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Flush 1 Relay – Technical specifications

Technical specifications

Power supply 110 - 240 VAC ±10%
50/60Hz, (24-30 VDC)
Rated load current of AC output (resistive load)* 1 X 10A / 240 VAC
Rated load current of DC output (resistive load) 1 X 10A / 30 VDC
Output circuit power of AC output (resistive load) 2300 W (240 VAC)
Output circuit power of DC output (resistive load) 240 W (24 VDC)
Power measurement accuracy P = 5–50 W, +/-3 W
P > 50 W, +/-3%
Digital temperature sensor range
(sensor must be ordered separately)
-25°C~+80°C (-13~ 176°F), resolution 0.1°C
Operation temperature -10° ~ +40°C (14 ~ 104°F)
Distance up to 30 m indoors (98 ft)
Dimensions (WxHxD) 41.8 x 36.8 x 15.4 mm / 1,65x1,45x0,66 in
(packaging) 79x52x22 mm / 3,11x2,05x0,87 in
Weight (including packaging) 28 g (34 g) / 0.98oz (1.20oz)
Electricity consumption 0.4 W
For installation in boxes Ø ≥ 60 mm (2,36 in) or 2M, depth ≥ 60 mm (2,36 in)
Switching Relay
Z-Wave Repeater Yes

* In case of loads other than resistive loads, please pay attention to the value of cos φ. If necessary, connect loads less powerful than what they’re rated for – this applies to all motor loads. Max current for cos φ=0,4 is 3A at 250VAC, 3A at 24VDC L/R=7ms.

Supported Z-Wave Frequencies

ORDERING CODE (MODELING NUMBER) Z-WAVE FREQUENCY
ZMNHAD1 868.4 MHz
ZMNHAD2 921.4 MHz
ZMNHAD3 908.4 MHz
ZMNHAD4 869,0 MHz
ZMNHAD5 916,0 MHz
ZMNHAD6 868,4 MHz
ZMNHAD7 919,8 MHz
ZMNHAD8 865,2 MHz
ZMNHAD9 922,5 MHz
ZMNHADA 919,7 – 921,7 – 923,7 MHz
ZMNHADB 868,1 MHz
ZMNHADC 868,1 MHz
ZMNHADD 919,8 MHz
ZMNHADE 920,9 MHz

Configuration parameters

Parameter no. 1 – In-wall Switch Type for Load 1 (Q) to control I1

 

With this parameter, you can select between push-button (momentary) and on/off toggle switch types.

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 1
  • 0 - push-button (momentary)
  • 1 - on/off toggle switch

Parameter no. 2 – Input 2 contact type

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 0 - NO (normally open) input type
  • 1 - NC (normally close) input type

Parameter no. 3 – Input 3 contact type

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 0 - NO (normally open) input type
  • 1 - NC (normally close) input type

Parameter no. 10 - Activate / deactivate ALL ON / ALL OFF Functionality

 

Flush 1 Relay device responds to commands ALL ON / ALL OFF that may be sent by the primary or secondary gateway (hub) within the Z-Wave network.

Values (size is 2 byte dec):

  • default value 255
  • 255 - ALL ON active, ALL OFF active
  • 0 - ALL ON not active, ALL OFF not active
  • 1 - ALL ON not active, ALL OFF active
  • 2 - ALL ON active, ALL OFF not active

Parameter no. 11 - Turn Load 1 (Q) Off Automatically with Timer

 

If Load 1 (Q⬆) is ON, you can schedule it to turn OFF automatically after a period of time defined in this parameter. The timer is reset to zero each time the device receives an ON command, either remotely (from the gateway (hub) or associated device) or locally from the switch.

Values (size is 2 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 0 - Auto OFF Disabled
  • 1 - 32535 = 1 - 32535 seconds (or milliseconds – see Parameter no. 15) Auto OFF timer enabled for a given amount of seconds (or milliseconds)

Parameter no. 12 - Turn Load 1 (Q⬆) On Automatically with Timer

If Load (Q⬆) is OFF, you can schedule it to turn ON automatically after a period of time defined in this parameter. The timer is reset to zero each time the device receives an OFF command, either remotely (from the gateway (hub) or associated device) or locally from the switch.

Values (size is 2 byte dec)::

  • default value 0
  • 0 - Auto ON Disabled
  • 1 - 32535 = 1 - 32536 seconds (or milliseconds – see Parameter no. 15) Auto ON timer enabled- for a given amount of seconds (or milliseconds)

Parameter no. 15 - Set Timer Units to Seconds or Milliseconds Load

Choose if you want to set the timer in seconds or milliseconds in parameters 11 and 12.

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 0 – timer set in seconds
  • 1 – timer set in milliseconds

Please note that the value for this parameter applies to settings for Q⬆ load in all of the above parameters (timer on / timer off).

Parameter no. 30 - Restore on/off status for Q⬆ load after power failure Load

 

This parameter determines if on/off status is saved and restored for the load Q⬆ after power failure.

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 0 - Device saves last on/off status and restores it after a power failure.
  • 1 - Device does not save on/off status and does not restore it after a power failure, it remains off.

Parameter no. 40 – Watt Power Consumption Reporting Threshold for Q⬆ Load Load

 

Choose by how much power consumption needs to increase or decrease to be reported. Values correspond to percentages so if 10 is set (by default), the device will report any power consumption changes of 10% or more compared to the last reading.

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 10
  • 0 - Power consumption reporting disabled
  • 1 - 100 = 1% - 100% Power consumption reporting enabled. New value is reported only when Wattage in real time changes by more than the percentage value set in this parameter
    compared to the previous Wattage reading, starting at 1% (the lowest value possible).

NOTE: Power consumption needs to increase or decrease by at least 1 Watt to be reported, REGARDLESS of percentage set in this parameter.

Parameter no. 42 – Watt Power Consumption Reporting Time Threshold for Q⬆ Load

Set value refers to the time interval with which power consumption in Watts is reported (0 – 32535 seconds). If 300 is entered (by default), energy consumption reports will be sent to the gateway (hub) every 300 seconds (or 5 minutes).

Values (size is 2 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 0 - Power consumption reporting disabled
  • 1 - 32535 = 1 - 32535 seconds. Power consumption reporting enabled. Report is sent according to time interval (value) set here.

Parameter no. 63 – Choose Normally Closed or Normally Open for Q⬆ Load

Set value determines the type of the device connected to the Q⬆ output. The output type can be normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC).

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 0 - When switch/device is off the output is 0V (NC).
  • 1 - When switch/device is off the output is 240V or 24VDC (NO).

Parameter no. 100 – Enable / Disable Endpoint I2 or select the Notification Type and the Notification Event

Choose whether the Endpoint I2 is disabled (and not shown on the UI) or enabled (and displayed on the UI). By enabling this endpoint (setting it to be either a notification sensor or a binary sensor), the user also selects a Notification Type and a Notification Event for which notification reports will be sent (in case the endpoint is configured as a notification sensor).

Endpoint device type selection:

-notification sensor (1-6):
GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_NOTIFICATION, SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOTIFICATION_SENSOR

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 1 - Home Security; Motion Detection, unknown location
  • 2 - CO; Carbon Monoxide detected, unknown location
  • 3 - CO2; Carbon Dioxide detected, unknown location
  • 4 - Water Alarm; Water Leak detected, unknown location
  • 5 - Heat Alarm; Overheat detected, unknown location
  • 6 - Smoke Alarm; Smoke detected, unknown location
  • 0 - Endpoint, I2 disabled

sensor binary (9):GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_BINARY, SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOT_USED

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • 9 - Sensor binary

NOTE 1: After changing the values of the parameter, first exclude the device (without setting the parameters to their default values), then wait at least 30 seconds to re-include the device!

NOTE 2: When the parameter is set to value 9 the notifications are sent for the Home Security notification type.

Parameter no. 101 – Enable / Disable Endpoint I3 or select the Notification Type and the Notification Event

Choose whether the Endpoint I3 is disabled (and not shown on the UI) or enabled (and displayed on the UI). By enabling this endpoint (setting it to be either a notification sensor or a binary sensor), the user also selects a Notification Type and a Notification Event for which notification reports will be sent (in case the endpoint is configured as a notification sensor).Endpoint device type selection:

-notification sensor (1 - 6):
GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_NOTIFICATION, SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOTIFICATION_SENSOR

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 1 - Home Security; Motion Detection, unknown location
  • 2 - CO; Carbon Monoxide detected, unknown location
  • 3 - CO2; Carbon Dioxide detected, unknown location
  • 4 - Water Alarm; Water Leak detected, unknown location
  • 5 - Heat Alarm; Overheat detected, unknown location
  • 6 - Smoke Alarm; Smoke detected, unknown location
  • 0 - Endpoint, I2 disabled

-sensor binary (9):GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_BINARY, SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOT_USED

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

    • 9 - Sensor binary

NOTE 1: After changing the values of the parameter, first exclude the device (without setting the parameters to their default values), wait at least 30 seconds and then re-include the device!

NOTE 2: When the parameter is set to the value 9 the notifications are sent for the Home Security notification type.

Parameter no. 110 – Temperature Sensor Offset Settings(Q) to control I1

Set value is added to or subtracted from the actual measured value to adjust the temperature report sent by an external sensor (sold separately). This parameter only applies to Celsius temperature unit (the Fahrenheit unit is currently not supported).

Values (size is 2 byte dec):

  • default value 32536
  • 32536 - Offset is 0 °C
  • 1 - 100 - Where 1 stands for 0.1 and 100 stands for 10.00 °C added to the actual measurement
  • 1001 - 1100 – Where 1001 stands for -0.1 °C and 1100 stands for -10.0 °C subtracted from the actual measurement.

Parameter no. 120 – Temperature Sensor Reporting Threshold(Q) to control I1

If an external digital temperature sensor (sold separately) is connected to the device, it reports temperature readings based on the threshold defined in this parameter. This parameter only applies to the Celsius temperature unit (the Fahrenheit unit is currently not supported).

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • Default value 5 = 0.5°C
  • 0 – Reporting disabled
  • 1 - 127 = Where 1 stands for 0.1°C and 127 stands for 12.7°C

Electrical diagram

Z-Wave Flush 1 Relay electrical diagram
N Neutral wire (+VDC)
L Live (line) wire (-VDC)
Q↑ Output for electrical device (load) no. 1
I3 Input for switch /push button or sensor
I2 Input for switch /push button or sensor
I1 Input for switch /push button
TS Temperature sensor terminal
S Service button (used to add or remove device from the Z-Wave network)

*Wago 221-413 splicing connectors for L and N connection must be used only when connected to 240 VAC.

What do you get?

1 device + 1 user manual.
Practical blister packaging ensures lower cost of delivery.
Package dimensions (WxHxD): 79 x 52 x 22 mm
Gross weight (including packaging): 34 g