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ZEN31 RGBW Dimmer Advanced Settings
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Here is a full list of advanced settings (parameters) for the ZEN31 RGBW Dimmer:

On Off Status After Power Failure

Parameter 1: Set the on off status for the RGBW Dimmer after power failure.

Values: 

0 – forced to OFF (regardless of state prior to power outage);

1 – remembers and restores on/off status aer power failure;

2 – forced to ON (regardless of state prior to power outage).

Default: 0

Size: 1 byte dec

Switch / Input Type for IN1

Parameter 20: Choose the input / switch type you want to connect to the IN1 terminal.

Values: 

0 – analog sensor with no pullup;

1 – analog sensor with pull-up;

2 – momentary switch (default);

3 – toggle switch (state changes whenever the switch is toggled);

4 – toggle switch (light on when the switch is toggled up, light off when the switch is toggled down).

Size: 1 byte dec

Switch / Input Type for IN2

Parameter 21: Choose the input / switch type you want to connect to the IN2 terminal.

Values: 

0 – analog sensor with no pullup;

1 – analog sensor with pull-up;

2 – momentary switch (default);

3 – toggle switch (state changes whenever the switch is toggled);

4 – toggle switch (light on when the switch is toggled up, light off when the switch is toggled down).

Size: 1 byte dec

Switch / Input Type for IN3

Parameter 22: Choose the input / switch type you want to connect to the IN3 terminal.

Values: 

0 – analog sensor with no pullup;

1 – analog sensor with pull-up;

2 – momentary switch (default);

3 – toggle switch (state changes whenever the switch is toggled);

4 – toggle switch (light on when the switch is toggled up, light off when the switch is toggled down).

Size: 1 byte dec

Switch / Input Type for IN4

Parameter 23: Choose the input / switch type you want to connect to the IN4 terminal.

Values: 

0 – analog sensor with no pullup;

1 – analog sensor with pull-up;

2 – momentary switch (default);

3 – toggle switch (state changes whenever the switch is toggled);

4 – toggle switch (light on when the switch is toggled up, light off when the switch is toggled down).

Size: 1 byte dec

Scene Control

Parameter 40: Assign scene activation trigger for IN1 terminal. Enter the sum of values to enable more than 1 trigger.

Values: 

0 – scene control disabled;

1 – click / toggle the connected switch once to trigger a scene;

2 – click / toggle the connected switch twice to trigger a scene;

4 – click / toggle the connected switch 3 times to trigger a scene;

8 – hold and release the connected momentary switch to trigger a scene.

Default: 15

​​​​​​​Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 41: Assign scene activation trigger for IN2 terminal. Enter the sum of values to enable more than 1 trigger.

Values: 

0 – scene control disabled;

1 – click / toggle the connected switch once to trigger a scene;

2 – click / toggle the connected switch twice to trigger a scene;

4 – click / toggle the connected switch 3 times to trigger a scene;

8 – hold and release the connected momentary switch to trigger a scene.

​​​​​​​Default: 15

​​​​​​​Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 42: Assign scene activation trigger for IN3 terminal. Enter the sum of values to enable more than 1 trigger.

Values: 

0 – scene control disabled;

1 – click / toggle the connected switch once to trigger a scene;

2 – click / toggle the connected switch twice to trigger a scene;

4 – click / toggle the connected switch 3 times to trigger a scene;

8 – hold and release the connected momentary switch to trigger a scene.

​​​​​​​Default: 15

​​​​​​​Size: 1 byte dec

 

Parameter 43: Assign scene activation trigger for IN4 terminal. Enter the sum of values to enable more than 1 trigger.

Values: 

0 – scene control disabled;

1 – click / toggle the connected switch once to trigger a scene;

2 – click / toggle the connected switch twice to trigger a scene;

4 – click / toggle the connected switch 3 times to trigger a scene;

8 – hold and release the connected momentary switch to trigger a scene.

​​​​​​​Default: 15

​​​​​​​Size: 1 byte dec

Power Report Frequency

Parameter 62: Choose how often you want your RGBW Dimmer to report power consumption (W) to your controller. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of seconds. So if 3600 is entered by default, the RGBW Dimmer will report power consumption every hour. Power reports are sent in at least 30-second intervals.

Values: 0 – disabled (it will not report power consumption based on the frequency setting); 30 – 32400 (seconds); default: 3600.

Size: 2 byte dec

Analog Sensor Voltage Reporting / Trigger Threshold

Parameter 63: Choose how you want your RGBW Dimmer to report voltage changes from the connected analog sensors and trigger status change on the output. The number entered as value corresponds to decimal values in voltage change. So if 5 is entered by default, the RGBW Dimmer will report any change in voltage of the connected sensor over 0.5 V. This setting is only in effect if at least one of Parameters 20 – 23 is set to value 0 or 1 (input is set to analog sensor mode).

Values: 0 – disabled (it will not report voltage based on value change); 1 – 100 (0.1 – 10 V); default: 5.

Size: 2 byte dec

Analog Sensor Report Frequency

Parameter 64: Choose how oen you want your RGBW Dimmer to report voltage changes from the connected analog sensors to your hub. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of seconds. So if 3600 is entered as value, the RGBW Dimmer will report voltage from connected analog sensors every hour (independent of the threshold set in parameter 63). Voltage reports are sent in at least 30-second intervals. This setting is only in effect if at least one of Parameters 20 – 23 is set to value 0 or 1 (input is set to analog sensor mode).

Values: 0 – disabled (it will not report voltage based on the frequency setting); 30 – 32400 (seconds); default: 0.

Size: 2 byte dec

Energy Report Threshold

Parameter 65: Choose how you want your RGBW Dimmer to report energy use (kWh) to your hub. The number entered as value corresponds to decimal values in energy usage change. So if 10 is entered by default, the RGBW Dimmer will report any change in energy use over 0.1 kWh. Energy reports are sent in at least 30-second intervals.

Values: 0 – disabled (it will not report energy use based on value change); 1 – 500 (0.01 - 5 kWh); default: 10.

Size: 2 byte dec

Energy Report Frequency

Parameter 66: Choose how often you want your RGBW Dimmer to report energy (kWh) to your controller. The number entered as value corresponds to the number of seconds. So if 3600 is entered by default, the RGBW Dimmer will report energy use every hour (independent of the threshold set in parameter 65). Energy reports are sent in at least 30-second intervals.

Values: 0 – disabled (it will not report energy use based on the frequency setting); 30 – 32400 (seconds); default: 3600.

Size: 2 byte dec

RGBW / HSB Wall Switch Mode

Parameter 150: Choose how switches connected to the input terminals control your LED strip. In the default RGBW mode, each switch connected to each input terminal controls the RGBW channels separately (so IN1 for red, IN2 for green, etc) with a single click for ON/OFF, double click to full brightness, and press-and-hold to dim (momentary switches only). In the HSB mode, IN1 controls hue, IN2 – saturation, IN3 – brightness, IN4 – white with single click for last set value or value 0, double click to max value, and press-and-hold to set custom value.

Values: 0 – RGBW mode (default); 1 – HSB mode.

Size: 1 byte dec

Ramp Rate

Parameter 151: Adjust the ramp rate for your RGBW 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 from the connected wall switch.

Values: 0 – instant on/off; 1 – 127 (seconds). Default: 3.

You can also set the physical ramp rate in minutes instead of seconds. Use the below values for this extended functionality.

128 – 254 (1 – 127 minutes).

Size: 2 byte dec

 

Parameter 152: Adjust the ramp rate for your RGBW dimmer when operated remotely from the Z-Wave hub.

Values: 0 – instant on/off; 1 – 127 (seconds). Default: 3.

You can also set the Z-Wave ramp rate in minutes instead of seconds. Use the below values for this extended functionality.

128 – 254 (1 – 127 minutes).

Size: 2 byte dec

Single Click ON Trigger for Associated Devices

Parameter 154: Set the status or brightness level triggering other associated devices in your network if the dimmer is turned ON with a single click. Each of the 4 available bytes refers to one channel, starting with IN1 and ending with IN4. This setting applies to basic set and switch multilevel commands sent to associated devices in the appropriate association group.

Values: 0 – 99 (for brightness level), 255 (for on) per byte; default: 4294967295 (0xFF FF FF FF – 255 for all channels).

Size: 4 byte dec

Single Click OFF Trigger for Associated Devices

Parameter 155: Set the status or brightness level triggering other associated devices in your network if the dimmer is turned OFF with a single click. Each of the 4 available bytes refers to one channel, starting with IN1 and ending with IN4. This setting applies to basic set and switch multilevel commands sent to associated devices in the appropriate association group.

Values: 0 – 99 (for brightness level), 255 (for on) per byte; default: 4294967295 (0xFF FF FF FF – 255 for all channels).

Size: 4 byte dec

Double Click ON Trigger for Associated Devices

Parameter 156: Set the status or brightness level triggering other associated devices in your network if the dimmer is turned ON with a double click. Each of the 4 available bytes refers to one channel, starting with IN1 and ending with IN4. This setting applies to basic set and switch multilevel commands sent to associated devices in the appropriate association group.

Values: 0 – 99 (for brightness level), 255 (for on) per byte; default: 4294967295 (0xFF FF FF FF – 255 for all channels).

Size: 4 byte dec

Preset Programs

Parameter 157: Enable one of the preset animated color programs to set the mood with a click.

Values: 0 – preset programs disabled (default); 6 – fireplace; 7 – storm; 8 – rainbow; 9 – polar lights; 10 – police (strobing red, white, and blue).

Size: 1 byte dec

 

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