WPS104 Energy Driven Switch

This describes the Z-Wave device WPS104, manufactured by wiDom with the thing type UID of widom_wps104_00_000.

Energy Driven Switch

Channels

The following table summarises the channels available for the WPS104 Energy Driven Switch.

Channel Channel Id Channel Type UID Category Item Type
Switch switch_binary switch_binary Switch Switch
Sensor (power) sensor_power sensor_power Energy Number
Electric meter (volts) meter_voltage meter_voltage Energy Number
Electric meter (power factor) meter_powerfactor meter_powerfactor Energy Number
Electric meter (amps) meter_current meter_current Energy Number
Electric meter (watts) meter_watts meter_watts Energy Number
Electric meter (kWh) meter_kwh meter_kwh Energy Number

Device Configuration

The following table provides a summary of the configuration parameters available in the WPS104 Energy Driven Switch. Detailed information on each parameter can be found below.

Parameter Description
1: Controlling the relay by means of a single click on the external switch or on the integrat…
20: Device Status The final status achieved by the device when it receives a Basic Set command through the Z…
30: Overcurrent Level Sets the current level above which the time spent above that level is measured. Defined va…
31: Overcurrent Time Sets the time beyond which, in the case of overcurrent at a level higher than that establi…
32: Next State Defines the next state of the device if an overcurrent event has occurred. Available Param…
33: Meter Reset Provides total operating time from last meter reset. When set to 0 it resets the cumulativ…
34: Energy flow Determines whether energy events are related to energy consumed or energy produced. Availa…
35: UP Power Level Sets the level of instantaneous power in Watts beyond which time of permanence above this …
36: UP Power Time Sets the time in seconds beyond which, if instantaneous power remains at levels exceeding …
37: UP Power State Defines the next status of the device in the case of a UP Power event occurring. Available…
38: UP Power Associated Sets the level of instantaneous power beyond which the time of permanence below this level…
39: DOWN Power Level Sets the level of instantaneous power beyond which the time of permanence below this level…
40: DOWN Power Time SSets the time beyond which, if instantaneous power remains at levels below threshold defi…
41: DOWN Power State Defines the next state of the device in the case of a DOWN Power event occurring. Availabl…
42: DOWN Power Associated Defines the status of associated devices in the presence of a DOWN Power event. 0 - Associ…
43: DOWN Power Associated Sets the energy level that once exceeded an Energy Limit event occurs. Available Range: 0 …
44: Energy Limit State Defines the next state of the device in the case of an Energy Limit event occurring. Avail…
45: Variation Instantaneous Power Defines the percentage variation of instantaneous power determining the sending of the rep…
46: Report Time Frequency Defines the percentage variation of instantaneous power determining the sending of the rep…
47: Variation Total Energy Defines the increase of total energy required to generate a report listing the level of to…
48: Nominal Voltage Defines the nominal voltage value in tenths of volts. Together with parameter No. 49 this …
49: Fall In Maximum Voltage Defines, as a percentage, the nominal value for permitted fall in maximum voltage. Availab…
50: Electric parameters subjected to automatic notification Defines which electric parameters, other than power, will be subjected to automatic notifi…
51: Voltage RMS value Reading of this parameter returns the value of voltage RMS at the time of the reading expr…
52: Current RMS value Returns the value of current RMS expressed in hundredths of Amperes.
53: Power Factor Returns the value of power factor as a percentage
54: Total energy consumed Returns the value of total energy consumed expressed in Wh (thousandths of KWh).
55: Total energy produced Returns the value of total energy consumed expressed in Wh (thousandths of KWh).
60: Start-up status Defines the status of the device following a restart.
61: Configuration reset Defines which parameters should be reset to default values.
62: Type of external switch Defines the type of external switch connected to the device.
63: Load Control Defines the load control mode. Available Parameters are: 1 - DIRECT CONTROL The external l…
1: Lifeline Group  
2: Up Power Level Group  
3: Down Power Level Group  

1:

Controlling the relay by means of a single click on the external switch or on the integrated button. TOGGLE: If initial status is ON, then final status is OFF. If initial status is OFF, then final status is ON. ON: If the initial status

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_1_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 1
Options TOGGLE:ON/OFF (1)      
  ON (2)      
  OFF (3)      
  IGNORE (4)      

20: Device Status

The final status achieved by the device when it receives a Basic Set command through the Z-Wave network. Available Parameters are; AS RECIEVED: If received command is ON, then final status is ON. If received command is OFF, then final status

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_20_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 1
Options AS RECEIVED (1)      
  IGNORE IF ON (2)      
  IGNORE IF OFF (3)      
  IGNORE (4)      

30: Overcurrent Level

Sets the current level above which the time spent above that level is measured. Defined value is divided by 100.

Property Value
Configuration ID config_30_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 4500
Default Value 4500

31: Overcurrent Time

Sets the time beyond which, in the case of overcurrent at a level higher than that established in parameter 30, an OverCurrent event occurs.

Property Value
Configuration ID config_31_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 10800
Default Value 10

32: Next State

Defines the next state of the device if an overcurrent event has occurred. Available Parameters: IGNORE - The device maintains the initial status. ON - If the initial status is OFF the system switches to ON; conversely, it maintains its statu

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_32_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options IGNORE (0)      
  ON (1)      
  OFF (2)      
  TOGGLE (3)      

33: Meter Reset

Provides total operating time from last meter reset. When set to 0 it resets the cumulative values of energy and total operating time.

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_33_4      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options Meter parameters, including total operating time, will be reset. (0)      
  Greater than 0 – IGNORE (The meter will not be reset.) (1)      

34: Energy flow

Determines whether energy events are related to energy consumed or energy produced. Available Parameters are: CONSUMED - Events will be active for Consumed energy flows to which the positive sign will be attributed. PRODUCED - Events will be

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_34_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 1
Options CONSUMED (1)      
  PRODUCED (2)      

35: UP Power Level

Sets the level of instantaneous power in Watts beyond which time of permanence above this level is calculated. 0 W - 11250 W Define level of instantaneous power.

Property Value
Configuration ID config_35_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 11250
Default Value 11250

36: UP Power Time

Sets the time in seconds beyond which, if instantaneous power remains at levels exceeding threshold defined by parameter 35, a UP Power event occurs. 0 sec - 10800 sec Define time parameter.

Property Value
Configuration ID config_36_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 10800
Default Value 10

37: UP Power State

Defines the next status of the device in the case of a UP Power event occurring. Available Parameters: IGNORE - The device maintains the initial status. ON - If the initial status is OFF the system switches to ON; conversely, it maintains its

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_37_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options IGNORE (0)      
  ON (1)      
  OFF (2)      
  TOGGLE (3)      

38: UP Power Associated

Sets the level of instantaneous power beyond which the time of permanence below this level is calculated. 0 - Associated devices are switched OFF. -1 - Associated devices are switched ON. 1 - 99 Set parameter for dimming purposes.

Property Value
Configuration ID config_38_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range -1 to 99
Default Value 0

39: DOWN Power Level

Sets the level of instantaneous power beyond which the time of permanence below this level is calculated. 0 W - 11250 W Define level of instantaneous power.

Property Value
Configuration ID config_39_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 11250
Default Value 0

40: DOWN Power Time

SSets the time beyond which, if instantaneous power remains at levels below threshold defined by parameter 39, a DOWN Power event occurs. 0 sec - 10800 sec. Define time parameter.

Property Value
Configuration ID config_40_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 10800
Default Value 10

41: DOWN Power State

Defines the next state of the device in the case of a DOWN Power event occurring. Available Parameters: IGNORE - The device maintains the initial status. ON - If the initial status is OFF the system switches to ON; conversely, it maintains it

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_41_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options IGNORE (0)      
  ON (1)      
  OFF (2)      
  TOGGLE (3)      

42: DOWN Power Associated

Defines the status of associated devices in the presence of a DOWN Power event. 0 - Associated devices are switched OFF. -1 - Associated devices are switched ON. 1 - 99 Set parameter for dimming purposes.

Property Value
Configuration ID config_42_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range -1 to 99
Default Value 0

43: DOWN Power Associated

Sets the energy level that once exceeded an Energy Limit event occurs. Available Range: 0 KWh - 2000000 KWh

Property Value
Configuration ID config_43_4
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 2000000
Default Value 2000000

44: Energy Limit State

Defines the next state of the device in the case of an Energy Limit event occurring. Available Parameters: IGNORE - The device maintains the initial status. ON - If the initial status is OFF the system switches to ON; conversely, it maintains

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_44_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options IGNORE (0)      
  ON (1)      
  OFF (2)      
  TOGGLE (3)      

45: Variation Instantaneous Power

Defines the percentage variation of instantaneous power determining the sending of the report. Available Range: 1 % - 100 %

Property Value
Configuration ID config_45_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 1 to 100
Default Value 10

46: Report Time Frequency

Defines the percentage variation of instantaneous power determining the sending of the report. Available Range: 1 min - 100 mins

Property Value
Configuration ID config_46_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 1 to 100
Default Value 10

47: Variation Total Energy

Defines the increase of total energy required to generate a report listing the level of total energy to the devices associated to the Energy Notification Group.

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_47_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 3
Options IGNORE: No report provided. (0)      
  No report provided. (1)      
  Report at 1 hundredth of KWh. (2)      
  Report at 1 tenth of KWh (3)      
  Report at 1 KWh (4)      

48: Nominal Voltage

Defines the nominal voltage value in tenths of volts. Together with parameter No. 49 this is used by the automatic notification system to send reports on variations of voltage. Available Range: 1100 v - 2500 v

Property Value
Configuration ID config_48_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 1100 to 2500
Default Value 2300

49: Fall In Maximum Voltage

Defines, as a percentage, the nominal value for permitted fall in maximum voltage. Available Range: 1 - 100%

Property Value
Configuration ID config_49_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 1 to 100
Default Value 10

50: Electric parameters subjected to automatic notification

Defines which electric parameters, other than power, will be subjected to automatic notification. The value to be set for this parameter must be calculated as the sum of values associated to the individual electric parameter: Power=0, Energy=2,

Property Value
Configuration ID config_50_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 62
Default Value 0

51: Voltage RMS value

Reading of this parameter returns the value of voltage RMS at the time of the reading expressed in tenths of Volts.

Property Value
Configuration ID config_51_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 65535
Default Value 0

52: Current RMS value

Returns the value of current RMS expressed in hundredths of Amperes.

Property Value
Configuration ID config_52_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 65535
Default Value 0

53: Power Factor

Returns the value of power factor as a percentage

Property Value
Configuration ID config_53_4
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 65535
Default Value 0

54: Total energy consumed

Returns the value of total energy consumed expressed in Wh (thousandths of KWh).

Property Value
Configuration ID config_54_4
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 65535
Default Value 0

55: Total energy produced

Returns the value of total energy consumed expressed in Wh (thousandths of KWh).

Property Value
Configuration ID config_55_4
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 65535
Default Value 0

60: Start-up status

Defines the status of the device following a restart.

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_60_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 3
Options ON: Device on (1)      
  OFF: Device off (2)      
  PREVIOUS STATUS: Status prior to restart (3)      

61: Configuration reset

Defines which parameters should be reset to default values.

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_61_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 3
Options FACTORY RESET: The device is reset to the original factory settings. (0)      
  ASSOCIATIONS RESET: All associations and only the associations are res (1)      
  CONFIGURATIONS RESET: The associations are maintained while all other (2)      
  IGNORE: No action is performed. (3)      

62: Type of external switch

Defines the type of external switch connected to the device.

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_62_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 3
Options IGNORE: The external switch is not connected or not present. (0)      
  BUTTON: The external switch is a normally open button. (1)      
  SWITCH: The external switch is a traditional switch. (2)      
  AUTOMATIC RECOGNITION: (3)      

63: Load Control

Defines the load control mode. Available Parameters are: 1 - DIRECT CONTROL The external load is controlled directly by the relay. Reference diagram local load control. 2 - The external load is controlled by a contactor that in a resting sta

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_63_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 1
Options DIRECT CONTROL (1)      
  CONTROL BY MEANS OF A CONTACTOR WITH NORMALLY OPEN COMMAND: (2)      
  CONTROL BY MEANS OF A CONTACTOR WITH NORMALLY CLOSED COMMAND: (3)      
  AS AN EXTERNAL INDICATOR: (4)      

1: Lifeline Group

Overview

Devices who will receive notification on: status changes; energy level and power;  local reset of the device

Received commands: Basic Report, Device Reset Locally Notification, Meter Report, Multilevel Sensor: Power Report

Property Value
Configuration ID group_1
Data Type TEXT
Range to

2: Up Power Level Group

Overview

Devices controlled from Up Power Event

Property Value
Configuration ID group_2
Data Type TEXT
Range to

3: Down Power Level Group

Overview

Devices controlled from Down Power Event

Property Value
Configuration ID group_3
Data Type TEXT
Range to

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