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ZSE40 4-in-1 Sensor Advanced Settings
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Here is a full list of advanced settings (parameters) for the ZSE40 700 Series 4-in-1 Sensor on firmware 1.10:

Temperature Sensor

Parameter 1: Set the temperature unit for your sensor. NOTE: many home automation platforms will automatically adjust the reporting unit for you based on your general platform or device settings which will override this parameter so please make sure you check these settings as well.

Values: 0 – Celsius; 1 – Fahrenheit (default).

Size: 1 byte dec


Parameter 2: Set the reporting threshold for temperature. The sensor will report new temperature value to the hub whenever temperature changes by the number of degrees entered as value.

Values: 1 - 50 (where 1 stands for 0.1 degree and 50 stands for 5 degrees). Default: 1 degree (value 10).

Size: 1 byte dec

Humidity Sensor

Parameter 3: Set the reporting threshold for relative humidity. The sensor will report new temperature value to the hub whenever relative humidity changes by the percentage entered as value.

Values: 1 - 50 (%). Default: 10.

Size: 1 byte dec

Light Sensor

Parameter 4: Set the reporting threshold for brightness level. The sensor will report new brightness value to the hub whenever relative light level changes by the percentage entered as value. NOTE: the sensor reports the light level to the hub in percentage which is then converted to lux on select platforms (100% daylight is the equivalent to around 50 lux so it will max out at this value).

Values: 5 - 50 (%). Default: 10.

Size: 1 byte dec

Motion Sensor

Parameter 5: Set motion clear time for the delay before the sensor reports no motion to the hub and associated devices after detecting the last motion activity. 

Values: 15 - 255 (seconds). Default: 15.

Size: 1 byte dec


Parameter 6: Set motion sensitivity for the motion detector to minimize false alerts.

Values: 1 – 7 where 1 is the most sensitive and 7 is the least sensitive. Default: 3.

Size: 1 byte dec

LED Indicator Mode

Parameter 7: Select the LED indicator mode that best fits your needs. NOTE: Mode 2 will increase activity and reduce battery life.


1 – LED indicator is turned off (no visual notifications).

2 – temperature and motion indicated with flashing light. Flashes every 3 minutes for temperature.

3 – no indication for temperature, motion indicated with red flashing light (default).

Size: 1 byte dec

Basic Set Reports

Parameter 8: Disable Basic Set reports sent to the hub when motion is detected to reduce Z-Wave activity from the sensor.


0 – Basic Set reports disabled.

1 – Basic Set reports enabled (default).

Size: 1 byte dec

Temperature Offset

Parameter 9: Set the reporting offset on your temperature sensor.

Values: 0 - 200 (degrees Fahrenheit, where value 0 equals -10 degrees, value 100 equals 0 degrees, and value 200 equals +10 degrees).

Default: 100.

Size: 1 byte dec

Humidity Offset

Parameter 10: Set the reporting offset on your humidity sensor.

Values: 0 - 200 (%, where value 0 equals -10%, value 100 equals 0%, and value 200 equals +10%). Default: 0.

Default: 100.

Size: 1 byte dec


How to read LED indicator colors?
Green = under 60°F
Blue = 60°-75°F
Yellow = 75°-83°F
Purple = 83°-97°F
Red = over 97°F / motion detected / tamper switch triggered

Single red flash = motion detected

Flashing red (3-4 flashes at a time) = low battery


Click the Z-Wave button with a paperclip once to wake the sensor up after updating the settings so they can be immediately received and saved.


How to Access the Advanced Settings:




Home Assistant


If you need help with accessing the settings or finding the right parameters to customize your device, please get in touch with our support, we're here 7 days a week! Your 4-in-1 Sensor can be updated via OTA firmware updates. You can access all firmware files here after you register your product and create an account here. Questions? Just reach out to our tech support team.

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