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Z-Wave Configuration Capabilities

Model: Flush On/Off Thermostat 2 (ZMNKID3)

Z-Wave Certification Number: ZC10-20036879


Parameter Number

Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

1 1 Parameter no. 1 – Input I1 switch type 0 to 1
(Default)
With this parameter, you can select between push-button (momentary) and on/off toggle switch types.

Parameter Number

Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

110 2 Parameter no. 110 – Temperature Sensor Offset Settings -270 to 270
(Default)
Values (size is 2 byte dec): • default value 0 • -270 - 270 NOTE1: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Celsius, then valid interval is -150 – 150 (-15.0 °C – 15.0 °C, resolution 0.1 °C) NOTE2: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, then valid interval is -270 - 270 (-27.0 °F – 27.0 °F, resolution 0.1 °F) NOTE3: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, note that Fahrenheit values will be converted to Celsius degrees. Due to conversion algorithm please be advised that configuration value could drift when converting values back and forth.

Parameter Number

Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

120 2 Parameter no. 120 – Temperature Sensor Reporting Threshold 0 to 270
(Default)
Values (size is 2 byte dec): • Default value 5 = 0.5°C • 0 – Reporting disabled • 0 – 270 NOTE1: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Celsius, then valid interval is 0 – 150 (0 °C – 15.0 °C, resolution 0.1 °C) NOTE2: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, then valid interval is 0 - 270 (0 °F – 27.0 °F, resolution 0.1 °F) NOTE3: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, note that Fahrenheit values will be converted to Celsius degrees. Due to conversion algorithm please be advised that configuration value could drift when converting values back and forth.

Parameter Number

Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

2 2 Parameter no. 110 – Temperature Sensor Offset Settings -270 to 270
(Default)
Values (size is 2 byte dec): • default value 0 • -270 - 270

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Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

4 1 Parameter no. 4 – Input 1 contact type 0 to 1
(Default)
Values (size is 1 byte dec): • default value 0 • 0 - NO (normally open) input type • 1 - NC (normally close) input type

Parameter Number

Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

40 1 Parameter no. 40 – Watt Power Consumption Reporting Threshold for Q⬆ Load 1 to 100
(Default)
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 Number

Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

42 2 Parameter no. 42 – Watt Power Consumption Reporting Time Threshold for Q⬆ 0 to 32767
(Default)
Values (size is 2 byte dec): • default value 600 (600 seconds = 10 minutes) • 0 - Power consumption reporting disabled • 30 - 32767 = 30 - 32767 seconds. Power consumption reporting enabled. Report is sent according to time interval (value) set here. EXAMPLE: If we set value to 30 s and the device reports Watts because of percent change of power (parameter 40 - Watt Power Consumption Reporting Threshold) at time = 5 seconds, then the device will send next meter report at time = 35 s (assuming the device has not sent report within interval 5 to 35 seconds).

Parameter Number

Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

43 2 Parameter no. 43 – Hysteresis Upper temperature offset 0 to 450
(Default)
Values (size is 2 byte dec): • default value 5 (0.5 °C) • 0 – 450 NOTE1: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Celsius, then valid interval is 0 – 250 (0.0 °C – 25.0 °C, resolution 0.1 °C) NOTE2: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, then valid interval is 0 – 450 (0.0 °F – 45.0 °F, resolution 0.1 °F) NOTE3: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, note that Fahrenheit values will be converted to Celsius degrees. Due to conversion algorithm please be advised that configuration value could drift when converting values back and forth.

Parameter Number

Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

44 2 Parameter no. 44 – Hysteresis Lower temperature offset 0 to 450
(Default)
Values (size is 2 byte dec): • default value 5 (0.5 °C) • 0 - 450 NOTE1: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Celsius, then valid interval is 0 – 250 (0.0 °C – 25.0 °C, resolution 0.1 °C) NOTE2: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, then valid interval is 0 – 450 (0.0 °F – 45.0 °F, resolution 0.1 °F) NOTE3: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, note that Fahrenheit values will be converted to Celsius degrees. Due to conversion algorithm please be advised that configuration value could drift when converting values back and forth.

Parameter Number

Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

45 2 Parameter no. 45 – Antifreeze -125 to 1000
(Default)
Values (size is 2 byte dec): • default value 50 (5.0 °C) • -125 – 545 • 1000 - Antifreeze functionality disabled NOTE1: Antifreeze is activated only in heating mode and it uses hysteresis of ±0.5 °C. NOTE2: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Celsius, then valid interval is -125 – 125 (-12.5 °C – 12.5 °C, resolution 0.1 °C) NOTE3: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, then valid interval is 95 – 545 (9.5 °F – 54.5 °F, resolution 0.1 °F) NOTE4: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, note that Fahrenheit values will be converted to Celsius degrees. Due to conversion algorithm please be advised that configuration value could drift when converting values back and forth.

Parameter Number

Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

59 1 Parameter no. 59 - Thermostat mode 0 to 1
(Default)
Values (size is 1 byte dec): • default value 0 • 0 - Heat mode • 1 - Cool mode NOTE1: After parameter change, first exclude device (without setting parameters to default value) and then re include the device!

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Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

60 2 Parameter no. 60 – Too low temperature limit -150 to 2120
(Default)
Values (size is 2 byte dec): • Default value 50 (Too low temperature limit is 5.0 °C) • -150 – 2120 NOTE1: Too low temperature limit is used with Association Group 3. NOTE2: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Celsius, then valid interval is -150 – 1000 (-15.0 °C – 100.0 °C, resolution 0.1 °C) NOTE3: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, then valid interval is 50 – 2120 (5.0 °F – 212.0 °F, resolution 0.1 °F) NOTE4: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, note that Fahrenheit values will be converted to Celsius degrees. Due to conversion algorithm please be advised that configuration value could drift when converting values back and forth.

Parameter Number

Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

61 2 Parameter no. 61 – Too high temperature limit 1 to 2120
(Default)
Values (size is 2 byte dec): • default value 700 (too high temperature limit is 70.0 °C) • 1 – 2120 NOTE1: Too high temperature limit is used with Association Group 3. NOTE2: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Celsius, then valid interval is 1 – 1000 (0.1 °C – 100.0 °C, resolution 0.1 °C) NOTE3: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, then valid interval is 322 – 2120 (32.2 °F – 212.0 °F, resolution 0.1 °F) NOTE4: If configuration parameter 78 (Scale selection) is set to Fahrenheit, note that Fahrenheit values will be converted to Celsius degrees. Due to conversion algorithm please be advised that configuration value could drift when converting values back and forth.

Parameter Number

Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

63 1 Parameter no. 63 – Output switch selection 0 to 1
(Default)
Values (size is 1 byte dec): • default value 0 • 0 - When switch/device is off the output is 0 V (NC). • 1 - When switch/device is off the output is 240 Vac or 24 Vdc (NO).

Parameter Number

Parameter Size

Parameter Name

Parameter Values

78 1 Parameter no. 78 – Scale Selection 0 to 1
(Default)
Values (size is 1 byte dec): • Default value 0 = degrees Celsius • 0 = degrees Celsius • 1 = degrees Fahrenheit