ACT Homepro ZDW232

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Version Status Date Updated Updated By
710 According to category, Works without caveats 27th Jun 2010 Valent
810 P'n'P 20th July 2010 Purps
1004 Unknown N/A N/A
1204 Unknown N/A N/A
Usage Information
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Features

  • The ZDW232 is a single dimming receiver which controls the connected load ON/OFF and DIM/BRIGHT and also serves as a transmitter using multiple switch taps (controls one group of 5 Z-Wave modules).
  • ZDW232 replaces an existing wall switch.
  • ZDW232 can be programmed as a routing slave to establish firm signal routes and can be "associated" with other Z-wave devices in order to control them.
  • ZDW232 can be configured to Control Shades or Window Coverings via Z-Wave network.

Advanced Features

Here is how to Tweak advanced ZWave settings

  • Night Light
    • Parameter No: 3
    • Length: 1 Byte
    • Valid Values = 0 or 1 (default value is 0)
    • The LED on the ZDW232 will by default, turn ON when the load attached is turned ON. To make the LED turn ON when the load attached is turned OFF instead, set parameter 3 to a value of 1.
  • Invert Switch
    • Parameter No: 4
    • Length: 1 Byte
    • Valid Values = 0 or 1 (default value is 0)
    • To change the top of the switch to OFF and the bottom of the switch to ON, set parameter 4 to 1.
  • Set Ignore Start Level Bit When Transmitting Dim Commands
  • Suspend Group 4
  • Disable Group 4 During a Dim Command
  • Ignore Start Level When Receiving Dim Commands
  • Don’t Send Level Command After Transmitting Dim Commands
  • Adjusting Dim Rate
  • On/Off Command dim rate (excluding ALL ON/ALL OFF commands)
  • Enable Shade Control Group 2
  • Enable Shade Control Group 3
  • LED Transmission Indication

All these features are listed in installation manual

Caveats

Do not connect regulat CFL bulbs to this switch because if they aren't special dimmable CFL bulbs.

About

This is the 2-wire version, there is also a 3-wire version (ZDW230) available.

Links

Installation

Specification