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ZEN30 Double Switch Advanced Settings
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Here is a full list of advanced settings (parameters) for ZEN30 Double Switch VER. 3.10 firmware (or 1.20 for VER. 1.0 and 2.20 for VER. 2.0):

LED Indicator Control

Parameter 1: Choose if you want the LED indicator to turn on when the dimmer (light) is on or off, or if you want it to remain on or off at all times. This setting is for the top status indicator only.

Values: 0 – LED indicator is on when switch is off, LED indicator is off when switch is on (default); 1 – ED indicator is on when switch is on, LED indicator is off when switch is off; 2 – LED indicator is always off and LED’s don’t indicate brightness level during dimming; 3 – LED indicator is always on. NOTE: tap the upper paddle 6 times quickly to change this mode.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 2: Choose if you want the LED indicator to turn on when the relay is on or off, or if you want it to remain on or off at all times

Values: 0 – LED indicator is on when relay is off, LED indicator is off when relay is on (default); 1 – LED indicator is on when relay is on, LED indicator is off when relay is off; 2 – LED indicator is always off; 3 – LED indicator is always on. NOTE: tap the relay button 6 times quickly to change this mode.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 3: Choose the color of the LED indicators for the dimmer.

Values: 0 – white (default); 1 – blue; 2 – green; 3 – red.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 4: Choose the color of the LED indicator for the relay.

Values: 0 – white (default); 1 – blue; 2 – green; 3 – red.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 5: Choose the LED indicators’ brightness level for the dimmer.

Values: 0 – bright (100%); 1 – medium (60%); 2 – low (30%). Default: 1.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 6: Choose the LED indicators’ brightness level for the relay.

Values: 0 – bright (100%); 1 – medium (60%); 2 – low (30%). Default: 1.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 7: Choose if you want the LED indicators next to the dimmer to light up when a scene is selected. You’ll see 1 to 5 LEDs light up for 1 – 5 tap triggers and 6 LEDs light up for the press-and-hold trigger of any paddle / button used.

Values: 0 – LEDs enabled to indicate scene triggers; 1 – LEDs disabled to indicate scene triggers (default).

Size: 1 byte dec

On/Off Paddle Orientation for the Dimmer

Parameter 27: Choose if you want the upper paddle to turn the light on or turn the light off when tapped.

Values: 0 – Upper paddle turns the light on, lower paddle turns it off (default); 1 – Upper paddle turns the light off, lower paddle turns it on; 2 – Any paddle turns light on/off.

Size: 1 byte dec

Auto Turn-Off Timer

Parameter 8: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the dimmer to automatically turn off once it has been turned on. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes.

Values: 0 – timer disabled (default); 1 – 65535 (minutes).

Size: 4 byte dec

 

Parameter 10: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the relay to automatically turn off once it has been turned on. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes.

Values: 0 – timer disabled (default); 1 – 65535 (minutes).

Size: 4 byte dec

Auto Turn-On Timer

Parameter 9: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the dimmer to automatically turn on once it has been turned off. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes.

Values: 0 – timer disabled (default); 1 – 65535 (minutes).

Size: 4 byte dec

 

Parameter 11: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the relay to automatically turn on once it has been turned off. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes.

Values: 0 – timer disabled (default); 1 – 65535 (minutes).

Size: 4 byte dec

On Off Status After Power Failure

Parameter 12: Set the on/off status of the device after power failure.

Values: 0 – dimmer and relay forced to off (regardless of state prior to power outage); 
1 – dimmer forced to off, relay forced to on;
2 – dimmer forced to on, relay forced to off;
3 – remembers and restores on/off status for dimmer and relay after power failure (default);
4 – remembers and restores on/off status for dimmer, relay forced to on;
5 – remembers and restores on/off status for dimmer, relay forced to off;
6 – dimmer forced to on, remembers and restores on/off status for relay;
7 – dimmer forced to off, remembers and restores on/off status for relay;
8 – dimmer and relay forced to on.

Size: 1 byte dec

Ramp Rate Control for the Dimmer

Parameter 13: Adjust the ramp rate for the dimmer (fade-in / fade-out effect for on/off operation) when pressing the paddles. Values correspond to the number of seconds it takes for the dimmer to reach full brightness or turn off when operated manually.

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

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 22: Choose if you would like to match the Z-Wave on/off ramp rate with the manual ramp rate or set it separately in your hub.

Values: 0 – Z-Wave on/off ramp rate matches the manual ramp rate set in Parameter 13 (default). 1 – Z-Wave on/off ramp rate is set separately through its command class in the hub. 

Size: 1 byte dec

(parameter removed in firmware 1.05)

Minimum and Maximum Brightness for the Dimmer

Parameter 14: Set the minimum brightness level (in %) for the dimmer. You won’t be able to dim the light below the set value.

Values: 1 – 99 (%). Default: 1.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 15: Set the maximum  brightness level (in %) for the dimmer. You won’t be able to add brightness to the light beyond the set value.

Values: 1 – 99 (%). Default: 99.

Size: 1 byte dec

Double Tap Function for the Dimmer

Parameter 17: Choose if you want the dimmer to turn on to full brightness or custom brightness level after you double-tap the upper paddle.

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 15 with double tap.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 18: 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 (or custom value set in Parameter 23). 2 – double tap to full / maximum brightness level disabled, single tap turns light on to full brightness level. 

Size: 1 byte dec

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

Parameter 19: Enable or disable direct manual and Z-Wave control of the light connected to the dimmer. Works great for smart bulb control. If disabled, the dimmer will no longer control the connected bulb directly but will still send on/off and brightness reports to the hub so you can use them to create automations for your smart bulbs or other switches. Scenes and other functionality will still be available through paddles.

Values: 0 – manual control disabled. 1 – manual control enabled (default). 2 – manual and Z-Wave control disabled. 

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 20: Enable or disable direct manual and Z-Wave control of the load connected to the relay button. Works great for smart bulb or any type of remote / scene control. If disabled, the relay button will no longer control the connected load directly but will still send on/off reports to the hub so you can use them to create automations for your smart bulbs or other devices. Scenes and other functionality will still be available through the button.

Values: 0 – manual control disabled. 1 – manual control enabled (default). 2 – manual and Z-Wave control disabled. 

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 24: Set reporting behavior for the dimmer when physical control is disabled.

Values: 0 – dimmer reports on/off status and brightness level and changes LED indicator state even if physical and Z-Wave control is disabled (default). 1 – dimmer doesn't report on/off/brightness status changes and it doesn't change the LED indicator state when physical (and Z-Wave) control is disabled and paddles are pressed or the dimmer receives on/off commands from the hub.

 

Parameter 25: Set reporting behavior for the relay when physical control is disabled.

Values: 0 – relay reports on/off status and changes LED indicator state even if physical and Z-Wave control is disabled (default). 1 – relay doesn't report on/off status changes and it doesn't change the LED indicator state when physical (and Z-Wave) control is disabled and the button is pressed or the relay receives on/off commands from the hub.

Physical Dimming Speed for the Dimmer

Parameter 21: Choose how many seconds it takes for the dimmer to go from 0% to 100% brightness when pressing and holding the paddle. Increase the value to decrease the dimming speed.

Values: 1 – 99 (seconds). Default: 4.

Size: 1 byte dec

Custom Brightness Level On

Parameter 23: Set custom brightness level (in %) for the dimmer to come on to at single tap.

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

Size: 1 byte dec

Night Light Mode

Parameter 26: Set the brightness level the dimmer will turn on to when off and when lower paddle is held DOWN for a second.

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

Size: 1 byte dec

Enable/Disable Scene Control

Parameter 28: Enable or disable scene control functionality for quick double tap triggers on the dimmer paddles.

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

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 29: Enable or disable scene control functionality for quick double tap triggers on the relay button.

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

Size: 1 byte dec

Enable/Disable Programming on the Dimmer Paddles

Parameter 30: Enable or disable programming functionality on the dimmer paddles. If this setting is disabled, then inclusion, exclusion, smart bulb mode no longer work when dimmer paddles are activated (factory reset and scene control will still work) - that means you can now use triple-tap triggers on the dimmer for scenes and remote control of other devices.

Values: 0 – programming enabled (default). 1 – programming disabled.

Size: 1 byte dec

MANUAL CONTROL

Dimmer Upper Paddle: 

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

2 x tap: on to full / max brightness; Scene 1, attribute 03

3 x tap: enter inclusion (pairing) mode; Scene 1, attribute 04

4 x tap: Scene 1, attribute 05

5 x tap: Scene 1, attribute 06

6 x tap: change LED indicator mode (see parameter 1)

press and hold: increase brightness level; Scene 1, attribute 02

release: Scene 1, attribute 01

 

Lower Paddle: 

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

2 x tap: Scene 2, attribute 03

3 x tap: enter exclusion (unpairing) mode; Scene 2, attribute 04

4 x tap: Scene 2, attribute 05

5 x tap: Scene 2, attribute 06

press and hold: decrease brightness level; Scene 2, attribute 02

release: Scene 2, attribute 01

tap-tap-tap-tap-and-hold: change physical / Z-Wave control mode (see parameter 19)

hold for 15 seconds: initiate factory reset (then release and hold the upper paddle to complete the reset)

 

Relay Button: 

1 x tap: load on / off; Scene 3, attribute 00

2 x tap: Scene 3, attribute 03

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

4 x tap: Scene 3, attribute 05

5 x tap: Scene 3, attribute 06

6 x tap: change LED indicator mode (see parameter 2)

press and hold: increase brightness level; Scene 3, attribute 02

release: Scene 3, attribute 01

 

How to Access the Advanced Settings:

SmartThings

Hubitat

Vera

Home Assistant

 

All ZEN30 switches 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. There are currently 3 different hardware versions (1.0, 2.0, and 3.0) of the product so you need to make sure to apply the correct firmware for your version. Questions? Just reach out to our tech support team.

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