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Home > Zooz Light Switches > ZEN24 Toggle Dimmer Switch > ZEN24 Z-Wave Questions > ZEN24 Toggle Dimmer VER. 4.01 Advanced Settings
ZEN24 Toggle Dimmer VER. 4.01 Advanced Settings
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Here is a full list of advanced settings (parameters) for ZEN24 Toggle Dimmer VER. 4.01 firmware:

On/Off Toggle Orientation

Parameter 1: Choose if you want to turn the light on or turn the light off when you toggle the switch up.

Values: 0 – Toggle up to turn the light on, toggle down to turn it off (default); 1 – Toggle up to turn the light off, toggle down to turn it on; 2 – Toggle up or down to turn light on/off (change state).

Size: 1 byte dec

Auto Turn-Off Timer

Parameter 3: Use this parameter to enable or disable the auto turn-off timer function.

Values: 0 – timer disabled (default); 1 – timer enabled.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 4: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the switch to automatically turn off once it has been turned on. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes.

Values: 1 – 65535 (minutes). Default: 60.

Size: 4 byte dec

Auto Turn-On Timer

Parameter 5: Use this parameter to enable or disable the auto turn-on timer function.

Values: 0 – timer disabled (default); 1 – timer enabled.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 6: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the switch to automatically turn on once it has been turned off. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes.

Values: 1 – 65535 (minutes). Default: 60.

Size: 4 byte dec

Association Reports

Parameter 7: Choose which physical and Z-Wave triggers should prompt the dimmer to send a status change report to associated devices.

Values: 0 – none; 1 – physical tap on ZEN24 only; 2 – physical tap on connected 3-way switch only; 3 – physical tap on ZEN24 or connected 3-way switch; 4 – Z-Wave command from hub; 5 – physical tap on ZEN24 or Z-Wave command from hub; 6 – physical tap on connected 3-way switch or Z-Wave command from hub; 7 – physical tap on ZEN24 / connected 3-way switch or Z-Wave command from hub; 8 – timer only; 9 – physical tap on ZEN24 or timer; 10 – physical tap on connected 3-way switch or timer; 11 – physical tap on ZEN24 / connected 3-way switch or timer; 12 – Z-Wave command from hub or timer; 13 – physical tap on ZEN24, Z-Wave command from hub, or timer; 14 – physical tap on ZEN24 / connected 3-way switch, Z-Wave command from hub, or timer; 12 – all of the above. Default: 15.

Size: 1 byte dec

On Off Status After Power Failure

Parameter 8: Set the on off status for the switch after power failure.

Values: 0 – forced to OFF (regardless of state prior to power outage); 1 – forced to ON (regardless of state prior to power outage); 2 – remembers and restores on/off status after power failure (default)

Size: 1 byte dec

Ramp Rate Control

Parameter 9: Adjust the physical ramp rate for your dimmer (fade-in / fade-out effect for on / off operation). Values correspond to the number of seconds it take for the dimmer to reach full brightness or turn off when operated manually. This setting is for physical taps only, see parameter 17 to adjust Z-Wave ramp rate.

Values: 1 – 99 (seconds). 0 – instant on/off. Default: 1.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 17: Choose if you want to set the Z-Wave ramp rate independently of the physical ramp rate (using an appropriate command in your hub) or if you want them to match.

Values: 0 – Z-Wave ramp rate matches the physical ramp rate set in parameter 9 (default); 1 – Z-Wave ramp rate is set independently using appropriate Z-Wave commands.

Size: 1 byte dec

Minimum and Maximum Brightness

Parameter 10: Set the minimum brightness level (in %) for your dimmer. You won’t be able to dim the light below the set value.

Values: 1 – 99 (%). Default: 1.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 11: Set the maximum brightness level (in %) for your dimmer. You won’t be able to add brightness to the light beyond the set value. Note: if Parameter 12 is set to value 0, Parameter 11 is automatically disabled.

Values: 1 – 99 (%). Default: 99.

Size: 1 byte dec

Double Tap Function

Parameter 12: Choose if you want the dimmer to turn on to full brightness or custom brightness level after you toggle the switch up twice quickly.

Values: 0 – the light will turn on to full brightness with double tap (default). 1 – the light will turn on to the maximum brightness level set in Parameter 11 with double tap. 

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 14: Enable or disable the double tap function and assign brightness level to single tap.

Values: 0 – double tap to full / maximum brightness level enabled (default). 1 – double tap to full / maximum brightness level disabled, single tap turns light on to last brightness level. 2 – double tap to full / maximum brightness level disabled, single tap turns light on to full / maximum brightness level.

Size: 1 byte dec

Enable/Disable Scene Control

Parameter 13: Enable or disable scene control functionality for quick double tap triggers.

Values: 0 – scene control disabled (default). 1 – scene control enabled.

Size: 1 byte dec

Smart Bulb Mode: Enable/Disable Paddle / Z-Wave Control

Parameter 15: Enable or disable manual on/off control. If enabled, you’ll only be able to control the connected light via Z-Wave. Scenes and other functionality will still be available through the physical switch.

Values: 0 – physical toggle control disabled. 1 – physical toggle control enabled (default). 2 – physical toggle and Z-Wave control disabled. NOTE: toggle the switch up 10 times quickly to change this mode.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 20: Choose how you'd like the dimmer to report when the toggle is held and physical / Z-Wave control is enabled or disabled.

Values: 0 – report each brightness level to hub when physical / Z-Wave control is disabled for physical dimming (final level only reported if physical / Z-Wave control is enabled). 1 – report final brightness level only for physical dimming, regardless of the physical / Z-Wave control mode.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 21: Set reporting behavior for disabled physical control.

Values: 0 – switch reports on/off status and changes LED indicator state even if physical and Z-Wave control is disabled (default). 1 – switch doesn't report on/off status or change LED indicator state when physical (and Z-Wave) control is disabled.

Size: 1 byte dec

Physical Dimming Speed

Parameter 16: Set the time it takes to get from 0% to 100% brightness when pressing and holding the toggle (physical dimming). The number entered as value corresponds to the number of seconds.

Values: 1 – 99 (seconds). Default: 4.

Size: 1 byte dec

Custom Brightness Level On

Parameter 18: Set the custom brightness level (instead of the last set brightness level) you want the dimmer to come on to when you toggle the switch up once.

Values: 0 – last brightness level (default); 1 – 99 (%) for custom brightness level.

Size: 1 byte dec 

3-Way Switch Type

Parameter 19: Choose the type of 3-way switch you want to use with this dimmer in a 3-way set-up. Changing this setting can allow you to control brightness and dim the light from both 3-way locations. Use a regular momentary switch (like the Zooz ZAC99 accessory switch) if value is set to 2.

Values: 0 – toggle switch, use the connected 3-way switch to turn the light off or on to the last brightness level, dimming only available from the Zooz Z-Wave dimmer and from the hub (or through voice control if smart speaker is integrated with your Z-Wave hub); 1 – toggle switch, toggle up or down once to change state (light on or off), toggle twice quickly to turn light on to full brightness, toggle 3 times quickly to enable a dimming sequence (the light will start dimming up and down in a loop) and toggle the switch again to set the selected brightness level; 2 – momentary switch, click once to change status (light on or off), click twice quickly to turn light on to full brightness, press and hold to adjust brightness (dim up / dim down in sequence); 3 – momentary switch, click once to change status (light on or off), click twice quickly to turn light on to full brightness, press and hold to adjust brightness (dim up / dim down in sequence but always reduce brightness after double click). Default: 0.

Size: 1 byte dec

Night Light Mode

Parameter 22: Set the brightness level the dimmer will turn on to when off and when lower toggle is held DOWN for a second.

Values: 0 – feature disabled; 1 – 99 (%). Default: 20.

Size: 1 byte dec

MANUAL CONTROL

Toggle Up: 

1 x tap: load on to last / custom brightness; Scene 2, attribute 00 (button 1)

2 x tap: on to full / max brightness; Scene 2, attribute 03 (button 3)

3 x tap: enter inclusion (pairing) mode; Scene 2, attribute 04 (button 5)

4 x tap: Scene 2, attribute 05 (button 7)

5 x tap: Scene 2, attribute 06 (button 9)

press and hold: increase brightness level; Scene 2, attribute 01

released: Scene 2, attribute 02

tap-tap-tap-tap-and-hold: change physical / Z-Wave control mode (see parameter 15)

tap-tap-tap-and-hold: factory reset

 

Toggle Down: 

1 x tap: load off; Scene 1, attribute 00 (button 2)

2 x tap: Scene 1, attribute 03 (button 4)

3 x tap: enter exclusion (unpairing) mode; Scene 1, attribute 04 (button 6)

4 x tap: Scene 1, attribute 05 (button 8)

5 x tap: Scene 1, attribute 06 (button 10)

press and hold: decrease brightness level; Scene 1, attribute 01

released: Scene 1, attribute 02

tap-tap-tap-and-hold: factory reset

 

How to Access the Advanced Settings:

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Home Assistant

 

All ZEN24 VER. 3.0 and 4.0 dimmers can be updated via OTA firmware updates, here is how to do that. 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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