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ZEN16 MultiRelay Advanced Settings
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Here is a full list of advanced settings (parameters) for ZEN16 MultiRelay VER. 2.0:

On / Off Status After Power Failure

Parameter 1: Set the on/off status for the relays after power failure.

Values: 

0 – All relays automatically turn OFF once power is restored (it does not remember the status prior to power outage); 
1 – All relays remember the status prior to power outage and restore it once power comes back (default);
2 – All relays automatically turn ON after power failure (it does not remember the status prior to power outage);
3 – R1 and R2 relays remember the status prior to power outage and restore it once power comes back, R3 automatically turns OFF once power is restored regardless of the previous state;
4 – R1 and R2 relays remember the status prior to power outage and restore it once power comes back, R3 automatically turns ON once power is restored regardless of the previous state.

Size: 1 byte dec

Input Type for Sw1

Parameter 2: Choose the wall switch type you want to connect to the Sw1 terminal.

Values: 

0 – momentary for lights only;

1 – toggle switch (light on when the switch is toggled up, light off when the switch is toggled down);

2 – toggle switch (state changes whenever the switch is toggled);
3 – garage door momentary mode (for Z-Wave control );

4 – leak alarm (water sensor);
5 – heat alarm;

6 – motion alert;

7 – open/close alert (door sensor);

8 – CO alarm;

9 – CO2 alarm;
10 – on/off report (dry contact switch/sensor);

11 – garage door mode for the relay (momentary contact) and door sensor type for the input (use with wired analog door/window sensors and garage gate openers). 
Default: 2.

NOTE: hold the Z-Wave button for 5 seconds to change this mode (each time you hold it down it will take you to the next mode in the setting).

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 25: Reverse the reported values for your selected input type on Sw1 terminals (select the same value as you chose for parameter 2 to reverse the values for open and closed circuit).

Values:
0 – values reported as normally open, not reversed (default);

4 – leak alarm (water sensor);
5 – heat alarm;

6 – motion alert;

7 – open/close alert (door sensor);

8 – CO alarm;

9 – CO2 alarm;
10 – on/off report (dry contact switch/sensor);

NOTE: This will not affect the relay behavior if you leave the input linked to the output, it will still trigger the relay to on when the circuit is closed, regardless of the reported value. This setting only affects the reports displayed in the hub for the input and does not affect the relay (output) behavior.
Size: 1 byte dec

Input Type for Sw2

Parameter 3: Choose the wall switch type you want to connect to the Sw2 terminal.

Values: 

0 – momentary for lights only;

1 – toggle switch (light on when the switch is toggled up, light off when the switch is toggled down);

2 – toggle switch (state changes whenever the switch is toggled);
3 – garage door momentary mode (for Z-Wave control );

4 – leak alarm (water sensor);
5 – heat alarm;

6 – motion alert;

7 – open/close alert (door sensor);

8 – CO alarm;

9 – CO2 alarm;
10 – on/off report (dry contact switch/sensor);

11 – garage door mode for the relay (momentary contact) and door sensor type for the input (use with wired analog door/window sensors and garage gate openers). 
Default: 2.

NOTE: click-click'and'hold (so click and hold the second time) the Z-Wave button for 5 seconds to change this mode (each time you repeat the button sequence it down it will take you to the next mode in the setting).

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 26: Reverse the reported values for your selected input type on Sw2 terminals (select the same value as you chose for parameter 3 to reverse the values for open and closed circuit).

Values:
0 – values reported as normally open, not reversed (default);

4 – leak alarm (water sensor);
5 – heat alarm;

6 – motion alert;

7 – open/close alert (door sensor);

8 – CO alarm;

9 – CO2 alarm;
10 – on/off report (dry contact switch/sensor);

NOTE: This will not affect the relay behavior if you leave the input linked to the output, it will still trigger the relay to on when the circuit is closed, regardless of the reported value. This setting only affects the reports displayed in the hub for the input and does not affect the relay (output) behavior.
Size: 1 byte dec

Input Type for Sw3

Parameter 4: Choose the wall switch type you want to connect to the Sw3 terminal.

Values: 

0 – momentary for lights only;

1 – toggle switch (light on when the switch is toggled up, light off when the switch is toggled down);

2 – toggle switch (state changes whenever the switch is toggled);
3 – garage door momentary mode (for Z-Wave control );

4 – leak alarm (water sensor);
5 – heat alarm;

6 – motion alert;

7 – open/close alert (door sensor);

8 – CO alarm;

9 – CO2 alarm;
10 – on/off report (dry contact switch/sensor);

11 – garage door mode for the relay (momentary contact) and door sensor type for the input (use with wired analog door/window sensors and garage gate openers). 
Default: 2. 

NOTE: click-click-click'and'hold (so click twice and hold the third time) the Z-Wave button for 5 seconds to change this mode (each time you repeat the button sequence it down it will take you to the next mode in the setting).

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 27: Reverse the reported values for your selected input type on Sw3 terminals (select the same value as you chose for parameter 4 to reverse the values for open and closed circuit).

Values:
0 – values reported as normally open, not reversed (default);

4 – leak alarm (water sensor);
5 – heat alarm;

6 – motion alert;

7 – open/close alert (door sensor);

8 – CO alarm;

9 – CO2 alarm;
10 – on/off report (dry contact switch/sensor);

NOTE: This will not affect the relay behavior if you leave the input linked to the output, it will still trigger the relay to on when the circuit is closed, regardless of the reported value. This setting only affects the reports displayed in the hub for the input and does not affect the relay (output) behavior.
Size: 1 byte dec

LED Indicator Control

Parameter 5: Choose if you want the LED indicator to turn on when the relays are closed (on) or open (off), or if you want it to remain on or off at all times.

Values: 0 – LED indicator is on when relays are off, LED indicator is off when relays are on (default); 1 – LED indicator is on when relays are on, LED indicator is off when relays are off; 2 – LED indicator is always off; 3 – LED indicator is always on. NOTE: click the Z-Wave button 5 times quickly to change this mode.

Size: 1 byte dec

Auto Turn-Off Timer

Parameter 6: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want Relay 1 to automatically turn off once it has been turned on. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes, seconds, or hours, depending on the value entered in Parameter 15.

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

Size: 4 byte dec

 

Parameter 15: Use this parameter to choose between seconds, minutes, or hours to be used as the auto timer-off unit for Relay 1.

Values: 0 – minutes (default); 1 – seconds; 2 – hours.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 8: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want Relay 2 to automatically turn off once it has been turned on. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes, seconds, or hours, depending on the value entered in Parameter 17.

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

Size: 4 byte dec

 

Parameter 17: Use this parameter to choose between seconds, minutes, or hours to be used as the auto timer-off unit for Relay 2.

Values: 0 – minutes (default); 1 – seconds; 2 – hours.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 10: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want Relay 3 to automatically turn off once it has been turned on. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes, seconds, or hours, depending on the value entered in Parameter 19.

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

Size: 4 byte dec

 

Parameter 19: Use this parameter to choose between seconds, minutes, or hours to be used as the auto timer-off unit for Relay 3.

Values: 0 – minutes (default); 1 – seconds; 2 – hours.

Size: 1 byte dec

Auto Turn-On Timer

Parameter 7: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want Relay 1 to automatically turn on once it has been turned off. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes, seconds, or hours, depending on the value entered in Parameter 16.

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

Size: 4 byte dec

 

Parameter 16: Use this parameter to choose between seconds, minutes, or hours to be used as the auto timer-on unit for Relay 1.

Values: 0 – minutes (default); 1 – seconds; 2 – hours.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 9: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want Relay 2 to automatically turn on once it has been turned off. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes, seconds, or hours, depending on the value entered in Parameter 18.

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

Size: 4 byte dec

 

Parameter 18: Use this parameter to choose between seconds, minutes, or hours to be used as the auto timer-on unit for Relay 2.

Values: 0 – minutes (default); 1 – seconds; 2 – hours.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 11: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want Relay 3 to automatically turn on once it has been turned off. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes, seconds, or hours, depending on the value entered in Parameter 20.

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

Size: 4 byte dec

 

Parameter 20: Use this parameter to choose between seconds, minutes, or hours to be used as the auto timer-on unit for Relay 3.

Values: 0 – minutes (default); 1 – seconds; 2 – hours.

Size: 1 byte dec

Enable/Disable Switch (Input) Control

Parameter 12: Enable or disable switch (input) control of Relay 1. Please note that inputs (switch terminals) are linked to the outputs (relays) on the ZEN16 and you won't be able to control or monitor the inputs independently of the outputs in your Z-Wave hub.

Values: 0 – manual control disabled (no reports sent to the hub when the switch / input is triggered); 1 – manual control enabled (default); 2 – manual control disabled (device sends on/off reports to the hub when the input / switch is triggered). 

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 13: Enable or disable switch (input) control of Relay 2. Please note that inputs (switch terminals) are linked to the outputs (relays) on the ZEN16 and you won't be able to control or monitor the inputs independently of the outputs in your Z-Wave hub.

Values: 0 – manual control disabled (no reports sent to the hub when the switch / input is triggered); 1 – manual control enabled (default); 2 – manual control disabled (device sends on/off reports to the hub when the input / switch is triggered). 

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 14: Enable or disable switch (input) control of Relay 3. Please note that inputs (switch terminals) are linked to the outputs (relays) on the ZEN16 and you won't be able to control or monitor the inputs independently of the outputs in your Z-Wave hub.

Values: 0 – manual control disabled (no reports sent to the hub when the switch / input is triggered); 1 – manual control enabled (default); 2 – manual control disabled (device sends on/off reports to the hub when the input / switch is triggered). 

Size: 1 byte dec

Default Relay State

Parameter 21: Decide whether you'd like Relay 1 to be normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC).

Values: 0 – normally open (relay reports off when it's open / switch is off and on when it's closed / switch is on); 1 – normally closed (relay reports off when it's open / switch is on and on when it's closed / switch is off); 2 – normally closed (relay reports off when it's closed / switch is off and on when it's open / switch is on). Default: 0.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 22: Decide whether you'd like Relay 2 to be normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC).

Values: 0 – normally open (relay reports off when it's open / switch is off and on when it's closed / switch is on); 1 – normally closed (relay reports off when it's open / switch is on and on when it's closed / switch is off); 2 – normally closed (relay reports off when it's closed / switch is off and on when it's open / switch is on). Default: 0.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 23: Decide whether you'd like Relay 3 to be normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC).

Values: 0 – normally open (relay reports off when it's open / switch is off and on when it's closed / switch is on); 1 – normally closed (relay reports off when it's open / switch is on and on when it's closed / switch is off); 2 – normally closed (relay reports off when it's closed / switch is off and on when it's open / switch is on). Default: 0.

Size: 1 byte dec

DC Motor Mode

Parameter 24: Sync Relay 1 and Relay 2 together to prevent them from being activated at the same time.

Values: 0 – DC motor mode disabled (relays will always turn on whenever activated); 1 – DC motor mode enabled (relay checks the status of the other relay after being triggered and shuts the other relay off before activating so that only one of the relays is on at a time). Default: 0.

Size: 1 byte dec

MANUAL CONTROL FROM THE Z-WAVE BUTTON

3 x tap: enter inclusion (pairing) mode

5 x tap: change LED indicator mode (see parameter 5)

 

How to Access the Advanced Settings:

SmartThings

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Home Assistant

 

All ZEN16 MultiRelays 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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