ZEN06 Smart Plug with 2 USB ports

This describes the Z-Wave device ZEN06, manufactured by Zooz with the thing type UID of zooz_zen06_00_000.

Smart Plug with 2 USB ports

Overview

Product features: 

  • Manual and remote on / off control 
  • Energy monitoring 
  • Scene inclusion for custom automation scenarios when included to a Z-Wave gateway controller 
  • LED indicator displaying Z-Wave signal strength and power usage 
  • Security enabled Z-Wave device with AES signal encryption (requires a security enabled gateway controller for full functionality) 
  • Z-Wave Plus with improved 500 chip for faster and safer wireless communication 
  • Built-in range extender for a stronger, more reliable network 
  • 2 USB charging ports for your smart phone or tablet (no Z-Wave functionality) 
  • Built-in overload protection in Z-Wave outlet and USB ports 

How to read LED indicator colors?

  • Burgundy = Smart Plug is off
  • Blue = 0 – 300 W
  • Cyan = 300 – 600 W
  • Green = 600 – 900 W
  • Yellow = 900 – 1200 W
  • Red = 1200 – 1500 W
  • Purple = 1500 – 1800 W
  • Purple blink = over 1800 W

How to test Z-Wave network range for my Smart Plug?

You can easily check if the Smart Plug is within your Z-Wave controller’s range.

Here is how:

Press and hold the Z-Wave button for 6 to 9 seconds until the LED indicator turns violet.

The LED indicator will then report signal strength.

  • Flashing green = direct communication with the primary controller is established and still being diagnosed
  • Solid green for 2 seconds = direct communication with the primary controller is stable
  • Flashing orange = direct communication with the primary controller is intermittent and being diagnosed
  • Solid orange = communication quality is fair
  • Solid red = communication with the primary controller has failed
  • Press and release the Z-Wave button to exit testing mode.

NOTE: This function may only be activated once the Smart Plug has been included to a ZWave network.

Channels

The following table summarises the channels available for the ZEN06 Smart Plug with 2 USB ports.

Channel Channel Id Channel Type UID Category Item Type
Switch switch_binary switch_binary Switch Switch
Scene Number scene_number scene_number   Number
Electric meter (volts) meter_voltage meter_voltage Energy Number
Electric meter (watts) meter_watts meter_watts Energy Number
Electric meter (kWh) meter_kwh meter_kwh Energy Number
Electric meter (amps) meter_current meter_current Energy Number
Reset Meter meter_reset meter_reset Energy Switch

Device Configuration

The following table provides a summary of the configuration parameters available in the ZEN06 Smart Plug with 2 USB ports. Detailed information on each parameter can be found below.

Parameter Description
20: Overload Protection turns relay off once voltage exceeds 16.5A for over 5 secs if enabled
21: On/Off Status Recovery After Power Failure Recovery state for power failure
24: On/Off Status Change Notifications Send notifications to associated devices
27: LED Indicator Control LED Indicator Control
151: Power Report Value Threshold Minimum change in watts to report
152: Power Report Percentage Threshold Minimum percentage change to report
171: Power Report Frequency How often to report power consumption (W) in secs
172: Energy Report Frequency How often to report energy usage (KWH) in secs
173: Voltage Report Frequency How often to report voltage (V) in secs
174: Electricity Report Frequency How often to report electrical current (A) in secs
1: Lifeline  

20: Overload Protection

turns relay off once voltage exceeds 16.5A for over 5 secs if enabled

Overview

We DO NOT recommend changing this parameter’s value as it may result in device damage and malfunction.

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_20_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 1
Options Disabled (0)      
  Enabled (1)      

21: On/Off Status Recovery After Power Failure

Recovery state for power failure

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_21_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options Previous setting (0)      
  ON (1)      
  OFF (2)      

24: On/Off Status Change Notifications

Send notifications to associated devices

Overview

Your Smart Plug will automatically send a notification to the controller and other associated devices if its status changes from on to off or the other way round. Choose when you want it to send the report.

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_24_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 1
Options Disabled (0)      
  Send any change (1)      
  Send manual changes (2)      

27: LED Indicator Control

LED Indicator Control

Property Value      
Configuration ID config_27_1      
Data Type INTEGER   Default Value 0
Options Display power consumption always (0)      
  Display power consumption at state change (1)      

151: Power Report Value Threshold

Minimum change in watts to report

Overview

Choose how you want your Smart Plug to report power consumption to your controller and associated devices.

The number entered as value corresponds to the number of Watts the appliance needs to go over for the change to be reported.

So if 50 Watts are entered by default, the smart plug will report any change in power usage over 50 Watts (whether it’s at least 50 Watts more or 50 Watts less compared to previous report).

Values: 0 – 65535;

0 – disabled (it will not report power consumption based on value change);

Property Value
Configuration ID config_151_2
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 65535
Default Value 50

152: Power Report Percentage Threshold

Minimum percentage change to report

Overview

Choose how you want your Smart Plug to report power consumption to your controller and associated devices by percentage rate.

The number entered as value corresponds to the percentage in power usage change the appliance needs to go over for the event to be reported.

So if 10% is entered by default, the Smart Plug will report any change in power consumption over 10% (whether it’s at least 10% more or 10% less power consumption compared to previous report).

Values: 0 – 255;

0 – disabled (it will not report power consumption based on percentage change);

Property Value
Configuration ID config_152_1
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 255
Default Value 10

171: Power Report Frequency

How often to report power consumption (W) in secs

Overview

Choose how often you want your Smart Plug to report power consumption (W) to your controller and associated device.

The number entered as value corresponds to the number of seconds.

So if 30 is entered by default, the Smart Plug will report power consumption every 30 seconds.

Values: 5 – 2678400;

0 – disabled (it will not report power consumption);

Property Value
Configuration ID config_171_4
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 2678400
Default Value 30

172: Energy Report Frequency

How often to report energy usage (KWH) in secs

Overview

Choose how often you want your Smart Plug to report energy usage (KWH) to your controller and associated device.

The number entered as value corresponds to the number of seconds.

So if 300 is entered by default, the smart plug will report energy usage every 300 seconds (5 minutes).

Values: 5 – 2678400;

0 – disabled (it will not report energy usage);

Property Value
Configuration ID config_172_4
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 2678400
Default Value 300

173: Voltage Report Frequency

How often to report voltage (V) in secs

Overview

Choose how often you want your Smart Plug to report voltage (V) to your controller and associated device.

The number entered as value corresponds to the number of seconds.

Values: 5 – 2678400;

0 – disabled

Property Value
Configuration ID config_173_4
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 2678400
Default Value 0

174: Electricity Report Frequency

How often to report electrical current (A) in secs

Overview

Choose how often you want your Smart Plug to report levels of electrical current (A) to your controller and associated device.

The number entered as value corresponds to the number of seconds.

Values: 5 – 2678400;

0 – disabled

Property Value
Configuration ID config_174_4
Data Type INTEGER
Range 0 to 2678400
Default Value 0

1: Lifeline

Property Value
Configuration ID group_1
Data Type TEXT
Range to

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