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Z-Wave Configuration Capabilities

Model: Light Strip (LZW45)

Z-Wave Certification Number: ZC12-20110133


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1 1 Number of Pixels When individually addressable LEDs are used, this parameter tells the controller the number of pixels that are attached. 0 - Automatic recognition of pixels. 1..130 - Manually set the number of pixels.

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0 0 130 No No No

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0   Automatic Recognition of Pixels
1   Manual input of Pixels (1 = 1 Pixel, 2 = 2 Pixels, etc)

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10 1 State Power Restored The state the switch should return to once power is restored after power failure. 0 - Off. 1 - Default Color / Level (Parameter 9). 2 - Previous

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2 0 2 No No No

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0   Off
1   Returns to the default color / level as set in Parameter 9
2   Returns to the previous setting before loss of power

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17 1 Active power reports The power level change that will result in a new power report being sent. The value is a percentage of the previous report. 0 = disabled.

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10 0 100 No No No

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0   Disabled
1   Set the percentage level change of the previous report (1 = 1%, 2 = 2%, etc)

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18 2 Periodic reports Time period between consecutive power & energy reports being sent (in seconds). The timer is reset after each report is sent.

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3600 0 32767 No No No

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0   Disabled
1   Set the time period in seconds (1 = 1 second, 2 = 2 seconds, etc)

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19 1 Active energy reports Energy reports Energy level change which will result in sending a new energy report. Available settings: 0 - energy reports disabled, 1-127 (0.01-1.27 kWh) - report triggering threshold, Default setting: 10 (0.1 kWh)

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10 0 127 No No No

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0   Disabled
1   Report triggering threshold (10 = 0.1 kWh)

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2 1 Dimming Speed This changes the speed in which the lightstrip dims up or down. A setting of 0 should turn the light immediately on or off (almost like an on/off switch). Increasing the value should slow down the transition speed. 0 - Instant, 1 - Fast .. 98 - Slow

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3 0 98 No No No

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0   Instant on
1   Speed of dimming up or down (1 = fast, 98 = slow)

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21 4 Quick Strip Effect Turn on a quick effect that is similar to the LED notifications on our dimmers and switches. See website for details. https://inovelli.com/lzw45/parameters

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0 0 2147483647 No No No

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0   See website for further instructions: https://inovelli.com/lzw45/parameters

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22 4 Custom Effect Parameter 1 A custom effect with up to 4 actions can be turned on with correct input for parameters 22-24, 30. This parameter controls the color and transition of those actions. See website for details. https://inovelli.com/lzw45/parameters

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0 0 2139062143 No No No

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0   See website for further instructions: https://inovelli.com/lzw45/parameters

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23 4 Custom Effect Parameter 2 A custom effect with up to 4 actions can be turned on with correct input for parameters 22-24, 30. This parameter controls the level of those actions. See website for details. https://inovelli.com/lzw45/parameters

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0 0 1667457891 No No No

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0   See website for further instructions: https://inovelli.com/lzw45/parameters

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24 4 Custom Effect Parameter 3 A custom effect with up to 4 actions can be turned on with correct input for parameters 22-24, 30. This parameter controls the duration of those actions. See website for details. https://inovelli.com/lzw45/parameters

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0 0 1010580540 No No No

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0   See website for further instructions: https://inovelli.com/lzw45/parameters

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3 1 Ramp Rate This changes the speed in which the lightstrip turns on or off. For example, when a user sends the switch a basicSet(value: 0xFF) or basicSet(value: 0x00), this is the speed in which those actions take place. A setting of 0 should turn the light immediately on or off (almost like an on/off switch). Increasing the value should slow down the transition speed. A setting of 99 should keep this in sync with parameter 2. 0 - Instant. 1 - Fast .. 98 - Slow. 99 - Keep in sync with parameter 2

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99 0 99 No No No

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0   Instant on
1   Speed of turning on/off (1 = fast, 99 = slow)

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30 4 Custom Effect Parameter 4 A custom effect with up to 4 actions can be turned on with correct input for parameters 22-24, 30. This parameter controls the number of iterations, the end effect, and the scale of the duration in parameter 24. See website for details. https://inovelli.com/lzw45/parameters

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0 0 197375 No No No

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0   See website for further instructions: https://inovelli.com/lzw45/parameters

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31 2 Pixel Effect Turn on an effect that utilizes the individually addressable LEDs. Byte 0 = Effect, Byte 1 = Level

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0 0 32767 No No No

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0   See website for further instructions: https://inovelli.com/lzw45/parameters

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4 1 Minimum Level The minimum level that the strip can be dimmed to. Useful when the user has an LED strip that does not turn on or flickers at a lower level.

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1 1 45 No No No

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1   Percent value of the minimum dim level (1 = 1%, 2 = 2%, etc)

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5 1 Maximum Level The maximum level that the strip can be dimmed to. Useful when the user has an LED strip that reaches its maximum level before the dimmer value of 99.

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99 55 99 No No No

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55   Percent value of the maximum dim level (55 = 55%, 56 = 56%, etc)

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51 1 Button Delay The 700ms delay that occurs after pressing the physical button to turn the switch on/off is removed. Consequently this also removes the following scenes: 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x tap. Still working are the 1x tap, held, released, and the level up/down scenes.

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1 0 1 No No No

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0   Yes - Disable 700ms delay
1   No - Do not disable 700ms delay

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6 2 Auto Off Timer Automatically turns the strip off after this many seconds. When the strip is turned on a timer is started that is the duration of this setting. When the timer expires, the strip is turned off. 0 - Auto off is disabled

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0 0 32767 No No No

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0   Auto-off is disabled
1   Amount of seconds until the lightstrip turns off automatically (1 = 1 second, 2 = 2 seconds, etc)

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7 1 Default Level(Local) Default level for the strip when it is powered on from the local switch. A setting of 0 means that the switch will return to the level that it was on before it was turned off. 0 - Previous

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0 0 99 No No No

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0   Returns lightstrip to the previous level prior to being turned off
1   Percent level to turn the lightstrip to when turned on (1 = 1%, 2 = 2%, etc)

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8 1 Default Level (Z-Wave) Default level for the dimmer when it is powered on from a Z-Wave command (i.e. BasicSet(0xFF). A setting of 0 means that the switch will return to the level that it was on before it was turned off. 0 - Previous

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0 0 99 No No No

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0   Returns lightstrip to the previous level prior to being turned off
1   Percent level to turn the lightstrip to when turned on (1 = 1%, 2 = 2%, etc)

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9 4 Default Color&Temp Byte(3-2): Values between 2700-6500 represent a color temperature. Byte(1-0): Values between 1-360 represent the color on the Hue color wheel. The value of 361 represents a random color and a value of 0 represents the previous color.

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0 0 6500 No No No

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0   Returns the lightstrip to the previous color when turned on
1   Represents the values of the hue color wheel
2700   Represents the values of color temperature (Kelvins) where 2700 is warm white and 6500 is cool white