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Flush Shutter – Technical specifications

Technical specifications

Power supply 110 - 240 VAC ±10%
50 / 60 Hz, (24–30 VDC)
Rated load current of AC output (resistive load)* 2 X 4 A / 240 VAC
Output circuit power of AC output (resistive load) 2 X 920 W (240 VAC)
Power measurement accuracy P = 0-200 W, +/- 2 W
P > 200 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)
(depending on building materials)
Dimensions (WxHxD) 41.8 x 36.8 x 16.9 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 0.4 W
For installation in boxes Ø ≥ 60 mm (2,36 in) or 2M
depth≥ 60 mm (2,36 in)
Switching Relay (2x)

* 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 2A at 250VAC, 3A at 24VDC.

Supported Z-Wave Frequencies

 

ORDERING CODE (MODEL NUMBER) Z-WAVE FREQUENCY
ZMNHCD1 868.4 MHz
ZMNHCD2 921.4 MHz
ZMNHCD3 908.4 MHz
ZMNHCD4 869,0 MHz
ZMNHCD5 916,0 MHz
ZMNHCD6 868,4 MHz
ZMNHCD7 919,8 MHz
ZMNHCD8 865,2 MHz
ZMNHCD9 922,5 MHz
ZMNHCDA 919,7 – 921,7 – 923,7 MHz
ZMNHCDB 868,1 MHz
ZMNHCDC 868,1 MHz
ZMNHCDD 919,8 MHz
ZMNHCDE 920,9 MHz

Configuration parameters

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

Flush Shutter device responds to the 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. 40 – Watt Power Consumption Reporting Threshold for Q1 or Q2 Loads

Choose by how much the 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 the power consumption in real time changes by more than the percentage value set in this parameter, compared to the previous power consumption 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 the percentage set in this parameter.

Parameter no. 42 – Power reporting in Watts by time interval for Q1 or Q2

The set value refers to the time interval with which the power consumption in Watts is reported (0 – 32767 seconds). If 0 is entered (by default), energy consumption reports will not be sent to the gateway (hub).

Values (size is 2 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 0 - Power consumption reporting disabled
  • 1 – 32767 = 1 - 32767 seconds. Power consumption reporting enabled. Report is sent according to time interval (value) set here.

Parameter no. 71 – Operating modes

Choose between the two operating modes. If the venetian mode is selected, an additional widget/endpoint will be displayed on the UI interface, which can be used to control the tilt position of the slats. If the Shutter mode is selected, this additional endpoint is hidden.

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 0 - Shutter mode
  • 1 - venetian mode (up/down and slate rotation)

NOTE1: After the value of this parameter is changed, first exclude device (without setting parameters to their default values), wait at least 30s and then re-include the device!

Parameter no. 72 – Slats tilting full turn time

Set the time, required by the slats, to make a full turn (180 degrees).

Values (size is 2 byte dec):

  • default value 150 = 1.5 seconds
  • 0 - tilting time disabled
  • 1 - 32767 = 0.01seconds – 327.67 seconds

NOTE: If the set time is too long and a full turn was already performed, the device will start to move up or down for the remaining time.

Parameter no. 73 – Slats position

Choose the position of the slats after up/down movement (activated through the Z-Wave gateway (hub) or the push-buttons) is completed.

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 1
  • 0 - Slats return to the previously set position only after being activated via the Z-Wave gateway (hub) (not valid for limit switch positions).
  • 1 - Slats return to the previously set position in case they were activated via the Z-Wave gateway (hub), push-button operation or when the lower limit switch is reached.

Parameter no. 74 – Motor moving up/down time

This parameter defines the time, required by the Shutter motor, to completely open or completely close the attached shutters.

Values (size is 2 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 0 – moving time disabled (working with limit switches)
  • 1 - 32767 = 0.1 seconds – 3276.7 seconds

After the set time passes, the motor stops (relay goes to the off state).

NOTE: It is important that the reference position, for setting the moving time, is always when the Shutter is at its lowest position!

Set parameter 74 to 0 and move the Shutter (using the up/down push-buttons or the main gateway (hub) UI) to the lowest desired position. When the Shutter reaches this position, set the parameter 74 to the duration, required by the Shutter, to completely open or completely close the attached shutters. At this point the Shutter can be moved up (open), but can't be moved down, because this position is already set as its lowest position.

To change the defined lowest position of the Shutter below the one, which is already defined (manual recalibration), the parameter 74 must be set to 0 and the procedure, which is described above, should be repeated.

In case the Shutter operates using limit switches, but the user still wants to control the opening/closing position with time, this is still possible. If a time duration, which is longer than the opening/closing time of the shutters in real time (limited by the limit switches), is set, the Shutter will stop at the limit switches, but the device relay will switch it off after a defined time, not by the limit switch of the Shutter. Take into consideration that in this condition, positioning the shutters with the slider (through the UI) will not display the correct position of the Shutter.

Parameter no. 76 - Motor operation detection

Define the power consumption threshold at the end positions. Based on this value, the device will know, that the shutters reached the limit switches.

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 30 = 30W
  • 0 - The value 0 means that reaching a limit switch will not be detected.
  • 1 - 127 = 1 - 127W

Parameter no. 78 - Forced Shutter calibration

By changing the value of this parameter from 0 to 1, the Shutter enters the calibration mode. For further information about the calibration process, please see section 13.

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 0
  • 1 - Start the calibration process. When the calibration process finishes
    (completing the full cycle - up, down and up again), set the value of the parameter 78 (Forced Shutter calibration) back to 0.

Parameter no. 85 – Power consumption max delay time

Define the maximum time before the power consumption of the motor, after one of the relays is switched ON, is read from the device. If there is no power consumption during the set time (motor not connected, damaged or requires longer time to start, motor at the end position), the relay will switch OFF. This time is defined by entering it manually.

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 30 = 3s
  • 0 = time is set automatically
  • 3 - 50 = 0.3seconds - 5seconds (100ms resolution)

Parameter no. 90 – Time delay for next motor movement

This parameter defines the minimum time duration between successive motor movements (minimum time after which the motor is switched off and on again).

Values (size is 1 byte dec):

  • default value 5 = 500ms
  • 1 - 30 = 0.1seconds - 3seconds (100ms resolution)

Temperature sensor settings

Parameter no. 110 – Temperature Sensor Offset Settings

Set value is added to or subtracted from the actually measured value to adjust the temperature report sent by an external sensor (sold separately). This parameter only applies to the 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°C and 100 stands for 10.0°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

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

+ +VDC (12-24 VDC)
- -VDC (0V)
Q1↑ Output for motor UP (open)
Q2↑ Output for motor DOWN (close)
I2 Input for switch/push button DOWN (close)
I1 Input for switch/push button UP (open)
TS Temperature sensor terminal
S Service button (used to add or remove device from the Z-Wave network)

Package content

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