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IS140-2 PIR sensor with relay

This describes the Z-Wave device IS140-2, manufactured by Steinel with the thing type UID of steinel_is1402_00_000.

The device is in the category of Motion Detector, defining Motion sensors/detectors.

IS140-2 product image

The IS140-2 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

11. Technical specifications

Dimensions H x W x D 70 × 86 × 95 mm

Mains power supply 230-240 V, 50 Hz

Output Incandescent lamps, max. 1000 W at 230 V AC

Fluorescent lamp, max. 500 VA at cos = 0.5,

inductive load at 230 V AC

LED lamps, max. 6 × 58 W, C ≤ 132 μF at 230 V AC *1)

Sensor technology Passive infrared

Angle of coverage 140° with sneak-by guard

Reach max. 14 m (temperature-stabilised) via control dial

Time setting 3 min. factory setting /

1 s to 15 min with the app

Twilight setting 2-2000 lux via control dial and with the app

IP rating IP54

Temperature range -20°C to +50°C

Z-Wave wireless range approx. 100 m (unobstructed line of vision)

Radio frequency band 868 MHz

Transmitter power ≤ 2.5 mW

*1) Fluorescent lamps, low-energy lamps, LED lights with electronic ballast

(total capacity of all ballasts connected below the level stated).

Inclusion Information

To start the motion detector’s inclusion or exclusion mode, turn the device’s control dial to “Set” and back to “0” within 5 seconds. Following exclusion, all configuration parameters (time, sensitivity etc.) remain intact until next inclusion and the light now works in standalone mode – as a result, Z-Wave can also be used for the light’s standalone setting. Z-Wave control dial (E) Control dial for inclusion and exclusion as well as for returning the device to the factory setting.

Exclusion Information

To start the motion detector’s inclusion or exclusion mode, turn the device’s control dial to “Set” and back to “0” within 5 seconds. Following exclusion, all configuration parameters (time, sensitivity etc.) remain intact until next inclusion and the light now works in standalone mode – as a result, Z-Wave can also be used for the light’s standalone setting. Z-Wave control dial (E) Control dial for inclusion and exclusion as well as for returning the device to the factory setting.

Channels

The following table summarises the channels available for the IS140-2 -:

Channel Channel Id Category Item Type
Switch switch_binary Switch Switch
Scene Number scene_number   Number
Binary Sensor sensor_binary Door Switch
Sensor (luminance) sensor_luminance Temperature Number
Alarm (burglar) alarm_burglar Door Switch
Alarm (system) alarm_system   Switch
Alarm (burglar) motion alarm_burglar1 Door Switch
Sensor (luminance) sensor_luminance2 Temperature Number
Relay Switch switch_binary3 Switch Switch

Switch

Switch the power on and off.

The switch_binary channel supports the Switch item and is in the Switch category.

Scene Number

Triggers when a scene button is pressed.

The scene_number channel supports the Number item.

Binary Sensor

Indicates if a sensor has triggered.

The sensor_binary channel supports the Switch item and is in the Door category. This is a read only channel so will only be updated following state changes from the device.

The following state translation is provided for this channel to the Switch item type -:

Value Label
ON Triggered
OFF Untriggered

Sensor (luminance)

Indicates the current light reading.

The sensor_luminance channel supports the Number item and is in the Temperature category. This is a read only channel so will only be updated following state changes from the device.

Alarm (burglar)

Indicates if the burglar alarm is triggered.

The alarm_burglar channel supports the Switch item and is in the Door category. This is a read only channel so will only be updated following state changes from the device.

The following state translation is provided for this channel to the Switch item type -:

Value Label
OFF Ok
ON Alarm

Alarm (system)

Indicates if a system alarm is triggered.

The alarm_system channel supports the Switch item. This is a read only channel so will only be updated following state changes from the device.

The following state translation is provided for this channel to the Switch item type -:

Value Label
OFF Ok
ON Alarm

Alarm (burglar) motion

Indicates if the burglar alarm is triggered.

The alarm_burglar1 channel supports the Switch item and is in the Door category. This is a read only channel so will only be updated following state changes from the device.

The following state translation is provided for this channel to the Switch item type -:

Value Label
OFF Ok
ON Alarm

Sensor (luminance)

Indicates the current light reading.

The sensor_luminance2 channel supports the Number item and is in the Temperature category. This is a read only channel so will only be updated following state changes from the device.

Relay Switch

Switch the power on and off.

The switch_binary3 channel supports the Switch item and is in the Switch category.

Device Configuration

The following table provides a summary of the 12 configuration parameters available in the IS140-2. Detailed information on each parameter can be found in the sections below.

Param Name Description
1 Time Duration of light after motion detection
2 Light Light threshold [lx]:
5 Sensitivity Motion Radar Sensitivity [%]
8 Global_Light external ambient light value
9 SLAVE_MODE Disable local control
10 (OFF_BEHAVIOUR) Off behaviour (timeout)
11 ON_BEHAVIOUR On behaviour (timeout)
12 ON_TIME_OVER On behaviour time over (timeout)
13 ON_OFF_ BEHAVIOUR Sequence On-Off behaviour (timeout)
14 OFF_ON_ BEHAVIOUR Sequence Off-On behaviour (timeout)
15 SEQUENCE_ TIME Sequence timing
16 MOTION_ DISABLE Motion Off behaviour (timeout)
  Switch All Mode Set the mode for the switch when receiving SWITCH ALL commands

Parameter 1: Time

Duration of light after motion detection

Values in the range 5 to 900 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 180.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_1_2 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 2: Light

Light threshold [lx]: 0 – run Learn ambient light sequence.
2000 – is used as daylight (always night mode).
Value can be controlled via potentiometer (if present on device) –
potentiometer value is then used as the default value and any
potentiometer movement rewrites the current setting. Values in the range 0 to 2000 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 2000.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_2_2 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 5: Sensitivity

Motion Radar Sensitivity [%] Value can be controlled via potentiometer (if present on device) – potentiom-
eter value is then used as the default value and any potentiometer movement
rewrites the current setting. Values in the range 2 to 100 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 100.

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

Parameter 8: Global_Light

external ambient light value When GLOBAL_LIGHT mode is ON – device overrides its own light sensor
values and uses Light Report values from any Z-Wave light sensor instead –
this has to be configured appropriately to send light automatically.
If the last remote light level value is older than 30 minutes, the internal light
value is used again until the next external value is received. Values in the range 0 to 1 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 1.

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

Parameter 9: SLAVE_MODE

Disable local control “Stupid” mode (bit 2 = 1):
- has higher priority then slave mode
- lamp/relay is permanently on (for simple power wall switch controlling)

Slave mode (bit 0 =1):
- only if included in Z-Wave network
- useful for controlling via third-party sensor
- lamp/relay is directly controlled via Z-Wave, internal sensors are not used
for controlling it

Central unit checking (bit 1 =1): (useful especially for controlling via gateway)
When slave bit is 0:
- device signalises fail of lifeline connection (if this bit is zero, fail of lifeline
connection is not signalised)

When slave bit is 1:
- device checks presence of Z-Wave device in lifeline group (gateway).
If it is not present for 2 minutes (testing repeatedly every 30 seconds)
device switches to normal mode in the same way as after the end of
local disabled mode (ON_BEHAVIOUR)
- the device checks every 1 minute for recovery of lifeline connection
- if no lifeline specified - it works in normal mode

Do not use button for lamp switching (bit 6 = 1): only for STOGGLE variant
- disables button controlling device itself along with controlling group 5.
When enabled also works in stand-alone.

Be careful with this option, device stops using its own motion sensor in
Slave and “Stupid” mode.

bit field:

bit 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Function - Don’t use
button
for lamp -
switching
(STOGGLE) - - - “Stupid”
mode Central
unit
checking
in slave
mode Slave
mode Values in the range 0 to 4 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 2.

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

Parameter 10: (OFF_BEHAVIOUR)

Off behaviour (timeout) Behaviour after BASIC OFF (and similar commands).
If a transition (even with zero change) with a non-default duration is to be pro-
cessed, the transition cannot be interrupted by any motion event in any case.

0 = Lamp/Relay is switched off and remains so until any new motion
event (local or remote) is received.

1 - 209 = Lamp/Relay is switched off and remains so until after a specified
timeout once a new motion event (local or remote) is received.
Timeout:
1..100 – 1 second (1) to 100 seconds (100) in 1-second resolution
101..200 – 1 minute (101) to 100 minutes (200) 1-minute resolution
201..209 – 1 hour (201) to 9 hours (209) in 1-hour resolution

210 - 254 = Reserved

255 = Lamp/relay is switched off for TIME (cfg 1). It does not wait for a
motion event and works normally via current motion evaluation. Values in the range 0 to 255 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 10.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_10_2 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 11: ON_BEHAVIOUR

On behaviour (timeout) Behaviour after BASIC ON (and similar commands).
If a transition (even with zero change) with a non-default duration is to be
processed, the transition cannot be interrupted by any motion event in any
case.

0 = Lamp/relay is switched on and remains so until any new motion
event (local or remote) is received. It then works normally via current
motion evaluation.
Notice – during the day, this mode cannot be ended remotely due
to motion events not being transmitted – only via local motion sen-
sor if enabled.

1 - 209 = Lamp/relay is switched on and remains so until after a specified
timeout once a new motion event (local or remote) is received. It then
works normally via current motion evaluation.
Timeout:
1..100 – 1 second (1) to 100 seconds (100) in 1-second resolution
101..200 – 1 minute (101) to 100 minutes (200) in 1-minute resolution
201..209 – 1 hour (201) to 9 hours (209) in 1-hour resolution
Notice – during the day, this mode cannot be ended remotely due to
motion events not being transmitted – only via local motion sensor if
enabled.

210 - 254 = Reserved

255 = Lamp/relay is switched on for TIME (cfg 1). It does not wait for a
motion event and works normally via current motion evaluation. Values in the range 0 to 255 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 255.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_11_2 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 12: ON_TIME_OVER

On behaviour time over (timeout) Time limit to stop waiting for motion after timeout of ON_BEHAVIOUR or
OFF_ON_BEHAVIOUR (0-209) to prevent staying ON forever when there is
no motion.

0 = No additional waiting for motion.

1 - 209 = 1..100 – 1 second (1) to 100 seconds (100) in 1-second resolution
101..200 – 1 minute (101) to 100 minutes (200) in 1-minute resolution
201..209 – 1 hour (201) to 9 hours (209) in 1-hour resolution

210 - 254 = Reserved

255 = Never stop waiting for motion. Values in the range 0 to 255 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 204.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_12_2 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 13: ON_OFF_ BEHAVIOUR

Sequence On-Off behaviour (timeout) Behaviour after a rapid sequence of BASIC ON and BASIC OFF commands.
The intention is to use a much longer timeout value than the time after a
single ON command which should then be followed by a short timeout value.
The behaviour is the same as for parameter 10 (OFF_LOCAL_DISABLE)
except: 255 – device ignores ON - OFF sequence and uses OFF behaviour. Values in the range 0 to 255 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 204.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_13_2 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 14: OFF_ON_ BEHAVIOUR

Sequence Off-On behaviour (timeout) Behaviour after a rapid sequence of BASIC OFF and BASIC ON commands.
The intention is to use a much longer timeout value than the time after a sin-
gle OFF command which should then be followed by a short timeout value.
The behaviour is the same as for parameter 11 (ON_LOCAL_DISABLE)
except: 255 – device ignores OFF - ON sequence and uses ON behaviour. Values in the range 0 to 255 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 204.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_14_2 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 15: SEQUENCE_ TIME

Sequence timing Time in [100 milliseconds] of maximum delay between BASIC ON and BASIC
OFF (and vice versa) to consider this as a sequence. It is typically 1 second,
but can be exceptionally longer due to retransmissions and overload – in this
case, a longer interval can be allowed (up to 5 seconds). Values in the range 10 to 50 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 10.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_15_1 and is of type INTEGER.

Parameter 16: MOTION_ DISABLE

Motion Off behaviour (timeout) Motion disable timeout after BASIC SET to motion endpoint when the inter-
nal motion sensor is not used for evaluating the behaviour of the lamp (SLAMP)
relay (SPIR) and groups 2 and 3. Events are, however, still transmitted to the
Lifeline, and the device can be controlled via remote motion sensors.

0 = BASIC SET to motion sensor endpoint ignored, BASIC to root is
mapped to relay endpoint, (SPIR) motion sensor still enabled

1 - 209 = Internal motion sensor is disabled for specified timeout after BASIC
SET 0x00 to motion endpoint.
Timeout:
1..100 – 1 second (1) to 100 seconds (100) in 1-second resolution
101..200 – 1 minute (101) to 100 minutes (200) in 1-minute resolution
201..209 – 1 hour (201) to 9 hours (209) in 1-hour resolution

210 - 254 = Reserved

255 = BASIC SET to motion endpoint ignored, motion sensor still disabled. Values in the range 0 to 255 may be set.

The manufacturer defined default value is 0.

This parameter has the configuration ID config_16_2 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 IS140-2 supports 5 association groups.

Group 0: Root

Root This group supports 1 nodes.

Group 1: Lifeline

Lifeline This group supports 1 nodes.

Group 2: Control: Key01

On/Off control This group supports 16 nodes.

Group 3: Notification: Motion

Motion Begin/End This group supports 16 nodes.

Group 4: Sensor: Luminescence

Ambient light This group supports 15 nodes.

Technical Information

Endpoints

Endpoint 0

| Command Class | Comment | |—————|———| | COMMAND_CLASS_NO_OPERATION_V0| | | COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V1| | | COMMAND_CLASS_APPLICATION_STATUS_V0| | | COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_BINARY_V1| Linked to BASIC| | COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL_V1| | | COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTIVATION_V0| | | COMMAND_CLASS_SCENE_ACTUATOR_CONF_V0| | | COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_BINARY_V0| | | COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL_V4| | | COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO_V1| | | COMMAND_CLASS_DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY_V1| | | COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2| | | COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_V4| | | COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION_V1| | | COMMAND_CLASS_ALARM_V4| | | COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC_V2| | | COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL_V1| | | COMMAND_CLASS_NODE_NAMING_V1| | | COMMAND_CLASS_FIRMWARE_UPDATE_MD_V3| | | COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V2| | | COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION_V2| | | COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V3| | | COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CMD_V0| | | COMMAND_CLASS_MARK_V0| |

Endpoint 1

| Command Class | Comment | |—————|———| | COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V1| | | COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO_V1| | | COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2| | | COMMAND_CLASS_ALARM_V4| Linked to BASIC| | COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V2| | | COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V3| | | COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_ALARM_V0| |

Endpoint 2

| Command Class | Comment | |—————|———| | COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL_V4| Linked to BASIC| | COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO_V1| | | COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2| | | COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V2| | | COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V3| |

Endpoint 3

Command Class Comment
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V1  
COMMAND_CLASS_APPLICATION_STATUS_V1  
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_BINARY_V1 Linked to BASIC
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL_V1  
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO_V1  
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2  
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V2  
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V3  

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