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ZEN52 Double Relay Advanced Settings
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Here is a full list of advanced settings (parameters) for the ZEN52 Double Relay VER. 1.10 firmware:

LED Indicator

Parameter 2: Enable or disable the LED indicator to reflect the current on/off status of the connected loads (LED on when either load is on, LED off when both loads are off).

Values: 

0 – LED Indicator disabled;

1 – LED Indicator enabled (default).

Size: 1 byte dec

Auto Turn-Off Timer

Parameter 3: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the device connected to relay 1 to automatically turn off once it has been turned on. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes or seconds (set the unit in Par. 7).
Values: 0 – timer disabled (default); 1 – 65535.
Size: 2 byte dec.

 

Parameter 5: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the device connected to relay 2 automatically turn off once it has been turned on. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes or seconds (set the unit in Par. 8).
Values: 0 – timer disabled (default); 1 – 65535.
Size: 2 byte dec.

Auto Turn-On Timer

Parameter 4: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the device connected to relay 1 to automatically turn on once it has been turned off. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes or seconds (set the unit in Par. 7).

Values: 0 – timer disabled (default); 1 – 65535.
Size: 2 byte dec.

 

Parameter 6: Use this parameter to set the time after which you want the device connected to relay 2 to automatically turn on once it has been turned off. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of minutes or seconds (set the unit in Par. 8).

Values: 0 – timer disabled (default); 1 – 65535.
Size: 2 byte dec.

Timer Unit

Parameter 7: Choose between seconds and minutes as the unit for the timers for relay 1 set in parameters 3 and 4.

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

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 8: Choose between seconds and minutes as the unit for the timers for relay 2 set in parameters 5 and 6.

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

Size: 1 byte dec

On / Off Status After Power Failure

Parameter 14: Set the on/off status for relay 1 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

 

Parameter 15: Set the on/off status for relay 2 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

Enable/Disable Scene Control

Parameter 16: Enable or disable scene control functionality for quick multi-tap triggers (works best with momentary wall switches).

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

Size: 1 byte dec

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

Parameter 17: Enable or disable physical and/or Z-Wave on/off control for relay 1. If disabled, you’ll only be able to control the connected light via Z-Wave. Scenes and other functionality will still be available through paddles.

Values: 0 – button and wall switch control disabled, Z-Wave control enabled (the relay will still report on/off control to the hub whenever the button or switch are toggled). 1 – button, wall switch, and Z-Wave control enabled (default). 2 – button, wall switch, and Z-Wave control control disabled (the relay will still report on/off control to the hub whenever the button or switch are toggled physically or via Z-Wave).

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 18: Enable or disable physical and/or Z-Wave on/off control for relay 2. If disabled, you’ll only be able to control the connected light via Z-Wave. Scenes and other functionality will still be available through paddles.

Values: 0 – button and wall switch control disabled, Z-Wave control enabled (the relay will still report on/off control to the hub whenever the button or switch are toggled). 1 – button, wall switch, and Z-Wave control enabled (default). 2 – button, wall switch, and Z-Wave control control disabled (the relay will still report on/off control to the hub whenever the button or switch are toggled physically or via Z-Wave).

Size: 1 byte dec

External Switch Type

Parameter 20: Choose the type of wall switch connected to relay 1 and its on/off behavior.

Values: 0 – toggle switch (device changes status when switch changes status); 1 – momentary switch (one-button switch like the ZAC99); 2 – toggle switch with fixed actions (always toggle up for on, always toggle down for off); 3 – 3-way impulse control (for selected 3-way scenarios, refer to the notes in the wiring instructions for your set-up). Default: 2.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 21: Choose the type of wall switch connected to relay 2 and its on/off behavior.

Values: 0 – toggle switch (device changes status when switch changes status); 1 – momentary switch (one-button switch like the ZAC99); 2 – toggle switch with fixed actions (always toggle up for on, always toggle down for off); 3 – 3-way impulse control (for selected 3-way scenarios, refer to the notes in the wiring instructions for your set-up). Default: 2.

Size: 1 byte dec

Impulse Duration for 3-Way Impulse Control

Parameter 22: Choose the duration of the impulse if you're using relay 1 with 3-way impulse control (parameter 20 set to value 3).

Values: 2 – 200 (seconds). Default: 10.

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 23: Choose the duration of the impulse if you're using relay 2 with 3-way impulse control (parameter 21 set to value 3).

Values: 2 – 200 (seconds). Default: 10.

Size: 1 byte dec

Association Reports

Parameter 24: Choose the type of reports the relays will send to the hub for Z-Wave and external switch control.

Values: 0 – binary switch reports for Z-Wave control and basic reports for switch control; 1 – binary switch reports for both Z-Wave and switch control (default).

Size: 1 byte dec

Relay Type Behavior

Parameter 25: Choose if you'd like relay 1 to act as a normally open (on when the circuit is closed, off when the circuit it open), or a normally closed relay (off when the circuit is closed, on when the circuit it open).

Values: 0 – NO normally open, great for most applications (default); 1 – NC normally closed (change only if you have expert knowledge of electrical circuits).

Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 26: Choose if you'd like relay 2 to act as a normally open (on when the circuit is closed, off when the circuit it open), or a normally closed relay (off when the circuit is closed, on when the circuit it open).

Values: 0 – NO normally open, great for most applications (default); 1 – NC normally closed (change only if you have expert knowledge of electrical circuits).

Size: 1 byte dec

MANUAL CONTROL FROM THE Z-WAVE BUTTON

3 x tap: enter inclusion (pairing) or exclusion mode

2 x tap and hold (the third time) for 15 seconds: factory reset

 

The ZEN52 Double Relay can be updated via OTA firmware updates, here is how to do that. You can request a firmware update file here, always include your order number for verification!

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