ZW100 Multisensor 6

This describes the Z-Wave device ZW100, manufactured by AEON Labs with the thing type UID of aeon_zw100_01_010.

Multisensor 6

Overview

RESET - Press and hold for 20 seconds

  • Reset MultiSensor to factory default:
    1. Press and hold the Action Button for 20 seconds.
    2. If holding time more than one second, the LED will blink faster and faster. If holding time more than
      20 seconds, the LED will be on for 2 seconds, which indicates reset is success, otherwise please
      repeat step 2.
  • Note:
    1, This procedure should only be used when the primary controller is inoperable.
    2, Reset MultiSensor to factory default settings, it will:
    a ), let the MultiSensor to be excluded in Z-Wave network;
    b), delete the Association settings;
    c), restore the Configuration settings to the default.  

Inclusion Information

Click one time

  1. Send non-security Node Info frame  
  • Add MultiSensor into Z-Wave network(non-security inclusion):
    1. Power on MultiSensor. The MultiSensor’s LED will blink slowly when you short press the Action
      Button.
    2. Let the primary controller into inclusion mode (If you don’t know how to do this, refer to its manual).
    3. Press the Action Button.
    4. If the inclusion is success, MultiSensor’s LED will be kept turning on for 8 seconds when you short
      press the Action Button. If the LED is still in slow blink, in which you need to repeat the process from
      step 2.

Short press 2 times within 1 second

    1. Send Security Node Info frame.
    2. Add MultiSensor into z-wave network(Security inclusion):
    3. Power on MultiSensor. The MultiSensor’s LED will blink slowly when you short press the Action
      Button.
    4. Let the primary controller into inclusion mode (If you don’t know how to do this, refer to its manual).
    5. Press the Action Button.
    6. If the inclusion is success, MultiSensor’s LED will be kept turning on for 8 seconds when you short
      press the Action Button. If the LED is still in slow blink, in which you need to repeat the process from
      step 2. 

Exclusion Information

Remove MultiSensor from Z-wave network:

  1. Power on MultiSensor. The MultiSensor’s LED will be kept turning on for 8 seconds when you short
    press the Action Button.
  2. Let the primary controller into exclusion mode (If you don’t know how to do this, refer to its manual).
  3. Press the Action Button.
  4. If the exclusion is success, MultiSensor’s LED will blink slowly when you short press the Action
    Button. If MultiSensor’s LED still keeps on status, in which you need to repeat the process from step 2.  

Wakeup Information

Press and hold for 3 seconds

Enable/disable wake up for 10 minutes.
(When it is enabled, the orange Led will fast blink) 

Channels

The following table summarises the channels available for the ZW100 Multisensor 6.

Channel Channel Id Channel Type UID Category Item Type
Binary Sensor sensor_binary sensor_binary Door Switch
Sensor (temperature) sensor_temperature sensor_temperature Temperature Number
Sensor (ultraviolet) sensor_ultraviolet sensor_ultraviolet Temperature Number
Sensor (luminance) sensor_luminance sensor_luminance Temperature Number
Sensor (relative humidity) sensor_relhumidity sensor_relhumidity Humidity Number
Motion Alarm alarm_motion alarm_motion Door Switch
Tamper Alarm alarm_tamper alarm_tamper   Switch
  battery-level system.battery-level    

Sensor (temperature)

Scale

Select the scale for temperature readings

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_scale      
Data Type TEXT   Default Value 0
Options Celsius (0)      
  Fahrenheit (1)      

Device Configuration

The following table provides a summary of the configuration parameters available in the ZW100 Multisensor 6. Detailed information on each parameter can be found below.

Parameter Description
2: Stay Awake in Battery Mode Stay awake for 10 minutes at power on
3: Motion Sensor reset timeout Motion Sensor reset timeout
4: Motion sensor sensitivity Sensitivity level of PIR sensor (1=minimum, 5=maximum)
5: Motion Sensor Triggered Command  
8: Timeout after wake up Set the timeout of awake after the Wake Up CC is sent out…
9: Report the current power mode Report the current power mode and the product state of battery power mode
9: Sleep State  
9: Power Mode  
39: Low Battery Report Report Low Battery if below this value
40: Selective Reporting Select to report on thresholds
41: Temperature Threshold Unit Sets the unit of the threshold
41: Temperature Threshold Threshold change in temperature to induce an automatic report.
42: Humidity Threshold Humidity percent change threshold
43: Luminance Threshold Luminance change threshold
44: Battery Threshold Battery level threshold
45: Ultraviolet Threshold Ultraviolet change threshold
46: Send Alarm Report if low temperature Send an alarm report if temperature is less than -15 °C
48: Send a report if the measurement is out of limits Send a report when the measurement is more than the upper limit value or less than the low…
51: Upper limit value of humidity sensor Upper limit value of humidity sensor
52: Lower limit value of humidity sensor Lower limit value of humidity sensor
53: Upper limit value of Lighting sensor Upper limit value of Lighting sensor
54: Lower limit value of Lighting sensor Lower limit value of Lighting sensor
55: Upper limit value of ultraviolet sensor Upper limit value of ultraviolet sensor
56: Lower limit value of ultraviolet sensor Lower limit value of ultraviolet sensor
57: Recover limit value of temperature sensor Recover limit value of temperature sensor
58: Recover limit value of humidity sensor Recover limit value of humidity sensor
59: Recover limit value of Lighting sensor. Recover limit value of Lighting sensor.
60: Recover limit value of Ultraviolet sensor Recover limit value of Ultraviolet sensor
61: Out-of-limit state of the Sensors Out-of-limit state of the Sensors
64: Default unit of the automatic temperature report Default unit of the automatic temperature report
81: LED function Disable/Enable LED function
101: Group 1 Periodic Reports Periodic reports to send to Group 1
102: Group 2 Periodic Reports Periodic reports to send to Group 2
103: Group 3 Periodic Reports Periodic reports to send to Group 3
111: Group 1 Report Interval How often to update Group 1
112: Group 2 Report Interval Group 2 Report Interval
113: Group 3 Report Interval Group 3 Report Interval
201: Temperature Calibration Temperature calibration in 0.1 deg steps
201: Temperature Calibration Unit  
201: Temperature Calibration Value Calibration value containing one decimal point
202: Humidity Sensor Calibration Humidity Sensor Calibration
203: Luminance Sensor Calibration Luminance Sensor Calibration
204: Ultraviolet Sensor Calibration Ultraviolet Sensor Calibration
252: Lock Configuration Parameters Enable or Disable changing of configuration parameters
41: Temperature Threshold Temperature change threshold
49: Upper limit value of temperature sensor Upper limit value of temperature sensor
49: Unit selection for upper limit value of temperature sensor Unit selection for upper limit value of temperature sensor
49: Upper limit value of temperature sensor Upper limit value of temperature sensor
50: Lower limit value of temperature sensor Lower limit value of temperature sensor
50: Unit selection for lower limit value of temperature sensor Unit selection for lower limit value of temperature sensor
50: Lower limit value of temperature sensor Lower limit value of temperature sensor
100: Set parameters 101-103 to default. Reset 101-103 to defaults
110: Set parameters 111-113 to default. Set parameters 111-113 to default.
255: Reset to default factory settings  
1: Group 1  
2: Group 2  
3: Group 3  

2: Stay Awake in Battery Mode

Stay awake for 10 minutes at power on

Overview

Enable/Disable waking up for 10 minutes when re-power on (battery mode) the MultiSensor.

  1. Value = 0, disable.
  2. Value =others, enable.
Property Value      
Configuration ID config_2_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options Disable (0)      
  Enable (1)      

3: Motion Sensor reset timeout

Motion Sensor reset timeout

Overview
  1. The default PIR time is 4 minutes. The Multisensor will send BASIC SET CC (0x00) to the associated nodes if no motion is triggered again in 4 minutes.
  2. Range: 10~3600.

Note:

  1. The time unit is second if the value range is in 10 to 255.
  2. If the value range is in 256 to 3600, the time unit will be minute and its value should follow the below rules:
    a), Interval time =Value/60, if the interval time can be divided by 60 and without remainder.
    b), Interval time= (Value/60) +1, if the interval time can be divided by 60 and has remainder.
  3. Other values will be ignored.
Property Value
Configuration ID config_3_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 10 to 3600
Default Value 240

4: Motion sensor sensitivity

Sensitivity level of PIR sensor (1=minimum, 5=maximum)

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_4_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 5
Options Disable (0)      
  Enable, sensitivity level 1 (minimum) (1)      
  Enable, sensitivity level 2 (2)      
  Enable, sensitivity level 3 (3)      
  Enable, sensitivity level 4 (4)      
  Enable, sensitivity level 5 (maximum) (5)      

5: Motion Sensor Triggered Command

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_5_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 1
Options Send Basic Set CC (1)      
  Send Sensor Binary Report CC (2)      

8: Timeout after wake up

Set the timeout of awake after the Wake Up CC is sent out…

Property Value
Configuration ID config_8_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 8 to 255
Default Value 30

9: Report the current power mode

Report the current power mode and the product state of battery power mode

Overview

Value1 (MSB): 0x00=USB power mode, 0x01=Battery power mode

Value2 (LSB): 0x00=keep sleep state for Battery power mode, 0x01=keep awake for 10 minutes for battery power mode

NOTE: this parameter cannot be used as Get/Set usage

Property Value
Configuration ID config_9_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 65535
Default Value 0

NOTE: This parameter is read-only.

9: Sleep State

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_9_2_00000001      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options Asleep (0)      
  Awake (1)      

NOTE: This parameter is read-only.

9: Power Mode

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_9_2_00000100      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options USB (0)      
  Battery (1)      

NOTE: This parameter is read-only.

39: Low Battery Report

Report Low Battery if below this value

Overview

Configure low battery value.
Value=10 to 50.(10% to 50%)

Property Value
Configuration ID config_39_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 10 to 50
Default Value 20

40: Selective Reporting

Select to report on thresholds

Overview

Enable/disable the selective reporting only when measurements reach a certain threshold or percentage set in 41-44 below. This is used to reduce network traffic. (0 == disable, 1 == enable)

Note: If USB Power, the Sensor will check threshold every 10 seconds. If battery power, the Sensor will check the threshold when it is waken up.

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_40_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options Disable (0)      
  Enable (1)      

41: Temperature Threshold Unit

Sets the unit of the threshold

Overview

According to specs, only 2 values are allowed in the lower word:

(0x0100=Celsius, 0x0200=Fahrenheit). 

This translates to the fact, that only the upper byte of the lower word is used with only 2 values allowed:

1= Celsius

2= Fahrenheit

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_41_4_0000FF00      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 1
Options Celsius (1)      
  Fahrenheit (2)      

41: Temperature Threshold

Threshold change in temperature to induce an automatic report.

Overview

It seems that only the lower byte of the upper word is used for temperature threshold.

Property Value
Configuration ID config_41_4_00FF0000
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 100
Default Value 0

42: Humidity Threshold

Humidity percent change threshold

Overview

Threshold change in humidity to induce an automatic report.
Note:

  1. The unit is %.
  2. The default value is 10, which means that if the current humidity gap is
    more than 10%, it will send out a humidity report.
Property Value
Configuration ID config_42_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 100
Default Value 10

43: Luminance Threshold

Luminance change threshold

Overview

Threshold change in luminance to induce an automatic report.

Property Value
Configuration ID config_43_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 1000
Default Value 100

44: Battery Threshold

Battery level threshold

Overview

Threshold change in battery level to induce an automatic report.

Note:

  1. The unit is %.
  2. The default value is 10, which means that if the current battery level gap is
    more than 10%, it will send out a battery report.
Property Value
Configuration ID config_44_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 100
Default Value 10

45: Ultraviolet Threshold

Ultraviolet change threshold

Overview

Threshold change in ultraviolet to induce an automatic report.

Property Value
Configuration ID config_45_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 100
Default Value 2

46: Send Alarm Report if low temperature

Send an alarm report if temperature is less than -15 °C

Overview

Enable/Disable to send the alarm report of low temperature (<-15°C)

Value=0, disable

Value=1, enable (The MultiSensor will send a report of Multi Level Temperature CC to controller if the current temperature is less then -15°C).

Note: The battery activity will reduced at low temperatures (-15 degrees Celsius and below), wich will lead to the product may not work normally. It is recommended to use USB power at low temperatures.

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_46_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options Disable (0)      
  Enable (1)      

48: Send a report if the measurement is out of limits

Send a report when the measurement is more than the upper limit value or less than the lower limit value.

Overview

Enable/disable to send a report when the measurement is more than the upper limit value or less than the lower limit value.

Bit mask = 0, disable.

Bit mask = 1, enable.

Bit 0 = temperature.

Bit 1 = humidity.

Bit 2 = luminance.

Bit 3 = ultraviolet.

The above bit masks are used to enable/disable to send out a report when the measurement is less than the lower limit value. The below bit masks are used to enable/disable to send out a report when the measurement is more than the upper limit value

Bit 4 = temperature.

Bit 5 = humidity.

Bit 6 = luminance.

Bit 7 = ultraviolet.

Note: If USB power, the Sensor will check the limit every 10 seconds. If battery power, the Sensor will check the limit when it is waken up. 

Property Value
Configuration ID config_48_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 255
Default Value 0

51: Upper limit value of humidity sensor

Upper limit value of humidity sensor

Overview

Set the upper limit value of humidity sensor. When the measurement is more than this upper limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report. Upper limit range: 0 to 100%. E.g. The default upper limit is 60%, when the measurement is more than 60%, it will be triggered to send out a humidity sensor report.  

Property Value
Configuration ID config_51_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 100
Default Value 60

52: Lower limit value of humidity sensor

Lower limit value of humidity sensor

Overview

Set the lower limit value of humidity sensor. When the measurement is less than this lower limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report. Lower limit range: 0 to 100%.

E.g. The default lower limit is 50%, when the measurement is less than 50%, it will be triggered to send out a humidity sensor report. 

Property Value
Configuration ID config_52_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 100
Default Value 50

53: Upper limit value of Lighting sensor

Upper limit value of Lighting sensor

Overview

Set the upper limit value of Lighting sensor. When the measurement is more than this upper limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report. Upper limit range: 0 to 30000 Lux.

E.g. The default upper limit is 1000Lux, when the measurement is more than 1000Lux, it will be triggered to send out a Lighting sensor report.  

Property Value
Configuration ID config_53_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 30000
Default Value 1000

54: Lower limit value of Lighting sensor

Lower limit value of Lighting sensor

Overview

Set the lower limit value of Lighting sensor. When the measurement is less than this lower limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report. Lower limit range: 0 to 30000 Lux.

E.g. The default lower limit is 100Lux, when the measurement is less than 100Lux, it will be triggered to send out a Lighting sensor report.  

Property Value
Configuration ID config_54_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 30000
Default Value 100

55: Upper limit value of ultraviolet sensor

Upper limit value of ultraviolet sensor

Overview

Set the upper limit value of ultraviolet sensor. When the measurement is more than this upper limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report. Upper limit range: 1 to 11.

E.g. The default upper limit is 8, when the measurement is more than 8, it will be triggered to send out a ultraviolet sensor report.  

Property Value
Configuration ID config_55_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 1 to 11
Default Value 8

56: Lower limit value of ultraviolet sensor

Lower limit value of ultraviolet sensor

Overview

Set the lower limit value of ultraviolet sensor. When the measurement is less than this upper limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report. Lower limit range: 1 to 11.

E.g. The default lower limit is 4, when the measurement is less than 8, it will be triggered to send out a ultraviolet sensor report.  

Property Value
Configuration ID config_56_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 1 to 11
Default Value 4

57: Recover limit value of temperature sensor

Recover limit value of temperature sensor

Overview

Set the recover limit value of temperature sensor.

Note:

  1. When the current measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit), the upper limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is more than the upper limit. After that the upper limit report would be disabled again until the measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit).

  2. When the current measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit), the lower limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is less than the lower limit. After that the lower limit report would be disabled again until the measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit).

  3. High byte is the recover limit value. Low byte is the unit (0x01=Celsius, 0x02=Fahrenheit).

  4. Recover limit range: 1.0 to 25.5 ℃/ ℉ (0x0101 to 0xFF01 or 0x0102 to 0xFF02).

E.g. The default recover limit value is 2.0 ℃/℉ (0x1401/0x1402), when the measurement is less than (Upper limit – 2), the upper limit report would be enabled one time or when the measurement is more

Property Value
Configuration ID config_57_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 65535
Default Value 0

58: Recover limit value of humidity sensor

Recover limit value of humidity sensor

Overview

Set the recover limit value of humidity sensor.

Note:

  1. When the current measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit), the upper limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is more than the upper limit. After that the upper limit report would be disabled again until the measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit).

  2. When the current measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit), the lower limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is less than the lower limit. After that the lower limit report would be disabled again until the measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit).

  3. Recover limit range: 1 to 50% (0x01 to 0x32).

E.g. The default recover limit value is 5%, when the measurement is less than (Upper limit – 5), the upper limit report would be enabled one time or when the measurement is more than (Lower limit + 5), the lower limit report would be enabled one time. 

Property Value
Configuration ID config_58_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 1 to 50
Default Value 5

59: Recover limit value of Lighting sensor.

Recover limit value of Lighting sensor.

Overview

Set the recover limit value of Lighting sensor.

Note:

  1. When the current measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit), the upper limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is more than the upper limit. After that the upper limit report would be disabled again until the measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit).

  2. When the current measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit), the lower limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is less than the lower limit. After that the lower limit report would be disabled again until the measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit).

  3. Unit = 10×Recover limit (Lux)

  4. Recover limit range: 10 to 2550Lux (0x01 to 0xFF).

E.g. The default recover limit value is 100 Lux, when the measurement is less than (Upper limit – 100), the upper limit report would be enabled one time or when the measurement is more than (Lower limit + 100), the lower limit report would be enabled one time. 

Property Value
Configuration ID config_59_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 1 to 255
Default Value 10

60: Recover limit value of Ultraviolet sensor

Recover limit value of Ultraviolet sensor

Overview

Set the recover limit value of Ultraviolet sensor.

Note:

  1. When the current measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit), the upper limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is more than the upper limit. After that the upper limit report would be disabled again until the measurement <= (Upper limit – Recover limit).

  2. When the current measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit), the lower limit report is enabled and then it would send out a sensor report when the next measurement is less than the lower limit. After that the lower limit report would be disabled again until the measurement >= (Lower limit + Recover limit).

  3. Recover limit range: 1 to 5 (0x01 to 0x05).

E.g. The default recover limit value is 2, when the measurement is less than (Upper limit – 2), the upper limit report would be enabled one time or when the measurement is more than (Lower limit + 2), the lower limit report would be enabled one time.  

Property Value
Configuration ID config_60_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 1 to 5
Default Value 2

61: Out-of-limit state of the Sensors

Out-of-limit state of the Sensors

Overview

Get the out-of-limit state of the Sensors.

Bit mask = 0, within the limit.

Bit mask = 1, out of the limit.

Bit 0 = temperature.

Bit 1 = humidity.

Bit 2 = luminance.

Bit 3 = ultraviolet.

The above bit masks are used to indicate whether the current measurements of the Sensors are out of the lower limit.. The below bit masks are used to indicate whether the current measurements of the Sensors are out of the upper limit.

Bit 4 = temperature.

Bit 5 = humidity.

Bit 6 = luminance.

Bit 7 = ultraviolet

Property Value
Configuration ID config_61_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 255
Default Value 0

NOTE: This parameter is read-only.

64: Default unit of the automatic temperature report

Default unit of the automatic temperature report

Overview

Set the default unit of the automatic temperature report in parameter 101- 103. 1 = Celsius. 2 = Fahrenheit.  

Property Value
Configuration ID config_64_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 1 to 2
Default Value 1

81: LED function

Disable/Enable LED function

Overview

Enable/disable the LED blinking.
0 = Enable LED blinking.
1 = Disable LED blinking only when the PIR is triggered.
2 = Completely disable LED for motion, wakeup, and sensor report.  

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_81_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options Enable LED blinking (0)      
  Disable PIR LED (1)      
  Disable ALL (2)      

101: Group 1 Periodic Reports

Periodic reports to send to Group 1

Overview

This value is a combination number made up of the sum of the values for the individual sensors and battery. The sensors have these values:

  • Battery=1
  • Ultraviolet=16
  • Temperature=32
  • Humidity=64
  • Light=128

1+16+32+64+128 = 241 and is the default value

Property Value
Configuration ID config_101_4
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 65535
Default Value 241

102: Group 2 Periodic Reports

Periodic reports to send to Group 2

Overview

This value is a combination number made up of the sum of the values for the individual sensors and battery. The sensors have these values:

  • Battery=1
  • Ultraviolet=16
  • Temperature=32
  • Humidity=64
  • Light=128
Property Value
Configuration ID config_102_4
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 65535
Default Value 0

103: Group 3 Periodic Reports

Periodic reports to send to Group 3

Overview

This value is a combination number made up of the sum of the values for the individual sensors and battery. The sensors have these values:

  • Battery=1
  • Ultraviolet=16
  • Temperature=32
  • Humidity=64
  • Light=128
Property Value
Configuration ID config_103_4
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 65535
Default Value 0

111: Group 1 Report Interval

How often to update Group 1

Overview

The interval time of sending reports in Report group 1 (Valid values 0x05-0x28DE80).

  1. The unit of interval time is second if USB power.
  2. If battery power, the minimum interval time is 60 minutes by default, for example, if the value is set to be more than 5 and less than 3600, the interval time is 60 minutes, if the value is set to be more than 3600 and less than 7200, the interval time is 120 minutes. You can also change the minimum interval time to 4 minutes via setting the interval value(3 bytes) to 240 in Wake Up Interval Set CC.
Property Value
Configuration ID config_111_4
Data Type INTEGER
Range 5 to 2678400
Default Value 3600

112: Group 2 Report Interval

Group 2 Report Interval

Overview

The interval time of sending reports in Report group 2 (Valid values 0x05-
0x28DE80).
Note:

  1. The unit of interval time is second if USB power.
  2. If battery power, the minimum interval time is 60 minutes by default, for
    example, if the value is set to be more than 5 and less than 3600, the interval
    time is 60 minutes, if the value is set to be more than 3600 and less than 7200,
    the interval time is 120 minutes. You can also change the minimum interval time
    to 4 minutes via setting the interval value(3 bytes) to 240 in Wake Up Interval Set
    CC.
Property Value
Configuration ID config_112_4
Data Type INTEGER
Range 5 to 2678400
Default Value 3600

113: Group 3 Report Interval

Group 3 Report Interval

Overview

The interval time of sending reports in Report group 3

  1. The unit of interval time is second if USB power.
  2. If battery power, the minimum interval time is 60 minutes by default, for example, if the value is set to be more than 5 and less than 3600, the interval time is 60 minutes, if the value is set to be more than 3600 and less than 7200, the interval time is 120 minutes. You can also change the minimum interval time to 4 minutes via setting the interval value(3 bytes) to 240 in Wake Up Interval Set CC.
Property Value
Configuration ID config_113_4
Data Type INTEGER
Range 5 to 2678400
Default Value 3600

201: Temperature Calibration

Temperature calibration in 0.1 deg steps

Overview

Temperature calibration (the available value range is [-128,127] or [-12.8°C ,12.7 °C ] ).
Note:

  1. High byte is the calibration value. Low byte is the unit (0x01=Celsius, 0x02=Fahrenheit).
  2. The calibration value (high byte) contains one decimal point. E.g. if the value is set to 20 (0x1401), the calibration value is 2.0°C (EU/AU version) or if the value is set to 20 (0x1402), the calibration value is 2.0 °F (US version)
  3. The calibration value = standard value - measure value. °C and the standard value = 23.2 °C , so the calibration value= 23.2 °C - 25.3 °C = -2.1 °C (0xEB). If the measure value =30.1 °C and the standard value = 33.2 °C , so the calibration value= 33.2 °C - 30.1 °C =3.1 °C (0x1F).
Property Value
Configuration ID config_201_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range -128 to 127
Default Value 0

201: Temperature Calibration Unit

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_201_2_000000FF      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 1
Options Celsius (1)      
  Fahrenheit (2)      

201: Temperature Calibration Value

Calibration value containing one decimal point

Property Value
Configuration ID config_201_2_0000FF00
Data Type INTEGER
Range -127 to 127
Default Value 0

202: Humidity Sensor Calibration

Humidity Sensor Calibration

Overview

Humidity sensor calibration (the available value range is [-50, 50]).
The calibration value = standard value - measure value.
E.g. If measure value =80RH and the standard value = 75RH, so the calibration
value= 75RH – 80RH= -5RH (0xFB).
If the measure value =85RH and the standard value = 90RH, so the calibration
value= 90RH – 85RH=5RH (0x05).

Property Value
Configuration ID config_202_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range -50 to 50
Default Value 0

203: Luminance Sensor Calibration

Luminance Sensor Calibration

Overview

Luminance sensor calibration (the available value range is [-1000, 1000]).
The calibration value = standard value - measure value.
E.g. If measure value =800Lux and the standard value = 750Lux, so the
calibration value= 750 – 800= -50 (0xFFCE).
If the measure value =850Lux and the standard value = 900Lux, so the calibration
value= 900 – 850=50 (0x0032).

Property Value
Configuration ID config_203_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range -1000 to 1000
Default Value 0

204: Ultraviolet Sensor Calibration

Ultraviolet Sensor Calibration

Overview

Ultraviolet sensor calibration (the available value range is [-10, 10]).
The calibration value = standard value - measure value.
E.g. If measure value =9 and the standard value = 8, so the calibration value= 8 –
9= -1 (0xFE).
If the measure value =7 and the standard value = 9, so the calibration value= 9 –
7=2 (0x02).

Property Value
Configuration ID config_204_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range -10 to 10
Default Value 0

252: Lock Configuration Parameters

Enable or Disable changing of configuration parameters

Overview

Enable/disable Configuration Locked (0 =disable, 1 = enable).

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_252_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options Disable (0)      
  Enable (1)      

41: Temperature Threshold

Temperature change threshold

Overview

Threshold change in temperature to induce an automatic report.
Note:

  1. The unit is Fahrenheit for US version, Celsius for EU/AU version.
  2. High byte is the threshold value. Low byte is the unit (0x01=Celsius, 0x02=Fahrenheit).
  3. The threshold value (high byte) contains one decimal point. E.g. if the value is set to 20 (0x1401), the threshold value =2.0°C (EU/AU version) or if the value is set to 20 (0x1402), the threshold value=2.0 °F (US version). When the current temperature gap is more then 2.0, which will induce a temperature report to be sent out.
Property Value      
Configuration ID config_41_4_wo      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 20
Options Temperature Threshold Unit (0)      

49: Upper limit value of temperature sensor

Upper limit value of temperature sensor

Overview

Set the upper limit value of temperature sensor. When the measurement is more than this upper limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report.

High byte is the upper limit value. Low bytes represent the unit (0x0100=Celsius, 0x0200=Fahrenheit).

  1. When unit is Celsius.

Upper limit range: -40.0 to 100.0 ℃ (0xFE70 to 0x03E8). E.g. The default upper limit of EU/AU version is 28.0 ℃ (0x0118), when the measurement is more than 28.0℃, it will be triggered to send out a temperature sensor report.

  1. When unit is Fahrenheit.

Upper limit range: -40.0 to 212.0 ℉ (0xFE70 to 0x0848). E.g. The default upper limit of US version is 82.4℉ (0X0338), when the measurement is more than 82.4℉, it will be triggered to send out a temperature sensor report.  

Property Value
Configuration ID config_49_4_wo
Data Type INTEGER
Range to
Default Value 0

49: Unit selection for upper limit value of temperature sensor

Unit selection for upper limit value of temperature sensor

Overview

Low bytes represent the unit (0x0100=Celsius, 0x0200=Fahrenheit). 

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_49_4_0000FF00_wo      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 1
Options Celsius (1)      
  Fahrenheit (2)      

49: Upper limit value of temperature sensor

Upper limit value of temperature sensor

Overview

Set the upper limit value of temperature sensor. When the measurement is more than this upper limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report. High byte is the upper limit value. Low bytes represent the unit (0x0100=Celsius, 0x0200=Fahrenheit).

  1. When unit is Celsius. Upper limit range: -40.0 to 100.0 ℃ (0xFE70 to 0x03E8).

E.g. The default upper limit of EU/AU version is 28.0 ℃ (0x0118), when the measurement is more than 28.0℃, it will be triggered to send out a temperature sensor report.

  1. When unit is Fahrenheit. Upper limit range: -40.0 to 212.0 ℉ (0xFE70 to 0x0848).

E.g. The default upper limit of US version is 82.4℉ (0X0338), when the measurement is more than 82.4℉, it will be triggered to send out a temperature sensor report.  

Property Value
Configuration ID config_49_4_7FFF0000_wo
Data Type INTEGER
Range to
Default Value 280

50: Lower limit value of temperature sensor

Lower limit value of temperature sensor

Overview

Set the lower limit value of temperature sensor. When the measurement is less than this lower limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report. High byte is the lower limit value. Low bytes represent the unit (0x0100=Celsius, 0x0200=Fahrenheit).

  1. When unit is Celsius.

Lower limit range: -40.0 to 100.0 ℃ (0xFE70 to 0x03E8). E.g. The default lower limit of EU/AU version is 0 ℃ (0x0000), when the measurement is less than 0℃, it will be triggered to send out a temperature sensor report.

  1. When unit is Fahrenheit.

Upper limit range: -40.0 to 212.0 ℉ (0xFE70 to 0x0848). E.g. The default lower limit of US version is 32.0℉ (0x0140), when the measurement is less than 32.0℉, it will be triggered to send out a temperature sensor report.  

Property Value
Configuration ID config_50_4_wo
Data Type INTEGER
Range to
Default Value 0

50: Unit selection for lower limit value of temperature sensor

Unit selection for lower limit value of temperature sensor

Overview

Low bytes represent the unit (0x0100=Celsius, 0x0200=Fahrenheit).  

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_50_4_0000FF00_wo      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 1
Options Celsius (1)      
  Fahrenheit (2)      

50: Lower limit value of temperature sensor

Lower limit value of temperature sensor

Overview

Set the lower limit value of temperature sensor. When the measurement is less than this lower limit, which will trigger to sent out a sensor report. High byte is the lower limit value. Low bytes represent the unit (0x0100=Celsius, 0x0200=Fahrenheit).

  1. When unit is Celsius. Lower limit range: -40.0 to 100.0 ℃ (0xFE70 to 0x03E8).

E.g. The default lower limit of EU/AU version is 0 ℃ (0x0000), when the measurement is less than 0℃, it will be triggered to send out a temperature sensor report.

  1. When unit is Fahrenheit. Upper limit range: -40.0 to 212.0 ℉ (0xFE70 to 0x0848).

E.g. The default lower limit of US version is 32.0℉ (0x0140), when the measurement is less than 32.0℉, it will be triggered to send out a temperature sensor report. 

Property Value
Configuration ID config_50_4_7FFF0000_wo
Data Type INTEGER
Range to
Default Value 0

100: Set parameters 101-103 to default.

Reset 101-103 to defaults

Overview

Set 101-103 to default.

Property Value
Configuration ID config_100_1_wo
Data Type INTEGER
Range to
Default Value 0

110: Set parameters 111-113 to default.

Set parameters 111-113 to default.

Overview

Set parameters 111-113 to default.   

Property Value
Configuration ID config_110_1_wo
Data Type INTEGER
Range to
Default Value 0

255: Reset to default factory settings

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_255_4_wo      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options Resets all configuration parameters to defaults (1)      
  Reset to default factory settings and be excluded (1431655765)      

1: Group 1

Property Value
Configuration ID group_1
Data Type TEXT
Range to

2: Group 2

Property Value
Configuration ID group_2
Data Type TEXT
Range to

3: Group 3

Property Value
Configuration ID group_3
Data Type TEXT
Range to

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