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ZSE44 Temperature | Humidity XS Sensor Advanced Settings
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Here is a full list of advanced settings (parameters) for the ZSE44 Temperature | Humidity XS Sensor:

Battery Reporting

Parameter 1: Set the threshold for battery reporting.
Values: 1-10 (%). Default: 5
Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 2: Decide when the sensor should report low battery to the hub.
Values: 10-50 (% battery life). Default: 10
Size: 1 byte dec

 

Reporting Threshold

Parameter 3: Set the reporting threshold for your temperature sensor. The device will report any changes in temperature once the reading exceeds the value from this setting compared to the last report.
Values: 10 – 100 (degrees Fahrenheit, where value 10 equals 1 degree). Default: 20 (2 degrees).
Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 4: Set the reporting threshold for your humidity sensor. The device will report any changes in humidity once the reading exceeds the value from this setting compared to the last report.
Values: 1 – 50 (%). Default: 10.
Size: 1 byte dec

 

Temperature Alerts

Parameter 5: Set the temperature level for a heat alert notification to be sent to your hub and devices associated in Group 2.
Values: 50 – 120 (degrees Fahrenheit). Default: 120.
Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 6: Decide if and how the sensor should report a heat alert.
Values: 0 – no notifications sent to the hub or association groups; 1 – notification sent to the hub only; 2 – Basic Set On command sent to devices in Group 2 only; 3 – notification sent to the hub (lifeline) and Basic Set On to the devices associated in Group 2; 4 – Basic Set Off command sent to devices in Group 2 only; 5 – notification sent to the hub and Basic Set Off to the devices associated in Group 2; 6 – Basic Set On and Off commands sent to devices in Group 2 only; 7 – notification sent to the hub and Basic Set On and Off to the devices associated in Group 2 (default).
Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 7: Set the temperature level for a freeze / low temperature alert notification to be sent to your hub and devices associated in Group 3.
Values: 10 – 100 (degrees Fahrenheit). Default: 10.
Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 8: Decide if and how the sensor should report a low temperature / freeze alert.
Values: 0 – no notifications sent to the hub or association groups; 1 – notification sent to the hub only; 2 – Basic Set On command sent to devices in Group 3 only; 3 – notification sent to the hub (lifeline) and Basic Set On to the devices associated in Group 3; 4 – Basic Set Off command sent to devices in Group 3 only; 5 – notification sent to the hub and Basic Set Off to the devices associated in Group 3; 6 – Basic Set On and Off commands sent to devices in Group 3 only; 7 – notification sent to the hub and Basic Set On and Off to the devices associated in Group 3 (default).
Size: 1 byte dec

 

Humidity Alerts

Parameter 9: Set the humidity level for a high humidity alert notification to be sent to your hub and devices associated in Group 4.
Values: 0 – disabled (default); 1 – 100 (%).
Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 10: Decide if and how the sensor should report a high humidity alert.
Values: 0 – no notifications sent to the hub or association groups; 1 – notification sent to the hub only; 2 – Basic Set On command sent to devices in Group 4 only; 3 – notification sent to the hub (lifeline) and Basic Set On to the devices associated in Group 4; 4 – Basic Set Off command sent to devices in Group 4 only; 5 – notification sent to the hub and Basic Set Off to the devices associated in Group 4; 6 – Basic Set On and Off commands sent to devices in Group 4 only; 7 – notification sent to the hub and Basic Set On and Off to the devices associated in Group 4 (default).
Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 11: Set the humidity level for a low humidity alert notification to be sent to your hub and devices associated in Group 5.

Values: 0 – disabled (default); 1 – 100 (%).
Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 12: Decide if and how the sensor should report a low humidity alert.
Values: 0 – no notifications sent to the hub or association groups; 1 – notification sent to the hub only; 2 – Basic Set On command sent to devices in Group 5 only; 3 – notification sent to the hub (lifeline) and Basic Set On to the devices associated in Group 5; 4 – Basic Set Off command sent to devices in Group 5 only; 5 – notification sent to the hub and Basic Set Off to the devices associated in Group 5; 6 – Basic Set On and Off commands sent to devices in Group 5 only; 7 – notification sent to the hub and Basic Set On and Off to the devices associated in Group 5 (default).
Size: 1 byte dec

 

Temperature Reporting Unit

Parameter 13: Decide whether you'd like the sensor to report in Fahrenheit or Celsius. Remember that this setting may be overwrote by the location settings in your Z-Wave hub so check these as well.
Values: 0 – Celsius; 1 – Fahrenheit (default).
Size: 1 byte dec

 

Reporting Offset

Parameter 14: Set the reporting offset on your temperature sensor in case you see any reporting discrepancies after 48 hours of using the 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

 

Parameter 15: Set the reporting offset on your humidity sensor in case you see any reporting discrepancies after 48 hours of using the sensor.
Values: 0 - 200 (%, where value 0 equals -10%, value 100 equals 0%, and value 200 equals +10%). Default: 100.
Size: 1 byte dec

 

Reporting Interval

Parameter 16: Set the reporting interval for your temperature sensor. The device will report a new temperature reading at least as often as set in this parameter, regardless of the temperature reporting threshold setting.
Values: 0 – reporting interval disabled, the sensor will report based on the reporting threshold setting only; 1 – 480 (minutes). Default: 240.
Size: 2 byte dec

 

Parameter 17: Set the reporting interval for your humidity sensor. The device will report a new humidity reading at least as often as set in this parameter, regardless of the humidity reporting threshold setting.
Values: 0 – reporting interval disabled, the sensor will report based on the reporting threshold setting only; 1 – 480 (minutes). Default: 240.
Size: 2 byte dec

 

Remember to click the Z-Wave button 4 times quickly to wake the sensor up after updating the settings. You may see a drop in battery power after programming the sensor but it should go back to its regular levels within a few hours (this is due to smaller capacity in coin batteries). 

 

Command classes supported by the sensor:

ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2
ASSOCIATION_V3
MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V4
ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO_V3
SENSOR_MULTILEVEL_V11
TRANSPORT_SERVICE_V2
VERSION_V2
MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC
DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY
POWERLEVEL
BATTERY
SECURITY_2
NOTIFICATION_V8
INDICATOR_V3
CONFIGURATION_V4
WAKE_UP_V2
SUPERVISION
FIRMWARE_UPDATE_MD_V5

 

Your Temperature | Humidity XS Sensor can be updated via OTA firmware updates, here is how to do that. You can access all firmware files here once you register your product and create an account here. Need more help? Please reach out to our customer service, we reply to emails 7 days a week!

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