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Qubino Flush 1 Relay ZMNHAD2 Aus/NZ Frequency 921.42MHz

Qubino Flush 1 Relay ZMNHAD2 Aus/NZ Frequency 921.42MHz
The Qubino Flush 1 Relay is ideal as an electrical device switch for lights, fans, ovens, washing machines, irons, power sockets, garage doors, electric radiators, water heaters, etc. You can control it either remotely through the Z-Wave network or through wall switches. It also measures power consumption and supports the connection of a digital temperature sensor.

The Qubino Flush 1 Relay is ideal for remotely controlling and switching electrical devices (e.g. lights or fans).

The Qubino Flush 1 Relay can measure the power consumption of the connected electrical device and itself has an extremely low power consumption of just 0.4 W.

The Qubino Flush 1 Relay can operate across a wide temperature range, from a chilly -10˚C to a scorching 40˚C (14˚–104˚F). It supports the connection of a digital temperature sensor, which is also useful for creating complex scenes. Every device also acts as a repeater in order to improve the range and stability of the Z-Wave Network.

The simplest installation.
Extremely small size and a specially designed casing mean that connecting the device inside a flush mounting box is simplicity itself. The installation process, tested and approved by professional electricians, consists of just three simple steps:

1, Remove the switches from the box and disconnect the wires.
2, Connect the wires to the Qubino device and insert it in the box.
3, Fix the switches to the box.

Qubino devices are "install-and-forget" products. Our products are made to last, so we only select and use top-quality electronic components. Our devices are also the most tested Z-Wave microcontrollers on the market. The Slovenian Institute of Quality and Metrology (SIQ), an independent testing body, tests safety parameters including temperature rise, construction, insulation resistance, power consumption and overload in accordance with the EN 60669-2-1 standard.

Warning:
Danger of electrocution !
All works on the device may be performed only by a qualified and licensed electrician. Observe national regulations.
Even when the device is turned off, voltage may be present at its terminals. Any works introducing changes into the configuration of connections or the load must be always performed with disconnected voltage (disable the fuse).

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RRP:
NZ$ 129.00
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NZ$ 116.10
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Technical specifications

Electrical diagram 230VAC Electrical diagram 24VDC

Power supply 110 - 230 VAC ±10%
50/60Hz, (24-30 VDC)
Rated load current of AC output (resistive load)* 1 X 10A / 230 VAC
Rated load current of DC output (resistive load) 1 X 10A / 30 VDC
Output circuit power of AC output (resistive load) 2300 W (230 VAC)
Output circuit power of DC output (resistive load) 240 W (24 VDC)
Power measurement accuracy P = 5–50 W, +/-3 W
P > 50 W, +/-3%
Digital temperature sensor range
(sensor must be ordered separately)
-50° ~ +125°C
Operation temperature -10° ~ +40°C
Distance up to 30 m indoors
Dimensions (WxHxD) 41.8 x 36.8 x 15.4 mm
(packaging) (79x52x22 mm)
Weight (including packaging) 28 g (34 g)
Electricity consumption 0.4 W
For installation in boxes Ø ≥ 60 mm or 2M, depth ≥ 60 mm
Switching Relay

* In the case of loads other than resistive, pay attention to the value of cosφ and if necessary use a load lower than the rated load. Max current for cosφ = 0.4 is 3 A at 250 VAC, 3 A at 24 VDC L/R = 7 ms.

Setting Parameters

Parameter no. 1 – Input I1 switch type

Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):

  • default value 1
  • 0 - mono-stable switch type (push button)
  • 1 - bi-stable switch type

Parameter no. 2 & no. 3 – Input I2 & input I3 contact type

To Input I2 you can connect push button for scenes or any kind of binary sensor, like open door-window sensor.

Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):

  • default value 0
  • 0 - NO (normally open) input type
  • 1 - NC (normally close) input type

Parameter no. 11 - Automatic turning off output after set time

TVs, Hi-Fi systems and other home appliances have already integrated automatic turn off functionality, this device also offers this functionality. Automatic turning off function allows energy saving, without doing scenes on Z-Wave controller.

This function, for example also allows automatic re-locking door after defined time.

When Relay is ON it goes automatically OFF after time defined by this parameter. Timer is reset to zero each time the device receive ON command regardless from where it comes (push button, associated device, controller,..).

Available configuration parameters (data type is 2 Byte DEC):

  • Default value 0
  • 0 - Auto OFF disabled
  • 1 – 32535 = 1 second (0,01 s) – 32535 seconds (325,35 s) Auto OFF enabled with define time, step is 1 s or 10 ms according to parameter nr. 15

Parameter no. 12 - Automatic turning on output after set time

When Relay is OFF it goes automatically ON after time defined by this parameter. Timer is reset to zero each time the device receives OFF command regardless from where it comes (push button, associated device, controller, etc.).

Available configuration parameters (data type is 2 Byte DEC):

  • Default value 0
  • 0 - Auto ON disabled
  • 1 – 32535 = 1 second (0,01 s) – 32536 seconds (325,35 s) Auto ON enabled with define time, step is 1 s or 10 ms according to parameter nr. 15

Parameter no. 15 - Automatic turning off / on seconds or milliseconds selection

Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):

  • Default value 0
  • 0 – seconds selected
  • 1 – milliseconds selected

NOTE: Parameter is the same for turning OFF or ON.

Parameter no. 30 - Saving the state of the relay after a power failure

Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):

  • default value 0
  • 0 – Flush 1 Relay saves its state before power failure (it returns to the last position saved before a power failure)
  • 1 - Flush 1 Relay does not save the state after a power failure, it returns to "off" position.

Parameter no. 40 – Power reporting in Watts on power change

Set value means percentage, set value from 0 - 100 = 0 % - 100 %. Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):

  • default value 10 = 10 %
  • 0 – Reporting Disabled
  • 1 – 100 = 1 % - 100 % reporting enabled
    Power report is sent (pushed) only when actual power in Watts in real time changes for more than set percentage comparing to previous actual power in Watts, step is 1 %.

NOTE: If power changed is less than 1 W, the report is not sent (pushed), independent of percentage set.

Parameter no. 42 – Power reporting in Watts by time interval

Set value means time interval (0 – 32535) in seconds, when power report is sent. Available configuration parameters (data type is 2 Byte DEC):

  • default value 300 = 300 s
  • 0 – Reporting Disabled
  • 1 – 32535 = 1 second – 32535 seconds.
    Reporting enabled. Power report is sent with time interval set by entered value.

Parameter no. 63 – Output Switch selection

Set value means the type of the device that is connected to the output. The device type can be normally open (NO) or normally close (NC). Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):

  • default value 0
  • 0 - When system is turned off the output is 0V (NC).
  • 1 - When system is turned off the output is 230V or 24V (NO).

Binary switch and binary sensor I2 and I3 widgets are visible in the UI.

Disabled Endpoint I2 and I3
Widgets are not visible in the UI, only the binary switch widget is.

Parameter no. 100 & no. 101 – Enable / Disable Endpoints I2 & I3 or select Notification Type and Event

Enabling I2 & I3 means that Endpoint (I2 & I3) will be present on UI. Disabling it will result in hiding the endpoint according to the parameter set value. Additionally, a Notification Type and Event can be selected for the endpoint. Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):
Endpoint device type selection:
- notification sensor (1 - 6):
GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_NOTIFICATION,
SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOTIFICATION_SENSOR

  • default value 0
  • 1- Home Security; Motion Detection, unknown loc.
  • 2 – Carbon Monoxide; Carbon Monoxide detected, unknown location.
  • 3 – Carbon Dioxide; Carbon Dioxide detected, unknown location.
  • 4 – Water Alarm; Water Leak detected, unknown loc.
  • 5 – Heat Alarm; Overheat detected, unknown loc.
  • 6 - Smoke Alarm; Smoke detected, unknown loc.
  • 0 – Endpoint, I2 & I3 disabled

- sensor binary (9):
GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_BINARY,
SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOT_USED

  • 9 – Sensor binary

NOTE 1: After parameter change, first exclude device (without setting parameters to default value) then wait at least 30 s and then re-include the device!

NOTE 2: When the parameter is set to value 9 the notifications are sent to Home Security.

Temperature Sensor Setting

Parameter no. 110 – Temperature sensor offset settings

If the temperature sensor is connected to the device, the temperature sensor widget is shown automatically in UI (user interface).

If the measured temperature with an additional temperature measuring device is different from the one measured by the connected digital temperature sensor, the temperature can be compensated by this parameter.

Available configuration parameters (data type is 2 Byte DEC):

  • default value 32536
  • 32536 – offset is 0.0 °C
  • From 1 to 100 – value from 0.1 °C to 10.0 °C is added to actual measured temperature.
  • From 1001 to 1100 – value from -0.1 °C to -10.0 °C is subtracted to actual measured temperature.

Parameter no. 120 – Digital temperature sensor reporting

If digital temperature sensor is connected, device reports measured temperature on temperature change defined by this parameter.

Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):

  • default value 5 = 0.5 °C
  • 0 – Reporting disabled
  • 1- 127 = 0.1 °C – 12.7 °C, step is 0.1 °C

    Setting Parameters

    Parameter no. 1 – Input I1 switch type

    Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):

    • default value 1
    • 0 - mono-stable switch type (push button)
    • 1 - bi-stable switch type

    Parameter no. 2 & no. 3 – Input I2 & input I3 contact type

    To Input I2 you can connect push button for scenes or any kind of binary sensor, like open door-window sensor.

    Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):

    • default value 0
    • 0 - NO (normally open) input type
    • 1 - NC (normally close) input type

    Parameter no. 11 - Automatic turning off output after set time

    TVs, Hi-Fi systems and other home appliances have already integrated automatic turn off functionality, this device also offers this functionality. Automatic turning off function allows energy saving, without doing scenes on Z-Wave controller.

    This function, for example also allows automatic re-locking door after defined time.

    When Relay is ON it goes automatically OFF after time defined by this parameter. Timer is reset to zero each time the device receive ON command regardless from where it comes (push button, associated device, controller,..).

    Available configuration parameters (data type is 2 Byte DEC):

    • Default value 0
    • 0 - Auto OFF disabled
    • 1 – 32535 = 1 second (0,01 s) – 32535 seconds (325,35 s) Auto OFF enabled with define time, step is 1 s or 10 ms according to parameter nr. 15

    Parameter no. 12 - Automatic turning on output after set time

    When Relay is OFF it goes automatically ON after time defined by this parameter. Timer is reset to zero each time the device receives OFF command regardless from where it comes (push button, associated device, controller, etc.).

    Available configuration parameters (data type is 2 Byte DEC):

    • Default value 0
    • 0 - Auto ON disabled
    • 1 – 32535 = 1 second (0,01 s) – 32536 seconds (325,35 s) Auto ON enabled with define time, step is 1 s or 10 ms according to parameter nr. 15

    Parameter no. 15 - Automatic turning off / on seconds or milliseconds selection

    Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):

    • Default value 0
    • 0 – seconds selected
    • 1 – milliseconds selected

    NOTE: Parameter is the same for turning OFF or ON.

    Parameter no. 30 - Saving the state of the relay after a power failure

    Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):

    • default value 0
    • 0 – Flush 1 Relay saves its state before power failure (it returns to the last position saved before a power failure)
    • 1 - Flush 1 Relay does not save the state after a power failure, it returns to "off" position.

    Parameter no. 40 – Power reporting in Watts on power change

    Set value means percentage, set value from 0 - 100 = 0 % - 100 %. Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):

    • default value 10 = 10 %
    • 0 – Reporting Disabled
    • 1 – 100 = 1 % - 100 % reporting enabled
      Power report is sent (pushed) only when actual power in Watts in real time changes for more than set percentage comparing to previous actual power in Watts, step is 1 %.

    NOTE: If power changed is less than 1 W, the report is not sent (pushed), independent of percentage set.

    Parameter no. 42 – Power reporting in Watts by time interval

    Set value means time interval (0 – 32535) in seconds, when power report is sent. Available configuration parameters (data type is 2 Byte DEC):

    • default value 300 = 300 s
    • 0 – Reporting Disabled
    • 1 – 32535 = 1 second – 32535 seconds.
      Reporting enabled. Power report is sent with time interval set by entered value.

    Parameter no. 63 – Output Switch selection

    Set value means the type of the device that is connected to the output. The device type can be normally open (NO) or normally close (NC). Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):

    • default value 0
    • 0 - When system is turned off the output is 0V (NC).
    • 1 - When system is turned off the output is 230V or 24V (NO).

    Binary switch and binary sensor I2 and I3 widgets are visible in the UI.

    Disabled Endpoint I2 and I3
    Widgets are not visible in the UI, only the binary switch widget is.

    Parameter no. 100 & no. 101 – Enable / Disable Endpoints I2 & I3 or select Notification Type and Event

    Enabling I2 & I3 means that Endpoint (I2 & I3) will be present on UI. Disabling it will result in hiding the endpoint according to the parameter set value. Additionally, a Notification Type and Event can be selected for the endpoint. Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):
    Endpoint device type selection:
    - notification sensor (1 - 6):
    GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_NOTIFICATION,
    SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOTIFICATION_SENSOR

    • default value 0
    • 1- Home Security; Motion Detection, unknown loc.
    • 2 – Carbon Monoxide; Carbon Monoxide detected, unknown location.
    • 3 – Carbon Dioxide; Carbon Dioxide detected, unknown location.
    • 4 – Water Alarm; Water Leak detected, unknown loc.
    • 5 – Heat Alarm; Overheat detected, unknown loc.
    • 6 - Smoke Alarm; Smoke detected, unknown loc.
    • 0 – Endpoint, I2 & I3 disabled

    - sensor binary (9):
    GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_BINARY,
    SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOT_USED

    • 9 – Sensor binary

    NOTE 1: After parameter change, first exclude device (without setting parameters to default value) then wait at least 30 s and then re-include the device!

    NOTE 2: When the parameter is set to value 9 the notifications are sent to Home Security.

    Temperature Sensor Setting

    Parameter no. 110 – Temperature sensor offset settings

    If the temperature sensor is connected to the device, the temperature sensor widget is shown automatically in UI (user interface).

    If the measured temperature with an additional temperature measuring device is different from the one measured by the connected digital temperature sensor, the temperature can be compensated by this parameter.

    Available configuration parameters (data type is 2 Byte DEC):

    • default value 32536
    • 32536 – offset is 0.0 °C
    • From 1 to 100 – value from 0.1 °C to 10.0 °C is added to actual measured temperature.
    • From 1001 to 1100 – value from -0.1 °C to -10.0 °C is subtracted to actual measured temperature.

    Parameter no. 120 – Digital temperature sensor reporting

    If digital temperature sensor is connected, device reports measured temperature on temperature change defined by this parameter.

    Available configuration parameters (data type is 1 Byte DEC):

    • default value 5 = 0.5 °C
    • 0 – Reporting disabled
    • 1- 127 = 0.1 °C – 12.7 °C, step is 0.1 °C

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