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Z-Wave Association Capabilities

Model: KeyFob (FGKF-601)

Z-Wave Certification Number: ZC10-19076602


Group ID Group Profile Name Profile Maximum Nodes Description Endpoint ID Commands
1 1 “Lifeline” reports the device status and allows for assigning single device only (main controller by default). 0
2 5 “Square - On/Off” is assigned to clicking the □ button and is used to turn on/off associated devices. 0
3 5 “Square - Multilevel” is assigned to clicking and holding the □ button and is used to turn on/off and change level of associated devices. 0
4 5 “Circle - On/Off” is assigned to clicking the ○ button and is used to turn on/off associated devices. 0
5 5 “Circle - Multilevel” is assigned to clicking and holding the ○ button and is used to turn on/off and change level of associated devices. 0
6 5 “Cross - On/Off” is assigned to clicking the x button and is used to turn on/off associated devices. 0
7 5 “Cross - Multilevel” is assigned to clicking and holding the x button and is used to turn on/off and change level of associated devices. 0
8 5 “Triangle - On/Off” is assigned to clicking the Δ button and is used to turn on/off associated devices. 0
9 5 “Triangle - Multilevel” is assigned to clicking and holding the Δ button and is used to turn on/off and change level of associated devices. 0
10 5 “Minus - On/Off” is assigned to clicking the - button and is used to turn on/off associated devices. 0
11 5 “Minus - Multilevel” is assigned to clicking and holding the - button and is used to turn on/off and change level of associated devices. 0
12 5 “Plus - On/Off” is assigned to clicking the + button and is used to turn on/off associated devices. 0
13 5 “Plus - Multilevel” is assigned to clicking and holding the + button and is used to turn on/off and change level of associated devices. 0