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Flush Dimmer 0-10V – Technical specifications

Technical specifications

Power supply 12 - 24 VDC*
Max. sinking control voltage -20 / +20 VDC
Max. sourcing control voltage 0 - 11 VDC
Accuracy <3% FS
Max. sinking current 2 mA
Max. sourcing current 7 mA
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)
(depending on building materials)
Dimensions (WxHxD) 41.8 x 36.8 x 15.4 mm / 1,65x1,45x0,66 in
(packaging) 79 x 52 x 22 mm / 3,11x2,05x0,87 in
Weight (including packaging) 28 g (34 g) / 0.98oz (1.20oz)
Electricity consumption 0.5 W

*SELV Type

Supported Z-Wave Frequencies

ORDERING CODE (MODEL NUMBER) Z-WAVE FREQUENCY
ZMNHVD1 868.4 MHz
ZMNHVD2 921.4 MHz
ZMNHVD3 908.4 MHz
ZMNHVD4 869,0 MHz
ZMNHVD5 916,0 MHz
ZMNHVD6 868,4 MHz
ZMNHVD7 919,8 MHz
ZMNHVD8 865,2 MHz
ZMNHVD9 922,5 MHz
ZMNHVDA 919,7 – 921,7 – 923,7 MHz
ZMNHVDB 868,1 MHz
ZMNHVDC 868,1 MHz
ZMNHVDD 919,8 MHz
ZMNHVDE 920,9 MHz

Configuration parameters

Parameter no. 1 – In-wall Switch Type for Load 1 (AO)

With this parameter, you can select between the various input I1 types.

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 1
  • 0 - push-button (momentary)
  • 1 - on/off toggle switch
  • 2 - potentiometer (the set value will be obtained from the potentiometer or from the gateway (hub)
  • 3 – 0-10V temperature sensor (regulated output)
  • 4 – 0-10V illumination sensor (regulated output
  • 5 – 0-10V general purpose sensor (regulated output)

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

Flush Dimmer 0-10V 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 (AO) Off Automatically with Timer

If Load 1 (AO) is ON, you can schedule it toturn 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 amountof seconds (or milliseconds)

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

If Load (AO) 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 devicereceives anOFF 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 = 1-32535 seconds (or milliseconds – see Parameter no. 15) Auto ON timer enabled-for a given amount of seconds (or milliseconds).

Parameter no. 21 - Enable/Disable the Double click function

If the Double click function is enabled, a fast double click on the push-button will set the dimming level to the maximum dimming value.

NOTE: Valid only if input is set as mono-stable(push Button)

Values (size is 1byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 0 - double click disabled
  • 1 - double click enabled

Parameter no. 30 - Restore on/off status for AO load after power failure

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

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

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

Parameter no. 52 – Auto or manual selection

This parameter determines how the configured input (set in the parameter no. 1) influences theoutput.If, for example, parameter no. 1 is set to the value 2 (configured input is a potentiometer), this parameter should be set to the value 0 (indicating that the input will be controlled manually). If, however, the parameter no. 1 is set to the values 3, 4 or 5 (the output of the device will be automatically controlled by the reading obtained from the sensor), this parameter should be set to the value 1 – Auto.

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 0 – Manual
  • 1 - Auto

In manual mode, regulation (how the input influences on the output) is disabled.

Parameter no. 53 - PID value inside deadband

Values (sizeis 1 byte dec):

  • default value 0 (PID value equals ZERO)/li>
  • 1 - PID value set to LAST VALUE

NOTE: When ZERO PID inside deadband is forced to zero. LASTVALUE means that PID remains on the same level as was before entering into deadband

Parameter no. 54 - PID deadband

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 1 (1%)
  • 0 - 100 =0 - 100%, step is 1%

NOTE: This parameter defines the zone where PID is not active. If the temperature difference between actual and setpoint is bigger than PID deadband, then the PID will start to regulate the system,otherwise the PID is zero or fixed.

Parameter no. 55 -Integral sampling time

Values (sizeis 1 byte dec):

  • default value 5 (5s)
  • 0 - 127 =0s to 127s, step is 1s

Parameter defines the time between samples. On each sample the gateway (hub)capture difference between SP-act

Parameter no. 56 - P parameter

The error is multiplied by a negative (for reverse action) proportional constant P, and added to the current output. P represents the band over which a gateway (hub)'s output is proportional to the error of the system. E.g. for a heater, agateway (hub)with a proportional band of 10 deg C and a setpoint of 100 deg C would have an output of 100% up to 90 deg C, 50% at 95 Deg C and 10% at 99 deg C. If the temperature overshoots the setpoint value, the heating power would be cut back further.Proportional only control can provide a stable process temperature but there will always be an error between the required setpoint and the actual process temperature.

Values (size is 2 byte dec):

  • default value 100
  • 0 - 1000 - P value, step is 1

Parameter no. 57 - I parameter

The error is integrated (averaged) over a period of time, and then multiplied by a constant I, and added to the current control output. I represents the steady state error of the system and will remove setpoint / measured value errors. For many applications Proportional + Integral control will be satisfactory with good stability and at the desired setpoint.

Values (sizeis 2 byte dec):

  • default value 1
  • 0 - 1000 - I value, step is 1

Parameter no. 58 - D parameter

The rate of change of the error is calculated with respect to time, multiplied by another constant D, and added to the output.The derivative term is used to determine a gateway (hub)'s response to a change or disturbance of the process temperature (e.g. opening an oven door). The larger the derivative term, the more rapidly the gateway (hub) will respond to changes in the process value.

Values (size is 2 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 0 - 1000 - D value, step is 1

Parameter no. 60 – Minimumdimming value

The value set in this parameter determines the minimum dimming value (the lowest value which can be set on the device, when, for example, a Basic Set Off command is sent to the device).

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 1 = 1% (minimum dimming value)
  • 1 - 98 = 1% - 98%, step is 1%. Minimum dimming value is set by entering avalue

NOTE: The minimum level may not be higher than the maximum level! 1% min. dimming value is defined by the Z-Wave multilevel device class.

Parameter no. 61 – Maximum dimming value

The value set in this parameter determines the maximumdimming value (the highestvalue which can be set on the device, when, for example, a Basic Set On command is sent to the device).

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 99 = 99% (Maximum dimming value)
  • 2 - 99 = 2% - 99%, step is 1%. Maximum dimming value is set by entering avalue/li>NOTE: The maximum level may not be lower than the minimum level! 99% max. dimming value is defined bytheZ-Wave multilevel device class. When the switch selected asToggle switch(Bi-stable), it is not possible to dim the value between min and max.

Parameter no. 65 – Dimming time (soft on/off)

Choose the time during which the devicewill move between the min. and max. dimming values by a short press of the push-button I1 or through the UI controls (BasicSet).

Values(sizeis 2 byte dec):

  • default value 100 = 1s
  • 50 - 255 = 500 milliseconds - 2550 milliseconds (2.55s), step is 10 milliseconds/li>

Parameter no. 66 – Dimming time when key pressed

Choose the time during which the Dimmer will move between the min. and max. dimming values during a continuous press of the push-button I1 or by an associated device.

Values (sizeis 2 byte dec):

  • default value 3 = 3s
  • 1 - 255 = 1 second – 255 seconds

Parameter no. 67 – Ignore start level

Choose whether the device should use (or disregard) the start dimming level value. If the device is configured to use the start level, it should start the dimming process from the currently set dimming level. This parameter isused with association group 3.

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 0 – use thestart levelvalue
  • 1 - ignore the start level value

Parameter no. 68 – Dimming duration

Choose the time during which the device will transition from the current value to the new target value. This parameterapplies to theassociation group 3

Values (size is 1 byte dec)

  • default value 0 (dimming duration according to parameter 66)
  • 1 - 127 (from 1 to 127 seconds)

Parameter no. 110 – Temperature Sensor Offset Settings

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 Fahrenheitunit 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°Cand 100 stands for 10.0°Cadded to the actual measurement.
  • 1001 - 1100 – Where 1001 stands for -0.1°Cand 1100 stands for -10.0°Csubtracted from the actual measurement

Parameter no. 120 – Temperature Sensor Reporting Threshold

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 Fahrenheitunit 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

Parameter no. 140 –Input I1 Sensor reporting

If an analogue sensor (sold separately) is connected to the device, it reports measured readings based on the threshold defined in this parameter.

Values (size is 2 byte dec):

  • default value 5 = 0.5 change
  • 0 -Reporting disabled
  • 1 -10000 = 0.1 -1000 step is 0.1

NOTE: This value has influence on the output only when the parameter no. 1 is set to the values 3, 4 or 5

Parameter no. 141 Input I1 0-10V reporting threshold

Define a threshold value for the input I1, which determines whether a BasicSet(0xFF) or BasicSet(0x00) command is to be sent to the associated devices (this parameter is associated with the association group no. 2). Below this threshold value, the association group no. 2 will send a BasicSet(0xFF) command (to the associated devices) and above this value the device will send a BasicSet(0xFF) command. The BasicSet commands are reported onlywhen the input value changes for more than 10% (1V)

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • Default setting: 5 (0.5V)
  • 1 - 100 -(0.1 - 10V)

Parameter no. 143 – Minimum sensor range value

This parameter (which is taken into account only when the parameter no. 1 is set to the values 3, 4 or 5) specifies the minimumvalue (lower range value) of the connected sensor.

Available configuration parameters (size is 2 byte dec):

  • default value 0 = 0.0°C / 0Lux / 0.0%rh
  • 0 - 10000 – value from 0 to 1000 (resolution 0.1)
  • 10001 – 20000 – value from - 0.1 to - 1000 (resolution 0.1)

NOTE: The minimum value must not be higher than the maximum value

Parameter no. 144 – Maximum sensor range value

This parameter (which is taken into account only when the parameter no. 1 is set to the values 3, 4 or 5) specifies the maximum value (upper range value) of the connected sensor

Available configuration parameters (size is 2 byte dec):

  • default value 1000 = 100.0°C / 100Lux / 100%rh
  • 0 - 10000 – value from 0 to 1000 (resolution 0.1)
  • 10001 – 20000 – value from - 0.1 to -1000 (resolution 0.1)

NOTE: The maximum value must not be lower than the minimum value!

Electrical diagram

Electrical diagram Qubino Z-Wave Flush Dimmer 0-10V
+ +VDC (12-24 VDC)
- GND
AO Analog Output 0-10VDC
I1 Input for push button/switch/potentiometer or 0-10V
TS Terminal for digital temperature sensor (only for Flush Dimmer 0-10V device compatible digital temperature sensor, which must be ordered separately).
S Service button (used to add or remove device from the Z-Wave network)

Package content

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