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45602 Lamp Module with Dimmer Control

This describes the Z-Wave device 45602, manufactured by ACT - Advanced Control Technologies with the thing type UID of act_45602_00_000.

The 45602 supports routing. This allows the device to communicate using other routing enabled devices as intermediate routers. This device is also able to participate in the routing of data from other devices.

Overview

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Channels

The following table summarises the channels available for the 45602 -:

Channel Channel Id Category Item Type
Dimmer switch_dimmer DimmableLight Dimmer

Dimmer

The brightness channel allows to control the brightness of a light. It is also possible to switch the light on and off.

The switch_dimmer channel supports the Dimmer item and is in the DimmableLight category.

Device Configuration

The following table provides a summary of the 8 configuration parameters available in the 45602. Detailed information on each parameter can be found in the sections below.

Param Name Description
5 Ignore Start Level When Receiving Dim Commands  
7 Dim Rate Step Count - ZWave Control Number of steps the dimmer will change when controlling via ZWave
8 Dim Rate Step Duration - ZWave Control Timing of each step the dimmer will change when controlling via ZWave
9 Dim Rate Step Count - Manual Control Number of steps the dimmer will change when controlling manually
10 Dim Rate Step Duration - manual Control Timing of each step the dimmer will change when controlling manually
11 Dim Rate Step Count - ZWave All on/off Number of steps the dimmer will change when receiving a ZWave all on/off command
12 Dim Rate Step Duration - ZWave All on/off Timing of each step the dimmer will change when receiving a ZWave all on/off command
29 Load Sensing Sense when existing switch is used to turn on the lamp
  Switch All Mode Set the mode for the switch when receiving SWITCH ALL commands

Parameter 5: Ignore Start Level When Receiving Dim Commands

Every “Dim” command from your remote controller includes a start level embedded in it. The 45602 can be set to ignore the start level that is part of the dim command. Setting parameter 5 to a value of 0 will cause the 45602 to dim or brighten from the start level embedded in the command The following option values may be configured -:

Value Description
0 Respect Start Level
1 Ignore Start Level (default)

The manufacturer defined default value is 1 (Ignore Start Level (default)).

This parameter has the configuration ID config_5_1 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 7: Dim Rate Step Count - ZWave Control

Number of steps the dimmer will change when controlling via ZWave Dim Rate Adjustments: Both the number of steps (or levels) that the dimmer will change and the timing of the steps can be modified to suit personal preferences. The timing of the steps can be adjusted in 10 millisecond intervals. As an example, the default setting for parameter 8 is “3”. This means that the lighting level will change every 30 milliseconds when the Dim Command is received. A value of 255 would mean that the level would change every 2.55 seconds. Combined, the two parameters allow dim rate adjustments from 10 milliseconds to 4.2 minutes to go from maximum-to-minimum or minimum-to-maximum brightness levels Values in the range 1 to 99 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 1.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_7_1 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 8: Dim Rate Step Duration - ZWave Control

Timing of each step the dimmer will change when controlling via ZWave Dim Rate Adjustments: Both the number of steps (or levels) that the dimmer will change and the timing of the steps can be modified to suit personal preferences. The timing of the steps can be adjusted in 10 millisecond intervals. As an example, the default setting for parameter 8 is “3”. This means that the lighting level will change every 30 milliseconds when the Dim Command is received. A value of 255 would mean that the level would change every 2.55 seconds. Combined, the two parameters allow dim rate adjustments from 10 milliseconds to 4.2 minutes to go from maximum-to-minimum or minimum-to-maximum brightness levels Values in the range 1 to 255 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 3.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_8_1 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 9: Dim Rate Step Count - Manual Control

Number of steps the dimmer will change when controlling manually Dim Rate Adjustments: Both the number of steps (or levels) that the dimmer will change and the timing of the steps can be modified to suit personal preferences. The timing of the steps can be adjusted in 10 millisecond intervals. As an example, the default setting for parameter 8 is “3”. This means that the lighting level will change every 30 milliseconds when the Dim Command is received. A value of 255 would mean that the level would change every 2.55 seconds. Combined, the two parameters allow dim rate adjustments from 10 milliseconds to 4.2 minutes to go from maximum-to-minimum or minimum-to-maximum brightness levels Values in the range 1 to 99 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 1.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_9_1 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 10: Dim Rate Step Duration - manual Control

Timing of each step the dimmer will change when controlling manually Dim Rate Adjustments: Both the number of steps (or levels) that the dimmer will change and the timing of the steps can be modified to suit personal preferences. The timing of the steps can be adjusted in 10 millisecond intervals. As an example, the default setting for parameter 8 is “3”. This means that the lighting level will change every 30 milliseconds when the Dim Command is received. A value of 255 would mean that the level would change every 2.55 seconds. Combined, the two parameters allow dim rate adjustments from 10 milliseconds to 4.2 minutes to go from maximum-to-minimum or minimum-to-maximum brightness levels Values in the range 1 to 255 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 3.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_10_1 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 11: Dim Rate Step Count - ZWave All on/off

Number of steps the dimmer will change when receiving a ZWave all on/off command Dim Rate Adjustments: Both the number of steps (or levels) that the dimmer will change and the timing of the steps can be modified to suit personal preferences. The timing of the steps can be adjusted in 10 millisecond intervals. As an example, the default setting for parameter 8 is “3”. This means that the lighting level will change every 30 milliseconds when the Dim Command is received. A value of 255 would mean that the level would change every 2.55 seconds. Combined, the two parameters allow dim rate adjustments from 10 milliseconds to 4.2 minutes to go from maximum-to-minimum or minimum-to-maximum brightness levels Values in the range 1 to 99 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 1.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_11_1 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 12: Dim Rate Step Duration - ZWave All on/off

Timing of each step the dimmer will change when receiving a ZWave all on/off command Dim Rate Adjustments: Both the number of steps (or levels) that the dimmer will change and the timing of the steps can be modified to suit personal preferences. The timing of the steps can be adjusted in 10 millisecond intervals. As an example, the default setting for parameter 8 is “3”. This means that the lighting level will change every 30 milliseconds when the Dim Command is received. A value of 255 would mean that the level would change every 2.55 seconds. Combined, the two parameters allow dim rate adjustments from 10 milliseconds to 4.2 minutes to go from maximum-to-minimum or minimum-to-maximum brightness levels Values in the range 1 to 255 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 3.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_12_1 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 29: Load Sensing

Sense when existing switch is used to turn on the lamp Load sensing allows you to operate the lamp using the existing switch on the lamp by sensing a change in the resistive load of the light plugged in. When it detects the change in resistance it will turn the lamp on to full power.

When replacing a burned-out light bulb, the load sensing feature will automatically turn the light ON when the new bulb is installed even if the Z-wave module was previously turned OFF The following option values may be configured -:

Value Description
0 Disabled (default)
1 Enabled

The manufacturer defined default value is 0 (Disabled (default)).

This parameter has the configuration ID config_29_1 and is of type INTEGER.

Switch All Mode

Set the mode for the switch when receiving SWITCH ALL commands.

The following option values may be configured -: | Value | Description | |——–|————-| | 0 | Exclude from All On and All Off groups | | 1 | Include in All On group | | 2 | Include in All Off group | | 255 | Include in All On and All Off groups |

This parameter has the configuration ID switchall_mode and is of type INTEGER.

Association Groups

Association groups allow the device to send unsolicited reports to the controller, or other devices in the network. Using association groups can allow you to eliminate polling, providing instant feedback of a device state change without unnecessary network traffic.

The device does not support associations.

Technical Information

Endpoints

Endpoint 0

Command Class Comment
COMMAND_CLASS_NO_OPERATION_V1  
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V1  
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL_V1 Linked to BASIC
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL_V1  
COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION_V1  
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC_V1  
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL_V1  
COMMAND_CLASS_PROTECTION_V1  
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION_V1  

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