 não apenas forneceu um novo design do sensor mais inteligente da AEOTEC, mas também foi submetido a uma profunda re-engenharia de dentro para fora.

Nós agora descrevemos suas 6 funções interessantes:

Detector de movimento

Com uma distância de 5 metros e um campo de visão de 120 °, o MultiSensor 6 da AEOTEC obtém dados sobre o movimento que pode ser utilizado tanto para segurança quanto para o gerenciamento do aquecimento, entre outras aplicações.

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Sensor de temperatura

O MultiSensor 6 integra um sensor de temperatura que pode medir a temperatura de -10 a + 50 ° C com precisão.

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Sensor de luz

Com o multidetector 6 em você pode medir o nível de luz em uma sala, ele irá ajudá-lo a criar cenas com base no nível de luz, aumentar ou diminuir as persianas, etc.

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Sensor de umidade

O MultiSensor 6 oferece rastreamento incremental de umidade que varia de 0% a 100%, o que permite a automação inteligente de ventiladores, janelas motorizadas, desumidificadores e umidificadores

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Sensor de vibração.

O MultiSensor 6 contém um sensor sísmico capaz de detectar e reportar vibrações. Essas pequenas alterações podem ser usadas para proteger o MultiSensor 6, ele saberá se um invasor está mexendo nele ou se o sensor se moveu acidentalmente de seu local de instalação. Você também pode registrar atividades sísmicas sutis em sua casa

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Sensor UV

O MultiSensor 6 mede com precisão a luz ultravioleta, conhecendo esta informação, podemos colocar medidas para que os valores não sejam altos e possam afetar a saúde das pessoas e a deterioração dos móveis ou outros tipos de coisas que expomos.

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Informação alargada da Z-Wave (Inglês)

Nome: MultiSensor 6
Fabricante:Aeotec
Identificador:ZW100-C
Número de Certificação Z-Wave :ZC10-17115891
Plataforma de Hardware :ZM5101
FLiRS:Não
Tipo de Role :Reporting Sleeping Slave
Descrição breve :Aeotec MultiSensor 6 is a Z-Wave motion sensor, temperature sensor, humidity sensor, lighting sensor, Ultraviolet sensor and Vibration sensor, all in one package.
Descrição :Aeotec MultiSensor 6 looks like a motion sensor and it acts like one too. But it’s also so much more. Installing this 1 piece of Z-Wave® technology is the same as installing 6 pieces of Z-Wave technology. Your home control network will immediately understand motion, temperature, humidity, light, Ultraviolet and Vibration readings wherever MultiSensor installed. Those intelligent readings will equate to intelligence automation. And intelligent automation will give you the perfect, smart home.

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Grupo
Nodos máximos
Descrição
1
5
The MultiSensor supports 1 association group. Group 1 is assigned to the Lifeline association group and can add max 5 association nodes. When the PIR motion sensor is triggered, the MultiSensor will send Basic Set (0xFF) to the associated nodes. If no PIR motion is triggered after the PIR interval time (configurable), the MultiSensor will send Basic Set (0x00) to the associated nodes. The automatically reports of temperature, humidity, luminance and ultraviolet (configurable) also can be sent to the associated nodes.
Número
Tamanho (Bytes)
Valor por defeito
Nome
Descrição
100
1
0
Set the parameter 101-103 to default values.
Set the parameter 101-103 to default values.
101
4
241
To set which report would be sent in Report group 1
To set which report would be sent in Report group 1. Note: You can also set all sensor reports to be sent out at the same time. E.g. If you want the batter report and temperature report to be sent out at the same time, you just need to set the configuration value to 33 (1+32).
102
4
0
To set which report would be sent in Report group 2
To set which report would be sent in Report group 2. Note: You can also set all sensor reports to be sent out at the same time. E.g. If you want the batter report and temperature report to be sent out at the same time, you just need to set the configuration value to 33 (1+32).
103
4
0
To set which report would be sent in Report group 3
To set which report would be sent in Report group 3. Note: You can also set all sensor reports to be sent out at the same time. E.g. If you want the batter report and temperature report to be sent out at the same time, you just need to set the configuration value to 33 (1+32).
111
4
3600
To set the interval time of sending reports in Report group 1
To set the interval time of sending reports in Report group 1
112
4
3600
To set the interval time of sending reports in Report group 2
To set the interval time of sending reports in Report group 2
113
4
3600
To set the interval time of sending reports in Report group 3
To set the interval time of sending reports in Report group 3
2
1
0
Enable/Disable waking up for 10 minutes when re-power on (battery mode) the MultiSensor.
Enable/Disable waking up for 10 minutes when re-power on (battery mode) the MultiSensor.
201
2
0
Temperature sensor calibration
Temperature sensor calibration. Note: 1. High byte is the calibration value. Low byte is the unit (0x01=Celsius, 0x02=Fahrenheit) 2. The calibration value (high byte) contains one decimal point. E.g. if the value is set to 20 (0x1401), the calibration value is 2.0 ℃ (EU/AU version) or if the value is set to 20 (0x1402), the calibration value is 2.0 ℉(US version) 3. The calibration value (high byte) = standard value - measure value. E.g. If measure value =25.3℃ and the standard value = 23.2℃, so the calibration value= 23.2℃ - 25.3℃= -2.1℃ (0xEB). If the measure value =30.1℃ and the standard value = 33.2℃, so the calibration value= 33.2℃ - 30.1℃=3.1℃ (0x1F).
202
1
0
Humidity sensor calibration
Humidity sensor calibration. The calibration value = standard value - measure value. E.g. If measure value =80RH and the standard value = 75RH, so the calibration value= 75RH – 80RH= -5RH (0xFB). If the measure value =85RH and the standard value = 90RH, so the calibration value= 90RH – 85RH=5RH (0x05).
203
2
0
Luminance sensor calibration
Luminance sensor calibration. The calibration value = standard value - measure value. E.g. If measure value =800Lux and the standard value = 750Lux, so the calibration value= 750 – 800= -50 (0xFFCE). If the measure value =850Lux and the standard value = 900Lux, so the calibration value= 900 – 850=50 (0x0032)
204
1
0
Ultraviolet sensor calibration
Ultraviolet sensor calibration. The calibration value = standard value - measure value. E.g. If measure value =9 and the standard value = 8, so the calibration value= 8 – 9= -1 (0xFE). If the measure value =7 and the standard value = 9, so the calibration value= 9 – 7=2 (0x02).
252
1
0
Enable/disable all configuration parameters to be locked
Enable/disable all configuration parameters to be locked.
255
4
0
Reset to factory defaults.
Reset to factory defaults.
3
2
240
Set the PIR time.
The default PIR time is 4 minutes. The Multisensor will send BASIC SET CC (0x00) to the associated nodes if no motion is triggered again in 4 minutes.
39
1
20
Configure the default low battery value.
Configure the default low battery value. When the current battery level is lower than this value, it will send out the low battery alarm.
4
1
5
Set the sensitivity of the motion sensor.
This parameter changes the sensitivity level of the motion detector.
40
1
0
Enable/disable the selective reporting only when measurements reach a certain threshold or percentage
Enable/disable the selective reporting only when measurements reach a certain threshold or percentage. This is used to reduce network traffic. Note: If USB power, the Sensor will check the threshold every 10 seconds. If battery power, the Sensor will check the threshold when it is waken up.
41
4
20
Threshold change in temperature to induce an automatic report.
Threshold change in temperature to induce an automatic report. Note: 1. The unit is Fahrenheit for US version, Celsius for EU/AU version. 2. High byte is the threshold value. Low byte is the unit (0x01=Celsius, 0x02=Fahrenheit). 3. The threshold value (high byte) contains one decimal point. E.g. if the value is set to 20 (0x001401), the threshold value =2.0 ℃ (EU/AU version) or if the value is set to 20 (0x001402), the threshold value= 2.0 ℉ (US version). When the current temperature gap is more then 2.0, which will induce a temperature report to be sent out.
42
1
10
Threshold change in humidity to induce an automatic report
Threshold change in humidity to induce an automatic report. Note: 1. The unit is %. 2. The default value is 10, which means that if the current humidity gap is more than 10%, it will send out a humidity report.
43
2
100
Threshold change in luminance to induce an automatic report.
Threshold change in luminance to induce an automatic report.
44
1
10
Threshold change in battery level to induce an automatic report.
Threshold change in battery level to induce an automatic report. Note: 1. The unit is %. 2. The default value is 10, which means that if the current battery level gap is more than 10%, it will send out a battery report.
45
1
2
Threshold change in ultraviolet to induce an automatic report.
Threshold change in ultraviolet to induce an automatic report.
46
1
0
Enable/disable to send the alarm report of low temperature
Enable/disable to send the alarm report of low temperature(<-15℃). Note: If it is enabled, the MultiSensor will send a report of Multi Level Temperature CC to controller when the current temperature is less than -15℃).
48
1
0
Enable/disable to send a report when the measurement is more than the upper limit value or less than the lower limit value.
Enable/disable to send a report when the measurement is more than the upper limit value or less than the lower limit value.
49
4
824
Set the upper limit value of temperature sensor.
Set the upper limit value of temperature sensor. When the measurement is more than this upper limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report.
5
1
1
Which command would be sent when the motion sensor triggered.
To set which command would be sent when the motion sensor triggered.
50
4
320
Set the lower limit value of temperature sensor.
Set the lower limit value of temperature sensor. When the measurement is less than this lower limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report. High byte is the lower limit value.
51
1
60
Set the upper limit value of humidity sensor.
Set the upper limit value of humidity sensor. when the measurement is more than this upper limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report.
52
1
50
Set the lower limit value of humidity sensor.
Set the lower limit value of humidity sensor. When the measurement is less than this lower limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report.
53
1
1000
Set the upper limit value of Lighting sensor
Set the upper limit value of Lighting sensor. When the measurement is more than this upper limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report.
54
1
100
Set the lower limit value of Lighting sensor.
Set the lower limit value of Lighting sensor. When the measurement is less than this lower limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report.
55
1
8
Set the upper limit value of ultraviolet sensor.
Set the upper limit value of ultraviolet sensor. When the measurement is more than this upper limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report.
56
1
4
Set the lower limit value of ultraviolet sensor.
Set the lower limit value of ultraviolet sensor. When the measurement is less than this upper limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report.
57
2
20
Set the recover limit value of temperature sensor.
Note: 1. When the current measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit), the upper limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is more than the upper limit. After that the upper limit report would be disabled again until the measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit). 2. When the current measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit), the lower limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is less than the lower limit. After that the lower limit report would be disabled again until the measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit). 3. High byte is the recover limit value. Low byte is the unit (0x01=Celsius, 0x02=Fahrenheit).
58
1
5
Set the recover limit value of humidity sensor.
Set the recover limit value of humidity sensor. Note: 1. When the current measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit), the upper limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is more than the upper limit. After that the upper limit report would be disabled again until the measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit). 2. When the current measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit), the lower limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is less than the lower limit. After that the lower limit report would be disabled again until the measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit).
59
1
100
Set the recover limit value of Lighting sensor.
Set the recover limit value of Lighting sensor. Note: 1. When the current measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit), the upper limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is more than the upper limit. After that the upper limit report would be disabled again until the measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit). 2. When the current measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit), the lower limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is less than the lower limit. After that the lower limit report would be disabled again until the measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit). 3. Unit = 10×Recover limit (Lux)
60
1
2
Set the recover limit value of Ultraviolet sensor.
Set the recover limit value of Ultraviolet sensor. Note: 1. When the current measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit), the upper limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is more than the upper limit. After that the upper limit report would be disabled again until the measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit). 2. When the current measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit), the lower limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is less than the lower limit. After that the lower limit report would be disabled again until the measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit).
61
2
0
Get the out-of-limit state of the Sensors.
Get the out-of-limit state of the Sensors.
64
1
2
Set the default unit of the automatic temperature report in parameter 101-103.
Set the default unit of the automatic temperature report in parameter 101-103.
8
1
30
Set the timeout of awake after the Wake Up CC is sent out..
Set the timeout of awake after the Wake Up CC is sent out..
81
1
0
Enable/disable the LED blinking
Enable/disable the LED blinking.
9
2
0
Report the current power mode and the product state for battery power mode
Report the current power mode and the product state for battery power mode. Note: this parameter cannot be used as Set usage.
Basic
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC
Association Group Info
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO
Association V2
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V2
Basic
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC
Battery
COMMAND_CLASS_BATTERY
Configuration
COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION
Device Reset Locally
COMMAND_CLASS_DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY
Firmware Update Meta-Data V2
COMMAND_CLASS_FIRMWARE_UPDATE_MD_V2
Manufacturer Specific V2
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC_V2
Notification V3
COMMAND_CLASS_NOTIFICATION_V3
Powerlevel
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL
Security S0
COMMAND_CLASS_SECURITY
Sensor Binary
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_BINARY
Sensor Multilevel V5
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL_V5
Version V2
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION_V2
Wake Up V2
COMMAND_CLASS_WAKE_UP_V2
Z-Wave Plus Info V2
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2
Inclusion
Turn the primary controller of Z-Wave network into inclusion mode, short press the product’s Z-Wave button that you can find in the back of the product.
Exclusion
Turn the primary controller of Z-Wave network into exclusion mode, short press the product’s Z-Wave button that you can find in back of the product.
Factory Reset
Press and hold the Z-Wave button that you can find in back of the product for 20 seconds and then release. This procedure should only be used when the primary controller is inoperable.
Device Wake-Up
Pressing the Z-Wave button once will trigger sending the Wake up notification command. If press and hold the Z-Wave button for 3 seconds, the MultiSensor will wake up for 10 minutes.
Additional Special Features
Support ""Over the Air Firmware Updating"" and “Z-Wave Security”.
Battery Quantity
Enter the number of batteries of the designated type that the product uses.
Battery Type
Enter the type (e.g. AA, CR2032, AAA) of the battery/batteries that the product uses.
Firmware Updatable
Indicates whether the firmware can be updated and whether it is done by the consumer or a technician.
IP (Ingress Protection) Rated
Product is suitable for Outdoor use and is waterproof under an IP (Ingress Protection) rating system.
Sensors
Sensor types supported by the product.
Supported Notification Types
Select the Notification Types that the product handles (controllers), or sends (slaves).

 

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